Eureka High School - Eurekana Yearbook (Eureka, MO)

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Qu-v r ,Ln F5 Morgan Selvidge, Superintendent ot the R-6 School District, and Miss Ruth Atwell, secretory. The board ot education which plans and guides the activities of the well-trained stait has coped with enormous problems. This year, however, the future promises a solution to some of the problems, and the students in R-6 schools can look forward to an even better bill of fare in the years to come. BOARD OF EDUCATION Everett Brown, Christ Orth, Fred Kesselring, Robert J. Stanton, elementary supervisor, Robert Geggie, Morgan Selvidge, superintendent, Frank Gibson, C. R. Beckemeyer. TH ADMINISTRATIO Those in charge ot our school have provided a sound fare - a well-balanced menu which offers first the basic foods with which to nourish the mind. Moreover, the edu- cational program also includes the appetizers - the delectable tid-bits which stimulate the desire for more learning and the snacks which afford a change in the daily diet of solid subjects. All these various items are served a la carte, each to be selected by students whose appetites will be appeased by this special dish. The various foods included in the high school's bill of fare have been prepared by masters who are also expert in serving their specialties. The expected result of this careful planning of a well- rounded bill of fare - with its many side dishes and vari- ous desserts accompanying the main course - is a well educated, versatile graduate. J. Varnum Jones, Principal of Eureka High School, and Mrs Roberta Larson, secretary. N ETHEL PIERCE rffwh.. ff ACU LTY MARIE HARTTMAN -f ,, GEORGE PARKER BETTE GUDERMUTH DOROTHY WILLXAMS r 4 ROSE SHANIGHT HL" R: Ei:"'Z" ii 1', Wm ELEANOR JOHNSON English, Speech BEN BUDDEMEYER Science KENNETH KOEPPE Industrial Arts GRACE STENERSON Library :aes 5 JU HENRY HYDE Social Science ELDON POWELL Science, Ag :cu Tu e HARRY WOLF Soda! Sclefce SAMUEL GEISINGER Co J! 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A U' ITIQ' 'a ,II 11" I fi QQ, 0 SPECIALTIES OF THE HOUSE Hors d Oeuvres Assorted Nuts Dates Beverly Brown Tim Holland Judy Joyce Nancy Lynn Eileen Leahy Pat Fuchs Deviled Eggs Shrimp Cocktail David Schlager Ralph Childers Penny Ballard o n Deuser Charles Blalock Gary Cooper Jerry Haussels Joan Kenney Soup Campbells Tomato Crackers 'UP -r Jin 69197 '04 0 X I Y 7? Donna Campbell Gwen Graham Entrees Fried Brains Chicken and Dumplings Charles Becker Nancy Queenon Pete Ferguson Jane Alice Morris M m Joan Nixon Rita Shafer Barbara Cooper Betty Baumer E . Charles Selvidge Elaine Frye Judy Whelan Betty Wallach fr Ham Bill atta Brooks Martin if NQXQCXI 'fog Choice of Vegetables 0.0 ll ' 1:9 Carrots Sweet Potatoes Usajzzh ' Bill Fagg Jean Sharp Susan Gregory Mary Gudermuth 0 0 x Stuffed Tomatoes Corn on the Cob b Wx- Joyce Schneider Rose Mary Wagner Bill Wientge x 1 Bread and Rolls Parker House Rolls Scones ' Susan Parker Jill McDowell . Honey H A g 'A , -.1 o It . , John Belt Carolyn Glock Judy Haynes -- .I George Borgstede Henry Kindel Bonnie Golightly I I Desserts . Peaches Sugarplums . IQ N 'IA Sherrie Whalen Doris Poertner Donna Schnarr Joyce Fisher I ug' R Brownies Candied Apples i' , 'D Jackie Brown Terry Brown Pat Collins Marilyn Kennedy on f fs:-3343? o , ,o .J yff mn fi ,O YR A ' X . t B . Angel Food Cake Sunshine Cake ' Judy Jerca Theresa Walsh Sharon Barnhouse Norma Bakemeier Nino Sfephens Gerald Kolbe Cheesecake Devils Food Coke Donna Fick Brenda Haussels David Henderson Lane Hollandsworth Lemon Chiffon pie 5l10"f Cflke Joyce Queathern Stan Richardson Millie Cahill Beverage . , 'u3E'f3::'m , gggt ,IX 5401 , Y f ' ivy QQ' M .T W Q Judy Koch Glen Koch lv' "Sody" Steiner 4? rwaowwp new t.,- rw ogtfv .yfsr 'T DNIW D atstgggkxlll 4' 09 159 'ix X . 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K , ,fm ,Lf ' 3 Q75 'V 'ef 172 Y 1' A , -.JQ A my, 1' t .fx f 'f Mgr, 2- , J-' ii? -f 1 fy? I Q'- W fi i l xx V +1 X J ix FX 'J a -' an -A 1? Z DONNA FICK xg .,, E 1 g ,Q Scnlor Committee, Junior Ploy, Junlor Prorn Com- mlmcq Honor Roll 2,3,4, FHA 2,3,4, Olzllcer 3,45 Opcfwlhx 23,4 JOYCE FISHER Fl-lA 4, Gln-e Club FTA 34, GAA 2,3,4, Pep Squad 3, Clnolr 23,4 BARBARA ESSEN Entered from Salem, Missouri 3g GAA 4, Glee Club 4, JUDITH FARRAN Entered from Maplewood 3. KAY FARWELL Entered from Berkley 3, Honor Roll 331, FHA 3,4, GAA 4. WALTER FERGUSON Srudent Council 12, Class Olllcer l,2, Boslcetboll Team l,2, 34 Track Team l,2,3,4g Homeroom Olflcer l,4, Glee Club 4. . ff BILL FLAGG Trick Tech' Q,3,4g Llbrcry Srcfl 34, FFA 23, Offcer 3, G'ee Club 4. BARBARA FREEMAN Horneroom Ofllcer l,2, Gee Club l,2,3,4. ELAINE FRYE Hcnor ROII 23,-'ig Lzbrory Staff 3,4 FHA 3,4, FTA 3,4 GAA 3,45 Pep Squad 3. PATRICIA FUCHS AnnucI Stagg BugIe Staff, Senior Corrnnirfeeg Junior Prom Comrnlfteep CI'weerIe:derp Hcnar RQII 2,3,4p Hcnnergyn Om- cer 2,3p Ofice STGH 4g FHA 3,4p GAA 2,3,4, Gffcer 35 Pep Squad 35 Operetta 2,3. CAROLYN GLOCK Junior Play, Junior Prom Cornrnltteep Omce Stag 45 Pep Squad 34 G-lee CIub 3. BONNIE GOLIGHTLY Enfered from Lmdbergn High 3g FHA 4, GAA 4g Orchestra 3,47 Glee Club 3. X MARY GUDERMUTH NarIonaI Hcnor ScC'e'y: Sudan? Cc-n:II 3g CIa5s CTJCSF 47 AnnL.aI Srzgp BugIe Stax: Serie' Cc""'w'?e-ep Junior Prcm CC'Y"V"If5'3: GSS' S'3'e 4g Ccunry' Gowerrwenf Daw 2: Chee?