Eureka High School - Eurekana Yearbook (Eureka, MO)
- Class of 1945
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In tlese days when things hap-
pen all too swiftly and friends
are scattered to the far corners
of the world, we hope that this
annual may tie togetwer your fond
memories of the days at Eureka High
School with a note of cheer and de-
limht. If, in the future, this
Rurekana of 1945, helps you to re-
call t h e many friendships armd
pleasant hagnnings during the years
at E. H. S., it will have fulfilled
its purpose. We sincerely hope you
will enjoy every page of it.
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We selected music as the theme
for this Eurekana of l945, because
we realize the important part it is
playing for many during tiese tense
Music has been an ever-present
but unnoticed factor in the livesof
everyone for centuries. From the
cheerful note of the song bird to
the inspiring melodies of the sym-
phonies, music plays its part in
life. From Chopin's symphonic works
to Benny Goodman's swing arrange-
ments, music holds its uplifting
effects. The lil ting sonrsno,the
A'Cappella Choir, the marching band
the violinist, the hot itrumpeter,
and the rich tones of the huge pipe
organ all create a certain feeling
within their listeners. Every kind
of music has an emotional effect on
the peosle who hear it.
Our servicemen overseas tell of
hearmg music from this country over
the radio during a few hnrs of rest
a wonderful sound to them and a
reminder of home. They also men-
tion how they enjoy hearing and
seeing radio and screen singers and
orchestras in the shows brought to
them from this country.
So to music, the accelator of
human emotions, the keynote of the
finer things of life, the cheerii
messenger to a saddened heart,we
dedicate this Eurekena of 1945.
Leslie K. Grimes, Ed. D.
Morgan Selvidge, M. S.
James Alexander, B. S. I
Ben Buddemeyer, M. A.
Virginia Atkisson, B. S.
Betty Griggs, B. S.
Eleanor Johnson, A. B.
Edna Lynch, B. S.
Frances Morgan, M. Ed.
Ethel Pierce, M. A.
Frances Roques, A. B.
Alice Turley, B. S.
Martha White, B. S.
Dorothy Williams, M. A.
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Mm came to grace Eureka's halls in 1941, a record breaking class
of 155 frightened freshmen. Greatly dub ous aid confused we wandered
about the seemingly endless halls and our faith in mankind suffered a
severe blow when upper classmen gave rather far-fetched instructions
to our timorous inquiries. we were pnlite those first days and
called our teachers Uma'amW and Wsirn and treated the upper classmen
with respect, but soon we became accustomed taour surroundings and
began to act Hnaturaln. Our class officers for that year were Paul
Fran sen, Robert Mertz, Darrell Dunham, and Ada Weber. In the fresh-
men vs. eighth grade game, we won by a comfortable margin.
One hundred and twenty-nine of us came back in September, 1942,
and we were still the largest class in school. We met early in the
year and elected as class officers, Preston Ward, Paul Frandsen,
Betty Frandsen, and Lester Kreig. Our- class basketball team was
developing and feeling its oats and in off-the-record games defeated
the juniors and lost to the seniors by a very close margin.
There were 105 of us when we returned in 1945, and after the
summer vacation, we were eager to begin what proved to be a busy and
exciting year. We chose as class officers, Roy Jaeger, Preston Ward,
Leonard Queathem, and Lynn Broemmelsick. we won both the junior-
senior baseball and basketball games, but we ended hostilities and
united with the seniors to form a basketball team which won second
place in the Ferguson Tournament. Our prom committee chose a circus
theme and transfonned the gym into a red and white streamered replica
of a big top for the most important social event, the prom.
We came back with our heads in the stratosphere in 1944, for
this year we were the alleimportant upper-crust, the sophisticated
seniors. Our number was greatly depleted because of the needs of the
army and navy, but what we lacked in quantity was more than made up
for in quality. We were on the beam when it came to selecting class
officers, for we elected lynn Broernmelb ick, Jack Wulfmeyer, Betty
Frandsen, and Jim Brundege. we were defeated by the juniors in the
junior-senior baseball game, but we retaliated by winning the basket-
ball game and almost before we were aware of it, the year had rolled
around and it was May. Everyone had a glorious time at the prom which
had a novel theme. Our last week is crammed with activity, on the
last Tuesday we take our final examinations, on Wednesday comes care-
free Senior Day, and finally Thursday, Graduation Day. We leave
looking ahead expectantly toward the future, but at the same time
feeling sincere regret at leaving Eureka's halls.
lynn Broemmelsick Jack Wulfmeyer
Sr. Class President Sr. Vice President
Prom Committee Student Council
One Act Plays CV. Presidentj
V. President Jr. Class Senior Play
Baseball Annual Staff
Basketball Bugle Staff
CCG-captainj Library Staff
La Verna Aplin
One Act Plays
One Act Plays
Hillsboro High School
Sr. Class Sec.
Sr. Prom Maid
Jr. Prom Maid
Soph. Class Treas
Prom Co mittee
One Act Plays
Sr. Class Trees.
One Act Plays
LaVerna Aplin is Mr. Grimes' secretary pro tem. Mrs. Bienmueller is taking a
much needed vacation. The members of the Advanced Secretarial Class have just
got her nerves on edge. She was on ithe verge of mental collapse. Roy Baker and
Bobby Wettschurack have established a Lonely Hearts Club. The membership is in-
creasing with each passing year. Edward Fick and Hilbert Steiner- are their two
most faithful members. They even have guarantees on membership. P.S. They oper-
ate at a profit. Laurene Bartold has been a traveling saleswoman for a few years
She has finally decided to settle down and never more roam and make Hog
Hollow her hone. Langford Brod is trying to convince all the little Hbrodiesil
that test tubes are much better playthings than dolls. lynn Brommelsick FREEZES
in summertime, too. Kathleen Bierbrauer that quiet girl who seldom said a word
is now a telephone operator. Jim Brundege is blowing his war to fame. Don't
get us wrong-we mean on his trumpet and not those corney jokes he tells. People
simply rave over Jean Heitman's and Virginia Buford's beautiful red locks, so
they got together and finally succeeded in concocting a dye which exactly matclfsd
their hair. Lyal Brommelsick went to vork in a shipyard, so he could find his
blood vessel. Loretta Bonacker, Georgia Edminston, and Viola Kaiser are still
blending their melodious voices. They are heard on the Hit Parade every Sat.
night and are eaqoected to arrive in Hollywood soon to replace the Andrew Sisters.
Eileen Crean started a very flourishing beauty salon at Byrnesville, Frances
Crean, that boy of sparsely spoken words, has blossomed into the limelight in
direct competition with Axrnnons- and Johnson. He keeps those hep cats hepl!!!
Virginia Daffron is employed by the author of the comic strip, "Smilin' Jack".
She creates all of his new characters. Betty Dittman and Richard are living on
a. dude ranch south of the border. Marian Deusinger is now waiting--on tables.
Darrel Dunham still has that inevitable nickname of Barrelhead. Ruth Eatherton
is posing for Esquire. That smile of hers really gets 'em. Shirley Fink is
that grade school teacher. Betty Frsndsen is a hostess on an American Airlines
Ship. In her spare moments she cooks for two. Byron thinks she's a swell cook,
she's experienced now, no more cuts and burns. Bernadette Godar is head nurse
at Missouri Baptist Hospital. She always did like to hold hands. Verna Jean
Godair is still running around jobless. She hasn't as yet acquired the ability
to apply for a position. Eugene Green does all his traveling in a helicopter-
much safer--no traffic cops. Donald Guibor ard Dona are raising canarias as a
hobby. Warren Glaser owns one of those new plastic cars. They aren't so "neat"
as he thought they'd be. He can't pull fast ones on the cops now. The speed-
ometer is in full view. Eilene Hammermeister has just completed a trip around
the world. From Paris and other ancient cities of reknowned importance , she
sends everyone a postcard saying, "Having a lovely time--wish you were here."
Girls! Girls! He1e's a fine opportunity. Last week we just heard that the
Hibler twins have established a snazzy little dress shoppe on Fifth Avenue.
Glenn Hoehne owns and operates a filling station dealing exclusively in Texaco.
Products on the new Alaskian ldghwq' . That man always- did get around. Betty
Hoeltge is Eurekats new Phy. Ed. Teacher. She always was good at sports. Roy
Jaeger is forward on the state championshi basketball team Jackie has practf-
ically ruined her voice yelling for him alf these years. Jacquel.ime Jennings is
an ace criminal lawyer. She solved one crime, "Who killed Cock Robin?" Don
King has surprised everyone by finally reaching the unbelievable height of S ft.
It must have been those vitamins!! Earlene Koester believes in the postoffice
motto, "Keep the Mails Moving." She delivers mail to those rural folks of the
big town of Chesterfield. Ig ster Krieg is a public accountant. He thanks Miss
White who steered him through his bookkeeping. He'1l never regret it--he just
loves figures! Thelma leuthauser is! a taxi cab driver. Eileen Litzsinger has
One Act Plays
Sec. Fr. Class
One Act Plays
Verna Jean Godair
One Act Plays
One Act Plays
City of Ladue
One Act Playa
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taken over Miss Johnson's job of teaching kids how to kiss. Virginia Lively has
enough younguns to keep E.H.S.
side. She's teaching them her
steam, steam, etc.n, and Verne
married her marine and new has
owns and operates a greenhouse
supplied in A and B teams and a few subs on the
favorite yell, uLooemotive, locomotive, steam,
Breeden is the caboose. Eleanor Maybach has
a bunch of little leatherneoks. Jeanette Mertz
in the suburbs of Clayton. She specializes in
tulips. Her business slogan, wwhat can be better than a pair of TULIPS to add
new beauty and luster to your home life?n Inez Mooney is manager of the Quiz
Kids Program. Brother! They really know their stuff. Phyllis Moore is doing
the 'hootchie kootchieu in her grass skirt at Swank's Night Club. She gives
weekly performances--she gets paid for it NOW. Helen Mraz is a manicurist at
the Susy-Q Beauty Salon. Hey! Look over there. It's a bird, it's a plane -----
it's ARNOLD NELSON. Russel and Maiine Niere are still living near each other.
