Eureka High School - Eurekana Yearbook (Eureka, MO)
- Class of 1965
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SEATED: Robert T. Geggie, Robert Galyon, T. W. Wissore, and Ray H. Collins. STANDING: Al O51
tergaard, W. F. Friedrichs, Robert Stanton, and Morgan Selvidge.
In the past year our school district has become the Rockwood R-6 District.
Our high school has had several improvements this year. The library was
completely remodeled over the summer. We have new shelves, new tables, and wall
to wall carpeting, and draperies. The restrooms have been improved. The driveway
was blacktopped. The cafeteria now provides a sandwich line and a plate lunch.
Our school is only one of the 13 schools in our district all of which have needs . All
of this indicates the long hours which these men give to serving Rockwood R-6.
Mr. Collins, a supervisor for Southwestern Bell, is the Board secretary and has
been a Board member since 1962. ,
Mr. Wissore, the president of the Board of Education, is a supervisor at McDonnel
aircraft and was elected to fthe Board in 1962.
Mr. Friedrichs, a Board member since 1963, is a pharmacist and owner of Shroeder
Drug Store in Ballwin.
Mr. Geggie, who has been on the Board of Education since before 1949 when the
district was reorganized, is a retired farmer.
Mr. Galyon, a brick contractor, is vice-president of the Board and has been a
member since 1962.
Mr. Ostergaard, recently elected, is a teacher of Industrial Arts at Ritenour Senior
Mr. Selvidge is completing his 22nd year of administration for Rockwood R-6
Mr. Stanton, administrative assistant, has been a member of the- administrative
staff for 15 years . '
Not pictured is Doctor Fred Creason, business administrator for 3 years.
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Mr. Jones is
as principal of
School. He holds
Degree in sec-
tration from the
Mrs. Wilma Linz, Secretary to the guidance
Mr. J. Varnum Jones, Principal
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find their duties
range from the
duties to solving
almost any high
Mrs. Roberta Larson, Secretary to the
Ben W. Buddemeyer Dan Capehart
Nelson Cavender Don David
Jack Day Jeanne DuLany
Mrs . DuLany, a newcomer to EHS,
supervises study halls in the afternoon
She has been a home economist for
Union Electric. She too received her
degree from Lindenwood.
Biology and chemistry are taught by
Mrs. Eisenhauer, who each spring
helps students with Science fair entrie
She received her B.S. degree from
Mr. Buddemeyer, who teaches
science and algebra, received his
Master's degree from Missouri
In his third year at EHS, Mr.
Capehart coaches football, "B"
basketball and baseball. Besides
that he teaches driver education.
He received his B.A. degree from
Northeastern State College in
Mr. Cavender, one ofour
social studies teachers, is new
to our high school this year but
not to EHS students, because he
taught at Eureka Junior. High. He
received his B.S. degree from
Central Missouri State College.
Three years as basketball
and track coach have endeared
Mr. David to all students. Mr.
David, Who teaches boys' physi-
cal education, received his
Master's degree from Centralw 4
Have a problem? Need to talk
to someone?--then see Mr. Day,
EHS guidance counselor. Mr.
Day has his Master's degree from
Miss DuLany introduces the
freshmen to English. Miss Du-
Lany received her B.A. degree
from Lindenwood College .
Mrs. June DuLany Mrs. Mae Eisenhauer
f Henry Hyde ' Eleanor Johnson
Members of the football team
and those who attended games be-
came familiar with Mr. Meister,
assistant football coach. Mr.
Meister also received his degree
from Southwest Missouri State.
Although this is only his sec-
ond year on the high school
faculty, displays of student work
prove Mr. Moss's outstanding
ability in Industrial Arts . His
degree is from Lincoln
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Mrs. Mary Kenni harles Mc
Freshmen learn the fundamentals of
government in citizenship, and upper-
classmen explore the realms of the
human mind in psychology under the
guidance of Mr. Giebler, who has his
B.S. degree from Southeast Missouri
Band, choir, glee clubs, orchestra,
and small vocal groups are all under
the direction of Miss Harttman who re-
ceived her Master's from Washington
A clicking of typewriters and ring-
ing of bells are sounds familiar to the
typing classes and the future secretar-
ies who learn under the guidance of
Mrs . Gudermuth Knot picturedj . Mrs .
Gudermuth received her degree from
Southwest Missouri State .
With a degree from the same school
is Mr. Hyde, who teaches American
history and geography.
English Ill is only a part of Miss
johnson's program. The class plays
attest to her fine ability in casting
and directing. Miss johnson is a grad-
uate of Drury College.