- Iesder -If Hcnor R53 IQS,-if H:we':c'r Crfcer -1 Cfce Sur? -1, FHA I,2,3 -1, 04:5-r 2: GAA I23,-4. MILTON HAGEMEIER Char 23g Opeferra 2g G'ee Cub 2. .r GWEN GRAHAM Junror Przvn Can-nw? roorn Cqref I,2g F I,2,3,4, P5-gt Squad 3 SUSAN GREGORY Studgnr Counnl 2, A Is' Prawn Canmauei, C555-' 3, GAA 22, l If j, AV-, QM ro HW., L,-1, 7 4 OPEL-r 3 --H qw 5-w 5-9 G-1 4. I Svcs Jun- rq R 13: CM3' ' I QX an I -+, ,u,ir1'Q','tI! ii? --Y A f I, I , I is V v M 3 If I I 'F wdrfym I DAVID HANES Choir 3,4 Boys' DCUIDIG Qucrfe 3, Opfyeffa 3,4 C'lI'65I 3,4, Gee Cub 23,4 BRENDA HAUSSELS Hcmeroow OSICET 24: FHA 4, GFA Lg Gee Cm QQ JERRY HAUSSELS GIee CILJI9 2,3. JUDITH HAYNES Honor ROII 2,3,4g GAA 4, Glee Club 2,3,4, E 17 77717 DAVID HENDERSON Lbrzfy SCI? 4. JOHN HEPP Chdr 4g Ope'e' -1, Gee ,Q ROBERT HIGGINS T':ck Tezzff 2,f,4, Gee C402 CARL HINKLE Track Team 214, Opeeffc fi, Ciba: 22,4 ETX: 22, '1' i 'Q Q r4,...' ,J 45625221 :L fl -, It ,Y ,lk f av 4 GERALD KOLBE Entered from Wydswn 2. LAYNE KONNEMAN Choir 4: Gfee Cub 2,3,4, KENNTH KUMMER Homeroom Oficer 3. WILLIAM LATTA Basketball Teom 2,3: Library Staff 4, FTA 4: Choir 2,3,4g Operettcz 3,4: Glee Club 3. ROGER LOVELI. 533553 Team 2,3 4: T':::k T :M 28. LINDA LOWRY Numara! Hone' Ssfewf :Mrmzzl S'c3- E-g'e Sha- Jfior Phy: Jmicr P'O"' Co""'i'tee, I'1:H:' R:5f 23-1: FTA 34: GRA 3,-if Pep S:.:d 3: Cfsr 23,-1, Tqce T': ,E 4: Cie'- effa 2,1-1, Omhestfs 4, Eavd 23,-4. EILEEN LEAHY Entered from Offccf 4: Pip S ETHEL LEWIS Rosmi Knin 2 FH MM Horzr RQII 1,2 Gfee CMJ :quad 3, Gfc-Q C b 7 inf' -- , ' "' 5 Y ' ' 7 JANE ALICE MORRIS Junior P'ay, Jun or Prafn Cofnrnttee, Ortice Staff 11, FI-IA 23,-1, GAA I,2,2,-4, Pe: Squad 3, Cdwustra 3, Band I 22,4 MARYANNE MYERS Horne-room Ofticer I, FHA I,2, GAA 4, Glee Club I,2,4. Y 5,14 , f . xi R pn. NANCY LYNN NotionoI Honor Soc'ety, AnnuaI Staff Bugie Shit, Junior Ploy, Junior Prarn Ccfmftee, County Gowernrnent Day 2, Horcr RaII I,2,3,4, I-Iorferccrn Ofticer 2, Llbrcry Stat? 3, Otiice Stat? 4, FI-IA I,2,3,4, Otticer 11, Pep Squad 3, Choir 2,3,4, TripIe Trio 2,3,4, Operetta 2,3,4, GIee Cub I. BROOKS MARTIN Junior Play, Junior Prc'n Ccrrrrlttec, County Gavernrrent Day 2, Cnair 214, Operetta 23,-4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Band 2,3,4, Gee Cub 2. PAUL MCKINNEY Choir 3, Operetto I, Orchestra 3, Bond I,2,3,4, Glee Club I,2. MIKE MESSERLA Student Council IQ, Closs Ofticer I,4, Junior Play, Junior Prom Cornmittee, Honor ROII I,2,4, Homeroorn Officer 3, Operettcz I, Orchestra 2,3,4, Bond I,2,3,4, JILL McDOWELL Ho"-ercvf Cxce' 3, Liizrcry Stunt 3, Oqfze Stott 4, GAA 3,-4, Cn: ' EA, Cse'e't: 2,-1, G'-ee C us IQ. DON NEZZER Banc 214, Gee Cub 2,3. . , 3 ,. ,wg -,J is :su R 2 .. "311m'Q.'.f3-2'1 '41-ff' 1 M Jw, ,.,. -1 B,,,4m. Q I Es mx 'waist' J' W1 ,Ag 29' 'L 'N V- We 1, X' Ga H xx Qtqx-nQ,.feQL x yep., A X . .Qi f Y p .v V' 1 ., ,, -4, 'gn M93 THERESA WALSH FHA 2g Chair 2,3g Operetta 2,3g Glee Club l,4. CATHERINE WEBBER Honor Roll 1,35 Homeroam Oflflcer T1 Library Stafll 4, FTA 3g GAA 3g Glee Club T. Y' JOE TURNER Baseball Team 2,3,4. PAUL TURNER Basketball Team 2,3,4, Baseball Team 23,45 Track Team 3. ROSE MARY WAGNER Student Council 31 Senior Committeef Jr.-Sr. Maid 3, County Government Day 2g Honor Roll 2,4g Oftlce Staff 4, FHA 2,3,4, GAA 3,4, Pep Squad 3g Glee Club 4. BETTY WALLACH FHA 2, GAA 4g Glee Club I,2,4, WILLIAM WEBER Junior Pram Comrnltteeg Choir 2,3,4g Operetta 2,145 Glee Club l,3,4. SHERRIE WHALEN Entered from Kirkwood High School 3g GAA 4, Choir 4, Operetta 4. JUDITH WHELAN Entered frcrn Ccyfe Hrgn 2, Hsncr Ref! 4. WILLIAM WIENTGE Bcskefbcw Tern I,2,4, Tf::k Team I,2,3,4, Cndr 2,3,4, Operewz 14, H:n'er:J:r' CFT:er 2, Gee Cfub I,2,3,4. SALLIE ZORSCH I .f' M r, SIudenI Council 4, CIc1ss Omcer 3, Jr.