Ruby Pemberton is a dressmaker--she was always pretty handy with a needle. Zella
Pemberton immediately deserted Crescent after graduation for bigger things. Irma
Poertner after lO years still hasn't found out where those 200 extra gas coupons
went to. Anita Poertner is that efficient stenographer down at St. Louis Co.
Bank. Leonard Queatbem raises chickens. He tells them all the latest feminine
gossip. It has boosted their morale so that he has been awarded the Army-Navy E
for egg production. Roberts Harrison still hasn't decided which one and afterlO
long years. Rather a long string of em, eh Roberta? Bette Mueller is a swim ing
teacher out in California. Fbr appointments como anytime between 3 and 4 in the
afternoon. Her slogan, SINK OR SWIM. Lucille Queathem is housemother at the
nurses quarter at Barnes Hospital. Helen Reed has just invented a new method of
shorthand with more shortcuts than Gregg ever dreamed of. Ruth Rosenbaum has
taken full charge of the cafeteria. Mrs. Mickel has retired. Kenneth Ruck is a
ndirt farmern in his own native Valley Park. Lydia Saak has finally changed her
last name. She get so irritated when some people called her Lydia SOCK that she
changed it to Dauster. Leons and Battlecreek have really had competition since
Clarice Schmidt established a reducing salon, where sho shows the girls
keep that figure. Audrey Jane Schulze drives her father's produce to the
in her spare moments. She prefers the little country roads though. She'
man writes up
at Small Arms
if the bullet
-just hates to see a stop-light changed in the middle of a street
has his name in history books as nThe Great Poet.n Leonard Seidob-
a special column in the Ellisville Reporter entitled, uwhat the W 1
Man Should Wear.n Bill Shotwell is an inspector of shotgun barrels
He stands in front of the gun to see whether the bullets come od:
they come out crooked, the gun gets thrown on the scrap pile: but
comes out straight, they throw Shotwell there. Jerry Shotwell
works at Small Arms too. But they don't have much trouble with him--he was alwqs
the quiet type. Louise Smallbrook has just completed another novel and it's a
KILLER DILLER! Join the Book of the Month Club if you care to read some more of
her selections, especially the one entitled My Days At Eureka. Bob Templeton mu
changed his name to Dagwood--more appropriate. 'Rudy7Walk3F'is the proprietor of
a small grocery store in Eureka--but he used to get into more trouble with the
O.P.A. He thought that a ceiling price was something they marked on the ceiling
Marcella Werner is posing for all those Drone shampoo ads that you see. Helen
Wendel is a Murray instructor. Helen, did Arthur teach you how???? Adele and
Emma May Wiseman have become partners in a very flourishing hat and bag shop .
You know the saying, nOld Bags must stick together.n Audrey Whittenberg has just
come to the cenclusion'that lipstick looks better on the lips than in the tube.
Jack Wulfmeyer is a first class cadet at West Point. Jack and Jane are living
a story book ending. You know, NAnd they lived happily ever after.n Virgil
Zinser runs a used car lot. '
And so--the seniors in 1955.
One Act Plays
Jr. Prom Committee
Sophomore Class Sec.
Bug le Staff
Glenn Hoehne Betty J. Hoeltge
One Act Plays
Jr. Prom Committee
Don Martin King
One Act Plays
President Jr. Class
One Act Plays
Student Council Pres
Earlene K oester
One Act Plays
Sr. Prom Maid
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. SENIOR CLASS WILL
Langford Bred wills his punctuality and efficiency to Reuben Junior Buzzard
who never seems to be at the right place at the right time. LaVerna Aplin wills
her nimble feet to Richard Bacon who does the Virginia Reel as gracefully as a
cow. We think Roy Baker should will his double-talk on the baseball field to
Tommy Marble, because if he doesn't will it to somebody pretty soon, we're afraid
he'll become a tobacco auctioneer. Laurene Bartold gives her little daily jaunt
to Dr. Drewel s to Joan Sellenrick and says that the exercise is wonderful as
well as the office practice. EmmayMay leaves her ability to worry and fret and
stew over her lessons to Melvin Walka who just never seems to get around to his.
Virginia Lively leaves Verne to any of the girls that want him. Line forms to
the right, gals. Jean Heitmann leaves her red hair to Peggy Ann Dodson: at least
it's natural. Lester Krieg leaves his tall and powerful frame to Verne Breeden.
Don King leaves his position at the bass drum to Shorty Lee. Shorty had better
eat Wheaties all summer, or he won't be able to give that explosive bomb effect
that Don did. Roberta Harrison leates her limp locks to Marie Woods and insists
that she give as much careful attention .to it as Roberta did. Audrey Schulze
would like to leave her size 4 gym shoJ 'to some deserving soul, because she
just bought them new this year. We think Tom Smith would be an appropriate can-
didate. She also leaves her uhomen in the office to Tom, but we want him to
understand it's the OUTER office and primarily for stenographic reasons. Bette
Mueller would like to leave her technique for obtaining unexcused absences to
Charles Hoger, although we don't see how his can be improved. We asked if She
wanted to leave her one-way ticket to California to anyone, but she said that
she intends to use it this summer. Otto Windecker might like to will his army
uniform to someone, but says he thinks maybe he'l1 keep it for a couple of month
just to try it for size. Virginia Buford wills her ability to blush at appro-
priate times to Wayne Clark although we don't think he can be embarrassed.am thai
it's hard to tell if he's blushing or not. Ruth Batherton leaves her feminine
charm and winning personality to anyone of the junior girls. We hope it becomes
them as well as it did Ruth. Verna Jean, although she hates to part with them,
wills her numerous neccentric family maid partsu to Mary Voss. Lyal Broemmelsidg
Miss Pierce's pet, leaves his daily delivery of typing paper to the mathematics
department to Henry Honigfort. Henry, if you can find out where Lyal buys all
this paper you're doing pretty good--Miss Pierce never did. Inez Mooney leaves
hor soft gentle voice and gentle manner to Libby Burdette. Miss Williams says
she would appreciate the exchange. Irma Poertner promised Miss Williams her
cheeks. Katie Bierbrauer leaves her Katie Hepburn features to Mary Honigfort.
Jim Brundege leaves his super ego to the nLittle Smithu so he can keep up with
Richard. Francis Crean leaves his lady-like gestures to Johnny White. Virginia
Daffron leaves her morning-after-the-night-before appearance to Mary Hepler so
the teachers can tell her from Anna! Because we always see Zella Pemberton with
a broad smile, she leaves it to William Young. Rudy Walker wills his flashy car
to Byron White. We think it would be a
Ruth Rosenbaum leaves her ability to get
to Junior Breeden whose life ambition is
good substitute for his dilapidated
and reserved mood to Jeanette Berry.
out of 3rd hour class to the cafeteria
to be the first one in line. Hilbert
Virgil Zinser leaves his quiet
Steiner wills his studious habits to Emil Luke. Audrey Whittenberg leaves her
positon as under-secretary for Bette Mueller to Delores Jaycox who would like
under Jackie Krummery. Adele Wissman leaves her technique in sewing
to June Stacy, who doesn't always get along real healthy in Home Ee. Marcella
Werner leaves her daily 4-mile hike to Carl Strieder. He could practice his
'track if he had that nlittlen walk each morning. Bob Templeton lggves school
with no more ado. He's taking Gloria and everything else with him. Warrpn Ghumn
leaves his knack for breaking his glasses to Charles Cruce. That gives you a
SO0d excuse for being absent for a couple of days, so Warren says. Jerry leaves
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his coal black hair to Don Dell. Leonard Seidelman leaves his well-dressed ap-
pearance to Roy Wirth. Ruby Pemberton leaves her soft gentle touch in the kit-
chen to Jackie Nichols. Betty Di tman wills her seat on the back of the bus to
Gardner Hauseman. He's been after t ever since he first came to school. Loretta
Bonacker leaves her ability to act the motherly typo to Myrtle Queathem. Lynn
Broemmelsick leaves his batting average to Kaye. Earlene Koester leaves her
paper route to her sister, Delores. Louise Smallbrook wills her ability to maka
up wonderful pantomines to Helen King. Helen Wendel wills her flashy earrings
to Jackie Kausch. Jackie Jennings wills her long red hair and ability to wear
slacks to Vera Baumer. Shirley Fink ---- sorry, girls she hasn't a thing to leave.
She's taking Fred with her. Helen Mraz leaves her long, long, "red" fingernails
to Lola Mae Kern. Georgia Edminston leaves her mellow voice to Miss Jump so
that one member of the Wil1iamrJump duet can sing. Eileen Litz leaves the field
for Don Dell clear for Dodson. Arnold Nelson wills his pleasant manner to
William Young. Eilene Hammermeister leaves her fondness for office work to Warnn
Guibor ---- who isn't interested in the commercial field. Glenn Hoehne leaves his
traditional wad of chewing gum to anyone who can chew three packs at a time. Klear
nor Maybach wills her ability to collect gossip to Sue Nommensen, that is for the
school paper. Leonard Queathem gives his positions as cheerleader to Freddy Ves-
per. It's a wonderhil position to be between two shapely gals if you can open
up a yell like Lennie's. Lucille Quaethem loaves her practice sets to any idiot
who is going to take bookkeeping. Helen Reed wills that plush-covered chair be-
hind a typewriter in the office to anyone that may work there next year. Lydia
Saak wills her slimness to Alma Storch. We think a compromise would be effective.