All girls become better conditioned
as they follow the routines in P.E .
under Mrs. Kenning, who also teaches
health. l-Ier degree is from Texas
Mr. McDonald received his M.A.
last summer from Central Missouri
State, and students in his commerce
classes are aware of his broad
Wilfred Meister Freeman Moss
l Dan Peterson Ethel Pierce
Mrs. Anne Ritter Mrs. Rose Shanight
7 Muriel Grace S ith Stenerson
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QI enior l1 ature and English ll
are not dissimilar, but shifting
from French to Latin in her
1 thinking requires Miss Williams
to be "on her toes." Her degree
is an M.A. from Washington
Mr. Young joined the faculty
last year as a teacher of math.
His degree from St. Louis Uni-
versity provides the background
for practical and interesting math
Mr. Peterson, one of our new sci-
ence teachers received his preparation
for teaching at Evangel College and
Practical aspects of geometric
figures are displayed each year on the
Christmas tree in Miss Pierce's room.
In addition to math classes Miss Pierce
sponsors National Honor Society. Her
Master's degree was granted by
Missouri University. P
Mrs . Ritter added citizenship to her
usual program of English ll this year.
She received her M.A. from Missouri
Valley College. This year Mrs. Ritter
is president of the Rockwood CTA.
Supervising the student teachers
from the University of Missouri is one
of the many ways of evaluating Mrs .
Shanight's ability in the home econom-
ics field. Family living class this year
gives boys an opportunity for her direc-
tion too. Mrs. Shanight's M.S. is from
Stout University, Wisconsin.
Pottery, lettering, chalk drawing,
and oil painting are but a few of the
aspects of art taught by Miss Smith,
who received her M.S. from Missouri
Mrs . Stenerson is enjoying the
pleasant library atmosphere for helping
students . She also teaches the publica-
tions class. l-ler B.A. is from St.
Dorothy Williams Roland Young
SUMMER WAS OVER
Reluctantly we came back to school
realizing that this was our last year at
EHS . . . We were soon caught up in
the whirl of senior activities . . . A
long wait was over, our rings finally
arrived, we were officially seniors
. . . Class officers and student coun-
cil members were elected to govern our
class . . . The Indian summer days
were made to order for football . . .
Although the Wildcats were not always -
victorious, we cheered them on en-
thusiastically . . . The All-School W
Party opened the social whirl and gave
us a chance to get acquainted with our
fellow students . . . Golden sunshine,
multi-colored leaves and the days
drifted lazily into November . . .
Anna Mae Jones
campaigning to the EHS halls . . .
We Went along with the nation's voters
and picked johnson to Win . . . We
Watched our last football game as stu-
dents, next year we would be alumni
. . . Thanksgiving vacation came as
a welcome respite from the drudgery
of schoolwork .' . 5 With December
came basketball games and unforget-
table soimds--the ball pounding on the
floor, the ref 's whistle, and the roar
of the crowd when We scored . . .
After watching and participating in the
Vespers, the Christmas spirit filled
the halls at El-IS . . . Carols, mistle-
toe, and Christmas shopping put every-
one in a holiday mood . . . Christmas
vacation began and our 1964 school
days were over . . .
Mary Jane Linz
THE NEW TEAR
brought many resolutions to Eureka
. . . After Christmas we returned
unwillingly to our studies . . . There
were more basketball games . . . A
bonfire and sock hop made the Home-
coming a memorable experience . . .
Cold weather could not keep the
FI-IA'ers and their dates from attend-
ing their annual party . . . The
semester end brought dreaded exams
. . . We began to buckle down as we
realized one-half of our senior year
was behind us . . . Valentine's Day
arrived setting the mood for an FNA
party . . . As the weather grew
colder, we waited expectantly for snow
which meant a vacation from school
. . . A holiday finally arrived as we
celebrated Washington's birthday . . .
It was now four months before our
graduation . . .
J ame s Sullivan
Linda Sum m ers
Mary Lou Votaw
MARCH DA TS CAME
bringing gentle sunshine and gusty
winds . . . We played the juniors in
the traditional basketball game . . .
Then came the All-Sports Prom with
its formal attire . . . Practices began
for track, baseball and golf--warm
weather sports which proved spring
was on its way . . . After a short
Easter vacation spring fever reigned
over EHS halls . . . The senior girls
became models as they showed off
their spring outfits in the annual fashion
show sponsored by the Home Economics
department . . . Those of us who
planned to attend college received
notices of acceptance and some of us
received scholarships .p . . Warm
weather came, flowers burst into
bloom, and' we had only two months left
at Eureka A. . .