-Srr Maid 3, Bcekerbcfl , '65 Maid 3, Junior Prom Ccrrrrltfeeg County Gcvernrrent Dey 2, V CI'1eerIec:der, Honor Staff 3,4, FTA 34, Choir 3,4, GIee CIub , V7 Roll 2,4, Hsmerocw Oqke' 23, Library 2. Offcer 4, GAA 23,45 Pep Squad 3, 6 CARL ALBRECHT JAMES wlum GEORGE HUDSON GLORIA JEAN MOORE WILLIS FOULK j , ,I II NOT PICTURED Larry Baird PsuICGsIIen1cn Marvin Cox P3uIfneFIcYLJusI1 Mwke RusseIl VVendeII Wo'f:1cn Ray VVe3Yr"orefond DuIeW'crfI'11ng R,:Iw3'd Zander CLASS OFFICERS Ken Jaycox Cathy Bush Judy Hellwig NOT PICTURED Roberta Baumer Alta Black Kathleen Gagan Larry Hibdon . . ..... President . . . . Vice-President . . .... Secretary- Treasurer William Hibdon Bill Hottenson Joyce Portell John Schneider as "T" A I. - Q51 ,wr-1 3- . A A . ' 1 fs ry ' ? L ' tx G I r I 'hp I if I I I J f. N J X 312 21 'x V . . ,lx h ,. JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE JLI IORS ROW I: G. Irvine, R. Vtfoodwcrth, C, Bush, J. Wilrnas, M Bergm nn P. Simpson, ROW 2: N. Spinner, K. Moallankarnp, J Hellwig Jackson, S. Lewis, M. A'bers. ROW 3: B. George, Bo Priess, S. Orth. ROW 4: K. Jaycox, V. Helrnig, B. McLeod R Row botham, D. Brasher, J. North, D. Eichelberger. ,K g Delores Akers Marla Albers Robert Albrecht Betty Allen I 2 Q be , if Xb ff is Q Q Q xg i fx g.v 124: is I I ' ,fi Georgia Arnold Jchn Barnhart Martha Bergmann Vincent Birch John Blakely Jerry Blanc Betty Blank Darlene Bopp Robert Brandt Don Brasher Nancy Brewer Shirley Brown Dale Burgrnan Darlene Burton Cathy Bush Vp,,,.4-A..,,,,v If fe , wt J ,fy -, Judy Ccito I? 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Bell Patricia Bennis Siuarf Beranek Dennis Bequehe John Bird William Blakely Donna Blank Ronald Boain Freddie Bond Marlyn Bowen Roger Bowen Sue Bowlby Marilyn Boyd Mary Brockmann Charles Brown Gene Brown Geraldine Brown Johnel Buddemeyer John Carnahan Barbara Chamberlain Sandy Chappius Jane Click Jim Collins Mary Anne Colton Susan Cook Carl Corzine RE C ASS Nancy Cross James Crum Wayne Cuddy Richard Dalton Ronald Davrs Stanley Davls Ruthann Deadmond Donald DeClue Carole DeSalme Pat Dothage Theresa Duff Jlmmy Edwards Audrey Eudy Sharon Farwell Sandra Ferrell Arlhur Fisher Kmy FISCl16TlI John Fnzgerald Lee Allen Flesher Linda George Joan Georgevlfs George Gilbert Betty Grlmore Karen Goodman Karolyn Goodman Llnda Green Jlrnmy Hall Judnth Hanes Marvm Harness Judy Hassler Dons Hebblefhwaufe Larry Hensler Judy Hlbberf Deanna Hull Jamce Hmllman Shirley Hodge Joyce Hoene Marcy Hogeland Alan Hooker Ralph Horneker Anna 40' bv' vw Q- -si Y- J' ar XX L x in 1' ii 3? it q-Q is -1-r 0 lxl L.f 1' ,An l Q.. . 0' 4' gt se' Q3 J xv V M A rnssl A , I I A 7' rg A 'L 41 if 6 t ia ma- 'J , V V 1, V, t A V Q L 1 .5 Q A- 0' , yy L in. 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NOT PICTURED Jean Hendrix John Light LaVerne Portell Clyde Adams Pat Adams Donna Akers Adele Albrecht Mary Allen Clarence Baumer .lo Ann Becker Harold Beeson Charlotte Belcher Larry Benson James Benton John Benton Bill Bice Douglas Birch Wayne Bizzle Joe Blomes Cammie Babb Donald Bowen James Bronscum Janey Butler Susan Carnahan Barbara Carter Phillip Case Dennis Diekmann Marian Diekmann Gordon Dodge Sherry Dowling Harold Dulin Don Eagar Carolyn Elfrank Allan Engler Russell Erxleben Bobby Farr Joyce Fisher Judith Fite Gerald Freeman William Gaynor Richard Glbsan Dean Gacdweiler Faye Sue Graham Sharon Hafley Ross Haley Dale Hammer Michael Hartman Carol Hawkins - x u 5 4 ' . f . i 2 N 'ft J, it bv Sr I M 1 an ,R G , . . I 1--' J Q., cf Q , va, , Us ' L' 17" N 4 I l, N ce ' G I i W 'Q' ': rd ,vi . G L- L A Connie Herold Suzanne Holland Ruth Ann Horton Sherman Jaycox Patricia Johnson Vernon Kemper Gary Kiefter Janice Kirkland Bill Kissell Michael Kostial Janet Kruidenier Delores Krumrey Wilbur Krumrey Bob Martin Francine Mitchell Harrison Motielcl Bob Musgrave Douglas McVicar Burley Pemberton John Priddy Kitty Reynolds Mike Rice Kathy Riebold Laverne Rowden Lavon Rowden Jerry Scott Bill Stanley Lanny Steinkamp Larry Steward John Taber Jack Thomas Bill Treibal Vernon Vonderahe Roscoe Walka Larry Waters Bill Welker Vernon Wilken Dorothy Wills Eugene Wren Linda Wren 4 jf ff Q .5 1 I I W f 1 Ko 0 Vs? Co X X W H r , ,I I PUB I N 'I UZ , Q B 'QQ 7 Q N , ff' , A e X J' X125 WU 'I 'I .: QYVQS Q 2 'hmm cf LQ ffm 6' 6 an maui X5 X X x C cv Q . A O QD r S QQ' X. Af' 'NS To be a member of the National Honor Society is one of the highest honors which can be bestowed upon a student at Eureka High School, The members are chosen for their character, scholarship, leadership, and service. The National Honor Society has represented the high ideals of this organization in its emblem. As the key- stone is used to support an arch, so does the National Honor Society serve as a support in our lives. The flam- ing torch signifies the four principles of the National Honor Society. ATIO AL HO QR SQCIETY OFFICERS: Nina Stephens, Secrefcry-Treasurer, Charles Selvidge, President, Charles Becker, Vice-president. The new members who were reelected in the fall were installed on November 24. The initiation was held after school, and all parents and faculty were invited to at- tend. Refreshments were served after the initiation. The other members were elected and installed in the spring. Under the able leadership of Miss Pierce, Mr. Jones, and the officers, the National Honor Society