Earl Schuette leaves his seat right next to the door in literature class to Kaye
McDill so he can make it to the cafeteria in record time. Bill Shotwell leaves
Bernice Dahlke to Leroy Kindlesparger. Let's play cupid and revive an old love
interest. Anita Poertner wills her pep to Sue Clements. Jeanette Mertz gives
her big blue eyes to Charles Myers. Kenneth Ruck leaves his whiskery red face
to Mark Fogg. Jack Wulfmeyer wills one of his little Ford coupos to Norman
Rethmeier. We understand that Jane goes-along with the deal, but it's only tems
porary, until Jack graduates from West Point. Bob Wettschurack leaves his flashy
ensembles to Harry Gebhardt. Eileen Crean leaves her violin to Wanda Lee Payne.
We hope she takes as good care of it as Eileen did. Eileen never used it.
Marian Deusinger leaves he dimples to Ralph Jaeger. Edward Jick leaves his prdxy
rosy cheeks to Lucille Hathaway. Eugene Green wished to leave his rich baritone
voice to haunt the halls of E.H.S. on dark windy nights. Donald Guibor leaves
his fondness for tall women to Bobby Boohr, but prefers to keep one, Dona. '
- Betty Hooltge wills her good nature to Louise Bartold. Thelma Leut-
hauser leaves her ability to day-dream in class to Doris Olsen. Betty Frandsen
wills her petitness to Lorraine Russert. Marcedes and Marcella Hibler leave
their ability to dress alike to the Hepler twins. Viola Kaiser leaves her
shorthand ability to Olga Mae Farkas. Maxine Niere leaves her meek voice to Le-
Roy Kindlesparger. Russell Niere leaves Velma Oxford to E. H. S. Roy Jaeger
leaves his ingenuity in playing mean tricks to Charlie Krieg. He prefers not to
leave Jackie to the remaining wolves. Darrel Dunham leaves his weakness for save
ing cokes for teachers to Johnny Boll. Bernadette Godar leaves her bus route out
Clifty Creek Way to her sister Madonna. Madonna could also profit by her knack
for physics. Last of all the entire senior class wished to leave their faithful
sponsors, Williams, Pierce, and White to the junior class for next year.
The members of the class of 1945, having disposed of all that was disposable,
are now ready to take off unencumbered. We do hope that each of you who hasbwri
honored by one of these priceless gifts will cherish and keep it safe to pass on
to the students left in school at your graduation.
Clericc Rose Schmidt
Rudolph Walker, Jr
Audrey Jane Schulze Leonard Seidelmen Bill Shotwoll
Chesterfield Ellisville Ellisville
Jr. Prom Committee
Jr. Prom Maid
One Act Plays
Emma M y Wissmann
Editor of Annual
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livelier and more enjoyable play has seldom been produced at Eureka High School.
The cast of twelve seniors did a fine job of interpreting the parts given them,
several character parts were exceptionally well handled and the capacity audience
went into hysterics over Tommy's attempts to impersonate Cleopatra in a play she
had written for a contest. Aunt Cassie's love affair which becomes involved
with Cleota, the maid's, current romance, when the would-be suitor of both
turned up provided another source of amusement. Tommy had a hand in that plot,
too, as she is finally forced toconfess she wrote the Lonely Hearts, Inc. in
Cleota's name. Her efforts to help along her older sister's blighted romance
fall into the same general pattern of all her well-meaning blunderings, but
everything is finally straightened out. The Cleopatra play which was so roundly
denounced by Miss Lulu Thaxter, the devotee of culture, wins the award as a
ccxnic offering, not the tragedy it was intended to be, Flora lee is reconciled
with her sweetheart, and even Aunt Cassie, sourfaced and grim, perks up tenough
to save the doctor's practice by buying him a new hospital, so that the com-
plicated plots are eventually untangled leaving Tommy on top of the world and
ready for a new venture. Miss Eleanor Johnson, dramatics teacher, directed the
play. A most attractive set for the play was devised and the parting of t h e
curtains brought oh's and ah's as the stage was seen for the first time.
During the intermissions,music gruops under Miss Atkissons direction enter-
tained the audience. The senior class play, an annual event, is the method by
which the class raises the fund with which they bu their gift to the school.
The value to the students participating and the entertainment provided to the
audience are actually of greater importance. The Doctor Has A Daughter was suc-
cessful in every one of these respects.
Tommy ------ Audrey Jane Schulze
Dodo- ------ Eileen Iitzsinger
Cleota - ---- Verna Jean Godair
Mrs. Billings - - - Bernadette Godar
WDOCN Billings - - - Jack Wulfmeyer
Flora Lee Billings- - Ruth Eatherton
Chuck Hall ------- - Roy Jaeger
Lulu Thaxter- ---- - Jean Heitman
David Terrence- - lynn Brommelsi ck
Cassandra Thorn - - Loretta Bonacker
Ed Smith - - - ---- Lester Krieg
Mr. Coodle ----- - Jim Brundege
The senior commitee,selected from the home rooms,each having two represent-
atives, serves the senior class all year, as the group is vested with the powers
to make decisions for the class as a whole. They select the graduation invit-
ations, rings, graduation and baccalaurato speaker, chose class colors, mottq
and flowers. They consider suggestions for the class gift and make the final
decision. They make plans for the two senior assemblies and take care of
preparations for the senior picnic. All in all, our senior committee has a
responsible position and this year's committee has discharged its duties very
well. The president of the class, Roy Jaeger, usually met with the group which
was conposed of the following members: Ruth Eatherton, Jean Heitman, Marcella
Hibler, leon.-ard Quaetnam, Kenneth Rusk, and Donald Guibor.
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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
When we, as freshmen, started our high school career in the
fall of 1942, there were ninety eight of us, and we were as
energetic and peppy as any group in school. As our 01888
officers, we chose as president, Maxine McBride: vice-president
Doris Jaegerg and secretary-treasurer, Marilyn Loehr. Jo Ann
Ewen, Elizabeth Schaefer, and June Stacy were chosen to represent
our class on the Student Council, and our class sponsors were
Miss Ransom, Mrs. Roques, and Mr. Shipley. The freshman basket-
ball team defeated the eighth graders in the annual freshman-
eighth grade game, and as Freshies we had a record to be proud of.
In 1943, when we were sophomores, we chose as class officers:
Doris Jaeger, presidentg Rethal Shaw, vice-presidentg Gladys
Ayres, secretaryg and Melvin Walka, treasurer. Our represent-
atives to the Student Council were Jackie Krumrey, Elizabeth
Schaefer, and Wayne Clark. Class sponsers were Miss Morgan, Miss
Turley, and Miss Lynch.
In 1944, when we came back as juniors, we found that being
juniors was as good as we thought it would be. We elected four
boys as our class officers: Herbert McLain, president: Melvin
Walka, vice-president: Billy' Commack, secretary: and Robert
Koebel, treasurer, and chosen to represent our class on the
Student Council were Doris Jaeger, Jackie Krumrey, and Wayne
Clark. Miss Johnson, Miss Lynch, and Mr. Buddemoyer were our
home room sponsors. The first big event of the year was the
junior-senior baseball game, and the juniors won by a score of
3-2. In the annual junior-senior basketball game, we lost by one
point, 25-22. Under the direction of Miss Johnson, the juniors
p,.,,,nt,d 9, plgy 'Shiny Nose," and the talented cast made it a
huge success. Three of' the boys in our class, Melvin Walks. WWW
Clark, and Herbert McLain were on both the regular basketball and
baseball teams. We are very enthusiastically looking forvmrd to
next year when we will be seniors and the highest class in our
beloved Eureka High Sohool.
We are proud to mention Rethal Shaw and lbrley Hartzell, the
two boys who started out with us as freshmen who are now in the
armed service of our country.
MISS JOHNSON' S IDMEROOM
L. Jacob, J. White, N. Sellenriok, W. Clark, B. Comnaelc, M.
Mertz, B. Koebel, E. Were, A. Rednour, C. Hager.
Middle Rows ' ' '
L. Ihthaway, S. Glaser, M. Schlosser, L. Kemp, E. Kemp, D.
Strothkamp, V. Baumer, L. Kriokhahn, W. Guibor, L. Kindle-
E..9ohnson, D. McLain, A. Ruppel, J. Kausoh, O. Farkas, I.
Hoffman, T. Oxford, M. Moss.
MISS LYNCH' S HOMEROOM
Back Rows '
R. Smith, D. Sellenrick, N. Rethmeier, G. Hill, H. Honigforh
M. Dubbs, H. Glaser, R. Hellman, F. Voss, M. Fogg.
J. Pollard, J. Hageman, G. Ayres, E. Schaefer, C. Rasch, L.
Kern, M. Mertz, D. Jaeger.
L. Kraus, M. Loehr, I. Whitworth, M. Clements, V. Oxford, M.
Hunieutt, Miss Lynch.
MR. BUDDEMEYER' S HOMEROOM
Mr. Buddemeyer, J. Schimsa, W. Heidbrier, J. Boll, C.
Strieder, H. McLain, M. Walka, H. Lister, B. Devine.
Front Row: '
D. Jaycox, N, Grifford, M. Woods, M. Hudson, D. R, Ranch,
J. A. Ewen, J. Nichols, K. Hill, J. Sellenrick, R. Hall,
J. Krumrey, J. Berry.
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WShiny nose,W little Janey always seemed to have one-but later Janey goes
glamorous on her family and the sudden shock of purple lipstick and heavy powder
and upswept hair is almost too much for the family of the seventeen year old.
