Eureka High School - Eurekana Yearbook (Eureka, MO)

 - Class of 1948

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Glad that this sma.11 box was not too confidentlal and wantlng everyone to know about our "gems," we wrote of tlullling home runs, timely free throws, and speed records, of dramathatmadeuslaughandcry,ofmusic slow and fast, and of silver-tongued orators who spoke words of wisdom. This school year was one of happy combats pursued on the sports field and in the class- room, making both winner and loser richer ln- stead of poorer. It was a year so full that the problem of stor- ing everything was solved only when the menbers of the staff recommended that we present lt to you in the form of a treasure chest. Escficafion To you, Dr. Grimes and Mr. Selvidge, our leaders, we send the key to the E. H. S."Treasure Chestd' Wdthin this chestyou willfind the sincere and fervent thanks of a student body which realizes that under your leadership educational advantages in Eureka are increasing rapidly. Because of a job that is being well done, we are dedicating this book to you ln hopes that it will give you a small part of the recognition you so justly deserve. 'six IQ UQ rf Q e000 00 Q H L, 9 Z o 2 S tg . O O Z ' Q Page fhree Page Four sfaff Editor ......... ................ E ugene Sehrt Assistant Editor ................... Mary I-Ionigfort Artists ....... . JoAnnC1emens5 Joyce Ke:llgJoanMcKee Photographers .... ...... C harles Grimes, Duane Mickel Business Manager .................. Robert Broeker Sponsers ....... Mrs. Virginia Howard, Mr. Robert Turney Staff--Betty Sue Denison, Geraldine Eifert, Marilyn Franz, Mary Lois Glaser, Gardner Hausman, Helen Heidbrink, Joy Hellwlg, Geraldine Koebel, Jane Krausch, Carol Rivers, Edna Smith, Robert Stroth- kamp, Fred Wolf Salespeople--Kenneth Boewer, Iris Cash, Viola Claspille, Luther Collins , Betty Sue Denison, Joy Drewel, Margie Dunham, Don Farrier, Frank Frandsen, Mary Lois Glaser, Marilyn Green, Marian Held- berg, Helen Heidbrink, Joy Hellwig, Carol I-Ieith, Homer I-Iuskey, Betty Jones, Alice Kokesh, Jane Krausch, Shirley Murray, Elaine Neely, Robert Pahmeier, Anita Petry, Marcella Poertner, Charles Sanders, Harold Schnarr, John Tom Sheerin, Edna Smith, Elvin Sontag, Clarabel Stevens, Marlene Tllker, Shirley Van Bibber. C7012 tents ADMINISTRATION. . . . . 5 CLASSES ...... . . 11 Seniors .... . . 18 Juniors ..... . .22 Sophomores . . . .28 Freshmen .... . . 32 ACTIVITIES ...... . .37 Student Council. . . . .39 Athletics ..... . .40 Music ...... . . 46 Publications . . . .52 Dramatics . . . . .54 Miscellaneous . . . . .58 A DVERTISE MENTS 73 sae as ? .nip G xilinn 1 .. .x - WFWIKQ, , W5"""'1 'l'V"'4TZW!"" " TT "'T' "",,.fIjf', .' "V, KZ' , ' "W 'TU' ' ' ..- " , ,V l ',,.'73J,.1-. v., Fibwivl.-Tw 4 LU' r - OCUZ Second row: Superintendent Leslie K. Grimes, Oliver Kidd, Al W. Bush KTreasurerD First row: Emil L. Wallach fVice-Presidentj, Earl I. Cahoon, W. W. Maupin lPresidentJ and Robert T. Geggie Sec- retary. Dreams have been dreamed and plans have been made that Eureka Student might have educational advantages second to none. Most of these dreams an plans have originated in the minds of six men who, in their capacities as mem bers of the Board of Education, represent the district of Eureka. To them we are grateful for their interest in our welfare. f ?5f1g ,:, Huh 'A s Q ' j Ni l s d Page Seven J 2, wQ ',.-' Leslie K. Grimes Page Eight gg: Q-ufizminfsnclcnf Although we cannot fully realize the extent and importance of Dr. Grimes' responsibilities, we lmow that they are many and that it takes a capable person to handlethem. To view the results of Dr. Grimes' work, we merely look about us and see a school system that runs smoothly, with cooperation between student and teacher. He has not only conducted the school with careful thought for the present during the nine years he has been here, but he has constantly kept an eye to the future and the problems it may present. All this foretells even greater educa- tional opportunities for Eureka. XS X x gs., 92 'lx gsiirlma ,M Morgan Selvidge gifs fpzinatfzaf The many things which Mr. Selvidge has done for the school have made us realize that his first wish is to make it a happy place where we can work with pleasure. Foremost in his mind at all times has been the interests of the students, their likes and dislikes, and their many prob- lems which he has undertaken to help them solve. A success, such as Mr. Selvidge represents, certainly merits the sin- cere thanks of a grateful student body who appreciate the fact that he has added one more jewel to our treasure chest. Page Nine ,ag 1' W 15 A I 'DEP' -0" I his 41' ,, me XIV NE 1 ,.A,. x""" N 41" ,- r. in 5' vi . ,.A, I ' E .Q J -M'-w,,,..,, -4---u-,.,,,,, --..,. Xllll 1. fx 4 un ff' Oat ,441 LUCILLE ADAMS VIRGINIA HOWARD BETTY McDOWELL ROSE SHANIGHT Social Studies English Commerce Vocational Home Economicb BENJAMIN W. BUDDEMEYER ELEANOR JOHNSON ETHEL PIERCE ROBERT TURNEY Science and Mathematics English and Speech Mathematics Social Sludies and Science CLYDE GUENTHER SHIRLEY LISHEN VIVIAN POUNDS DOROTHY WILLIAMS Physical Fiducation Commerce Secretary Latin :md Englieh MARIE HARTTMAN EDNA LYNCH 'RANCIS ROQUES ELDON G POWELL Music Commerce Social Studies Itinerant and Ag Instructor Page fen Y R X OJ W'-ffm 6 S as 'os 4. Xas' Y S 5 I Glx V, X IF' XX I Lg gif alla 5 lllal V 9 .g, X I l 'Lf' SN .-xfi Q6 Q M Q I 2, M! X V x f V W ' lg , . l ji 'X + X X: K X X X " , L f- f 1113 . 11.1.1 11 1 11 ,1111 ' - , 11',...,:1, -17: ' ,- ' ' 1 '. ' ' .Z " ' H 3" K MJ' , M1 , 1 1,. , "., W 11111,, 1, 11 A - -- .1 1 1 !1"1 ' W W 'i1 51111---1,7 "K 'H-'11, "-fmt' H, H' ' ' 1 ' ' ...1111-1!! N! 1 v N N 1151!, 1,,! X W ,,T,v ,jr , ,,. 1 N Y I 41,1 W1111. X 1 Q 1 A , 1- . 4 1 1 '11 ' H" 'f!"'!' 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"' L": '.L"."'52"3V-- "Sim '77'T'1- -1" ' -T . 1 .1 ' I ,,, Q I. ,N --Mm 0 11- --111+ r -, 1 - .w 11 1 --aa.. 1 . 11111 Luau Vlce-President, Eugene Sehrt President, Charle Mach A , ii in f- , ., 114. I ' Treasurer, Joy Hellwlg 2 Secretary, Elsie Jung G , g-fig fl? Y, Q , Q . E it 1 v TREASURE CHEST O'F MEMORIES 1 ' Today our treasure chest of High School memories, ls full and to the brim, With thought to unpack and live again, Even when the past grows dim. We'd Find: The gem of bubbling laughter, Of hearts so happy and gay, The clear and crystal diamond of you That must take its fllng while lt may. The jewel of the shining worlds and e When dreams come into their own, The glorious days before the time, We face the world alone. The less brilliant stone of learning, Whlch now seems dull and cold, Will ln the days that are to comb, Bring forth a beauty untold. JUNIOR ' The rlch and solid stone of freedom, The uncaptlvated heart and mind, That through our lives like a string ol pearls, Has goodness and kindness entwlned. The host of friends that we have gained, ls by far the most priceless gem, And as we gaze into lts depths, my We find it mirrors them. And now we close thl trove of the past, And look forward to success, And to those to follow and those before, We give our hope and our best. yesr By CAROL RIVERS Sain,-etrlpygkrggh Vlce-President, Vice-President, Bm Mich Junior Krumery ' Pfnzzimfgir President, Darwin Kraus secffflfif 'rrggmpgr Y QQ!! Patsy Etzold The day was mxmber two,- The mmth was number nine. We were one-lmndred-twenty strong, And all were feeling fine. ln baseball we are terrlflcg In basketball sublime. In any kind of athletics, We're the best ln our time. Of brains we have a great amount ln Latin, Math, or tn the band. V We, all the way up the count, . Are the finest ln the land. SECT Vice- By FRED WOLF President, Bob Strothkamp ' FRESHMEN We are Sophomores In the future class of-flftyg We are very proud And think our clasp is nifty. When we were Freshmen, We were weak with fright: - I New we are Sophommes, A miracle overnight. We have now a year's experience With teachers, schedlles, and such, We have studied hard y And learned solvery much. Next we will be Juniors: Then Seniors and fun galore: But we wlll always remember Our life as a Sophomore. By IOHANNA HONDFORT etary-Treasurer, Martha Entherton President, Darrell Bussey We've finished our first year at old E. H. S.: We'l1 soon be ready for the second fl guessl. We worked, and we've had so much fun this year, And now Eureka to us is so dear. By BETTY SUE DENTSON 'm Page Thirteen fi I O- I Q' :Ya an iofc U' ,f ': gf Page Fourteen I an Oyiafo 'Ly On September 5, 1944, one hundred and seven "Green Freshies" peered out the bus windows for their first view of E. H. S. Although we were bewildered, we adjusted ourselves to our surroundings and settled down to a full year. We chose four boys as our officers: Charles Cruse, president, Eugene Sehrt, vice- presldentg Charles Mach, secretaryg and Hary Gebhardt, treasurer. To represent each of our home rooms on the student council we chose: Mary Lois Glaser, and Eu- gene Sehrt. In the annual basketball game between freshmen and the eighth-graders, we were victorious. In 1945 we returned to E. H. S. decreased in number to eighty-seven. But we were Sophomoresl Elections were soon cleared away, and we again chose a fine group of class officers. As president, we shoee Charles Mach, as vice-president, Charles Krieg, and as secretary-treasurer, Eugene Sehrt. Gardner Hausman, Lois Darnell, and Betty Heitman were chosen to represent us on the student council. As a Soph- omore Class, we provided several members for the basketball and track teams. In September of '46, seventy-three happy Juniors returned to the halls of Eureka High. We chose as our class officers: Charles Mach, president, Joy Hellwlg, secre- tary, and Dona Mach, treasurer. Our student council members were: Charles Cruse, Eugene Sehrt, a.nd Charles Krieg. In the J unior-Senior softball game, we lost to our elders. We presented "A Date With Judy," and we will always look upon this presentation with pride. Then came the event most highly anticipated, the prom, where Joy Hellwig and Dona Mach were our prom maids. Thus, a year of many happy events and hours spent together was drawn to a close. On September 2, 1947, we returned for the last time, sixty in number. For the executive positions, we selected: Charles Mach, president, Eugene Sehrt, vlce-pres- identg Elsie Jung, secretary, Joy Hellwlg, treasurer. To represent us on the student council we chose: Jack Perry, from Miss Pierce's home room, Charles Krieg, from Mr. Guenter'sg and Eugene Sehrt, from Mrs. Adam's. This year we won the Junior -Senior softball game and basketball game. As prom maids we chose, Imogene Etzold, Elsie Jung, and Dona Mach, three of our lovellest. The days passed swlftlyl Now that we have come to the time of graduation exer- cises, we are filled with conflicting emotions. We are anxious to complete high school and to enter upon a new llfeg yet, we are sorry to leave this school where we have worked and played for four years. Since time does not wait, we bid you "Adleu." :Senior Oqctiuiblaa Clarlbel Arft Glee Club '45, '46,'47,'46 Dramatlcs '46 Fashion Show'48 Mel Aselman Junior Prom Commlttee'47 Glee Club '45 One Acts '48 X Intramural Sports '45, '47, '48 Vera Belk Entered from Southwest High School '46 Office Staff '47, '48 Intramural Sports '47, '48 Doris Blttick Basketball Maid '47 Band '45, '46, '47, '48 Glee Club '45 Clarinet Ensemble '45 County Music Festival '46, '47, '48 Sprlng Concert '45, '46, '47, '48 Library Staff '48 Junlor Play '47 Fashion Play '47 