had a very successful year. The highlight of the year was the annual reunion held at the Al-pac Restaurant. All past and present members were invited. STANDING: Jean Sharp, Judy Steffan, Joan Kenney, Nancy Lynn, Nina Stephens, Miss Pierce, Carole Brown, Linda Lowry, Larry Doepke, SEATED: Nancy Queenan, Charles Becker, Charles Selvidge, Susan Par- ker, Mary Gudermuth, OFFICERS: Salle Zorsch. sec'eta'y-treascrer, Charles Selvidge, p,sid-nI, N.na Steph-ers, v ceepres dent The student body yearly elects a group of students to serve on the Student Council. These elected members assemble regularly to discuss school problems and plan activities. The Student Council gives students a chance to express their opinions for improving our school. The council plans an all-school party in the school year to give students a chance to get together. The luke box, which furnishes music for noon dancing, is provided by the Student Council. The annual Basket- ball Prom, which is given to honor our basketball teams, is hnanced and planned by the council. The school store in Miss Johnson's room, where school supplies can be obtained, provides the council with money to carry out all its activities. Council members share the responsibility of operating the store. Miss Johnson and Mr. Jones are the faculty represent- atives who attend the meetings and aid in the func- tioning of the council. The Student Council members elected the following people to be their leaders for this school year: Charles Selvidge, president, Nina Stephens, vice-president, and Sally Zorsch, secretary. SITTING: Jo Ann Becker, Janice Kirkland, Geraldean Williams, Eichelberger, Jim Bevton, George Borgstede, Nina Stephens. Karen Zuzelski, Shari Vvagner, Penny Simpson, Marla Albers Jane Charles Selv.dge, Sally Zorsch, Jifn Shafer, Bill Bice, Wayne Ram' Marie Wilrnas, Delores Akers. STANDING: Mr. Jones, Dennis baud, Ken Woods, Miss Wilma Johnson rw 5.1144 'I .ug I 'of 1 '-Q , 0' 0 n.,,,, , ,jg .,l.' 4 I " . u',9l.'.' . 0 I I I' FUTURE HO EMAKERS Q Iv!"-.r .4'dn, '.lll Q.,.,. ' , .I-.. ici' ' Q.. ' ' ' fgl' FRONT Row- 3 f I x .V f i"1V ii iw f O-4,15 'fl f M nv-1 s ' H SECOND ROW, Fl ifffrs- 'nf' a , .M ,+A r --wm 1+1-, THlRDROW:, PV . 'I-:"'1 - PW'V'lk MV' RW m"""i5M Cvrwg-, In Sbww- R f,'-Mm. 2 Www 1' 1 rm- M11 f, x.,H,,,, FOURTH RQW, 51 'mlm MiMf":v- IJ f:":EfV f Fu' ' L T' !,', lf-'w Q, ,V ,C Eff,-yy IQ MJ, P.F,1h:, R gmm, N 3f.1,+,,,' A Q 'lf A 4-1 ,-. , 'Q' 212 i 'f I 5 5 is 3 4 . i 5 5 K 5 1 E 4 if W 2, ' 'I Q 5 s Eff Q t ' K ' L, f ' K. v K ,fy 'Z ,QW 'T 'fx ff M I 1 ,V 2. , sn V,' X C V u 'ff ' 4 . "V ,n 4 '--, u luqw i 3 x-A ,F , 3 . 5 dl is s A 491' 'ff' ,qi V . Co-editors, Cl:a'lL-s Selviage and Charles Erik-'-r' ar lwiily c'-,gkrng Cory 'fr ilw- yryxf Bugle 'ature egrtorz 'AJ-,' Guderrrrutlr, Linda Lowry, Pat L J - rn a tru, i as usual, tlzrnkrrg L' gossip for Q This year the "Pub" class has tried to bring you the best an- nual and the best Bugle ever presented. With each publish- ing ot the Bugle, we have had you in mind and tried to help you keep abreast of the hap- penings around school. We have incorporated into our an- nual many things which we think vvill bring back to you dear memories of the '58-'59 "PUB" school year. When you look through your annual, years from novv, remember that, al- though time has hidden all of those happy days from vievv, time cannot erase the memories preserved on these pages. ,-1' -f,.. CLASS 6"'9WtUll Adding the Fnal touches are v i 1 :I 1 , , Judy Stegun and Virginia ilker tnf ff ' f-nt artists the PUC ' was fortu nate to haze ir Busily at work we ird Nancy Lynn, assistant editor, and Nancy Que- enan, editor of the X959 Eurelcana. "Did you break this stapler?" Miss Williams Here W2 and Bevel' Eiown Und SUSUW GVEQOW L5 asks the ,ipubir KIGSS standing about to rscewa instructions frown the Busin Manager, Susan Parker. oh OFFICERS, ROW I: N. Oueenan, vice-president, S. Zorsch, sec- retary, J. Wilmas, song leader, J. Wideman, librarian. ROW 2: S. Parker, president, C. Brown, treasurer, G, Irvine, parliamen- tarian, M. Blames, historian. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA This has been the second successive year that Eureka High School has been a member ot the Future Teachers ot America, a nation-wide organization. The purpose at this organization is to acquaint stu- dents with the teaching Held, Those members planning to attend college gained valuable information concern- ing higher education from the talks which were given by authorities at the monthly meetings, ROW I, Seated: G. Irvine, M. Blornes, S. Zorsch, N. Queenan, George, L. Steward, M. Oberkramer, E. Frye, S. Gregory, D. S. Parker, C, Brown, J, Wideman, J, Wilmas. ROW 2: B. Bante, Pick. ROW 4: B. Latta, Mrs. Stenerson, C. Selvidge, S. Colton, N, Niehoft, L. Waller, M. Halley, E. Schmidt, K. Wunderlick, J. W. Rambaud, P. Simpson, G. Gilbert, A. Stanton, R. Shafer, L. Schneider, J. Hellwig. ROW 3: Mrs. Ritter, A. Hubbard, B. Lowry, B. McVicar. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO The Girls' Athletic Association is one ot our popular organizations at Eureka. The purpose of the club is to stress the importance of good sportsmanship and to al- low the members to partake in various athletics during the year. From the dues collected, the organization gave picnics and other activities under the direction of Mrs. Kenning. With her assistance and the members' enthu- siasm, the GAA has proved to be a very successful organization, FIRST ROW: E. Schmidt, L. Waller, D. Leach, A. Stanton, S. Barn- house, N, Balcerneier, J. Morris, R. Shafer, L. Lowry, B, Essen, J. Koch, M. Albers, D. Ficlc. SECOND ROW: D, Crannick, K. Bush, J. McDowell, B. Haussels, R. Wagner, D. Campbell, J. Hibbert, J. Kenney, M. Guderrnuth, P. Fuchs, G, Graham, N, Stephens, S. Zorsch. THIRD ROW: K. Cooper, J. Sharp, G. Vestal, M. Clark, J. Caito, R. Baumer, P. Collins, J, Schneider, C. Norris, E. Frye, D. Weber, R. Woodworth, S. Aimino. FOURTH ROW: S. Whalen, M. Haug, B. Bante, R. Stephens, N. Cross, K. Fischetti, S. Schol- ler, J, Jerca, D, Schnarr, J. Nixon, S, Farwell, G. Irvine, M. Netscher, D. Hill, B. George, K. Farwell. FIFTH ROW: C. Norden, OFFICERS: KNEELING: B. Bante, E. Leahy, STANDING: F, Gro ham, M. Kerining, M. Albers. S. Gregory, K. Zuzelslci, E. Leahy, R. Fine, J. Hendrix, D. Akers, J. Darrow, D. Wills, D. Isgrig, M. Brockman, B. Wallach, P, Bal- lard, M. Meyers, B. Golighty. SIXTH ROW: P. Lovell, N. Spinner, B. Allen, M. Pierce, B. LaMertha, J. Butler, M. Cahill, J, Brown, M. Holden, F, Graham, J. Becker. SEVENTH ROW: B. Oelze, M. Bergmann, B, Cooper, M, Oberkramer, J. Click, S. Lewis, N. Queenan, J. Fife, C. Bobb, J. Szydlowski, J. Haynes. EIGHTH ROW: P, Johnson, C, Brown, M. Hafley, B. Brown, C. Belcher, Mrs. Kenning, J. Jones, K. Kieffer, J. Hellwig, A. Albrecht, K. Reynolds. LIBR RY STAFF A D DVANCED "SEC" LIBRARY STAFF ROW 1: S. Rsvefs S Z:'s:h, R S':1"er,S Eo'r1":,5e, K, ffzcbir, 3, Cwucpws, L Grief, J, Hcffae ROW 2: P. Joycox, Mfs, SYe'1e'5:', B F'::3j, L S'evNz'c:, M. Oberkrofcr, E F'-fc, G Kcfbe ADVANCED SECRETARIAL PRACTICE ROW 'lz P Fuchs, P. Cdlmz ROW 2: J Kmrvey, J. Schneider, N Bokanwif-r ROW 3: M. Kennedy, S, Bom- house. ROW 4: J. Nixon. STANDING: Mrs Gudermuth. EC IAL GR S UP j. W TOP - SENIOR GIRLS' OCTETTE, ROW I: f VIIL-i-V, N S?QpIwnS, S. Zoridw, L Lwwry ROW 2: N L,"'rv, C Brvwn M If"r'v'1:,' S Pfrkf-" CENTER LEFT - JUNIOR GIRLS' SEXTETTE, ROW 'In P S 'wx 134 M B-grgvvc1" E MfV'f1' ROW 2: G I'1"f:, L S"-ACVCI, 'C Kfqu, U 12 H':"'?h'tz" CENTER RIGHT - BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET, L L'If"3If', 'I H':'?'V':" K D",'i0'1 2' O D, I'If1y"5'S, F 'f,'f1i1r.i "'W, f S',Iw"r1r', G 2 :-' N" H'1'Y"' 1" BOTTOM - BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET, L fy'o:I'y, C S" G Coop- ', . 'N W,enYgQ, R C' Ifff-'E I H..'3IX-5, fl E '-': V SE H':""'k Y X . , 1 . fn. , I 'S QU? U Sf e Q N X A 'QE . ' I A ' L 11 Qu! 'Wt Q Q Q 5 ' if 3 yifiis 'S .1 I 9 ? - Q Vg if Q? A y 9 CLARINETS Ronokf H1U'wUm Undo Lowry Delimmx Hwll Cruel SHUT Doris Hel:bVLHrw.'c1it Bowne: Zwmful Vernon Ks-il De'-mum L e,- ugh Gow Kifffcfr Slmron HMM-y Suu BowHvy Luvry SM-word HORN QUARTET tiff, H-iv' N., ..,. ,,,. V, W 1. OFFICERS S5I"i'f1"V,', 'JU'fT":1 Lge V-'SML-', F' Ecoks Us" f-:zz 'en 'fog' 'w . f K " Vv'-1512 51 Comm, Harold KQVWLHWRKEUVHSOV1 Sw: Rmkffr FLUTES Grfoqu Borgsfedc Nancy Nlphoff .lcbmfl Buddomcyrer Borbcxm Lo Mmflwcx Janice HwHmc1n OBOES G:-mfciine Vests! Bevry MQVECUV Karen Kwcfer E.H. . BASS CLARINETS Aww S"1"?C'N Nf1Vf,',f S1"w"f-: BASSOONS . r , B01 M.-J' 1: Jufx' Sharm BARITONE SAX JWW 'MQW ALTO SAXES Vwfgn 'z YM' I'-f,1'r ':" ' F :nv-,' U1 , LJ X.'," My' Mgxrwkx ff: Y- r BAD TENOR SAXES George Gilbert Ronnie Schackellord FRENCH HORNS Larry l-lensler Vernon Kemper Doris Poertner TRUMPETS Kenneth Woods Vlfarren Stephens Mike Messerla Jane Alice Morris Gary Wells TRUMPET TRIO Jane F-lfce Norris Kerny N Don Brasher Charles Kina Wayne Rarnhaud Don Nezzar Mary Brockrnan Bill Welker BARITONES Bill Couch Joe Hughes TROMBONES Carl Hinkle Bill Treibal S O, Jerry Allison BASSES Paul Mcliinnffy Bill Bice DIRECTOR Marie Hartrvvann PERCUSSION Mike Thomas Richard Bartnnonn Tooter Martin Douglas McVicar Gordon Dodge O O E b L A fx' ' 'R I I X' T3-S IV' '1 Q7 Q COLORFLIL HIGHLIGHTS lj ! "- fig OF OUR YEAR AT E. H. S. RIGHT SENIOR SUPERLATIVES COLUMN: Besf All-Around - Sallie ond Chor'es MOST HUMOROUS - Tim ond E1Ieen MOST LIKELY fo SUCCEED - Chorles cmd Susan MOST FRIENDLY - Nino, George ond Mary ii 1 1 r:-:nz Q in mm .H ' 1 ia i mass mes ,ma 2 fa 11 U'-1, at . ,,1fQ'I 'lrflliilx I I X. ,fr . eu' 'jf1g,LFf- I I 4 f I ,M ,,.A , Q,- , ' flifi ' Y 1 ' - I I - ABOVE: F1193 f A 55 Mos? Talented - Toofer ond Noncy ag-J ""Q3T 1' 13 gif" BELOW: f f Mjiwiyg MosI AII1IeIic - Nsncy ond Pete 7 T 4 --41T:fv"3"'-i'," " - 1-fi?3i41'f"3'fIi"7:1":"?