Helen, the spoiled older sister of Janey is a sophisticated young woman who has
a decided way with men, much to Zip's disgust. Zip the youngest of the Marble
children is in the Hsloppyn stage and thinks love is Hgooey.H Here are the
three about whom the action of HShiny Noseu centers, Janey, Helen, and Zip.
Their parents are often baffled by their offspring's strange actions, but
fortunately Mrs. Marble is level headed and keeps things under control.
George is Janey's-until Helen decides she wants him. As a football hero
and the idol of the campus, Helen finds him worthy of her efforts. Allen,
Helen's friend seems rather boring by contrast. Peggy and Madge are Zip and
Helen's friends. With Coach Jones, this completes the group assembled on Noveme
ber 21 to offer 0Shiny Noseu to two enthusiastic audiences.
The action of the play is concerned with the involved Nlove affairsv of
Janey and Helen. Janey's true love, George, is giving up his football Ncareer.H
much to the coach's CMelvin Walkal distress. As might be suspected Janey has a
hand in this decision. The dance which figures so prominently in the plans
of the two girls is a victory ball in honor of the football team. Naturally,
which of the girls, Helen or Janey, accompanies George Anderson is important
The many natural scenes between Zip and Peggy add to the entertainment value of
UShiny Nose.H Zip drapes a leg casually over the arm of the chair and begins
to explain to Janey Nhow to keep her mann-and the trouble begins.
Jeannette Berry as Zip, the unspoiled young sister and Marilyn Loehr as
Janey seemed too good to be true-they didn't have to act their parts-they were
the younger generation. Mary Eilene Nolte proved that she was well cast in the
sophisticated older sister role. Joe Schimsa and Dorothy Rose Rasch,as the par-
ents of this interesting brood, handled their parts extremely well as did George
and Allen-Robert Koebel and Herbert Mclain. The pleasant modern setting and the
enliveningly actions of Zip as she attempts to help Janey out of some of the
scrapes with which any normalnmiddle sistern can get herself provided several
hours of entertainment.
Miss Eleanor R. Johnson directed the well chosen cast and the juniorplay
WShiny Nosen proved unusually successful.
JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE
E. Lynch, D. Jaeger, O. M. Farkas, M. Mertz, M. Loehr, G. Ayers, J. Sellenrick
L. Kindlesparger, W. Guibor, H. Honigfort.
M. wana, H. Mclean
JUNIOR PLAY CAST
J. Berry, M. Hunicutt, M. Loehr, E. Jonnson, J. Ewen, D. R. Fasch, J. Schimsa
R. Koebel, H. McLain, M. Walks.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
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SOPHDMORE CLASS HISTORY
September 1945 brought a new class to Eureka. One hundred
thirty-nine students soon decided upon officers for our class .
The offices went to Freddy Vesper, president, Kaye McDi1l, vice-
president, and Bernice Dahlke, secretary-tnmsuror. Then one morn-
ing we elected our representatives to the Student Council. They
were James Frosel from Mr. Wheeler's homeroom, Fern Boewer from
Miss Grigg's homeroom, Joan Steekamp from Mrs. Roques homeroom,
later replaced by Louise Bartold, and Ruth Strothkamp of Miss
We were victorious in the freshman-eighth grade basketball
game during the first year.
The next year we came back with 112 members as sophomores.
This year we elected as our class officers, Walter Breeden, presif
dent, Verne Breeden, vice-president, Helen Stahl, secretary and
Tom Ruby treasurer.
We had new sponsors this year. Student Council members were
decided upon early in the year. They were Tom Ruby, Miss Grigg's
homeroom, Mary Lou Holiday, Miss Turley's homeroom, Clark Cosy
fI'9P1HC0d by Elsie FTPLIIGSGHQ, Mr. Alexander's homeroom, and Fern
Boewer, Miss Morgan's homeroom.
The sophcmore girls beat the freshman in a softball game
and the basketball squad which came out in second place in the
Pacific tournament was composed mainly of sophomores. Kaye
McDi1l, David McGraw, Walter Breeden, Verne Breeden, David Mum-
ford, Iragene lee, and Tom Smith were the members of the sopho-
more class who participated in the tourney.
Miss Mor-gan's Homeroom
Miss Morgan, V. Russert, G. Mertz, H. Mmell, T. Smith,
L. Causey, K. McDi11, C. Koester, W. Schweitzer, D Quaethem.
B. Sparec, M. Hecklemann, J. Muehlendyck, R. Strothkamp, L.
Eckelman, D. DeSa1me, H. hidgley, R. Lalk, D. Olsen, S. Weber,
Miss Tu.r1ey's Homeroom
I. Schaedler, J. roesel, N. Clamors, D. McGraw, D. Munford
B. Lowe, 0. Mertz. '
Miss Turley, H. Stahl, C. Rickard, M. Kreienkamp, A. Fick,
B. Todd, M. Lively, A. Langewisch, E. Peterson.
J. Zuber, M. Voss, M. L. Holladay, R. Schaedler, N. J. Jar-
vis, V. Paulding, A. Boyer, J. Kettering.
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THE SCHOOL AND THE WAR EFFORT IN 1944-5
Stamp and bond sales were held each week as has been the practice here ot
Eureka since the beginning of the war. Each Tuesday morning during the homeroom
period bonds and stamps were sold to students in their own homerooms. The h me-
rooms in which at least 90 per cent bought bonds or stamps during the month flew
a small American flag over their homeroom door. This encouraged more students
to take a greater interest in the weekly sales. I
The total number of sales during the year were t15,809.25, and the average
weakly sales amounted to 3550. '
Some students purchased stamps for friends and members of their families
and the school obtained credit for these sales.
School employees including teachers,cafeteria workers,janitors,buaJ drivers
and secretary contributed to the Red Cross during the drive held in March. The
contributions totaled 3185 ranging in amounts from Sl to 315 for an average of
34.70. The response to this drive was most gratifying.
The Student Council sponsored the United Nations Clothing Drive held dur-
ing the week of April 15 to 22. Students brought clothing from home and student
council members helped to take care ofihe clothing, pack and sort it. Churche s
in the nearby communities donated clothing, shoes, etc. to this drive. A11 in
all, it proved very successful and approximately 500 lbs. of clothing was col-
The purpose of this drive was to collect clothing which was not in use from
the people in the United States to be sent to the needly and deserving peoplecf
the war-torn countries of Europe.
A portable X-ray unit, -owned and operated by the Tuberculosis an Health
Society, was at our school January 24 to x-ray members of the junior and senior
classes and all personnel as part of the society's casefinding program.
Having as its objective the discovery of cases of tuberculosis in their
early, more easily cured stages, the X-ray program is one of the newest methods
put into operation by the society for the oontrol of this disease.
Members of the faculty enrolled for a Red Cross instructors' first aid
course and completed the practical course in January. A Red Cross home nursing
course was offered through the home economics department and many girls availed
themselves of this opportunity.
In this year of war, our school has S rved its community and nation in more
than the ordinary manner.
MISS GRIGG'S HOMEROOM
Back Rows -
Miss Griggs, B. Todd, I. lee, J. Hutchison, R. Quaethem,
R. Smith, S. Waddell, W. Breedcn, T. Bastean, O. Mertz,
R. Quaethem, T. Marble, J. Devine, H. St. Onge.
Front Rows A
L. Paffrath, L. Kajewicz, M. McKean, J. Duff, L. Hathaway,
D. Mitchell, A. Niebruegge, V. Singleton, A. Seeger, E.
Koester, B. Dahlke, N. J. Poertner
MB. ALEXANDER'S HOMEROOM
Mr. Alexander, J. Koebel, H. Krueger, R. Wallach, R.
Jaeger, V. Breeden, G. Ochs, R. Vesper, D. Motz, C.
A. Quaethem, J. Sontag, L. Bartold, M. Devine, M. Parks,
J. Stockamp, G. Mertz, D. Dalo, E. Frandsen, J. Schumann,
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
On September 5, 1944 the busses brought to Eureka High School
a new group of freshmen who were fresh from grade school and
young and bewildered. They had all been given handbooks and pre-
ceded madly through the halls absorbing information Cnet too
clearj from their books onthe way. The seniors with their in-
solent smirks jeered at them, feeling greatly superior, and it
must be added, a trifle old. The sight of so much youth and
freshness reminded them that their youthful days were flying past.
So, no doubt, about seventy-five per cent of their imp udenee was
due to jealousy. The freshmen, in the meantime were not too happy
in the situations in which they found themselves. The bells were
the most difficult of all and the urge to run when the telephone
rang was not unusual. However, after a few days, they became
accustomed to such things, and at the moment, a more intelligent
class of freshmen was never seen.
Madonna Godar and Eugene Sehrt, with clerinets, Emil L.
Wallach, baritone, Charles Fulcher and Elmer Koch, trombones, and
Dolores Henrioks, mellophone, Bob Hngemeier playing the bells end
Wilbert Vesper with his cornet are members of the Eureka School
There are three freshmen home rooms sponsored by Miss Jump,
Miss Atkisson and Mrs. Roques. Mary Lois Glaser, Peggy Ann Dodson
and Eugene Sehrt were elected to the Student Council.
The class officers area Charles Cruce, presidentg Eugene
Sehrt, vice-presidentg Charles Mach, socreteryg Harry Gobherdt,
0n March 28, the freshman gave an assembly which predicted
fine futures for rembers of their class, and the freshman of45
are already lookin? into the future when they step out of their
Wpesnut gallery seetsh to occupy proudly the section reserved for
the sophomore class.