G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 Intramural Sports '48 Robert Bolte Glee Club '45 Dramatlcs '48 Intramural Sports '48 Alvin Bonacker Glee Club '45, '46, '48 Intramural Sports '48 Betty Brockman Glee Club '45, '46 Fashion Show '48 G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 Office Staff '47 Betty Brown Library Staff '47 Glee Club '45, '46, '48 One Acts '48 G. A. A. '45, '46, '47, '48 Dan Burton Fashion Show '48 G. A. A. '45, '46, '47, '48 Intramural Sports '48 Office Staff '48 Bugle Staff '48 Annual Staff '48 Glee Club '45, '47 Lols Darnell G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 Student Council '46 Intramural Sports '48 Bugle Staff '48 Offlce Staff '48 Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Amee H Mlxed Chorus '48 All County Chorus '47, '48 Operetta '48 Music Festival '47, '48 Spring Concert '47, '48 Dramatlcs '48 G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 Marie Davis Junior Prom Committee '47 Fashion Show '48 Glee Club '45, '46, '47, '48 Dramatics '48 G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 Intramural Sports '46, '47, '48 Edward Devine Intramural Basketball '45, '46, '47, '48 Imtgene Etzold Home Room Secretary '46 Home Room Secretary-Treasurer '48 Senior Prom Mald '48 Library Staff '48 Glee Club '45, '46 Mlxed Chorus '46, '48 Spring Concert '47, '48 County Music Festival '47, '48 Operetta '48 County Chorus '48 One Acts '48 Dramatlcs '48 G. A. A. '47, '48 Intramural Sports '48 Charles Fulcher Bugle Staff '48 Glee Club '45, '48 Band '45, '46, '47, '46 Intramural Sports '45, '46, '47, '48 Senior Basketball Team '48 Entered from Conneant Lake High School HarrY Gebhardf Glee Club '47 Mlxed Chorus '47, '48 All County Chorus '48 Operetta '48 One Acts '48 Reuben Buzzard Home Room President '47, '48 Track '47, '48 One Acts '47 Junlor Softball Team '47 Senior Softball Team '48 Junior Basketball Team '47 Senior Basketball Team '48 Intramural Sports '45, '46, '47, '48 Lela Mae Corless Glee Club '45, '46, '47, '48 Home Room Treasurer '45 Junior Prom Committee '47 Bugle Staff '48 Library Staff '46 Junior Play '47 Dramatlcs '48 One Acts '48 Glee Club '45, '46 Track '45, '46, '47 Track Manager '48 Baseball Team '47 Basketball Manager '46, '47 Mary Lois Glaser Student Council '45 Home Room Secretary'47 Junior Prom Committee '47 Llbrary Staff '47 Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Mlxed Chorus Spring Concert '47, '48 G. A. A. '45, '46, '47, '48 Dramatlcs '48 Bob Hagemeier Glee Club '45 Orchestra '48 Mlxed Chorus '47 Band '45, '46, '47, '48 Band Librarian '46 Band Secreta.ry-Treasurer '46 Spring Concert '45, '46, '47, '48 County Music Festival '46, '47, '48 All County Band '48 One Acts '48 Gardner Hausman Student Council '46 Junlor Prom Committee '47 Junlor Play '47 Bugle Staff Editor '48 Annual Staff '48 News Staff '48 Oratory '48 St. Louis Teen Press Club '48 Glee Club '45, '46, '47, '48 Mlxed Chorus '46, '47, '48 Mlxed Chorus President '48 Spring Concert '46, '47, '48 All County Chorus '47, '48 Operetta '48 Track '45, '47, '48 Intramural Sports '45, '46, '47, '48 Betty Heltman Entered from Jennings High School Home Room Vlce-President '45, '47 Student Council Secretary '46 Shxdent Council Alternate '48 Junior Prom Committee '47 Honor Roll Glee Club '45, '46, '47, '48 Spring Concert '46, '48 Operetta '48 News Staff '48 Office Staff '48 Bugle Staff '48 Junior Class Play '47 Fashion Show '48 Dramatlcs '48 One Acts '48 G. A. A. '45, '48, '47, '48 Interscholastic Sports '45 Intramural Sports '45, '46, '47, '48 Page Fifteen Joy l-lellwtg Junior Class Secretary '47 Senior Class Treasurer '48 Home Room Secretary '47, '48 Most Popular Sophomore Girl '48 Junior Prom Mald '47 Junior Prom Committee '47 Annual Staff '48 Bugle Staff '48 Library Staff '48 Offlce Staff '47, '48 Junior Play '47 One Acts '48 Dramatics '48 Glee Club '45, '46 G. A. A. '48, '47, '48 Vlce-President of G. A. A. Intramural Sports '48 Doris Henrlcks Office Staff '48 Junlor Play '47 Orchestra -'48, '47, '48 Band '45, '46, '47, '48 Glee Club '45, '46, '47, '48 Spring Concert '45, '48, '47, '48 County Music Festival '46, '47, '48 G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 Intramural Sports '45, '48 Anna Hepler Honor Roll Fashion Show '48 Glee Club '45, '48, '47, '48 Mlxed Chorus '47 Dramatlcs '48 County Festival '47 G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 lntrammmal Sports '46, '47, '48 Mary l-lepler Honor Roll Fashion Show '48 Dramatlcs '48 Glee Club '45, '48, '47, '48 Mlxed Chorus '47 County Festival '47 G. A. A. '48, '47, '48 Intramural Sports '48, '47, '48 Audrey Hoeltge Glee Club '45, '48 Dramatlcs '48 Intramural Sports '47, '48 Fashion Show '48 G. A. A. '48, '47, '48 Vlolet Hoffman Honor Roll Office Staff '48 Fashion Show '48 Glee Club '45, '46, '47, '48 Mixed Chorus '46 County Festival '47 Dramatlcs '48 G. A. A. '47, '48 Intramural Sports '47, '48 Mary I-lontgfort Home Room Vlce-President '48 Home Room Treasurer '48 Office Staff '48 Annual Staff '45, '48 Assistant Editor of Annual Sta!! '48 Bugle Staff '45, '48 Junior Prom Committee '47 Page Sixteen Junior Play '47 Glee Club '45, '46 G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 Intramural Sports '46, '48 Carl Hudson One Acts '48 Glee Club '45 Elsie Jung Senior Class Secretary '48 Senior Committee '48 Senior Prom Maid '48 Junior Prom Committee '47 Officer Staff '48 Bugle Staff '48 One Acts '48 Glee Club '45, '48, '47 Mixed Chorus '48 Spring Concert '48, '47, '48 Operetta '48 County Music Festival '47 G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 Intramural Sports '48, '47, '48 James Jones Glee Club '45, '48 Int:ramm'al Sports '45, '48, '48 Don Lee Kern Intramural Sports '45, '46, '47, Junlor Softball Team '47 Senior Softball Team '48 Herman Keune Glee Club '45, '47 Intramural Sports '48 Home Room Treasurer '47, '48 Jean Lois Kilmer Home Room President '45 Library Staff '45 Glee Club '45, '48 Mlxed Chorus '47, '48 Spring Concert '47, '48 Operetta '45, '48 One Acts '48 Intramural Sports '45, '48, '47, -'48 '48 Freshman-Sophomore Softball Game '45 G. A. A. '48, '48 Vice-President of G. A. A. '48 Helen Klng Home Room President '45 Junior Play '47 One-Acts '48 Fashion Show '48 Glee Club '45, '46 Intramural Sports '47, '48 Geraldine Koebel Glee Club '45, '46 Dramatics '48 Fashion Show '48 G. A. A. '48, '47, '48 Annual Staff '48, '47, '48 Bugle Staff '45, '48 News Staff '48 Charles Krieg Class Vice-President '48, '47 Student Councll Repre entatlve Student Council President '48 Junior Prom Committee '47 Senior Committee '48 Junior Play '47 '47, '48 Bugle Staff '48 News Staff '48 Baseball '45, '46, '47, '48 Baseball Captain '47, '48 Track '47 Basketball '47, '48 Junior -Senior Softball Teams '47, '48 Donald Lichus Entered from Webster Groves I-llgh School '45 Home Room Vice-President '48 Student Council Alternate '47 Intramural Sports '48, '47, '48 Junior-Senior Softball Teams '47, '48 Charles Mach Freshman Class Secretary '45 Sophomore Class President '48 Junlor Class President '47 Senior Class President '48 Home Room President '48, '47, '48 Student Council Alternate '47 Junlor Prom Committee '47 Most Popular Sophomore Boy '48 Most Popular Junior Boy '47 Dramatlcs '48 Glee Club '45, '48 Mixed Chorus '48 Basketball Team '45, '46, '47, '48 Honorary Basketball Co-captain '47, '48 All Star South County League Basketball Team Baseball '48 Softball '47 Intramm-al Sports '45, '46 Dona Lou Mach Home Room Secreatry '45, '48 I-lome Room President '48 Student Council Alternate '45, '47 Junior Class Treasurer '47 Junior Prom Maid '47 Junior Prom Committee '47 Senlor Prom Mald '48 Most Pogular Girl '47 Llbrari ta!! '48 Honor oll Senior Committee '48 Dramatics '48 One. Acts '48 Glee Club '45, '46, '47 Mixed Chorus '48 Mlxed Chorus Vlce-President '48 Operetta '45, '48 Spring Concert '48, '47, '48 All County Chorus '47, '48 County Festival '47 G. A. A. '46 '47, '48 Intramural Sports '47, '48 George Manetzke Glee Club '45, '46 Basketball '45, '48, '47, '48 Intramural Sports '45, '48 Eddie Martin Entered from Pickneyvllle High School '48 One Acts '48 Intramural Sports '48 Wllbert Mertz Intramural Sports '48 Glee Club '45, '48, '47, '48 Mixed Chorus '48, '47, '48 All County Chorus '47 Operetta '48 Spring Concert '48, '47, '48 One Acts '48 Junior Prom Committee '47 Lavern Montgomery Glee Club '45 Myrtle Quaethem One Acts '48 Intramural Sports '45, '46, '47, '48 G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 Martin Motz Glee Club '45, '47 Intramural Sports '48 One Acts '47 Dorothy Nickel Glee Club '45, '46, '47, '48 Spring Concert '47, '48 Spring Festival '47, '48 Operetta '48 One Acts '48 Dramatics '48 Otfice Staff '48 Honor Roll Fashion Show '48 G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 G. A. A. President '48 Intramural Sports '46, '47, '48 Sue Nommenson Junior Play '47 Junior Prom Committee '47 Annual Staff '45 Bugle Staff '45, '47, '48 One Acts '48 G. A. A. '46, '47, '48 Glee Club '45, '46 Intramural Sports '47, '48 Home Room Secretary '45 Jack Perry Entered from Southwest High School '48 Student councn '48 Bugle stan -48 One Acts '48 Intramural Sports '46, '47, '48 Carol Rivers Entered from Spence Junior High School '46 Junior Prom Committee '47 Senior Committee '48 Junior Play '47 Dramatics '47 Bugle Staff '48 Annual Staff '48 Glee Club '47 Mixed Chorus '46, '48 County Concert '47, '48 Spring Concert '47, '48 County Music Festival '47, '48 Operetta '48 Intramural Sports '48 Melvin Schaefer Glee Club '45, '46 Mixed Chorus '46 Basketball '47 Intramural Sports '48 Florence Schoettler Office Staff '48 Fashion Show '48 Operetta '48 G ee Club '45, '46, '47,.'48 Mixed Chorus '46 Intramural Sports '47, '48 Eugene Sehrt Student Council '45, '47, '48 Class Officer '45, '46, '48 Prom Committee '47 Junior P135 '47 Annual S '46 '47, '48 Editor of Annual '48 Band '45, '46, '47, '48 Band President '48 All County Band '47, '48 County Music Festival '46, '47, '48 Spring Concert '46, '47, '48 Orchestra '48 Glee Club '45, '47 Mlxed Chorus '47, '48 Intramural Sports '47, '48 Wilbert Vesper Dramatics '48 One Acts '48 Band '45 '46 '47 Glee Club '45' Intramural Sports '45, '46 Emil Wallach One Acts '48 Glee Club '45, '46 Band '45, '46 Track '48 Intramural Sports '45, '46, '47, '48 Johnny White One Acts '48 Glee Club '45 Track '48 Intramural Football '48 Charles Winkle Entered from Kirkwood High School '45 Glee Club '45, '46 Intramural Sports '47, '48 Roy Wu-ut Glee Club '45, '46, '47, '48 Track '48 Intramural Sports '45, '48, '47, '48 Page Seventeen , Q55 5,6 all . , gm P 0 257 r 19 S1335 QQ K Nlfigf UA, I x , -of fa.: X R '- x www f' 4 f , 3 A-5 S Q A naar JQEFMRMQQ y Q :ffl bf f lq+53wyRF f A W ?WQwfWNgHkf5 1 Q55 .-AE3 f?e'gf3FM 1, 1 , . ,. , , , A . If 1 if I ,ff X 7 ff' 1,1 . I j 5 5 M - x I ,fly Q Page Eighteen Q2 X N , 2 'U' N '?1W'i C LARIBEL ARFT Reserved--Reticenb -Refined M EL ASELMAN Dark--Dlligenb -Dignlfled VERA BELK Gay- -Genlus- -Genlal DORIS BITTICK Band- -Busy--Bashful ROBERT BOLTE Tac lturn- -Thoughtful - -Temperate ALVIN BONAC KER Nonchalant- -Nlce- -Natural BETTY BROCKMAN Lithe - -Laughlng- - Lively B ETTE BROWN Adept- -Amiab1e- -Agreeable --an fti' DAN BURTON Amusing- -Athletic - -Amiable REUBEN BUZZARD Sports- -Speedy--Small LELA MAE CORLESS Noisy- -Neat- -Nlmble LOIS DARN E LL Sweet- -Smiling- -Sensible fx f- . A ,, , V3 , I I F ' ' X 4 , 11,155 ,' JE . ggi--'Eg EEHHH 5 -gfgwggywa ,agggg S.U5QQg4gfg? Q?-L.. 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MARY HONIG FORT Delicate - -Dellght!ul- -Darling Page Iwenty a Yr, gi- ".,, ' 'Lute " V Q --,...,::.