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Seniors Not Pictured
Billy Rae Moore
Senior Committee SEATED: Carol Musgrave, Barbara Martin,
Madelene Rutz, Belinda Hatcher, Barbara Wallach. STAND-
ING--Ron Durbin, Mike Herman, Gary Sutter. Not Pictured
--Dick Johnson, Richard Mayfield.
Jackie Specht--Vice president fnot pictured,
our last two months at Eureka as
graduation crept closer . . . The '
long anticipated junior-Senior Prom
finally arrived . . . Dressed in
formals and tux we attended the final
social event of our high school years
. . . We enjoyed these last mo-
ments to the fullest, knowing that
they would soon be memories . . .
As the big day drew near, we studied
for final 'exams and practiced walk-
ing to the solemn strains of "Pomp
and Circumstance" . . . The
reading of the Will climaxed the
senior assembly in which special
awards were also presented to some
of us . . . Our senior picnic,
lighthearted on the surface, made us
all somewhat saddened as we
realized this would be one of the
last times all of us would be to-
gether . . . Baccalaureate changed
the mood to the more serious side
. . . Then the moment that we had
waited for with mixed emotions
arrived-- graduation . . . These
were the unforgettable moments
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Mike Mitchell Andrew Morgan Kenneth Mosher
Joe Oberkramef Lillian Oberkrarner Mary O'Del1
NOIID-1 Powell Sandra Prater Linda Prentice
James Rice Glenn Roach Y. ix q,,,fkf,gQlrry Roberds
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Brenda Stewart Linda Stewart Jerry Stone Joel Sumner Paul Szydlowski
Martha Whittington Barbara Willett Linda Williams Robert Woodworth Steve Wortman
Juniors not pictured: Wilbur I-Iofstetter
At long last, we juniors have reached the ranks of the upperclassmen. This
was accomplished, of course, through much diligent study and hard work.
The year held many moments of distinction for our class. The first of these
was the very successful junior play, "Let Me Grow Up." Later on in the year
we battled the seniors in the traditional junior-senior basketball game. As is
the custom, the junior-senior prom, held in the spring, is entirely in the hands
of the juniors. We think that we presented the seniors with one of the prettiest
and most enjoyable dances they had ever had. It 'Was fun for us, too.
With the ordering of senior rings, our thoughts turn to next year. We won-
der what will be in store for us as the 1956-66 seniors of Eureka High.
Jr. Prom Committee BOTTOM ROW--Mary Koebel, Linda Prentice, Fred'DeSa1me, Clinton Jerome, Mike Bran
son, Linda Delmain, Mrs. Shanight--sponsor, Betsy Niehoff, Lyle McWilliams, Stave Wortman, Kenny Mosher,
Sandra Prater, Sandy Dampier. TOP ROW--Linda Williams, Brenda Stewart, Dawn Shoessel, Linda Stewart,
Roland Kieffer, Dave Benton, Bill McReynolds, Dennis Cronin, Nancy Langworthy, Frankie Fritz, Paul Sydlowski
AND SO THE jUNIORS
LOOK FORWARD TO '66
David Benton, President
Kenny Mosher, Vice-President
Brenda Stewart, Secretary
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We sophomores commenced the "half-way" mark in high school. '
The year began with the election of class officers. Robert Lewis was elected
president, Dan Edmiston, vice -president, and Diana Bice, secretary-treasurer.
County government day proved to be an exciting and rewarding experience for
those students elected to county offices.
An interesting day was spent at jefferson City by the sophomore best citizen, who
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FRESHMEN PAR TI CIPA TE
As we first entered the halls of Eureka, we
Freshmen were scared, wary, students g but we
soon found Eureka a warm, inviting place. We
found Eureka more than a building--it was a
home. Our first frightening expectations melted
into dreams of happy, busy years to come.
To lead us through our first unsure months
we chose jane Piel as our president, Larry Ham
merschmidt as vice -president, and Bill Delmain
as secretary of our class.
Our sponsors: Mr. Buddemeyer, Mrs. Guder
muth, Mr. Hyde, Miss Johnson, and Mr. Peter-
son, were always ready to guide us along the
Now that the year has drawn to a close, the A
past days are memories--the future days are
dreams. We go forward--stars have begun to
shine in our eyes--we are slowly proceeding to
our senior days--to graduation--to life.
CLASS OFFICERS: Jane Piel, president
Larry Hammerschmidt, vice-presidentg
not pictured Bill Delmain, secretary.
Freshmen enjoy themselves at the All-School Party.