NISS ATYISSON'S HOVEROOM
R. Wirth, F. Esstean, O.' McNamee, B. Mitchell, C. Wlscku,
E. Wallach, G. Nenetzke, L. Davis.
Middle Row: .
Miss Atkisson, M. Litzsinger, E. Devine, L. Darnell, R. Zipg
G. Koebel, D. Bittick, W. Vesper, H. Keune.
Fr A. Hagan, P. Dodson, A. Heathmen, D. Nickel, M. Godsr,
F. Kettenecker, P. Naness.
MRS. ROWUFS' HONFROON
Rv. Peckinpaugh, A'.Bonacker, R. Hsgemeier, A .schumgnnh
R. Wade, C.Winkle, G. Brown, K. Weber, C. Hudson, E. O'Brien.
Mrs. Roques, L. Corless, C. Arft, B. Brockman, S. Clements,
I. Etzold, M. Wolf, E. Jung, A. Knorr, V. Hoffmann.
H. King, M. Queathem, M. L. Glaser, F. Schoettler, A. Hepler,
B. Brown, M. Honigfort, E.gFeilner, A. Hoeltge.
MISS JUMP'S HOMEROOM
H. Gebhardt, R. Bolte, D. Wallace, G. Hausman, E. Sehrt,
D. Anten, M. Schaefer, M. Aselman, W. Mertz, J. White.
Middle Row: '
Miss Jump, B. Boehr, D. Kern, M. Motz, C. Fulcher, C. Wissner,
D. L. Mach, S. Nommenson, E. Koch, E. Leith, R. Buzzard.
M. Davis, M. Maness, R. Sprock, L. Russert, J. Hellwig,
J. Vaucher, A. Storch, E. Forhan, M. Hepler, D. Emht.
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The student council is, as the name implies, a council
composed of members of the student body. It is a democratic
group made up of certain students selected from the home
rooms. Each member has been selected by his hbme room as
the person most qualified to represent that room and the
one who knows what his home room members want. In the
council, the entire student body has representation. The
council acts on ideas, makes suggestions, and plans extra-
curricular activities. The representative acts on sugges-
tions of his home room or proposes plans to ity he also
reports what the student council has done of interest to
the students. Besides this, the student council has other
functions, developing spirit of cooperation and inltative,
and aiding the students to become better acquainted with
On September 20, 1944, the previously elected members
of the student council formally took the oath of office.
So began another chapter in the history of this organiza-
tion at Eureka High School. Its members are: Seniors,
Roy Jaeger, Jack Wulfmeyer, Audrey Jane Schulzeg Juniors,
Wayne Clark, Doris Jaeger, Jackie Krumreyg Sophomores, Tom
Ruby, Mary Lou Holladay, Elsie Frandseng Freshmen, Peggy
Ann Dodson, Eugene Sehrt, and Mary Lois Glaser. Miss
Frances Morgan and Morgan Selvidge are the sponsors of the
The student council officers received their official ap-
pointments and Roy Jaeger formally accepted the charge of
the council from Mr. Grimes. The other officers are: Vice
president, Jack Wulfmeyer, secretary, Wayne Clark, treasur-
er, Audrey Jane Schulze.
The council has this year been responsible for several
school parties, the Junior-Senior Christmas Party and the
track meet. The novelty of an outdoor party, and an after-
noon spent in watching students compete in the events of
the track meet made the final party an unusually successful
one. The council originated the new lost and found table
which displays a wide variety of owncrless articles. An-
other very useful activity was its sponsorship of the col-
lection of cleaning rags for the high school and used
clothes for the drive for clothing for foreign countries.
With the senior graduation of 1945 another year of the
student council will come to an end. This activity which
began such a few years ago has now put one more successful
year behind it.
STUDENT COUNCIL PICTURE
N. Broaden, Mr. Selvidge, E. Schrt.
R. Strothkamp, E. Frandsen, J. Krumroy, M. Glasen
R. Jaeger, Niss Morgan, J. Clark, J. Nulfmcyer,
A. J. Schulze, D. Jaeger, P. Dodson, H. L. Holla-
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EUREKA BASKETBALL TEAM OF 44-45
For Eureka, basketball is the greatest sports activities of the year. It is
always filled with thrills, excitement, and fun. The season was filled with glo-
rious battles, triumphs, and defeats. The boys that Coach Buddemeyer picked to
flash up and down the court played a hard game and were the best of sports.
Due to the ban on gas and tires, Coach Buddemeyer figured out a plan for
the boys to practice in the morning, before school, and during first period,
which would be a special gym class for team members only. It worked out all
right. Some of the boys got to second period classes a little late some times,
but this was overlooked, einen it was for basketball.
We had four lettermen back fromllast season, but we lest our star center,
Preston Ward, who moved to Springfield. His place was filled by a newcomer to
the squad, although not new to Eureka, Otto Windecker. He started out with the
makings of a fine center, but as luck' would have it, he was drafted. Coach
Buddemeyer then tried two or three other boys at the position, until the team
was well balanced.
The Ferguson tourney turned out rather sickening for our boys. They were
eliminated in their first game by only three points. They fought hard and were
upset by the close game. The best of sportsmanship prevailed throughout the
The toughest of luck was encountered in Eureka's league play this year. The
boys just couldn't get started. Most all the games lost were done so by six to
eight points. We did win enough games to finish seventh place in the county.
Two of the games we won were real thrillers, the kind of games that make Eureka's
basketball team what it is.
We must not forget about our gallant second team which won second place
in the Pacific tourney. They did well all season and are not to be forgotten,
they will form most of next year's team. We all wish them the best of luck
in bringing victory to our school next year.
To climax the season, we played Cleveland in the district tourney. We
lost the game, but Cleveland found Eureka a tough little team to oppose.
Roy Jaeger'receivod honorable mention on the county district all-starring
team, and was among the high scorers. All of our boys played fine ball during
the season and to us they are all stars. Even if our team did not finish in a
top position, Coach Buddemeyor and the boys are to be congratulated on the fine
sportsmanship and hard fought games which are typical of Eureka's teams.
Eaureka will lose three regulars this year, Jaeger, Broemmelsick and Brun-
dege. Otto Windecker, now in the armed forces, Rudy Walker, and Kenneth Rusk .
are other members of the team who graduate. Herbert McLain and David McGraw are
remaining to carry Eureka to victory next year with the help of promising meme
bers of the second team.
K. Buck, M. Walka, Coach Buddemeyer, W. Clark, H. McLain
J. Brundege,D. McGraw, R. Jaeger, R. Walker, L. Broemmelsick, K. McDi11
O. McNamee, B. Commack, W. Breeden, V. Breeden, T. Smith,
M. Walka, B. Devine.
I. Lee, R. Wallach, H. Lister, K. McDi11, D. Mumford, C. Mach, J. Schimea
SCHEDULE OF GAMES
Nov. 14 28 17
Nov. 16 51 16
Nov. 28 28 25
Dec. 5 29 54
Dec. 8 56 54
Dec. 12 48 54
Dec. 15 56 50
Dec. 19 52 25
Dec. 20 58 52
Jan. 5 27 19
Jan. 9 45 27
Jan. 12 51 58
Jan. 16 58 28
Jan..22 52 29
Jan. 50 58 29
Feb. 6 58 59
Feb. 9 60 42
Feb. 15 19 44
Feb. 20 68 25
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With seven letter men as a backbone, baseball started in full swing
with the first practice Marsh 26. Coach Buddemeyer was handicapped by
rain, and we didnft get much practice before our first game. We went to
Mehlville and played a close game. The diamond wasn't in very good condi-
tion and they nosed us out in the
Affton came here April 12, and'wQ had a field day. Lynn Brommelsiok
pitched a two-hit game. Firmin Voss and Lynn had a perfect day at
This combined with the excellent fielding of the other players gave
nine to nothing victory.
New that the team has gotten in stride,we hope to go through the
of the season undefeated.
Five boys are playing their last games for Eureka, and we will
them next season.
' Gene Hill
iPril 10 Mehlville
, 12 Affton
Ma? 1 Bayless
Roy Jaeger CCaptainJ
No school could ever have a very good basketball season if it didn't
have some one to pep up the players and boost the school's morale. Eureka
was fortunate peppy cheerleaders. The
this year in having three lusty,
teams, both A and B, had plenty of support from the student body.
In spite of the fact that there was an acute gas shortage, the
npeppersn were able to get ways to practically all the games. The boys
and the teams were thoughtful enough to help secure passage for the three.
Virginia, Lennie, and Betty were chosen by the students about the
first week of November after a contest in the gymnasium. There was some
NBH Team Tourney at Pacific Invitational Tournament Team
V. Breeden, W. Breeden, I. Lee,
K. McDi1l, Coach Buddemeyer.
C. Mach, D. McGraw, D. Mumford,
Cheerleaders Baseball Team.
B. Frandsen, L. Queathem, V. Lively Back Rows
B. Buddemeyer, H. McLain
Waddell, M. Walka, G. Hill,
K. McDi11, W. Glaser, V. Voss,
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R. Wallach, R. Baker, R. Jaege
Brocmmelsick, J. Shotwell,
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On Nove ber 17th the 1944445 athletic season officially opened. Tlme
event, a football match between the 5rd and 5th hour classes,resulted in an
unusual tie score--nothing to nothingi We are advised by J. M. Alexander,
director of Physical Education, that with the resumption of school activites
next fall a new football scheme will be inaugurated. It is designed to
accommodate the growing interest in this activity.