- V .1 FN . - a A' N fl 358 CARL HUDSON Calm--Candid--Careful E LSIE JUNG Da.rk-Eyed- -Darling--Dainty DON KERN Dignified- -Deter mined- - Debonair HERMAN KEUNE Co-Operatlve--Calm--Capable I . ,.,., tenth '1'-""'Y J S n -'LR -A JEAN LOIS KILM ER Laughing - - Lively - - Likeable HELEN KING Peppy- -Pert - -Persistent GERALDINE KOEBEL Polite - -Polished--Poised C HARLES KRIEG Leader - -Llkeahle- -Little DON A LD LIC HIUS Mathematics- -Magnanim1s- -Mentality CHARLES MACH Whissell - -Witty - -Winning DONA LOU MACH Tall- -Talented--Tactful G EORGE MANETZKE Reserved- -Reasonable--Reliable s M' . . ., , , .1.,,.,,eg L F -, 4 gif .XM,3QyH,f 5 .Jw., M - ,,,A ,,,.. F Y .W 5 df , r. .- ' 4 :ref 3.1.3 ' - J .,,. ' 6 P E .. xr E . 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W e fggfa , xi .idx 1 I -"W Clara Ann Janelle Joan Jean LeRoy Earl Mertz Morris McKee Parks Peterson Rambaud Donald Pat Marie Peggy Francis Eugene Mertz Morris Nollman Paulding Poertner Reed S 4 Mildred Doroth Vicky Mary .Tune Leonard Mertz Mgtg O'Donne11 Payne Poertner Ries DeLoris Eugene Mary Reba Marcella Janice Miller Mueller Paffrath Pemberton Poertner Saa.k Donald Billie Beverly Dorothy Roy Jean Mitchell McCauley Parks Persson Poertner Saak Page Twenty-four it it , I B fm Q1 Q 5 ' Q Q 43 W' l ig -.1 wi. ,h y , asia 435953 A z ,-:E tam: Hr' Q' ' ' if .ii 4 'O W .6 E Melvin Saak Charles Sanders Kenneth Schaedler Flora Schmidt Ronald Schmidt we My 3 .,, In A . fag - Q .:'. ff ., J " A S 5, - X 1 f f GQ' f W? ' . Q5 4 l ' I lll T A ' 3 E z S'-aft i in zt, 1 , ' ff A , If If Oo, "'-' Y " E, . l ..: ., , h Yi is .lx s ' Z ff I - iff? ff? ' 'E' f .fa , .,t - ,E M K P ' P :" I 'R Q ' 5' - . ' qi: ,. 3 , , ' sxsg W 5 G 5 5 N "rf Q ,,.,, - ' Ns, 1,n S all ' S "5"' tl f'e 1 ' ' +R S M Q r a Q al F it it ta t 1 5 A Q V Q Q 1 A X L- , 2 f X , ykj In is Harold Helen Frank Henry Schnarr Stark Vehlwald Wirth Loretta Florence Roger Fred Schubel Steinert Vestal Wolf Alvin Harry Margaret Elsie Schulte Strothkamp Waddell Yates Elvin Marlene Edward Marvin Sontag Tilker Wendel Young Marilyn Dorothy Marilyn Spaulding Thorburg Winkle Page Twenty-f ive lk . LU7.LO'L iifqglbf Czgzaa C3HQ1foz9 On September 4, 1945, the halls of Eureka High School were invaded by one hundred seventy freshman of the Wgreenest variety." This class was the largest in the history of E. H. S. After a few weeks, we became accustomed to our surroundings and began to make rapid progress. To guide us over our rough spots, we chose Jmmlor Krumery, class president, Bob Frandsen, vice-president, Vic Cooper, secretary-treasurer. Wanda Arft, Leland Hagemeier, Junior Krumery, and Bob Frandsen were our student council representatives. When school opened again in September of '46, we still had with us one hundred eighteen of our original number. Since we were an alert class, we soon were taking part ln the many school activities. One big event of the year was the Freshman-Soph- omore basketball game in which we came out the victors. We elected responsible officers and were represented in the council by Shirly Kausch, Patsy Etzold, Jim DeSalme, and Fred Wolf. At the beglmxing of the school year of 1947, we returned as mighty Juniors, admired and envied by our underclassmen. We chose, to lead our class, Darwin Kraus, presi- dent, Harry Strothkamp, vice-president, Patsy Etzold, secretaryg and Mary Paffrath, treasurer. Jim DeSalme, Shirly Kausch, and Bob Frandsen were our student council representatives. Under the excellent supervision of Miss Johnson, our class play, "Don't Take My Penny," was a huge success. As this year rapidly draws to a close, we are eagerly anticipating our final year at dear old E. I-I. S. I Page Twenty s fx cgofzgomofca 4,52-Q 5 Q g IL..- Up, gl Clfaia Nm: g Oyiifozy G The evening of September 2 found the prospective students of E. H. S. making great preparations for their first appearance. We were beginning a new phase in our edu- cationalg and although we were at first confused, we soon became familiar with our new surroundings. As we were a progressive class, we made great advancement in our studies. For our officers, we chose the most capable of the group: Bill Mach, president, Joyce McGee, vice-president, Virginia Jaycox, secretary, and Rex Barnes, treasm-er. .Tohanna Honigfort, Clinton Estell, and Bill Mach were chosen as our representatives to the student council. A large majority of our class participated in the various activities of our school. On returning from our vacation in September 1947, there were only ninety-eight of us left. Since we were Sophomores, we did things in a more business-like manner than we had done when we were inexperienced freshmen. Elections were cleared away and the results showed that the Sophomore Class was able to select competent leaders Don Loehr was made president, Bill Mach, vice-president, Marilyn Green, secretary, and Warren Niederschimdt, treasurer. Our student council members were Joyce Mc- Gee, Marilyn Green, and James Martin. During the year our group participated to a large extent in the numerous activities of our school. Some of the things our group took part in were music, athletics, assembly dramatics, and the Future Homemaker's Club. We also had members on the office staff, library staff, and several of our group rnadethehonnrroU. We are looking forward with p183.S1I'6 to om' remaining years at Eureka High School. '00 Page fwenty seven at Q' K W' 975 M- T f 'D 1 - Qi ,gf . : 1 .M .,,, , A g as D l mO'1 C ' 'i i D C C I 2 V. . ,- K "1 .,.,5-e- . 3. H U' ,- -f .. . 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Page Thirty "lu 4 A -al an , 'A -1 - 'W iw James Martin Arthur Meier Rosemary Mertz ' 2 Daunel? Mickel Arlene Mueller il , 5 , "v 5 R ak ,wb E hi , 2 V W wwf sn 'N r"! x L-ju-F A ' A i: f lb g..l , " 1 R .nM 1 X I I I Myrtle Marcella Ruth McCoy Nledrlnghans Pemberton Joyce Shirley Anita McGee Nledringhaus Petry Anna Mae Warren Elizabeth McKeever Niederschmidt Rademacher Elaln Robert Heru'y Neely Pahmeier Rademacher Betty Riley Mary I o Nlckel Pemberton Radenmcher it 5 HA qxvmf 5553 Q .Magi .4 W xg, .5 5 v hr' , ! fi W , Antenna, W iw? .9 ,. we 4' Y k K WZ X Q lg: 1:-:px ' 4116. Donald Rasch Delores Rauscher Bill Rodgers .Terry Schmidt Norma Lee Schnapp 5 .. an . ace 'Q' . Irv-Tn 'my z 3 Q- 524 I vu' ,. 4, 'f . r, . 'f 1 '49 . ..v Agni? W T 1 i " if in mdk . S. gi X 2 Aileen Schneider Lillian Schoettler Shirley Schwend William Seeger Alfred Sellenrick 'Elie A V it ,1 55 f ,Q i f X f . gi 'er . Ifnn Q 1, X 4" . E lx W-sr ,J John Alfred Sheerin Wallach Doris James Sloan Walters Edna Alice Smith Watson Edgar Jimmie Stranz Webb Maurice Joan Vesper Whissell . 53 0 'I 'I .N J . 3 Mr ' ff 5 L 1- 1 ' ...,, . . S bv Q Q V xx 1 6' Q' ow , .l., x h vi' . ..f"' 5 : i"-: Mary Lou Whitworth Joan Williams Alfred Wissman 5. , ,fff MJ D 0615 5 J xv ef? .A ff? 1 ,f fflf X ffl I l ,14 X fx X Tw 49' WWW Cc S f Q C "' e Q 1' ' f , V 1 Q X M A ' fa X Q' -V A 1' e fif- IP Page Th irty-one if ,Q! x N AQ n-wmf 'X Y , W .9 rniq I Q tv 5 " 5'H '5 'Q .S F ser. ,as 1-,J -ev f t..- ' Y, i' f .. ?:7zgJL Y jd :vas F ht V14 I ' 5 7 - 5 ' ' - LJ ' ,fl ' -Q ,,,. X 1 Q I5 Y K H if .I A I ,ff addl ei gf , ananna F I . ,ET ,.,. Q WMM- X D N , ,V . x ,E 9 'Q 1 .'wl 'J b, f P I ., Eg vc ,, ll in 1 J it , f rx X A111 Q b f 5 C 1: .. W ur, ,Q 5 F 1 . F fr 1' + AM- . if: f B p , .... E W 3' K -,, 2 3 . X G A l 1 I I 'v A 5,4 . " V N A -f X In r K , If 'fe i s Q 'qs ":wgQ B 'I X V Q It H ,, U . 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Sig: F it vi A wr H.. 5- V my '.,,,, X5 L f -3 A ,M 'JI ,J " J .., , , 4 , e P 1 A A k K P S . , . ' ,V E J J L " " A A e N J if no 1 rm A ww: , at A , Q Fl 1' Saas: if f as .hu N ffm Y , X 4 I' 53" 4: f 4' if ' Wa A rf '41 ' Nw W 'Ns '---W F, V ,L . ,:. f-u .W . ' , '10 1 Y A ,, Q 'F' g I N .6 . g - K ws? ' L g x ' A A C B Q 9 4. sl, 'zu -.dw pw' I A ..., l ".,. 6 A - George Donald Krueger Merrick Dlck Billy Koch Merriman Patricia Darlene Lowe Mertz Delbert Murlen Martin Mertz Louise Peggy Mason Miller Ronald L Betty Mottert Montgomm'y ,-si., .P A S? Edward Morrill Jean Murray Shirley Murray Shirley Myers Leroy McGee Louis Nezzer e, 'gg .. ,, . ,t w ,...., , t e f s W1 fa. Doris N eldrlnghaus Orpha Paulding Arlene Pratt Roy Presley Donald Reed Robert in X505 ...fs 'H'-Q, .. N I. 3, . Vx I 3 ma . we mf -.ii QXK .fb fi L v ' R' , I Jerome Dale Rickard Donald Rldgley Eugene Russert Grace Saak Marilyn Jean S2PPiH810n Jeanne Schaedler Reed ...ful . I A . 1 4-1 it 1 is ' ' W . 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Q ' I y r volores Frank Isabel Sarah Jane Bob Arlene 0 Schaeffer Schneider Sloan Templeton Whitaker Young 4 'aul Eugene Louis Ethel Edward Lawrence Schmidt Schroeder Smith Thorburg Winkle Young losemary Marilyn Glen Shirley Erma Schimsa Schwend Sontag Van Bibber Wirth 'atsy Ray Clara Millie Lillie Schnapp Sehrt Stevens Wade Wirth 'lvian Allen Donald Anna Betty Lee Schrimper Sellenrick Stout Wayne Woolsey vlarlyn Jeannette Bob Paul Leanard Schott Sellenrick Strothkamp Werner Yates P086 TMP' U4 1' U6 'Z Ei ITZGJZ Ufaaa Oqiafo fa On September 2, 1947, one hundred thirty-seven boys and girls were starting to school again, not to the familiar class rooms they had left just a few months before, but to the strange and complicated maze of halls and classrooms of Eureka High School. We frightened freshman, after several days of wandering dazedly about the halls or into the wrong classrooms, finally got everything straightened out and settled down to our first year at Eureka. t To lead our class for the year, we chose capable Bob Strothkamp, and to assist him we chose fllttle ?J Darrell Bussey. To keep notes on all our meetings, we selected adorable Martha Eatherton. Jane Bryson, Virginia Henricks, Doris Belk, and Tony Jaeger were elected to represent us on the Student Council. . Several freshmen entered the band and orchestra, glee clubs, mixed chorus, and the G. A. A. Many were on the basketball, baseball, and track teams. Since we were especially interested in extra-curricular activities, many of us took part ln the Vesper Service, the Operetta, and the Spring Concert. Thus ends our year as freshmen--a notable year which everyone has enjoyed. 