Freshmen not pictured
OR GA NIZA TIONS
BOTTOM ROW--Betty Becker, Judy Branson, Marian Haas, Gwyn McFarland, Shirley Schenks, Sonja Springman,
Belinda Hatcher, Barbara Martin. SECOND ROW--Joyce Politte, Margaret Friemann, Katherine Mahler, Sharon
Kendall, Doris Pemberton, Marilyn Baron, Carol Musgrave, Mary Jane Linz, Donna George, Linda Delmain.
THIRD ROW--Gwen Price, Sandra Prater, Sandy Dampier, Judy Walton, Trudy Bowen, Vicki Cox, Connie
Combs, Carolyn Longenecker, Betsy Niehoff, Maureen Gorman, Ann Jones. FOURTH ROW--Sharon George,
Paula Runge, Barbara Cobb, Linda Benson, Jan Beckmeyer, Jill Joslin, Patricia Gorman, Sally Pemberton,
Margo Windecker, Debby Berry, Sherlyn Hibbert. FIFTH ROW--Lucille Burton, Deborah Dedmon, Norma Vo-
taw, Kris Rippeto, Carol Carter, Diana Bice, Virginia Schuckmann, Frankie Fritz, Sallie Blomes, Nancy Hull,
Deborah Dockery. SIXTH ROW--Darlene Kratz, Kathleen Howell, Wanda Huskey, Diane DeSalme, Kathy
Case, Mrs. Shanight, Miss Gaddy, Suzanne Couch, Susan Johnson, Kathy Stough, Vicky Hawkins, Linda Huskey.
F.H.A. ACTIVITIES VARIED
The future l-lomemakers of America is one of the very active clubs at our school.
The meetings are scheduled for the third Wednesday of each month. A get acquainted
picnic was given at the beginning of the year and a farewell picnic was held in May.
Many of the members attended the regional meeting held at Desloge, Missouri. At
Christmas and Thanksgiving the members thought of others by preparing food baskets
and giving gifts to children. Several girls compiled a buzz book which has the name,
address, and telephone number of each student and teacher in Eureka junior -Senior
I-Iigh, The most exciting time of the year was the Mardi Gras party.
Judy Branson--regional vice-pres.
Vicki Cox--devotional leader
Marilyn Baron--song leader
Linda Benson- -first vice pres.
Betty Becker--tre asurer
Barbara Cobb--second vice pres.
STANDING--Frankie Fritz- -recrea-
tional leader, Nancy Hull--secretary.
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STANDING: Janice Adams, Darlene Kratz, Susan Johnson, Mary Alice Johnson, Shirley Shepherd, Janice Her-
old, Judy Shepherd, Sally Pemberton. SEATED: Jane Linz, Doris Pemberton, Mary Lou Votaw, Barbara Martin,
Barbara Willett, Roberta Willett, Barbara O'Dell.
F.N.A. CON TRIBUTES TO COMM UNITY
The Future Nurses, in their second year of organization, enjoyed a very active
schedule. This schedule included visiting several hospitals such as Deaconess and
St. Luke's. The members also visited St. Joseph's Hill Infirmary where they met
some 0 the patients and talked with them. The Future Nurses went caroling for the
cancer drive during Christmas week.
A very educational year as a future nurse was climaxed at the Future Nurses Tea
in May when Mrs. Jensen, the sponsor, presented the girls with their F.N.A. pins,
which they had been Working hard to earn during the year .
OFFICERS: Barbara Martin, president, Barbara Willett,
historian, Doris Pemberton, secretary-treasurer, and Mary
Lou Votaw, vice-president.
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Pemberton help Mrs. Jensen.
STUDENTS PLAN CAREERS
SEATED--Darlene Kratz, Judy Branson, Joan Davis, Nancy Langworthy, Martha Duncan, Marie Pfiefer,
Laura Kemper, Betsy Niehoff, Barbara Cobb, Miss DuLany, Shari Schoessel. STANDING--Sandy Dampier,
Paula Runge, Mary Dunwell, Kat-hy Horton, Linda Kirkland, Nancy Hull, Don Kyle, Lyle McWilliams,
Linda Hafley, Joyce Politte, Kathy Taylor.
To some of us who were planning on college or teaching careers, F .T.A. became
an important activity. It provided us with encouragement and knowledge and enabled
us to make preparations for the future. There were many guest speakers and group
discussions, educational trips and group activities. Our meetings were held the
first Wednesday of each monthg they were filledwith learning, discussing and plan-
ning. Miss DuLany sponsored our group.