This yearfs basketball program included a number of games between the
III, IV, and V hour classes. Each of these classes had both a lst and 2nd
team. Following is a list of all star players featured in leading games
this season: L. Broemmelsick, G. Hoehne, E. Green, W. Glaser, F. Voss, B.
Wettschurack, C. Heger, L. Queathem. D. King, L. Broemmelsick, and R. B ar
deserve honorable mention as leaders in their respective classes. Below is
a list of the intramural basketball tournaments waged between the various
participating classes in last year s season:
Jan. 10 3rd - 4213 4th N 45 3m41st3 Feb. 7 ard - 4273 sth - 4153 - Qlsd
17 sth - 4143 4th - 4193-41sf3 14 era - 4143 sth - 4123 - 42mQ
24 ara - 4 83 4th - 4 73 42nd3 21 era - 4123 4th - 4 63 - 41s9
31 5th - 4203 4th - 42 3-42nd3
Mar. 7 are - 4133 4th 4 53 - 42nd3
14 5th - 4203 4th 4153 - 42na3
21 are - 4263 ssh 4113 - 41st3
28 sth - 4503 4th - 4113 - 4nx3
New and encouraging interest was shown in volley ball. Five intramural
games were played, the most outstanding of which heads the official list
Feb. 2 era - 4303 5th - 4303-41st3
9 4th - 4143 sth - C403-Klstl
16 3rd - 4513 4th - 4273-41st3
Mar. 2 4th - 4 73 sth - 4443 - 42na3
9 3rd - 4413 4th - C103 - 42nd3
A track program was inaugurated at E.H.S. for the first time this year
under the vigorous tutelage of J. M. Alexander! The pastime has become a
favorite in the past several months, and it is hoped that this interest will
continue. An elaborate sports schedule is being planned for next season, hi
which track is destined to play an even increasing role. This years program
includes the following meets:
Hancock vs. Eureka - April 6
Clayton Invitation - April 21
Interclass - May 2
Ferguson vs. Eureka - May lO
A broadened program of intramural sports activities is anticipated for
the future and soccer, football, and increased participation in track are
The freshman-sophomore softball game was the first of the season for
the girls. The sophomores won- the game and D. Olsen, A. Queathem, L.
Bartold, J. Muehlendyck, A. Rauscher, G. Mertz, C. Rickard, M. Voss, H.
Stahl, B. Dalke, and N. J. Jarvis made up the team.
In the junior-s nior game, the senior girls beat the juniors in a close
game. On the senior team were E. M. Wissmann, J. Jennings, A. Weber, Z.
Pemberton, G. Edminston, E. Crean, V. Kaiser, and Laurens Bartold.
Later in the season, the volley ball games were played between classes
with the fourth hour team as champions. Those on the team were J. Hellwig,
G. Koobel, D. Jaeger, D. Strothkamp, G. Ayres, A. Wirth, J. Hageman, J.
Sellenrick, N. J. Jarvis, H. Stahl, M. Krienkamp, G. Mertz, and L. Krickhaha
Rounding up the year's sports for the girls was the' junior-senior
basketball game. The seniors were victorious. R. Eatherton, K. Bierbrauer,
J. Heitman, J. Jennings, L. Bartold, L. Bonacker, B. Hoeltge, E. M. Wissman,
A. Weber, M. and M. Hiblor were members of the team.
WINNING BOYS' INTRAMURAL TEAMS
BASKETBALL - FIRST TEAM BASKETBALL - SECOND TEAM
Back Rows Back Row:
W. Glaser, E. Green, G. Hoehne T. Uhlemeyer, N. Rethmeier, R.
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and assemblies. Miss Johnson, as director, has been able to use all of her
dramatics students to an advantage. There have been several timely and enter-
taining assemblies and also the junior play, one acts, and the senior play. Of
course, as is usually the case, there were more girls taking courses in dra-
matics than boys, but talents were evenly distributed.
The major production of the year was the group of one acts, which require
considerable time and rehearsing, This -year the plays were unusually good.
They consisted of four plays: a tragedy, uThe Valiantng a fantasy, nThe Echong
nElmor,n a comedygand a farce, nThe Bride Wore Red Pajamas.u
The first of the four plays was nThe Echo,n an unusual play with a moun-
tain top for the setting. Three girls, after scaling a perilous cliff reach
the top where they sit and gossip about the fourth member until the victim of
their remarks reaches their party, when they tell her they have been discussing
her assets instead of her liabilities. While this two-faced talk is going on,
the moutain's echo rises from behind a boulder and tells the girls that all
her life she has done nothing except repeat the senseless nothings that people
say and that she was getting tirodlof it. The echo was portrayed by Roberta
Harrison, who did an excellent job. tThe four girls were played by Joan Heitman,
Maxine McBride, Bernadette Godar, and Jeanette Berry. All the girls were very
natural and at ease on the stage, in a setting which was unusual and very red
The second of the plays was nThe Valiant,n the story of a young prisoner
who is about to be executed for murder. While Dyke, the prisoner, is sitting in
the warden's office talking to the warden and to the priest, a young girl is
shown in.. She claims to be Dyke's sister and wants to get some information
about himself, but instead he tells a story of a young soldier he knew who died
valiantly while fighting for his country. Dyke sends the girl home with the im-
pression that hor brother had diodlan honorable death. When the priest takes
Dyke out of the wardon's office to the doeth chamber, Dyke finishes the poetry
that he and his sister repeated when they were children. By that, the audience
understands Dyke was really the girl's brother. Roy Jaeger gave an exdellent
portrayal of the prisoner. Eileen Litzsinger took the part of Dyke's sister
and the audience was impressed by her performance. The priest was played by
Lynn Broommelsick and the warden, by Wayne Clark: the boys gave excellent per-
formances. The two attendants of the warden were Lyal Broommolsick and Joseph
The third play was a very clever comedy entitled, nElmer.N Lennie Quea-
them did such an excellent job as nElmorn that people have dubbed him nElmer .'
Susan, the little girl who was run ever by hor older twin sisters, was portrayed
by Audrey Jane Schulze, and the twins were played by Mercedes and Marcella Hib-
ler, who fortunately are identical twins. La Verna Aplin was excellent in the
role of mother. Others in the play were Ruth Eatherton as Miss Pinney, Verna
Jean Godair as Fannie Belle, Byron White as Hubert, and Jim White as Russell
The last play was a sophisticated comedy entitled, 'The Bride Wore Red Pa-
jamas.n The action takes place in the wealthy Richter fami1y's living room.
Mrs. Richter was portrayed by Loretta Bonacker, who found it necessary to use
some of her famous ad libbing and did a professional job. Virginia Richter, who
was the modern young daughter in love with a newspaper man, was played by
ginia Lively. Benson, the butler, was played by Charles Myers. Lord Percy
ford, the outstanding character in the play, was played by Richard Smith, who
stepped into character easily. Billy Commack as the young romantic lead took
his part well and succeeded in preventing the marriage to bring a happy and
hilarious close to the program of one-act plays.
V. J. Godair, G. Ayres, A. J. Schulze, E. Crean, D. McLain, Z. Pemberton,
J. Kausch, D. Jaycox, E. Litzsinger, R. Harrison, J. Berry, M. Loehr.
B. Godar, V. Daffron, E. Hammermeister, J. Krumrey, J. Zubor, M. Hlbler ,
L. Smallbrock, A. Whittenburg, G. Edminston, J. Heitmann, E. Johnson,
Third Row: '
V. Lively, R. Pemberton, C. Schmidt, M. Hibler, R. Rosenbaum, R. Eatherton,
L. Bonacker, L. Krieg, L. Broom elsick, J. Sehimsa, R. Smith.
Fourth Row: '
L. Queathem, R. Jaeger, J. McKinney, W. Clark, E. Schuette, B. Commack,
B. White, B. Koebol, C. Myers, A. Nelson, H. Steiner, L. Broemmelsick.
Cast of The Bride Wore Red Pa amass
L. Fonacfer, V. Lively, B. Uommaok, C. Wars, R. Smith.
Cast of 222 Echo:
R. Harrison, J. Berry, B. Godar, M. McBride, J. Heitmann. -
Cast of The Valiant:
R. UESgSFT'3J'Sch1msa, w. Clark, R. Litzsinger, L. srosmmelsick,
Cast of Elmer:
L. Aplin, V. J. Godair, M. Hibler, R. Eatherton, M. Hibler, J. White,
L. Queathem, B. White, A. J. Schulze.
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We really started off with a BANG this year. we mean, of course, the clash
and bw! of 0Ym'D01s and drums and tooting of horns every sixth hour. We elected
as our officers for the year-Jim Brundege, presidentg Herb Mblain, vice presi-
dentg Don King, secretaryg and Jean Heitmann, treasurer. Under the capable
leadership of Miss Mary Virginia Atkisson, we wo ked out many new pieces.
we advanced quite a bit in ability and lisa this year. We gained about
nineteen new members, both high school and grade school, to the twenty-three
members we already had, making a total at the end of the year of forty-two .
Among our members were several very talented musicians. Most of these people
had an opportunity to display their talent in solos for some of the school pro-
grams. Individual instrumental numbers furnished the music between the acts of
the junior play on November 21, 1945.
Out of the band came the clarinet ensemble, a group which furnished part
of the music for the junior and senior plays.
Another group of musicians made up of band members was the brass ensemble
who furnished the music between the plays of the Program of One Acts, March 25.
Members of this ensemble were Jim- Brundege, Norman Rethmeier, Jqy Drewel, Gil-
bert Mertz, Emil luke Wallach, Leonard Jacobs, Elmer Keck, and Charles Fulcher.