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V' 5 , we f,.f Back Row: Jim DeSalme, Eugene Sehrt Second Row: Mlss Dorothy Williams, James Martin, Anthony Jaeger, Charles Krieg, Bob Frandsen, Mr. Morgan Selvidge First Row: Virginia Henricks, Shirley Kausch, Joyce McGee, Mary Jane Bryson, Marilyn Green, Doris Belk Um Wakaw Each year, school reopens after a long and enjoyable summer vacation. M 4' There are many coming events and business matters to be taken care of through the approaching session of our learning institution. These business matters and transactions are capably handled by an advisory representative who is termed a student councilman. He receives this position by popular vote of the homeroom members. A Student filling this position must possess qualities of honesty, reliableness, and salesmanship. When a homeroom, as a group, selects such a representative, the members of the home-room cast their votes for the one who, they think, inthe most capable and most worthy of being their personal "go-between." In connection with the duties of a coun- cilman, it may easily be seen that honor and praise go to each student The student council as a body is made up of thirteen members, whose advertise coming events, sponsor school parties, and command the bus entire student body. As the school year draws to a close we can judge the importance of councilman. task it is to iness of the the student council by the success of the school's activities and all of its undertakings. Because of the fine organization that you are, we salute you for your diligent work and this year's accomplishments. Page Thirty-nine Qadfwze Here is a story from our "treasure chest" that recalls many an exciting moment at Eureka this year. The crowd is drifting in. Both teams are practicing free throws. There's the horn! The time has arrived for the first game of the doubleheader basketball game. The whistle is blown by the referee, as he walks toward the center of the floor, with the ball held tightly under one of his arms. The players have lined up, the ball is tossed, and the game is on with lots of pep and fire. The cheer leaders give rousing yells every few minutes to let the boys know that the crowd in the stands is behind them. Our boys are out in front, and suddenly the horn blows indicating that the half has been reached. As the "B" team under the direction of Coach Guenther retires to the locker -room, the "A" team comes out to shoot baskets. The Coach soon finishes with his instruc- tions, and the "A" boys return to their bench as the "B" team proceeds to win a well-played game. The "B" team played splendid ball all through the season, and with two members back in the line-up from last year, they went through the season with a record of fourteen victories and six defeats, scoring a total of 670 points. They also won a third place trophy in the basketball tourna- ment at Pacific. Eureka 28. . 37 46 23 Pacific. . . . . . . Bayless . . . . . . Eugene Coyle Opponent Eureka Opponent Washington. . Eugene Coyle Pacific . . . . St. Charles. . . St. Clair . . . 21. . Herculaneum. . . Pacific . . . . 29 Hancock ...... Hancock .... 37 Union ........ Valley Park . 33 Valley Park . . . Mehlville. . . 28 Affton ..... Bayless .... 21 Mehlville ..... Affton ..... fj- ff 1" If Page Forty Back Row: Coach Clyde H. Guenther, Robert Pahmeier, William .fl ,X X We Mach, Luther Collins, Alfred Sellenrick, Donald Loehr, Reuben Buzzard Kmanagerj Front Row: I oy Drewel, Roy Collett, Alfred Wallach, Robert Stroth- kamp, Kenneth Boewer 0 .V N 744 Ewwda. Wzldcaa Back Row Coach Clyde H Guenther, Harry Strothkamp, James DeSalme, Clement Hatz, Edward Dubbs, Charles Mach tC.l, George Manetzke Harry Gebhardt fManagerJ Front Row Danny Burton Darwin Kraus, Charles Krieg, Fred Wolf, fy- .Tohn Krumrey lf lv 0 lk, ,,r 7 'qty ff' 32:-"' l 'The "B" team has retired to the showers as the big game of the evening is about to fcommence. Everyone is tense, awaiting the buzzer that will indicate the beginning of action. The five 'starters' gather on the side of the gym, and as they hold each others hands they are given a final reassuring pep talk by Coach Guenther. There is the whistle, and the game is under way! Back and forth, back and forth, and the Wildcats are racking up the points. Eureka is ahead eleven points as the horn sounds for the half, and the fans in the stands are cheering. After a brief intermission, the game is resumed, and the Mldcats of Eureka continue playing a good game. As time is ticking away, with only a few seconds left to play, everyone ls shouting "Shoot, Shoot." There it goes! Bang! Eureka Wins, 57-361 The "A" team started slowly this year, but as the season progressed everyone con- tinued to show an improved style of play. Two games were won in the tournament at Bayless, Affton beat the Wildcats by two pointsin a thrilling three minute overtime period. Again the team won two games in the Ferguson tournament, only to be defeat- ed by Riverside by a score of 42-36. In the subregionals, Central was overcome by a score of 43-33, but Maplewood-Richmond Heights proved to be a little too superior on the following night. The students of Eureka will long remeirber the outstanding stam- ina of the team of 1948. Eureka Opponent Eureka Opponent 38. . Pacific .... . . . 39 33. . Eugene Coyle. . . . . 31 26..Ferguson... ...47 57..Pacific.........36 27. . Affton ..... . . . 29 36. . Hancock ..... . . . 53 30. . Bayless ........ 45 28. . Pattonville ...... 23 44. . Eugene Coyle .... 30 36. . Riverview Gardens. 42 23. . St. Charles ...... 49 38. . Valley Park ...... 31 27. . I-Ierculaneum ..... 24 43. . Mehlville ....... 27 48. . Hancock ........ 57 17. . Bayless.. . . . . 40 22..Union ...... ...30 32..Affton.... ...26 33. . Valley Park ..... 29 40. . Central ......... 33 25. . Affton ..... . . . 27 29. . Maplewood . . . . . . 61 44. . Mehlville . . . . . . 22 Page Forty-one Front Row: Don Loehr, Vic Cooper, Dan Burton, Second Row: Harry Gebhardt, Gilbert Litzau, Gene wngw "On your mark! Get setl' and the report of the gun sends the Eureka High School track team on to another victorious afternoon! In this fashion the following schedule was pursued this year: dual meet at Ferguson, triangular meet at Hancock, dual meet with Pacific at Eureka, dual meet with Bayless at Eureka, Clayton Invitatioml, triangular meet at Hancock, dual meet at Valley Park, South County League Preliminaries, and South County League Finals. Under the guidance of Coach Guenther the track team for this yer was fortunate to lmve nine lettermen return for competi- tion. The team started to get themselves in condition for the spring schedule on March 15, and several new members greatly strengthened the squad. Although the record of the team is not available on the date that the an- imal goes to press, we feel confident that the team will represent Eureka ln a very commendable manner. Luther Collins Mueller, Garcher lhusman, Bill Mach, Bob Lumsden 1 4 , a 4 f fa" .Le ' ffl .S W' nf' 14' , fa ,f K , ,- " Page Forty-tuo 0001, 7ea.nv .64 ned WM! U K , K , ...S----"" if flf' -6 Xl 155 X, ,ANU ,I X.if"' Third Row: Martin Fritz, Leonard Ferguson, Henry Vhrth, Harry Gebhardt, Drawln Kraus, Eugene Rusert, Tony Jaeger Second Row: Lowell Bowling, Luther Collins, Charles Mach, James DeSalme, James Moore, J'ohn Krumrey, Edward Dubbs, Coach B.W.Buddemeyer First Row: Don Loehr, Bob Strothkamp, Gene Mueller, Clmrles Krieg, Alfred Wiss- man, Harry Strothkamp, Clement Hatz A clash of the bat--a scamper for the first base--a hearty applause--the Eureka High School Baseball Team! Again we present to you the story of a small, but competent, Eureka High School Baseball Teaml Under the guidance of Coach Buddemeyer this team was able to push through to victory in all of their games, except two. Our team, although losing two hard-fought games, received the honor of a second place in the conference league. E. H. S. began their baseball story early in the year on the home diamond, and the season came to a close on the field of Bayless. As the curtains roll back on our drama of the 'National Pastime' we find the Wildcats matching their capable pitchers against the hard-slugging team of Bayless. Many of the high school teams had both hard hitting and good pitching, but due to the hustling and good fielding of our own team, they came through with flying colors. In the closing act we find the Wild- cats losing to Bayless after having fought the same team to a tie. In the first championship game to determine the top team of the league, the Wildcats tied Bayless 3 to 3, while the return game resulted in the losing of the championship game 4 to 2. Although there was tough competition to the last, the hard-hitting team of Bayless succeeded i.n defeating our fine ball club. Page Fort y-t hree Quia' 14 ' 1444acdd.L'cba This year, as in the past, has been increased activity in the field of gir1's sportsg especial- ly has the G. A. A. proved to be a worth-while and profitable organization. There has been a greater number of girls participating in athletics this year than ever before, and increased interest throughout the school in girls' athletic activities has resulted. The G. A. A. has served all its enthusiastic members with fun and fellowship. Coach Guenther, the new sponsor of G. A. A., has encouraged the girls to practice volley ball, basketball, and baseball. G. A. A. this year boasts for its president capable, jolly, Dottie Nickel. To assist her are Jean Lois Kilmer, vice-president, the efficient Peggy Paulding as secretary-treasurerg and Imogene Etzold, as the point manager who is ever striving to urge the girls to attain more points for their awards. The Girls' Athletic Association, with a membership of nearly 60 girls, has been an enjoy- able and eventful organization for all of the participating girls, and has ranked high among the activities throughout the school. Back Row: Mary Hepler, Violet Hoffman, Dorothy Nickel, Jean Kilmer, Betty Jane Funk, Joy Hellwlg, Sue Nommenson, Joan Whlssel Helen Manley, Elsie Jung, Shirley Funk Fourth Row: Betty Heitman, Betty Brockman, Anna Hepler, Shirley Kausch, Vicky O'Donnel1, Pat Causey, June Poertner, Peggy Paulding, ix Alice Hagen, Myrtle Quaethem, Elvira Fick, Mary Honlgfort 5:55 A' ' X , 'S Third Row: coach Guenther, Geraldine Eifert, Marie Davis, Betty Brown, "HQ, . Audrey Hoeltge, Norma Jean DeBacco, Pat Etzold, Mary ' ' ' ' "Mil Paffrath, Rowena Carney, Rosemary Mertz, Betty Nickel, X-ei' Mary Boyer, LaVerne Krueger Second Row: Jenny Lee Eschenbrenner, Johanna Honigfort, Doris Henricks, Imogene Etzold, Dona Mach, Jane Krausch, Florence Steinert, Marilyn Fra.nz, Loretta Schubel First Row: Doris Bittick, Geraldine Koebel, Mary Lou Heitz, Sonia Jung, Mary Lois Glaser, Doris Belk, Lois Darnell, Betty Denison Page Forty four .g Back Row: Front Row: 71474302 W af Z XX 0 xl, . Betty Brockman, Betty Heitman, Viola Claspllle, Sarah Templeton, Betty Brown, Billie Mae Davis, and Mrs. Rose Shanight Clara Ann Manetzke, Betty Kelpe, Lula Bell Hogan, Phyllis Stout, and Ruth Pemberton On the good ship E. H. S. Future Homemakers of America, 1948. Location: Room 2. Tonnage: ll members. Commodore: Mrs. Shanlght. Course: Better Homemakers for the Future America. Weather: favorable for even bigger and better years. This organzlzatlon, new to Eureka, was formed in October, 1947. To be eligible for membership, a girl must have had one year of home economics, or be enrolled in a course in home economics. 