-- 7 1:11 --Q if -' ti 'i-5":."" "' 75347-"' 14 ' QE? Zhu? nil 153132 git- f "fini-,, 9, 51 3 -g.g--' , ,nf ,, ','.. ' 5 ' ' ' ' ' 5. 1 5 A .QT-. e -33 5-,111 v 551 T" 'L'-T fig" X' 'r -'.'- J I , ,1 fl 7-4 'A --u ----4 -4 1, T." Il"f' 1 , 3 rv-Q iv" Q i I S ORCHESTRA The high school orchestra, although a small group, makes up for what it lacks in size by its enthusiasm. Under the competent direction of Miss Harttman, it has per- formed well each time it has appeared in a program. lts first public appearance this year was in the Thanksgiving Assembly, when it ac- companied the choir in a traditional Thanksgiving song. Each year when the choir presents its operetta, the singing groups are supported by music from the orchestra. Again this year the choir gained conhdence for the perform- ance from the presence of the orchestra. The suggestions made by the adiudicators at the County Music Festival helped to show the group where improvements in technique were needed. The orchestra gains much by participating in this event each year. The orchestra brought the year to its climax with its performance at the Baccalaureate Services. VIOLINS Judy Steffan Sue Bowlby BASSOON Larry Hensler Jean Sharp CLARINETS Bob Musgrave Vernon Kemper Bonnie Golightly Deanna Hill TENOR SAX TROMBONE Sandy McFarland Ronald Hellman George Gilbert Curl Hlnlfle VIOLAS Linda Lowry ALTO SAX STRING BASS Ncmcy Queenon OBOE Margaret Hafley David Hanes Jane Click Karen Kieffer TRUMPETS PERCUSSION CEI-LOS FLUTE5 Jane Alice Morris Brooks Martin Nina Stephens George Borgstede Mike MeSSefl0 DIRECTOR Virginia Tilker Nancy Niehott FRENCH HORNS Miss Harttman I . N '- S 2-3-S 2 5 , , gg v fii , . S-nfyyifig S' i Q 5 A g .Q lg,5.'Q!,li5 L 53' -.hWh'5Q9,,.5Yl5,g H "L 5 4' ' ' J h '4::Qa?A:51'LL lx A ' Nh , Ming 5. ,. -, l....A 1 I BASEB LL Our '58-'59 Wildcat baseball team had one of the most successtul seasons in our school's history. To our knowledge our 9-2 record has not been bettered by any other Eureka tearn. Although the Wildcats got oft on the wrong foot by losing two out of the hrst three games, they buckled down and won the eight remaining games -tying Hancock for South County hrst place honors. Pete Ferguson and Paul Turner were the outstanding players on this year's team. Pete broke the school batting average record with an amaz- ing .5l4. Our 9-2 record received a hearty boost from Pete's consistent slugging. Paul Turner, our record breaking pitcher the has broken sev- eral records while at Eurekai was another tremendous asset to our team. Paul's talented right arm accounted for seven out ot our nine victories. Our team would not have been so successful, were it not tor the superb guidance ot Coach Parker, His contagious enthusiasm helped the boys to do their best. Pitching Record Baseball Schedule Eureka ,... 3 Bayless ... Won Lost Eureka .... 7 Mehlville . . Paul Turner .. .. 7 l Eureka .... 1 Hancock .. Ronald Davis ... .. l l Eureka .... 5 Fairview . .. Roger Lovell .. .. l O Eureka .... ll Valley Park Eureka ..,. 6 Bayless . .. Leading Batting Averages Eureka .... 5 Hancock . . Eureka ..., LO Valley Park Pete Ferguson .. .. .514 Eureka .... 4 Jennings .. Paul Turner ... .. .333 Eureka .... ll Jennings .. Roger Lovell .. .. .3l6 Eureka .... 5 Mehlville .. SECOND ROW: Stan Nelson, Mike Zorsh, Ronnie Davis, Dennis Eichelbergcfr, Joe Turner, Mel Talghader, Mike Costleman, Stew- art Beranek, and Coach Parker. KNEELING: Gerald Freeman Wayne Bizzle. maitager, Larry Benson, Jifn Shafer, Gary Cooper, Terry Brown, Pete Farguson, Charlie Becker, Stan Davis, Roger Lovell, and 14, f M. CHEERLEADERS J. Kenney, S. Zorsch, P, Fuchs, M. Gudermuth, N. Stephens, C. Brow The Kittens had a very discouraging season, winning only two games while losing l5. Most of their games were close, and the boys always played hard. Errors were the chiet cause of their defeats, and they can overcome errors through practice and experience. Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka "B" BASKETB Northwest . Paciic .... Berkeley . . . Hancock . . . Parkway . . . Clayton . . Pacihc .... Brentwood . Attton .... Hancock , . . Clayton . . Bayless . . . Northwest . . Washington Valley Park . Lindbergh . . Mehlville ... Donnie Hurst, Jim Qnater, Mike Zorsch, Ralph Horneker and Ronnie Davis will be adding their talents to the varsity next year and give hope for good teams in the future. Larry Benson will give Coach Parker a returning starter on the "B" team, FIRST ROW: B. Treibal, D. Goodweiler, J. Benton, W, Rarnbaud, L. Benson, G. Freeman. SECOND ROW: B, Kenney, D. Hurt, S. Davis, V, Kemper, O, Patty, THIRD ROW: Coach Parker, J. Shafer, C. Brown, R. Davis, R. Horneker, M. Zorsch, A. Hooker. ,aff 2.1 S' u-I Q f "A" BASKETBALL Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Eureka Northwest .... Pacific ..... Berkeley . . . Hancock . . . Parkway ,,.... Clayton ....... Maryland Heights Crystal City . . . Eureka Pacific ....,.. Eureka Brentwood . . . Eureka Aflton .... Eureka Hancock . . . Eureka Hancock . . . Eureka Bayless . . . Eureka Northwest .. Eureka Washington . . . Eureka Valley Park . . . Eureka Lindbergh .. Eureka Mehlville . . . Eureka St, Charles . . . The Wildcats ended their season with a record at nine fine ball one night and another night be completely oft wins and ll losses. Considering that all last years starters They always played hard though and their record is not graduated, this is a creditable record. indicative of their fighting spirit and good sportsmanship The Wildcats were an erratic ball team, and could play Talghader, P, Turner, D. Ec e er e x B own B We tge H bbad G Bo gstede G neker, C. Selvidge, P. Eerg son M Castlema Manager J Bla .. Q V. 74 0 - f -i'C,0" infi- Q .. W 1' 9 -1 'K A ,,- 'nf A ,V-mf' N n X . ar g ' . xuximx ,f N .X rv Y ' 5 1 ' . f If Y-v 1 Q 9 5 "1 .f' A f 'S 1 .g ' 2 -,f' 8 J aah 'iff x Q a " 7' , 1 fs-2' ",- lr.. Z v'ff- 'fri N 5 ' G V-,W-,,, 41 f ' - f K., ,gf QW, f A 'X THE JU ICR PL Y "Mother ls a Freshman," a delightful comedy of col- lege life, was presented by the Juniors on November 21. The play was directed by Miss Eleanor Johnson assisted by Susan Parker. The plot presented an unusual situation - a sopho- more in college and her mother, a freshman at the same college, both in love with the same handsome biology professor. The hilarious misunderstandings in the play and the confusion and fun of a college dormitory combined to create a delightful and appealing comedy. Gail Irvine, as Mrs. Abigail Abbott, Jane Marie Williams, as Susan, and Richard Rowbotham, as Pro- fessor Michaels, were outstanding. Steven Dick was ex- ceptionally well cast as Dean Gillingham, and Kathy Cooper, as Clara, was appealing. The audiences were delighted with the antics of Bill McLeod, as Bobo, Ken Jaycox as Jaclc, Jim North as l-lowie, and Vic l-lelmig, as Bill, who were perfect as happy-go-lucky college boys, Pat Musgrave, as Bunny, Sharon Orth, as Helen, and Charlene Norris, as Carrie were typical co-eds. Martha Bergman as Mrs. Miller and Bonny Priess as Sylvia were very convincing, Barbara George's clever characteriza- tion of Marge also contributed to the success of the play, CAST: ROW T: J. Wilmas, V. Helmig, E. Johnson, G. Irvine, W. McLeod. ROW 2: R. Rowbotharn, J. North, P. Musgrave, K. Jaycax, K. Cooper, S. Parker. ROW 3: C. Norris, B. George, M. Bergman, J. Lamb, S. Orth, ROW 4: B. Preiss, A. Hubbard, S. Dick. ll! 55 INTLP +G m....lA Az ,!" 5 s Q, QI if SE IOR PL Y Night of January 'l6th, a tense drama, was chosen as the 1959 senior play. Two very successful per- formances were given on May 15. The play, a murder trial on stage, presented a com- plicated and exciting plot and a varied cast of characters. The action took place in a courtroom in New York where Karen Andre lSusan Parkerj was tried before the Honorable Judge William Heath KBill Wientgel for the murder of Bjorn Faulkner. Charles Becker, as the District Attorney Flint, contended that Karen Andre murdered Bjorn Faulkner, Defense Attor- ney Stevens, played by Charles Selvidge, attempted to prove that Bjorn Faulkner committed suicide. The testi- monies of the following witnesses revealed the plot to the audience, Dr. Kirkland iGeorge Borgstedel, county medical examiner, Mrs. John Hutchins fCarolyn Glockl, a witness at the scene of the crime, Homer Van Fleet KPhil Jaycoxl, a private detective, Elmer Sweeny QRaIph Childerst, the first police officer to arrive at the scene of the crime, Nancy Lee Faulkner iMarilyn Kennedyb, Bjorn Faulkner's widow, Magda Svenson CMargaret Mary Blomest, a Swedish housekeeper, John Graham Whitfield iJerry Kolbel, Nancy Lee Faulkner's father, Sigurd Jungquist fHenry Kindelt, the murdered man's employee. The entrance of Larry Regan fMike Mes- serlal, a gangster, caused a stir of excitement and a big surprise when he announced that Bjorn Faulkner was dead, but had been alive when Karen Andre was arrested for his murder. This statement put a new light on the case, as it revealed a great swindle that was scheduled for the night of January l6. The introduction of the new witnesses added to the drama and confu- sion of the trial. Pat Fuchs, as Roberta Van Rensselaer, and Ann Stanton, as Jane Chandler, brought new facts into the CGSB. Finally the jury, chosen from the audience, retired to determine whether Karen Andre was guilty or was not guilty of the murder of Bjorne Faulkner. The prison matron fSusan