A group originated and organized entirely by student members of the band
was the swing band. These people were mostly town students who met and prac-
ticed one night a week. They purchased a number of swing arrangements of cer-
rent hits which they played. When there was dancing in the gym at the noon hour
the swing band furnished the music for this dancing. The swing band appeared in
the Christmas assembly program of December 22, 1945, playing Nhhite Christmasn,
Nlet Me Love You Tonightn, and WJing1e Bell Jive,N
- To add zest and sparkle to a number of the pep assemblies the band rendered
so snappy marches. The band played eight numbers for their portion of the
music assembly on April 14 with the glee clubs giving the rest of th program.
The high light of the year was the band concert and operetta given April 6.
Girls of t e fifth hour glee club gave a satirical operetta entitled NThe Ladies
Aidn for the first portion of the program. The last part of the program was a
band concert. As the curtain opened tor the second part of the program, a very
sharp-looking band was revealed. The boys were all attired in suits and bow
ties. and the girls in suits and blouses. The concert was opened by the playing
of UAmericaU and concluded by the playing of the UStar Spangled Banner.N Num-
bers of the concert consisted. of various selections including a sousaphone,
trum et, and baritone solo with band accompaniment. Before the program the band
presented their director, Miss Atkisson, with a corsage and small gift as a
token of remembrance for her efforts. Those.who lettered in band were:
Jean Heitmann Kaye McDill
Rudy Walker Herb McLain
Don Martin King David Mumford
K. Hill, J. Hsitman, D. DeSalme
D. Mickel, J. Payne, A. M. Wade Sousaphones
L. King, C. Grimes, D. Bittick D. Mumford
D. Mitchell, R. Vesper, M. Godar PGrCUSSiOns
' W. Guibor, E. Sehrt, T. Smith H. Mclnin, B. Forsythe, W. lee
K. McDi1l, R. Walker I. lee, D. King
R. Harrison, R. Koch, R. Queathem Miss Atkisson
L. Jacobs, E, L,'Wa11ach D. Koch, J. Jefferies, C. Fulcher
Trumpetsg E. Koch
J. Brundege, N. Bothmeier, G. Mertz l H
J. Drewel, W. Vesper, D. Stout Bellsh
E. Shaw, M. Mertz R. Hagemeicr
Back row: W. Guibor, F. Vesper Director: Miss Atkiss n
Third Row: E. Sehrt, M. Godar Pianos Don Guibor
Second Rows R. Walker, D. Bittick
First Row: K. McDill, T. Smith A
R. Walker, W. Guibor, E. Sehrt, K. McDil1, J. Heitmann, H. McLain, I. lee, E. Koch,
D. Mumford, J. Brundege, D. Guibor, D. King.
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EUREKA SCHOOL BAND
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The choral music groups of Eureka High School met in two
'factions this year because the freshman groups, boys and girls,
began their musical education as a separate unit. The advanced
girls' glee club continued its work and members of the group
participated in numerous assemblies. Two groups sang carols at
the Christmas assembly, one of them carolling as the audience
came into the auditorium, the other singing carols as a part of
the program proper.
The music department presented an assembly composed partly
of choral numbers by the various groups, the freshman chorus of
boys, the chorus o' freshman girlsand the advanced girls chorus.
A selected group of girls from the advanced chorus sang several
songs at the baccalaureate services and still another group of
boys and girls gave its interpretation of the lovely ballad,
"Song of Tomorrow", at the graduation exercizes.
The advanced chorus presented as an assembly program, the
clever satirical operetta, "The Ladies Aid", The operetta was
offered again, as a portion of the evening concert given by the
music department. In addition to these departmental offerings,
there were many occasions at which the choral groups assisted in
assembly programs. During the freshman assembly, the entire
chorus sang several songs. The music for the assembly program
as a whole was usually prepared under the direction of Miss Mary
The freshman class in chorus is a new departure and on the
whole a very successful one, since many of the beginners plan
to continue their music as members of the advanced chorus of the
D. Wsllace, T. Uhlemeyer, C. Winkle, J. Boll, M. Aselmsn, C. Mack,
G. Hsusman, D. Antin, M. Schaefer, E. Sehrt, R. Wade, B. Mitchell,
H. Gebhardt, F. Basteen, O. McNamee, W. Mertz, R. Bolts.
M. Metz, A. Bonacker, E. Koch, G. Fulcher, L. Kindlsspavger,
K. Weber, G. Brown, R. Wirth, G. Msnetzke, L. Davis, D. Guibor,
M. Litzsinger, R. Hhgemeier, C. Hudson.
Third Rows V
R. Buzzard, A. Schuman, E. Obrien, R. Peckenpaugh, W. Vesper,
M. Wolff, B. Brockman, S. Clements, C. Wissner, I. Etzold,
S. Nom ensen, G. Koebel, J. Voucher, C. Kindlesparger, E. Leith,
H. Keune, B. Boehr, M. Atkisson.
M. Hepler, R. M. Zipp, R. M. Sprock, L. Russert, D. Nickel,
E. Forhan, L. Corless, J. He1lwig,,D. Bittick, A. Heathman, E. Jung,
Lo D8I'Il611, Ce Arft, Mo Davis, Fe Sh0Stt19rc
B. Mhness, E. Feilner, M. Hbnigfort, M. Godar, F. Kettenacher,
A. Knorr, B. Brown, A. Hepler, M. Meness, V. Hoffman, P. A. Dodson,
- M. L. Glaser, A. Hagan, H. King, A. Hoeltge.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
i Back Rows
H. Wendel, G. Ayres, J. A. Ewen, M. Parks, E. Schaefer, L. Krickhahn,
D. Mhch, L. Bartold, L. Eckelmann, J. Stockamp, A. Fick, M. Moss,
H' L. Hathaway.
Third Rows '
J. Pollard, D. Rausch, J. Nickels, L. Smallbrook, L. Benacker,
B. Dittman, D. Strothkamp, E. Cream, J. Sellenriek, G. Edminston,
P. Mcore, J. Kettering.
B. Heeltge, J. Sontag, H. Stahl, L. Bartold, G. Mertz, D. Dale,
, D. Jaeger, R. Harrison, M. Mertz, M. McKean, A. Seeger, M. Atkisson,
First Rows I
J. Krumrey, A. Schulze, M. Werner, J. Zubor, J. Schuman, M. Voss,
E. Litzsinger, D. Olsen, V. Kaiser, R. Strothkamp, C. Rickard,
FRFSH AN CHORUS
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Jean Heitman and her staff reporters met to check over what had happened
and what was about to happen, then wrote up the newsg the result, a column in
the Community Press which carried the ne s of the school's activities to th
various communities. The staff did a fine job in keeping the public informed
and we trust the same practice will be continued next year. The Community
Press kindly saved the required space and tm news was accurately reported and
printed. Many friends of the school were kept uin the known by this timely
service. In addition to Jean Heitmnn, the staff was composed of Doris Jaeger
Lester Krieg, Gladys Ayres, Melvin Walka, Elizabeth Schaefer, Betty Frandsen.
. EUREKA BUGLE
The Bugle came out monthly during the 1944-1945 school term and appar-
ently was eagerly awaited by the students whose frequent queries, 'When's th
Bugle coming eutn, kept the staff interested. The first semester, whatever
people were available or interested edited the paper. The small group which
met to edit the annudumn write the news undertook the job last semester.
The Christmas Bugle was as usual the work of the Ju ior English classa
and proved an ouddafor the varied talent in the class. There being no regula'
staffcf the paper, the commendation must ge simply to those who helped to pix
Bah it. Again the typists were provided by Miss Lynoh's class whoeutaxtyped
the copy, typed the stencils, and ran off the sheets.
, ' ANRUAL
Everyone seemed happy when the productaz ofthe annual became a certainy'
instead of a nmaybe.n Because Kenneth arks was able to get the :quired film
and because many of the large group pictures were provided for in the picture
contract, it was found possible to have the 1945 Eurokana. The interest evi-
denced in the making of the annual was obviously very real since more copies
of the Eurekana were sold in 1945 than in previous years.
Over half of the pages in the Eurekana were picture pages and that fad
alone made the annual more interesting especially since the pictures this year
Although Rm several years the annual has been produced stdout the assis-
tance of advertisements, iswas deemed Wise, t1ViGW of the considerably higher
costs, to ask tue cooperation of tuamerohants in the communities served by the
Eureka High School, and again the merchants were sufficiently interested in
the school and its activities to cooperate.
STAFF OF EUREKnNA
Editors Jean Hietman, Emma May Wiseman
Picture Editor Audrey Jane Schulze
Senior Reporter Inez Mooney
Junior Reporters Gladys Ayres, Elizabeth Schaefer
Freshman Reporters Sue Nommenson, Geraldine Koebel, Mary Honigfort
Art Editor Roberta Harrison
Feature Editors Virginia Lively, Leonard Queathem, Betty Frandsen
Photography Kenneth Marks, Jack Wulfmeyer
Business Manager Langford Bred
Assistants Lester Krieg
Arnold Nelson, Francis Crean Russell Nierc, Donald Guibor
In addition to these regular staff members, there are other students who
helped in the final production of the annual: Phyllis Moore, Eleanor Maybach,
and Jimmie Brundege and Melvin Walka solicited ads in their own communities.
The typists who were called in to type last minute materials were Viola Kaiser
Verna Jean Gedair, Helen Reed, Ruth Rosenbaum, and Bette Mueller to whom the
staff expressed appreciation for their painstaking offer ts.
The Eurekana staff is proud of this book and the editors and the staff
may well be commended for an excellent edition of the Eurekana.