'I'he Em'eka chapter is now a member of the state and national association of Fuhu-e Homemakers ot America. There are four awards for the maxbers to attain: Junior Homemaker, Chapter Homemaker, State Homemaker, and American Homemaker. This year the Eureka members are working toward their Junior Homemaker degree, while next year they wlll be eligible for the Chapter Homemaker degree . The emblem of the organization is a home, held in the hands of a boy and a girl, with the slogan 'Towards New Horizons," indicating that the fuhxre homes of America are in the hands of the youth of today. The Eureka Chapter of F. H. A. meets the second Thursday evening of every month in the Home Economics Department. The organization has enjoyed a highly successful social year by attending the sub-district meeting at Bayless High School, a Christmas party, and a delightful picnic ln May. This organization is assured of many profitable and successful voyages in the future at Eureka High School. Page Forty-I ive 720' geaxfmgf 71.4 gmail Life! Color! Interest! We find all three ln our beloved E. H. S. Band. At assemblies, games, and commencements, we are "neverfaillngly" greeted by the boys and girls and the lady with the baton. Rain or shine, snow or wind, they display their fervent loyalty. The thirty-three members, who make up the band, practice tirelessly one hour every morning. They know that their finished product to be good, takes a quantity of patience, endurance, and perserverance in rehearsals. Early in the school year,'the group chose Eugene Sehrt as president, Charles Fulcher as his substitute, and Bob Hagemeier as man- ager of the finances. These officers have served capably in their executive positions as well as in their musical capacities. Great excitement was caused at mid-term by the acceptance of four of the students to All-County Orchestra. The annual spring concert prompted the best efforts of everyone, and the result was program that the audience will long remember. After this event, the county music festival provided a stimulus for hard work. Scholars, sportsmen, and commencements will come and go, but the band, the organiza- tlon, will endure forever. For the band, because of its outstanding work in school affairs, shines as a beacon light in many of its important and varied activities. ,liii igr---Y X 4 XT vlxgxl. it '::L4, Xy' Page Forty-s ix Alto Saxophones Janet Bittick Ernest Hill Mary Payne Baritones Ronald Albrecht Edward Morrill Bass Horn John Howald Clarinets Doris Bittick Betty Campbell George Goehri Charles Grimes Joan McKee Duane Mlckel .Taunlta Payne Gene Sehrt Edna Smith Mary Jane Bryson Horns Joan Lemp Doris Henricks Betty Jones Trombones Mary Lou Whltworth Donald Bonacker Charles Fulcher Percussion Ray Sehrt Robert Ewen Carl Jung Robert Hagemeler Jerry Hagemelster Pete Vestal Robert Whitaker Trumgts Bobbie Buddemeyer Sirllxg Bass Joy Drewel Marilyn Cahoon Virginia Henricks Francis Poertner Donald Stout 74a ummm thr e keynotes of success are emphasiz Ambitionl Perseverancel Application! These e f the Eureka High School orchestra under the leadership of by the twenty-one members o Miss Marie Harttman. ed This group, formed only last year, has made a huge success of each public appearance. The orchestra, composed of twelve strings and eleven brass and Woodwinds, diligently practiced after school and during many a long evening to master the music of the Strauss operetta, "Waltz Dream," which was presented February 27. And did they master it! These future virtuosos presented a lovely accompaniment! With this triumph behind them, they went on to another success in the Spring Concert in April. The variety of music displayed their adaptability and proved again what hard work can do. ther only at a few special rehearsals, Although the entire orchestra has practiced toge d The group is steadily gaining greater heights and holds an much progress is being ma e. exalted position in our list of "cou1dn't be done without" organizations. Alto Sax: Horns: Mary Payne Doris Henricks Violins I Cello: B t Betty Jones David Burton -I f' B9ttY NWS ef , Norma Jean DeBacco "' ' -A Ruth Pemberton Pino:H d Rose Marie Engelke 'I rf Clarinet: mlt 6: 1 Patsy Etzold I ' ' If Duane Mickel Be y 00 sey Betty Goerner , ,f' Gene Sehrt Bob Hagemeier Cornet, String faassz Vernon Heller Joy Drewel Marilyn Cahoon Sonia Jung N 5 Don stout , Betty Kelpe J, 5 . . Tr8:1bcine'F Ich r Alice Watson Flute' ar es u e Joan Williams Jane Krausch Ray Sehrt P Gee FOFIY-SBUBII gfenelcd 'Wacbea The Mixed Chorus, under the capable direction of Miss Marie Harttman, has an enviable record this year. This organization is composed of students who have outstanding voices, together with the added quality of a personal interest in the music department. The operetta, "Waltz Dream," was presented jointly by the Mixed Chorus, a tap and ballet chorus, and the orchestra. The occasion was a tremendous success and will be long re- membered by both the audience and the participants. The Spring Concert was also very well attended. Besides these two programs, the Mixed Chorus also presented a Thanksgiving As- sembly, a Christmas Vester Service, and an Easter program. The proceeds from this variety of programs were used to purchase robes for the assemble. We offer our congratulations to the entire group and its leader, Miss Harttman, for pro- viding our school with an organization of which we all should be proud. Back Row: Art Meier, Clinton Estelle, Paul Fisher, Charles Sanders, Bill f N f Rodgers, Wilbert Mertz, Gardner Hausman, Eugene Sehrt. C X t pf' Q . X Third Row: Elsie Jung, Ruth Pemberton, Carol Rivers, Dona Lou Mach, John g QEQQT Krumery, Richard Harrison, Bob Broeker, Imogene Etzold s len Ayres. .7 fl 1 ". Q4 A He 1' ' 'fl ML -,LDL sxxjgirfv Second Row: Vicky O'Donnell, Dorothy Perrson, Loretta Schubel, Marilyn Franz, 1 " ' Darwin Kraus, Dan Burton, Harold Schnarr, Pat Causey, Jean Lois JE 4 I Khmer, Alice Roiihaus, Rum Bird, Alice Hagan, Lois Darneu. Front Row: Joan McKee, Joyce McGee, Mary Paffrath, Phyllis Stout, Vic Cooper, Ralph Harrison, Betty Jones, Jean Franklin, Marilyn Green, Piano: Betty Jane Ftmk, Miss Harttman Page Forty-eight I razed cmd? 'ea The lid of the treasure chest was slowly opened, and suddenly out jumped a jolly group of singers! Interest in this relatively new part of the music department, known as the Boys Glee Club, has grovsm by leaps and bounds. The group has taken part in many fine programs during the past year, and their record will undoubtedly serve as an inspiration to future vocalists. The organization, beginning with only a few supporters, has become a prominent one for the boys in school who enjoy group singing. It is hoped that in the future the interest of the student body in this group will continue, since the ensemble will un- doubtedly continue to serve for successful music enlightenment. Back Row: Third Row: Second Row: Front Row: Piano: Gene Mueller, Charles Fulcher, Gardner Hausman, Darrell Bussey, Gene Hawks, Clement I-Iatz Glen Eberwein, Norman Hughes, Earl Clamors, Vernon J aycox, ,N Leon Haney, Paul Werner, James Jones, Earl Rambaud. Junior Seeger, Donald Merrick, Jerry Schmidt, Paul Fischer, Eugene Schrader, Vernon Heller John Haussels, Louis Smith, Arthur Fink, Ralph Harrison, Anthony Jaeger, Clinton Estelle, Edward Stranz, Wilbert Mertz, Richard Harrison Betty Jane Funk and Miss Harttman ,jf , N 'Ci' ,Q 'fi 35 ,fn ' ,gi ff na!! O J 'Z Page Forty-n ine 9440114 Www glad Back Row: Billie Davis Laverne Hageman Alma Hardesty Darlene Mertz Third Row: .Terry Kern Margaret Kemp Marcella Poertner Janelle Morris Betty Heitman Piano: Miss Harttman Doris Henrlcks Front Row: LaVerne Heidbrink Arlene Kroenung Betty Kelpe Betty Woolsey Marjorie Kessels Dorothy Motz Helen King Margie Dunham Lillian Hauser Doris Neidringhaus Clara Ann Manetzke Elaine Neely Jean Gerst Flora Schmidt Elsie Boyd Second Row: Geraldine Haas Lula Belle Hogan Johanna Honigfort Mary Boyer Edna Smith Virginia Jaycox Bernice Haussels Betty Nickel Rosemary Mertz Betty Hollie Anna Hepler Shirley Niearmgnaus J N 'V Lela Mae Corless Jackie Jaycox Marcella Neidringhaus M J Q v Helen Stark Marie Davis Joyce Kiel Q5 Dorothy Nickel Nor ma Jean Helen Heidbrink , Q, J"- L? Elvira Fick DeBacco Joan Lemp J S, Q Florence Steinert Violet Hoffman Christine Hansen f I Erma Wirth Mary Hepler Jean Murray ti, Eleanor Meier Florence Schoettler Sarah Templeton K ' .4 Carol Arft Rose Ellen Corless Joyce Hill 5 q Patsy Schnapp Claribel Arft Sonia Jung Page Fifty Slng,.Eurekal Sing: Through the halls of Eureka High School drift the strains of songs, new and old, as the Fourth Hour Girls' Glee Club blend their voices together. This glee club, which was organized soon after the opening of school in September, is composed of those girls who have had experience in previous years in choral activities. Various as- semblies and programs have been eru'iched through the participation of this group. It has been a full, successful, and interesting year for the Fourth Hour Girls' Club. Director: Miss Marie Harttman Pianist: Marilyn C ahoon Front Row: Mary Whltworth Viola Claspille Gracie Saak Virginia Breville Ann Head Theora Barnhart Louise Mason Shirley Murray Mary Jane Bryson Lillian Schoettler Marilyn Schwend Shirley Schwend Shirley Kausch Aileen Schneider Ruth Broemmelsick Second Row: Delores Gruenwald Mary Corley Ruth Dependahl Lillie Wirth Vivian Schrimper Rosemary Schimsa Edith Cox Myrtle McCoy Martha Eatherton Virginia Henricks rfrhifowvqfeewfd Rowene Carney Clarabel Stevens Geraldine Eifert Mary Barker Alice Watson Arlene Pratt Dolores Rauscher Third Row: Alice Kokesh Darlene Hathaway Marlene Arft Florence Beckman Marie Nollman Betty Sue Denison Arlene Mueller Betty Montgomery Jeanne Schaedler Shirley Myers Della Luster Fourth Row: Frances Buford Shirley Van Bibber Jean Sappington Mary Lou Heitz Jean Sellenrick Marjorie Dost Anita Petry Darlene Bader . .I 122: 1 up A f . F O Do, Re, Mi, Fa ----- . Here we have the laying of the foundation for future musical activities of Emueka High School Girls. The fifth hour girls glee club is com- posed mostly oi beginning students who are interested in the musical sides of educa- tion. The group, which has done well this year, will be able to do even better next year in the advanced class. Page Fifty one ggi ugfs yjugfiagacf gy me CS-talents 'Twas Monday study bell when all through the school, not a creature was stirring, not even one student. This was easily explained by the fact that another issue of the Bugle had Just appeared, silence reigned supreme while each article was carefully chewed and digested. The Bugle is the hub of student representation, and its influence is felt by each member of the student body. This year it widened its horizon by introducing "From the Office to the Home", "Teen Press Club," humor column, and the gossip column. Led by Gardner Hausman, the editor, and Miss Williams, the advisor, The mein plunged into the swim of school life and saved many a soul from drowning in routine, by throwing him a copy of the excellent paper which proved to be a lifesaver. So another successful year of achievement draws to a close. This paper, written and distributed by Eureka High School students, has done it again. As long as The lnmlp exists, democracy and representation are sure to be present in this schoolg and so we say, "Long May It Wave!" Sue Nommenson , Geraldine Koebel A8533 UMR .' AKEN' Standing: Charles Krieg, Mary Lois Glaser, Gardner Hausman, Miss Dorothy Williams, Bob Broeker, Dorothy Motz, Charles Fulcher, Betty Heitman, Harry Gebhardt. Seated: Jane Krausch, Joy Hellwig, Mary Honigfort, Elsie Jung, Q 'V' W L LT, lslsvi "Q!' 'N EUTE CUZCI. Third Row: Middle Row: First Row: 7.4. i,....z:..a of 5.065.651 . im, ,X fl Xxx N5 , 'X W9 'L 'XJ X 1 Diane Mickel, Geraldine Koebel, Mary Lois Glaser, Jo Ann Clemens, Joyce Keil, J oy Hellwig, Charles Grimes. Mrs. Howard, sponsor, Bob Strothkamp, Gardner Hausman, Eugene Sehrt, Bob Broeker, Fred Wolf, Mr. Turneyg sponsor. Jane Krausch, Marilyn Franz, Geraldine Eifert, Betty Sue Denison, Edna Smith, Helen Heidorink, Mary Honigiort. The twenty-one crew members lifted the anchor, hoisted the sails, and cast off. The captain, Eugene Sehrt, and the first mate, Mary Honigfort, shouted orders while the purser, Bob Broeker, stood ably by. The first detachment of crew members hoisted their "sails" in the Christmas card campaign, with Carol Heth and Luther Collins returning with the medals of honor. The admirals, Mr. Turney and Mrs. Howard, strode up and down deck keeping their trained eyes upon the course. Carol Rivers and Joan McKee joined the crew as the trip progressed. Thus sailed the good ship Eurehann, out of a sea of uncertainty into the harbor of E. H. S. with its chest of treasures one year later. This ship first touched the Isle of Themes, Baseball Bay, then Basket- ball Channel, and lastly on the Land of Entertainment, where it saw the presentation of the Junior and Senior Class Plays, the Operetta, and the One-Acts. Into a safe harbor at E. H. S. the ship ,wfrvrmnn sailed after a voyage of nine months, during which time everyone added his treasures to this valu- able chest. They hope you will enjoy the journal of their trip, called the yearbook of E. I-l. S. Page Fifty-three Dm? 7466 Wig ?evwy" Back Row: Second Row: Page Fifty-four First Row: Q5rX fy Q - hi, ix. f"' Ns, -, WN Q, Nl fm s N., T1 Ft ' ".r""E e- 'lux FJ.