Gregoryl, the bailiff Uohn Beltt, the District Attorney's secretary fDonna Fickl, the Defense Attorney's secretary iSherrie Whalenl, the clerk of the court fGary Cooperl, the court stenogra- pher KSharon Barnhousel, and the policemen CLayne Konneman and David Schlagerl added a great deal to the authenticity of the trial. The unusual dramatic production was directed by Miss Eleanor Johnson, instructor in speech and dramatics. CAST OF NIGHT OF JANUARY I6th ROW I: S. Whalen, C. Glock, S. Gregory, A, Stanton, D. Fick, M. Schlager, G. Borgstede, J. Belt, C. Becker, B. Wientge, C. Selvidge, Kennedy, M, Blomes, P. Fuchs. ROW 2: R. Childers, M. Messerla, J. Kolbe, H. Kindel, P. Jaycox. S. Parker, S. Barnhouse, G. Cooper, Layne Konneman, ROW 3: D. hampcmgne arnaflons ro ns X X N1 N lf xi! Y mx U Q9 X! ' gf ' , M4 p J N i x 1519 5 :N W I 1 5 JUNIOR PROM MAIDS 'KATHY COOPER MARLA ALBERS ng. , w Wit, A Q, ' Q ROSE MARY WAGNER SENIOR PROM MAIDS MARYANNE MYERS ' 1 x JUNIOR-SENIOR PROMENADE The Juniors tribute to the grad- uating class, the Junior-Senior Promenade, is always the social highlight of the year. Climaxing an evening of dancing is the corona- tion of the queen. Again this year in a setting of fairyland beauty, the Queen and her court were honored. The Junior Prom Committee was re- sponsible for the delightful evening. MARY GUDERMUTH QUEEN . OF THE .IUNICR-SENIOR PROMENADE i Wa -.f was-1 Vwwwv 0? -. E N,Q.a ,w ,V- BASKETBALL PROM On Friday, February 13, the Bas- ketball Prom was held in a fanciful setting of red and white hearts. The prom was sponsored by the Student Council to honor the basketball squad. The throne for the Basket- ball Queen was of white satin sta- tioned before the background of a huge red heart. Don Burian's or- chestra provided the music for the evening's dancing. NINA STEPHENS QUEEN CF THE BASKETBALL PROM ln I v ,, W.: . m ,f , K. 9 Ill 5 A1 H I Q ' .. . I 1 t I f' ' t ,Q it ,iv ,iz fx-A "' 1? If1+Cf' LJOUJQFIGHJ I V xx ii L '-' ? H ' X f Cyfl 3 ff! Q fur-Huff' ol 1 l 1 Nlgiilm ,I l ii 'sniff' M l Nl? I EQ l 'l WW f UQ li .flivfw W M EX Q.- ffixixl A' i2lll 'H ll M l X 'Q -Z 6' .E . 1 if i . f I L J 'P Ll M '- fl T .1 A e l ,I H .gr H g I I if , ., 2' -ff i G v " 0 ' iw i 1 , 1 i . - Q f ' f V! To Jai' . l l ml i 'H l u 'W t h '7, Bob, I Thi lc she's gong To molce Q turn." I XR A! O C i n I 555 .dl i i . .9 Q - 'sg 5 lr' f l if Q ' N i i ... A ' x" l 1 I ? f' l q 5 I 2 f L V ' i' u , Wg-1, +L -QL to .eg A u Q Q ' 'SI' t 5 'V 1 . 5-' i X .- 1 f X ff! X J"'l ' 'fl X O l .. 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THE TAFF FTHE I959 EUREKA A wnshes to urge all the tudents and fnends ot the school to patronize the loyal mer chants who adverttse yearly IU the Eurekana Wrthout therr help rt would be umposslble to publlsh edltrons of tne yearbook as the subscrrptlons take care ot but halt the actual cost ot producrng the annual Remember them and express your gratltude by your OUR PATRONS contlnued patronage Barnes Fashnon Shop Pacrtqc Mo Ladnes and Children s clothnng and gatts Compliments ot Betty s Beauty Shop Valley Park Mo Complrments of George J Borgstede Branscum s Eureka Gulf Servnce Coads Safety Servlce Ballwln Mrssourl La 7 8859 Eleanor Lewlne Elllsvulle Beauty Shop Elllsvllle La 7 885l Compliments ot Cooksey s Used Furmture Store Eureka Mo County Retrlgeratlon Servuce Co Creve Coeur Prescrnptuon 8. Drug Store D Fztch Ph G Ollve Street Road Tr 2 9597 Complrments otl E Drewel DDS Ju 7289l Ellnsvulle Standard Servuce La 7 8896 Trres Battenes and Acc Fred s Market Frurts 81 Vegetables Manchester Rd 8. Oak Dr Ellnsvllle Mo Complrments ot A FRIEND Glaser s Texaco Servlce Statuon Ballwm Mo La 7 8837 Gudermuth Garage Eureka Ju 7 275l Haberberger Motor Co Pacric Cl 7 2495 Hanephuns Loghouse Cafe Eureka Huberts Snte Statnon Eureka Mo Koebel s Varuety Ballwrn La 7 2765 Glenn Koenneman Market and Food Locker Chestertleld Kraus Bros Market Ballwun La 7 2933 Complrments ot Kroger s Pacutlc Mo Complnments of Dr W C Kruse Lafayette Televrsuon Co Ballwm Mo l44 Manchester Rd La 7 4l2l Leach Clothung Store Clothrng tor Everyone Pacltlc Mo Cl 72277 Luster Barber Shop Eureka Lutke Weldmg 84 Boller Repair Elllsvllle La 7 2890 Mauth Dept Store Pacnqc Dry Goods and Grocenes McLaun Vanety Store Eureka Eagle Stamps Muller s Standard Servlce Statlon PGCIUC Myra Cleaners 81 Launderette Manchester La 7 355l Nlehoft Dairy Eureka Mo Ju 7 354l Ca 7 5407 Queathems Bake Shop Ballwln La 7 4252 Red Cedar Inn Pacrflc Rock Insurance Agency Urban Rock Agent Eureka Stoecker Double Cola Bottlmg Co Thuebes Funeral Home Threbes Furneture Store Pacltlc Mo Cl 7 2730 V 815 Stores Inc For Greater Value and Servlce Ellrsvnlle Ca 7 5577 Valley Mobule Home Court 380 Hughway 66 Va 5 4473 A J WetzelsMarket Pond . 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