BUGLE STAFF AND NEWS STAFF
Back: R. Harrison, P. hmere, E. Maybach, L. Queathom, L. Bred, J. Wulfmeyer
M. Walka, R. Crean, L. Krieg, J. Sellenrick, A. J. Schulze, M. Heningfort
Front: B. Frandsen, G. Ayres, B. Gedar, I. Mooney, J. Heitmann, E. M. Wissman,
V. Lively, E. Schaefer, G. Koebel, S. Nommensen, D. Jaeger.
Back: E. Litzsinger,.L. Queathem, L. Bred, J. Wulfmeyer, F. Crean, D. Guiber,
L. Krieg, M. Hgningfort.
Fronts R. Harrison, B. Frandsen, I. Mooney, J. Heitmann, E. M. Wiseman, V. Emi
G. Koebel, S. Nommensen, D. Jaeger, J. Sellenrick, A. J. Schulze.
A ww-QGSQ f VW +
BUGLE STAFF and NEWS STAFF
STAFF OF THF WUPFKANA
Lifting the anchor at eight fifteen, the seniors, faculty,
and Eureka School Board, with their dates set sail to the Junior
Prom. It was the gala event of the year, and the high spot of
the social life of the schoo1.pp . - 1 P
Formal invitations 'were sent to each guest and favors for
the girls were little sailors, The boys were favored with plasg
tic anchors on a key'chain, .These were verj appropriate-for the
theme ofthe setting. A I ' ' ' f - D
The gymnasium was Jdecorated as the deokl of a ship,. and
departing from the usual custom of placing the queen's throne at
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the east end of the gym, the juniors arranged it on the stage
with steps leading up.from the floor, The stage' thus formed a
cabin on the upper deck- of the liner and beoane an 'intricate
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part of the setting., In the northwest eornefg the orchestra was
arranged on'a butltup platform which was roped off from the rest
of the floor. In the southwest corner, Aseveral' smokestacks
stood. Between these, the anchor was hanging with. the rope
coiled taround the stake. The east and msouth 'sides were a
complete background of midnight blue sky ,with posts iset along
the'sido. Rope was strung from one post to another to keep the
dancers-from falling novorboard.'s- At the east end, the posts
and ropo met in the center forming the pigs of the shipg .The
pi1ot's wheel was -situated in the center, hand in the southeast
corner a life-boat was suspended on wires from tho, ceiling in
case of an unexpected emergency. A scalloped striped awning of
chartruse, scarlet, and white was hung over the entire deck, and
the brilliant striped ceiling effect was enchanting, especially
where the scalloped awning met the dark blue of the sky. Port-
holes lined the south and west walls--fish and marine flora were
glimpsed through the large openings, and the colorful underwater
scenes added to the beauty of the setting.
The climax of the shipboard dance was the crowning of the
queen of the Junior Prom of 1945. In an attractive white back-
ground, she took her place on the throne and was crowned queen
by Dr. Leslie K. Grimes, our superintendent. As is the usual
custom, Dr. Grimes danced the first dance with the new queen
when the orchestra resumed playing. Preceding the queen in
stately procession were the two other senior maids and the two
junior maids with their escorts.
Due to the war, there was no banquet held, but refreshments
were served by the freshmen girls. The juniors did a wonderful
job, and we can especially thank those who worked long and hard
on the decorating of the gym. Members of the prom committee
were Joan Sellenrick, Henry Hbnigfort, Warren Guibor, Doris
Jaeger, Herbert McLain, Mauree Mertz, Melvin Walka, Gladys
Ayres, Olga M e Farkas, M rilyn Loehr, and Leroy Kindlesparger.
Miss Edna Lynch assisted by the other junior sponsors, Miss
Eleanor Johnson and Mr. Ben Buddemeyer 'wus in charge of the
Queeri of the Junior Prom
BFTTY FRANDSEN VIRGINIA LIVFLY
DORIS JAEGFR JACKIE KRUMREY
The Advanced Secretarial Class, members of which took
their turns at helping with the office work, again proved one
of the most thoroughly satisfying classes in school. The
class, composed of students who have already completed their
required units in typing and shorthand, offers practical ap-
plication of the theory acquired in class periods. Many of
its students are now adept at taking dictation and transcrib-
ing their notes into letters which are to be mailed-nott:
be used for scratch paper as a completed class assignment.
Typing, filing, operating the mimeograph, copying records-
these are many of the duties of an office in which the girls
now have not only training but experience. Typing the paper
and the annual, typing and filing library cards, addressing
envelopes and postal cards, these are but several of the num-
erous additional ways the class has proved of service, and
every task has its practical side. General office routine,
office manners, a knowledge of their chosen field, its op-
portunities and its roquirements,are part of classroom study.
The students themselves are aware of the value of this
type of experience and the school is glad of the opportunity
to serve and at the same time be served by such efficient
secretaries. Certainly one of the best organized departments
of our high school is the commercial department with its of-
fering of typing, shorthand, business law and arithmetic,
general business, bookkeeping, and the advanced secretarial
class, and perhaps that is why so many students enroll in the
commercial' subjects and graduates s competentxznd efficient
members of the business world.
The library staff, chan at the beginning of the year
from students who evincedaan interest in the work, is another
group with a fine record of service. The student librarians
issue books, collect fines, check up on overdne books and in
general keep the library running. They are willing workers
and deserve credit for devoting their time to the needs of
their fellow students. Several of the librarians have be-
come expert at assisting the younger students in finding the
reference material they seek, and often the student can be
heard recommending a book for outside reading. Many of the
librarians serve year after year and continue to give the
task their very best effort.
H. Reed, L. Bonacker, R. Pemberton, E. M. Wissmann, V. Buford
L. Saak, R. Egtherton, B. Mueller, L. Bartold, R. Rosenbaum,
V. Bienmuellor, V. J. Godair.
I. Poertner, B. Frandsen, K. Bierbrauer, A. J. Schulze,
E. Hammermeister, Ag vmittenberg, M. Hibler,M.Hib1er,
J. Mertz, V. Kaiser, Miss Lynch.
L. Bred, K. Ruck, W. B eeden, L. Hathaway.
N. Grifford, B. Mueller, J. Heitman, E. Godar, M. Werner.
E Latzsinger, R. Scnaedler, J. Muohlendyck
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T0 OUR ADVERTISERS
The friendly cooperation displayed by
the businessmen of the community served by
Eureka High School has alvays been a source
of extreme satisfaction to the faculty and
student body. This year, no extensive solici-
tation for advertisements was possible because
of the war conditions, but students in the
various communities inquired of the local mer-
chants with splendid results. The staff urges
every tone vho reads this annual to patronize
its advertisers whenever possible. They have
cooperated with usg let us return the favor.
Again, me thank the merchants and organiza-
tions whose advertisements appear in the fol-
loving pages. '
wERRLE's Tom BOY STORE .... . . RALENIN,
THE ROCK HOUSE L1QUoR STORE. . . .RAL1w1N,
SURRAEERS FUNERAL HOME. . . . . RALIWIN,
ROY KRAUS ....... . .BALIlWIN,
SAUM I-IYBRIDS ..... . . .EUREKA,
UR. c. R. BECKMEYER. . . . . EUREKA,
A FRIEND ...... . .EUREKA,
CHARLES I. MCLAIN. . . . . EUREKA,
MARY FRIENDEWAID. . . . . . . . .FENTON DRUG STORE
EDITH VAN DOVER SHELL SERVICE..HI 50 FENTON,
BROWNIE MOTOR COMPANY. . . . . . . . FENTON,
DREAMLAND. . . . .BARRETT STATION AND MANCHESTER RDS.
ISABEL'S BEAUTY SHOP. . . . .CH STERFIElD,
JOHN J. RINKEL AND SON. . . . BELLEFONTAINE,
, JOHN DEERE
E. W. ZIERENBERG 8. SONS
Olive Street 8a Hog Hollow Roads
P. O. Chesterfield
Lalce, Mo. Phone Lalce 480
A Smile With Every Purchase
DR. l. E. DREWEL
DENTIST Walnut 7221
u I I I 'limes Beach A A Cu.32l6i'
SMITH'S TAVERN AND , . '
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V EUREKA. -NllSSOURi
Chicken and Steak
' Dinners ' - '
We Serve the Best Food
Dine U- Dance
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Home Killed Meats
I .Courteorrs Service-
Highway 40 8a 61 Lalce 332
C Chesterfield, Mo.
CERTIFIED TOM BOY STORE
Farmers 8: Merchants Banlc
".MEMBE,'s P Capital and Suroltis ?42,000
Phone, Lake 381
c. E. BROEMMELSICK, Prop
Sales and Service
Wrecker Service and Body Work
Official AAA BELLEFONTAINE, MO.
E. R. SUTTER
FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS
GLASER MERCANTILE CO.
Phone, Lake 430
Phone: Fenton 60
Highway Thirty Realty Co., Inc.
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
BETTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
BETTY HUNTER, Prop.
Cali or Phone for Appointme t
KOCH'S SERVICE STATION
Highway 66 and Central Avenue
PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR OIL
EUREKA, MISSOURI PHONE 2341 HERMAN KOCH' Prop. BOX 98
WHITE SOUIRREL TAVERN
Highway 66 and Central Avenue
SOFT DRINKS or ALL KINDS '
FRED C. HAGEMEISTER, Prop.
COMPLIMENTS - , 4 I A
' I PHONE EUREKA 2031
EUREKA VOL. FIRE DEPT. INC.
A FRIEND I Equipment Not For Hire
QF Membership Necessary
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Tomorrow May Be Too Late
SELECTED FOOD SALES
A EUREKA, Mo.
' Phone 2101 I
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A - Highway 40-61
Tires, Batteries, Assessories
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