-,av Bob Broeker, Drawin Kraus, John Krumery, Roger Vestal, John Land Shirley Kausch, Patricia Etzold, Norma DeBacco, Vic Cooper, Jenny Lee Eschenbrenner, Peggy Paulding, Miss Johnson Harry Strothkamp, Betty Jane Funk, Helen Ayres, Fred Wolf, Mary Patfrath, Marilyn Franz The time ls about eight weeks before the annual junior play. MlssJohnsonhasmadeitlmownthatalllnterestedintryingout for the play should sign their names on her bulletin board, From these signing, seventeen are selected for the roles in Doll't rake ly Penny . Oneweek has lapsed, andthe seventeen characters are all assembled in room three on the first night of rehearsal. The play is read, and a few suggestions are glven to the entire cast by the director. The practices soon begin, and everything shapes up nicely. Now it :ls November 6, the day on which the play is to be pre- sented! Shakiness runs through the cast at firstg but after a few moments ln the matinee, everyone feels quite norrxml. The play goes on with such precision that Miss Johnson sits in the audience to watch her performers. At the evening showing, there is a sell-out crowd, and again the play proceeds without much difficulty. The audience is highly amused and pleased by the performance! lx W 2 90 Places! Places! There is a breathless hush, and the curtains part for the presentation of "A Waltz Dream," by Oscar Straus. We are carried away to the land of Sylvania, where a royal wedding is about to take place between Princess Helene and the Austrian Hussar, Niki. Although Niki is not in favor of the action, it is his ernperor's command. Finally, as he revolts, a childhood sweetheart of Princess Helene's, Rupert, appears to claim the Princess, and Niki is free to marry the American artist, Kay. Beauty and comedy characterized this operetta presented by the Eureka High School Music Depart- ment under the direction of Miss Harttman. QQUK "I, Klip gl 5 ' I, I Page Fifty-flue fo Page Fifty-six 'Y . R l.--"g WNUIVQI Jif-l,-..! 740. - an - Une Suddenly the hghts were dimmed and an air of expectancy pervaded the auditorium! The murmuring of the crowd died into the background as the hugh velvet curtains drew open. These were the One Acts presented by the dramatlcs classes of Eureka High School. Throughout the entire performance it was plainly visible what unceasing work and tireless effort had been required for this production. The program consisted of four one-act plays, the first od which was entitled, The Ftrs: Dress Suit. ln this, Dona Lou Mach, Charles Krieg, Mary Lois Glaser, and Daniel Burton were the principals. The second was called Midnight Fantasy, a mystical play in which Betty Heitman and Dorothy Nickel were the cast. The third in the series, Three 's a Crowd , was a hilarious comedy. Victor Cooper, Alice Rollhaus, Jo Ann Clemens, Donald Lee Kern, and Melvin Aselman portrayed the clnracters. Last was a play entitled, How to Propose . Jack Perry, Harry Gebhardt, Helen King, Wilbert Vesper, Imogene Etzold, Bob Hagemeler, John White, Joy I-lellwlg, Wllbert Mertz, Eddie Martin, Betty Brown Sue Nommenson, Robert Bolte, and Jean Lois Kilmer took part in thls. Besides these students, the entire personnel os! the dramatlcs department, under the direction of Miss Johnson, assisted ln making this program worthy of being placed in the 1948 Eurekam treas- ure chest. Adm On the night of February 7, the basketball queen was crowned! Vicky 0'Donnel1 was the honored one! She, along with the maids, was chosen by the "A" and "B" basketball teams. The coronation took place in a room gayly decorated with hearts, cupids, and basketballs in an atmosphere befitting the occasion. ig, , 5 A Afzke Amway "Orators," says the dictionary, are 'public speakers, strong in skill a.nd power." E. H. S. this year boasts of several such persons, and among them is one who excels all other orators in St. Louis County. The present "Possessor of the Loving Cup' of the American Legion Oratorical Contest is Gardner Hausman of Eureka High School. We hold him in highest esteem for the honor he has brought to our school in bringing home the loving cup. Page F ifty-seven 4-nl 76 .lcfaaay Staff Loretta Schubel, Jane Kraush, Doris Bittick, Dona Lou Mach, Imogene Etzold, Bob Broeker, Miss Dorothy Williams, Joy Hellwig, Charles Sanders, Joan Lemp, Christine Hansen Working together, the Of- fice Staff have made the of- fice a place that has accom- plished more good this year than ever before. Despite their various activities, they are never too busy to give a helping hand to the adminis- tration or a bewildered stu- dent a word of advice. Their happy smiles have gained them the admiration of the students of E ur eka High School. Page Fiftv-eight 7h ofa. staff Character, Scholarship, Leadership, Service. These are the four primary virtues symbolizing the library staff. To be selected for this staff is to attain one of the highest pos- sible goals ln the high school career of a student since only a few are chosen from the student body. This staff under the super- vision of Miss Williams, has kept the library well, and by having generously donated their time, they have assisted all the students ln the use of the library ' Back Row: Dorothy Nickel, Vera Belk, Betty I-Ieltman, Miss V. Pounds, secretary, Mary Honifort, Mary Lois Glaser, Miss B. McDowell, instructor, Sonia Jung, Ioan Whissell, Joy Heuwig. Front Row: Helen I-Ieidbrink, Lois Darnell, Doris Hexulcks, Elsie Jung, Violet Hoffman, Florence Schoettler. K . JL, .ji A ' X . ,gf . s' . X Y 5,3-:E-Ei.., A W , , Ki' Si - : Sf 1- . ii Lu A ,:w,, f 51,3 Hgh T1 In e E 7 we L0 X ,M1'S. Facult vnncwa ' Y ,ig Z'addaf9md'7 , u 1 . "' KX' .f I Engineers Bus Drivers Page Fifty-nine BUS ---- DREAMING Whlle riding to Eureka On the bus the other day, I was feellng klnda sleepy And I dreamed most all the way. I was dreamlng of my classes My teachers and my books: How I answered incorrectly And Mrs. Roques' plalntlve looks. Howl strolled along with Shirley And-came to Mis J'ohnson's room, It seemed just llke a garden Wlth flowers in full bloom. O1 our continued journey Up to the second floor, Where we met our friend Miss Pierce Whom all the klds adore. I dreamed too of our Latin Class With Mlss Wllllams at it's head: We all paid strlct attention To every word she said. And our gym class playing basketball, OI our good friend Mr. Guenther, How he worked so hard to teach us, Yet our free-throws went asunder. And thus my sweet dream ended O! the youths who came to seek-a -Bit ot knowledge and some learning From the High School named EUREKA. By msn woLF LOCKER POW-WOW! The lockers come ln handy For when we want to talk, And here are some things I overheard While going for a walk. "Gee, that test in trlg is hardl' 'Got a big date ton1ghtJ" "What's the name of that llttle blond?" 'Ohl go fly a kltel' "Oh, gosh, I thlnk he noticed mel' "I'm going to bleach my hair." 'Pete is going with Shlrleyg' "I don't thlnk that's fair." 'Darnl I broke my mn-ror:" 'Let me use your comb." "I'm glad you wore your jacketg' "I'll be hours in getting home." "I have a runner ln my stockingl' "LaVerne I like your shoes." "Isn't Donna pretty?" "I've got those old Exam blues." 'Pop took the car awayl' 'Jennie ripped her dress." By that time I was at my locker: Oooh, what a mess! By BETTY SUE DENISON go L7 f 4 He: 'See that blg substitute down there on the bench? I thlnk he's going to be our best man next year." She: "Oh, darllng, thls is so sudden." I oe: Say, your girl ls lots of fun. I thought you sald she was reserved. Bill: Listen, pal, she ls. Reserved for me. :U xx g ,V wx no CO0PER'S JEEP Cooper had a lllvver, But now he has a jeep: And now lnstead of crawllng, He ls driving at a leap. It's painted llght blue With bright red wheels, And when lt turns the corners, It whistles, groans, and squeals. Instead of sailing smoothly, It jlggles, bumps, and jumps: And as it rattles down the road, The fenders bulge llke mumps. The people used to be afraid To ride in Vlc's old fllvverg But now they seem to like hls jeep, Even though they shake and shiver By BETTY SUE DENISON The little glrl went to church for the first time. Aiterward the minister asked her how she enjoyed the service. "Well," she said, "I thought the music was very nice, but your commercial was too long. Gene: Miss Williams, why can't a fly see when he ls on the floor? Miss Wllllams: I don't know, why? Gene: Because he left hls specs on the ceiling. Mr. B.: Gilbert, what happens when a body is immersed in water? Gllbert: The telephone rlngs. Poet: Thls ls an unfair world. Friend: How so? Poet: A banker can write a bad poem, and people thlnk nothing of lt. But just let a poet write a bad check. Rueben: The touch of Miss Pierce's hand lowered my temperature immediately. Emll: I bet it did, I heard lt all the way down the hall. In the Manchester Drug Store, Harry Strothkamp, buying a llpstlck as a present for his girl, was at a loss when asked the shade. Suddenly his face brightened: he whipped out his handkerchief and pointed to a crimson smear. "There," he exclaimed happily, "That shade." "Now Boys," sald' Mr. Turney," can any of you tell me how lron was first discovered?" "I understood my father to say they smelt lt," said Bob Ewen. Page Sixty cis X X- 4 v v CN 'ffl Own dw: Zeadvu Ala-ca-zay! Ala-ca-zam! 6 Truckln' on down! Yea Man! Swing it high, Swing it low, Come on Eureka, Let's go! Bob Broeker, Mary Paffrath, Joyce McGee, Victor Cooper ' gud Sala Many Eureka pupils co-operated during the Christmas season in promoting the financing of our yearbook. The project was selling Christmas cards, wrapping paper, ribbon, and seals. Carol Heath and Luther Collins tied for first place in the contest. Mary Lois Glaser was next highest. Zend, , Carol Heth, Luther Collins, and a customer Darwin Kraus, Wilbert Mertz, Lois Darnell, Gardner Haus- man, Dona Lou Mach, Bob Broeker, Carol Rivers, Imogene af Etzold Q 5 The all-county high school groups are made up of the out- standing players from every high school in St. Louis County. At the end of the first semester, every instrumental director sent the leading players from his group to Maplewood-Rich- V A g mond Heights High School for try-outs. Requirements are ' y is A excellence in general music ability, including reading, good 5 t",.' ' rythm, and good tone. The All-County Chorus members are selected on approxi- mately the same standards as the instrumental groups. The chorus is a very well balanced group, a fact that makes it a pleasure as well as an honor for the students who participate in the organization. Gene Sehrt, Marilyn Cahoon, Jane Krausch, Mary Payne, Robert Hagemeier Page Sixty-one f- sniot gbfzoflflsay Ten years from now if we could see our beloved Senior Class of '48, we would be amazed at the various doings of these people. Gene Sehrt is now conducting his orchestra at the Copacabana nite club. We hear that he has Imogene Etzold and Harry James under contract. Imogene is his vocalist. Audrey Hoeltge and Glen White are raising evergreens. Well, anyway, they have a nursery. John White is a weight lifter and strong man at Barnum and Bailey Circus. I oy Hellwlg has replaced Coach as girls' gym teacher at Eureka High. Jack Perry has a girl ln every port. He's singing 'Anchors Away". Mary Honlgfort and Charles Heger are spending their summers together in Florida permanently. "That's what we like about the South." If we could peek in on Gardner Hausman, we would find him giving banquet speeches. He's now running for governor of Mlssourl. Dot Nickels is a model at the Tom Ruby Models Corporation. Carol Rivers ls ln New York and ls offering Carmen Miranda competition as a South American dancer. Don Lichlus is math instructor at Washington University and is finally giving the tests, not taking them. Doris llenricks is a woman of the world. She is a teacher at the Missouri State Teacher's College. Emil Wallach is the main character of a poem entitled, 'The Mldnite Ride of Emil Wallach on his Motorcycle." Lela Mae Corless has made several recordings on the London label and has earned the title of .To Stafford Il. Geraldine Koebel is the star reporter for the Globe Democrat, though Marvin has her evenings dated up for life. Melvin Schaefer has taken a position on a professional basketball team. Clarles Mach is now ln Hollywood and has replaced Humphrey Bogart. Rueben Buzzard was voted most llkely to succeed. We didn't say at what. Bob Hagemeier and Vera Belk can now be heard on the radio in a serial called "Made for Each Other." Charles Krieg has taken over the Colonial Theater at Manchester and has turned it into an exclusive motion picture theater. Harry Gebhardt and Helen King are reconciled again and have their own dude ranch in Arizona. Mary Lois Glaser is posing for ads for Drene Shampoo. We love that hair. Charles Winkle finally got his '48 Studebaker, ten years late. Charles Fulcher has taken to aviation. Now he's racing the moon. Mary Hepler owns an exclusive Fifth Avenue dress shop, while Anna is located across the street with her deluxe hat salon. Betty Heitman is chief jltterbug instructress at Arthur Murray's. Dona Mach ls currently seen with the Municipal Opera at Forest Park. James I ones is head walter at the Stork Club. Myrtle Quaethem runs an exclusive beauty shop and has a special cocoa-butter soap which she saves for her chosen customers. Sue Nommensen l a hairdresser for the Toni Company. She waves the hair of Hedy Lamarr, Colbert, and Lake. Herman Keuene and Laverne Montgomery are ln partnership. They now own the Towers Model Corporation. Florence Schoettler has settled permanently in Maplewood. Since she now cooks breakfast for Jerry, her home economics training is coming in handy. Violet Hoffman is posing exclusively for Eddie at Eddle's Photography in St. Louis. George Manetzke runs a cab company with all Studebakers on his line. Donald Kern is teaching golf- -to his own kids, that ls. Alice Hagan and Eddie spend all their time together. They have a bungalow over in Catawlssa. Eddie Martin is now owner of a dog kennel. He is so exact that he even uses a nail file on the dogs' toenalls. Wilbert Vesper works for Bell Telephone Company on the switchboard. He keeps the lines busy with his own private calls. Bettie Brockman is a librarian at Kirkwood Library, but Bob and she still spend all their time together--they are joined for life. Betty Brown is the secretary at Eureka High School. Wllbert Mertz is a novelist whose books are read all over the nation. Claribel Arft is a swimming lnstructress at the YWCA. Mel Aselman ls now known as the Walking Man, or, at any rate, he has taken over where Jack Benny left off as a comedian. Bob Bolte has settled down with Loretta. Ed Devine is a photographer for MGM motion picture company. Marie Davis is a dieticlan at the County Hospital. Oooh, those doctors: Elsie Jung ls now on the stage. She is playing opposite Alvin Bonacker, the Clark Gable of 1958. Doris Blttick ls a hostess on the TWA airlines. She likes those uniforms. Lois Darnell is a private secretary for Clement Day, who begins the day with, "Take a letter, Darling." The El Avlon is now under the ownership of Roy Wirth. Carl Hudson's interest in science has increased. He spends his days looking at the stars at the Planetarium ln California. His nights are spent looking at the stars, too, without the telescope. Jean Lois Kilmer is singing, "Rock-A-By-Baby." And so, we reveal the destinles of our Seniors of 1948. Page Sixty-two 512501 Charles Krieg leaves his basketball techniques to Red Loehr and Luther Collins, who make up the future "A" basketball team. Elsie Jung leaves her prom maid position to Patsy Etzold. Bob Hagemeier leaves tickets to the Metropolitan Opera to anyone who will come to hear him play there. Dona Mach leaves her statellness and dark complexion to J ermy Eschenbrenner. Helen Ayres inherits the position as Miss Pierce's assistant from Gene Sehrt. Gardner Hausman wills his oratorical talent to Francis Poertner, hoping that Francis will carry off the honors as he did. Lois Darnell leaves her place in the office to Janelle Morris, hoping that Janelle will execute Mr. Powell's agricultural work as ef- ficiently as she did. Harry Gebhardt leaves his locker to Homer Huskey. This will keep the traffic jam in the halls at the same location. Jack Perry leaves his moron jokes to Miss McDowell, who seems to have a great attraction for them. Charles Fulcher leaves his ability to get out of class to John Sheerin. We hope he manages better than Charlie. Donald Kern wills his knowledge of golf to any fellow in Speech Class who needs a topic on which to give a speech. Mary Lois Glaser leaves her position as coach's assistant to Sonia Jung. Melvin Schaefer wants Jimmy Walter's to have some of his height. Mary and Anna Hepler leave their twin identities to Jean and Janice Saak. Joy Hellwig leaves her Pepsodent smile to Clara Ann Stevens, although she uses Colgate. Mary Honigfort leaves her winning ways to all the girls. Audrey Hoeltge leaves her title as "Baby Senior" to Joan McKee. Carol Rivers leaves her Texas accent to Joyce Hill, who we think would like to have lt. Sue Nommenson leaves her new look to Betty Brewster. Dot Nickel leaves her gym techni- ques to Elsie Boyd. She keeps Tom Ruby for herself. Lavern Montgomery leaves his ability to get into mischief to Glen Eberwein. Rueben Buzzard leaves. Period. Emil Wallach leaves his 'home in the office' to Fred Wolf. Alvin Bonaker wills his bookkeeping talent to Darwin Kraus. Mel Aselman leaves his love for literature to Miss Williams. Helen King leaves her cute personality to all the girls who need some llvellness. Lela Mae Corless wants Doris Lehman to have some of her joyous laughter, and hopes that Doris will get as big a laugh from things as she does. John White leaves his "day after the night before" look to J olm Land. We hope John is as convincing as Johnny is. Myrtle Quaethem leaves her care-free attitude to Janie Kraush. Jim Kelpe receives Don Lichius' scholastic ability. This may give Jim a boost. Chas. Mach leaves Vic Cooper his manly physique and Greek god appearance. Marie Davis leaves her mild ways and sweet disposition to Darlene Kohler. Doris Bittick wills her faithfulness to attend the basketball games to Joyce McGee whom we are sure will carry on as nicely as Doris did. To Doris Belk goes Betty Heitman's knack of getting around, although Doris is doing all right for herself. To Tony Jaeger goes Herman Keune's light hair and features. However, Tony is all right just the way he ls. To LeRoy Peterson goes Edward Devine's black curly hair. LeRoy could use something to counteract those crew cuts of his. Johanna l-lonigfort inherits Imogene Etzold's long hair. Jim DeSalme seems to like it that way. Roy Wirth leaves his knack of reading the dictionary to Mr. Turney. Claribel Arft keeps her sweet disposition for some lucky fellow. Bob Bolte wants Loretta Schubel for himself. Gerry Koebel wants Geraldine Eifert to have her writing talents. She keeps Marvin for herself. Florence Schoettler leaves Phylis Lee Stout her place in Advanced Secretarial Practice. George Manetzke leaves his dignified manner to Frank Frandsen. Wilbert Mertz leaves his corny jokes to Junior Krum- mery if Junior ever runs out of material. Wilbert Vesper is leaving his place at Art's to Bill Mach. Let's get behind the eight ball. Betty Brockmann leaves Norma Schnapp her sense of humor, though we're sure Norma doesn't need it. Carl Hudson leaves Junior Seeger his appreciation of Science. Charles Winkle leaves Buddy Estell his appreciation of Esther Williams. Alice Hagen just keeps Eddie tKrhsulJ for herself. Doris Henricks leaves Virginia, her niece, her pleasing personality. Eddie Martin doesn't want to, but he leaves Dotty Motz. J mn Lois Kilmer leaves her cheerleading ability to Joan Whissel. James Jones wishes he wouldn't have to leave E. H. S. Vera Belk leaves her ability to do the dip with Bob Hagemeier to Mary Paffrath. Now she has everything! Dan Burton leaves his cheerful personality to everyone, but takes Pat with him. Violet Hoffman leaves her acting ability to Jean Gerst. The Senior Class leaves their best wishes to all. Page Sixty three Queowaflxefwmhzu-Soru31v,7'3fLvvv Dona Lou Mach Junior s MARY PAFFRATH fBottom - Leftj PEGGY PAULDING KBottom-Rightj mam .,, 251' A 64 2' 3 vw. 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' M- I-W L " -T bi," EE-'.I-I-'.'5 i Q -,.n..... Ak wg -:':f'...".::1 A , V, L. ..-:um " E-'SI-2'.i xx WEEE? Q3 QAM 15' in-. Lsf Us Loo ana! Bs gay rlillil ggi Q in 3+ K ...J-C 50gOOE adbnddl SEPTEMBER Flrst day of school. A joyous occaslon for alL 2. 8. Upper classmen struggled to acqualnt themselves ll. 15. 17. IB. 19. 23. 24. 25. 26. wlth the l40 freshfes. Schedules were arranged and rearranged. First baseball game. Beat Hancock 9 to Bl Election of homeroom officers, senior comunlttee and student council. Baseball game wlth Valley Park ralned out. Game wlth Bayless. Student Council had their flret meeting and elected their officers. Installation of student council officers. Dr. Grimes presented the gavel to the president, Charles Krieg. Game wlth Valley Park, Plcnlc for the teachers at Camp Wynmn. lSleepy heads next day., Election of class officers. Annual Junior-Senior softball game. fHappy Senlors., Baseball game wlth Maryland Heights. lveryone wore a smllel Pictures were taken. Tryouts for the Junlor play. Baseball game wlth Maryland Heights. Senlors ordered their rlngs and cards and invita- tions. 29. Game wlth Valley Park. Gosh, wlmt a wonderful 30. 0. 'l. 9. l0. 13. team we havel Senlor hayrlde. KGads, what a nlght--ouchl Watch those applesl, OCTOBER Seniors took a college aptitude test. lDon't look so glum- -at least we got out of several classes., Game wlth Hancock. Game wlth Valley Park. Anmual stad started selling Christmas cards. Game wlth Ferguson. Superb playlng of our boys pulled the game out. Eureka won 7 to 5. Intra- mural football program began. Game wlth Bayless. Flrst meeting of Future Homemakers Chapter of E. H. S. Junlor hayrlde. Loads of fun for everyone. First printed edition of the Bugle ns distributed and enjoyed by all. Flrst meeting of annual staff. 14. l4-l'l. Ftrst tryouts for basketball. Never knew we had so many athletes: 15. Pictures arrlved. Very few were disappointed. 29. Vocal Department gave an assembly. Sl. Intramural basketball program started. KCoach started wondering about putting some gals on hls team., All school party. lavely party wlth an atmosphere of witches. ' NOVEMBER 5. Report cards came out. fWe promised to do better 6. 7. next tlme., llr. Selvldge took all the girls who are planning to become murses for a tour of the Clty Hospltal. Junlor Play. A very entertaining evenlug ns spent wlth Penny, her famlly, and friends. G A. A elected officers. Dlfflcult time choosing 12. . . best cheerleading team. Everyone was happy when 17. 18. 19. 20. 25. 20. Mary, Joyce, Bob, and Vlc came up wlth the honors. First basketball game wlth Pacific. We lost by one polnt. Three seniors were selected to take the Pepsi-cola Scholarship test. Basketball game wlth Ferguson. Pep assembly. t'l'eachers Convention, Basketball game wlth Affton. Basketball game wlth Bayless. assembly Thankegfvillz . 26-28. Thanksgiving vacation. DEC EMBBR First home game was played wlth Eugene Coyle. Wildcats were victorious by the score of 44 to 80. 5. A concert was resented b the Norman P Y dy High School orchestra. 5. Game wlth St. Charles. 9. 12. 10. 17. Page Seventy-two Game with Herculaneum. We won 27 to 24. Wildcats were defeated by Hancock. Senlors re- cetved their rings. tSuch a stampedel, Game wlth Union. The man wlth the camera was here to take pictures for the anmual. Assembly by Rlchard Wehmeyer, the magician. ffaiggug 3 525 H52 s 33 --., S Q: 55 iz" : -1 525 5 28? E3 R 53 ag 5.5: 5 . a - 'f JANUARY Back to school and studies. 5. Basketball game wlth Affton. Pep assembly. 7. Plcture show was presented ln assembly. Game with Mehlvllle. 13. Assembly. Martha Logan presented talk on health. 14. Reports again. 16. Had a session ln community slnglng led by Lynn Hummel. Defeated Eugene Coyle. 20. Wildcats defeated Paclflc 57 to 35. 28. Game wlth Hancock. Basketball malds were elected. 27. Defeated Pattonville ln the Ferguson TGIFMIIIBBL 28. Band concert. Defeated by Riverview Gardens ln Ferguson Tournament. 30. Snow and ice. No school--Hooray! 2? 25 as EE E2 .., as is E as E ae A gk: Si ff: 9. snow and ice. queen Vicky ruled over the Junior-Senior basket- ball prom. l0. Game wlth Mehlvflle. ll. The Greshmen proved their cleverness by Valen- ttne assembly. They gave blushes and laughs to several 'Jacks and Jllls." Gardner Hausman represented Eureka ln the American Legion ora- torlcal contest held at Kirkwood and came home wlth honors. ' 15. Gardner was again the wlnner ln the second con- test at Normandy. A beautiful cup was his reward. 17. Sorrow! Sorrow! Defeated by Bayless 40 to l7. 18. Sophomore assembly. We all look for Red and Marilyn ln the funny papers every day now. 19. Annual staff presented a short assembly. Pep assembly. 20. Yeah, Eureka! Played Affton and won 32 to 20. Last day we saw Miss 'B' and her smlllng face ln the office. 24. Defeated Central 40 to 33 ln the Subregionals. 25. Game wlth Maplewood. lost el to 29. 27. Operetta. KSeveral future Muny Stars., MARCH l. Saw the new secretary. My, what a sparkling personality. 2. Junior-Senlor basketball game. Yeah, Seniors: What a team! Junlors, what a team? 5. Third oratorlcal contest was held at Farmington. Gardner dld a splendid job and came home wlth thlrd place. 9. X-rays were taken of all Seniors and school employees. 10. Latin assembly. Even Hercules was there! 17. Grade Cards went out. Sadl Sad! 19. One acts were given. 25. Easter assembly. APRIL 2. Ferguson dual tract meet. 7. Assembly by glee clubs. 12. Track meet wlth Paclflc. 14. One acts assembly by the dranntlcs classes. 17. Clayton lnvltattonal Meet. 28. P. E. demonstration. HAY l. Oh, glorious nlghtl What everyone has been waltlng for: What everyone has been waiting forl The Iunlor -Senlor Prom. 5. Honor Day. All deserving souls were honored tohy. 7. Senlor play. Nothing on Broadway 9. Baccalaureate service. 12. Senlor day. Anythtng could happenl 15. Graduation: A gay, yet sorrowful, occasion. 14. School's out! School's out: The key has turned ln the lock of the treasure chest untll next September. THE ANNUAL STAFF OF 1948 ASKS YOU TO Patronize Our Advertisers WITHOUT WHOSE ASSISTANCE THE PUBLICATION THIS BOOK WOULD HAVE BEEN IMPOSSIBLE OF I Since 1897 Creators of Fine Class Rings, Announcements Awards Representative: Harold Kersch Box 71, Columbia, Missouri Phone: Fenton 22 Weil Appliance Co. Everything Electrical for the Home HOME FREEZERS RADIOS STOKER BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY PHELAN'S PAINTS COLUMBIA RECO PHILCO TELEVISION ERS REFRIGERATORS STOVES WASH S RDS Compliments of Hellwig Bros Phone NE 7887 Grand and Easton L. J. HOOD Wad Gm Finest Selection of Used Cars in Town "THE LOT OF VALUES " Congratulations Class of '48 Litton Electric Co. " EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL " HIGH RIDGE, MO. Osage 2801 Telephone: Terryhill 42031 Geo. J. Seeger 8x Son MCCORMICK-DEERING SALES - SERVICE - PARTS Creve Coeur P. O. Fern Ridge, Mo. Compliments of Schrader Funeral Home BALLWIN, MISSOURI Harry Schrader Theo. Schrader Wright Electric GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Electric, Hardware and Plumbing Supplies RCA Victor Radios Easy Washers Grover, Missouri Phone: Pond 297 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '48 from Brimmer Funeral Home House Springs, Mo. Osage 2681-2411 Fenton Harbor Bill and Dolly Formerly Neudeck's Cafe Highway No. 30 Phone Fenton 94 Compliments of Farmers and Merchants Bank Eureka, Mo. Total Resources Over 51,000,000 Opp's Restaurant Chicken and Steak Dinners We Raise Our Own Chickens S. A. Voss Fenton 37 Twin River Park Tavern Three Miles from Eureka on Big River CHICKEN AND STEAK DINNERS Served at all Times Clothe the Entire Family at Laura's Dress Shoppe Fenton, Mo. Hand-Made Chi1dren's Dresses Notions Dry Goods Ready-to-Wear Phone Fenton 90 Laura Mitchell, Prop. Since 1897 Leight Merchantile Co. Quality Meat, Fancy Groceries General Merchandise House Springs, Mo. W. J. Leight Parker Adams East End Service Station Manchester, Mo. Proprietor, Boot Schumacher Truck Center Rauscher Chevrolet Co. KIRKWOOD, MO. Parts-Sales-Service CTE-301211 Althoff's General Store ' Meat and Vegetable Market Frozen Foods Phone: Fenton 49 Glaser Merchantile Co. Groceries--Meats-Vegetables R. R. 1 CHESTERFIELD, Mo. Koebel's Variety Store BALLWIN, MO. Package Liquors Tobacco, Ice Cream, Candies Gifts for A11 Occasions . PHONE: FENTON 107 EAGLE sumrs Gudermuth AAA 24-Hour Service S . t. Anywhere-Anytime ervlce a' lon ROAD SERVICE D. A. BllSh EMERGENCY REPAIRINC . . MODERN GREASINO EQUIPMENT SCYVICC SlZatl0Il PHILLIPS PRODUCTS Gravois Road and Meramec River Highway 30, Fenton Mo. "Smoke" Guderrnuth Eureka, Mo. Phone 2751 Bill Frede's Shell Service Hiway 66 and 141 Phone 373 Valley Park, Mo. Schroeder Bros. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Ycu'ro Twice as Sure with Two Great Names Frigidaire Made by General Motors Refrigerators, Water Heaters, Home Freezers Kitchen Cabinets Manchester, Mo. Walnut 365 I V 5 White Squirrel Tavern Highway 66 and Central Avenue COLD BEER . Soft Drinks of All Kinds FRED C. HAGEMEISTER, Prop. Phone: Eureka 2351 F unl:'s Store GROVER, MISSOURI Groceries, Meats, Vegetables and Feed Moto Grill Hiway 66 at Motogas Station Open all Night H. Roberts, Prop. Ellisville Cafe Plate Lunches Chicken Dinners Sandwiches of All Kinds Props. Nora and Charles Schneeman ELLISVILLE, MISSOURI Manchester Drug Store Earl R. Brommer, R. Ph. Phone: Walnut 255 Manchester, Missouri Jen'y Herzog Service Station Phillips 66 Gas and Oil Phone: Lake 731, Hlway 40-61, Clarkson Rd. Chesterfield, Missouri Steiney's lnn The Perfect Environment for Your Next Banquet - Dinner Party Dine-Dance Times Beach Compliments of I. E. Drewel, D. D. S. 9 Q String Music Free Dancing Pri. and Sat. Nites Palisades Club Cold Beer - Soda - Good Eats Ralph Eschenbrenner, Prop. JEDBURG, MO. Highway 50 to Elllsvllle, South on Ola State Road, Turn Left at Arrow, 4 mile to Jedburg Schnarr Realty Homes - Acreage - Farms -- Titles Loans - Notary Public Manchester Road GROVER, MISSOURI Phone: Pond 311 C. J. Haussels General Merchandise Phone: Walnut 8416 SHERMAN, Mo. McDill's Eureka Drug Store Prescription Druggist EUREKA, MISSOURI Phone: Lake 783 Shellubrlcatlon Grand View Service Station Highway 40 and 61 tat Clarkson Rd.l SHELL PRODUCTS - TIRES - TUBES ACCESSORIES Omer Wolff, Prop. Chesterfield, Mo. Po H. F. Paffrath Groceries - Meats - Fruits Vegetables nd, Mo. Phone: Pond 398 Drewel Appliance, Inc. Sales and Service Stokers, Ranges, Washers Refrigerators, Radios, Home Freezers Water Heaters and Softners PHONE: 2261 EUREKA, MO. E. Schott's Garage GENERAL REPAIRING Pontiac Sales and Service Glencoe P. O., Fox Creek, Mo. L. Schett, Prop. Phone: Pond 271 O Q Niedringhaus Bros. Quality Meats, Groceries. Feeds and Seeds Des Peres, Mo. Walnut 4131 Kirkwood 3780 Al' s Tavern C Deicke, Mo. Chicken and Steak Dinners Beer and Soda ,A Prop.. AL. COX Eureka 2301 Pond Motors GENERAL REPAIRING Bob Klinger Service Station Your Friendly Dealer Gas, Oil, Greases, Ice, Accessories : d, . , Phone Pond 272 Pon Mo Highway 66 at Eureka Eureka 2491 Toby Whitaker, Manager E. R. Sutter GENERAL MERCHANDISE BEST WISHES For A11 Your Needs A FRIEND Phone: Eureka 3451 Causey's Saturday Nite Dance Always Good Music and a Big Dance Floor You are Sure ot a Good Time at Causey's Dance. Call and Make Res- ervation for Your Birthday and Wed- ding Parties. SEI'-UPS -- SODA - SANDWICHES CAUSEY'S GROVE High Ridge, Mo. Osage 2981 Steinbrueck Hatchery U. S. Approved-Pullorum Passed BABY CHICKS Walnut 5132 Ellisville, Mo. INSURED SAVINGS PLANS The Futuro Belongs to Those Wno Prepare for it - Seo Harry T. Shanight New York Life Insurance Company, EUREKA, MO. Phone: Eureka 2141 Herff-Jones Company Manufacturers Class Rings, Pins, Invitations, Cards Medals and Trophies Rep. D. W. Blakeney Dexter, Mo. Phone 210 Gerlaclfs Tavern Sandwiches, Coffee, Ice Cream Chesterfield, Mo. Compliments of Chesterfield Merc. Co. Chesterfield, Mo. Grain, Feed, Coal J. I. Case Farm Machinery Bear-Cat Garden Tractors Chesterfield Farmers Elevator and Supply Co. Phone: Lake 302 Chesterfield, Mo. Biele Service Station AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Highways 40 and 61 Chesterfield, Mo. Spradling Seat Covers We Give Eagle Stamps Phone: Lake 792 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1948 f 513 Arcade Bldg. uw MA 2540 ST. LOUIS' LEADING SCHOOL JEWELER Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer, Manchester, Mo. Konneman's Red and White Store, Chesterfield, Mo. Corless Tavern, Chesterfield, Mo. Ross Radio Service, Pond, Mo. Oscar Mertz, Manchester, Mo. Castillon Market, Fern Ridge, Mo. Ralph's Auto Repair, Chesterfield, Mo. Wright's Grocery and Meat Market, Glencoe, Mo. Wehrle's Tom Boy Store, Ballwin, Mo. Hal1's Tavern, Ballwin, Mo. Ballwin Hardware Store, Ballwin, Mo. Leo Schneider, Kroger Company, Eureka, Mo. Chris and Mae's Restaurant, Eureka, Mo. Times Beach Service Station Woody and Mae's Grill, 24-Hour Service, Highway 66 Compliments, Weigel's Tavern, Crescent, Mo. A. C. Werner Store, High Ridge, Mo. Albrecht Inn, Chesterfield, Mo. High Ridge Market, High Ridge, Mo. Castillon Appliance, Alan L. Castillon, Fern Ridge, Mo. Dreamland, Manchester and Barrett Station Roads I Navajo Inn, Fenton, Mo. Kessler's Corner, Hi 66 and 141 H. A. Schmelz Feed and Farm Supply Congratulations to the Class of '48, Graczak's, Inc., Ellisville Q all 5 A, 'il-I QF' V U UN. , 1.-w::" ,wk ,J -1 .a gi? P-if' fp '- 2: 5-T4 1' . ., ,-J ' :W N. i ma- . .,. g, ,..-41, 4 uhh. .-J., . 5 . . I an , 5 TS' 1596, JL --, il 17 M N. -., w r 'W' , 1 H 'z-, f .ff -51152 M A ' 514 w' ' 1 , ' . 4. 1,a.f.m -ans f finif, .4 W W ,.-, 3 . 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