Miss DuLany, Sponsor
Nancy Langworthy, Parliamentarian and Historian
Nancy Hull, Vice-president
Barbara Cobb, President
Darlene Kratz, Secretary
Joan Davis, Treasurer
- Joyce Politte, Reporter Knot picturedj
GAA' INSPIRES A THLETIC INTEREST
BOTTOM ROW--Mrs. Kenning, Marie Pfiefer, Diane DeSalme, Mary Alice Johnson, Norma Votaw, Shirley Sch-
enks, Gail Spinner, Gwyn McFarland, Vicki Hawkins, Kathy Horton, Brenda Baker, Corlis Curtis, Debby Berry,
Barbara Bouck, Linda Jeffries, Dawn Schoessel. 2nd ROW--Linda Williams, Linda Prentice, Paula Runge, Linda
Leavy, Pat Shelton, Donna Dunwell, Marilyn Baron, Janice Herold, Barbara Wallach, Mary Dunwell, Mary L.
Votaw, Diane Davis, Linda Stewart, Sally Blomes, .Debbie Gaut. 3rd ROW--Debbie Greenway, Mary Powell, Gay
Brannan, Madelene Rutz, Barbara Brown, Jill Joslin, Jan Beckmeyer, Judy Branson, Barbara Martin, Brenda Stew-
art, Barbara Willett, Kathy Taylor, Sherlyn Hibbert, Sally Pemberton. 4th ROW--Edie McLain, Diana Bice,
Brenda Weber, Carol Carter, Lynn Welty, Virginia Schuckmann, Kris Rippeto, Sharon Kendall, Doris Pemberton,
Roberta Willett, Sharon George, Delores Wood, Karen Thomasson, Judy Robison. 5th ROW--Sue Braddock,
Linda Delmain, Vicki Cox, Mary Koebel, Mary O'Dell, Frankie Fritz, Trudy Bowen, Carolyn Curtis, Kathy
Howell, Margie Leonhardt, Sharon Kottwitz, Donna Dutson, Diane Petty, Barbara O'Dell, LAST ROW--Joyce
Politte, Carol Hasty, Sandy Dampier, Nancy Langworthy, Darlene Kratz, Shari Schoessel, Anita Hooker, Eliza-
beth Kearby, Betty Emenheiser, Linda Hafley, Joan Davis, Sharon Dulin, Diann Guffey. -
Officers--Barbara Bouck, secretary,
Dawn Schoessel, vice-president, Gwyn
McFarland, president, Norma Votaw
The Girls' Athletic Association, in its second con-
secutive year at Eureka, enjoyed an active schedule
for 1964-1965. Its purpose is to instill within its
members a varied interest in sports.
At the end of the year, the girls are pre sented
with awards if they have acquired a sufficient number
of points gained by attending meetings, school basket-
balo and football games, participating in sports or
viewing other athletic activities.
Attending a professional hockey game at the Kiel
Auditorium began the schedule of outside events for
GAA. A number of activities followed, and the
members showed a good deal of enthusiasm for their
organization . A
Linda Benson, Ann Jones, Mary Lou Votaw, Doris Pemberton, Barbara Wallach, Betty Becker, Mike
Manuel, Barbara Cobb, Gwyn McFarland, Lillian Piel, Sponsor--Miss Pierce.
NHS HONORS A CHIE VEMENT
National Honor Society, an organization for outstanding students, is in its 15th year
at Eureka High School. The members are chosen by the faculty from the top fifteen
percent of the junior and senior classes. Membership in the Society is based on the
four qualities: character, scholarship, leader ship, and service. Miss Ethel Pierce
is the group's sponsor.
NHS began the school year with six senior members, who had been elected the
previous year. In October four more seniors were elected to the group. In April
more seniors and juniors were chosen by the faculty.
Two initiations, one in the fall and one in the spring, and the 12th Annual Christmas
Reunion Banquet, held on December 28, were the highlights of this year's activities
for the National Honor Society.
Lillian Piel, president, Bar-
bara Wallach, vice-president,
Betty Becker, secretary-
EN TH USIA S TS ENCO URA GE SPOR TSMAN SHIP
Pep club cheerleaders: Lillian Piel, Betty Becker, Carol Musgrave, Sonja Springman, Linda Stewart, Brenda Ste-
wart. BOTTOM ROW: Duncan, Couch, Keeton, Brannan, Runge, Schenks, Cobb, Johnson, Votaw, Dulin, Pfeifer,
Hodges, Fisher, Berry, Lynn, Wood, Hagen, Miller, and Martin. SECOND ROW: Feager, Couch, Gorman, Prater,
Branson, Manuel, Herman, Martin, Freeman, Haas, I-Ierold, McFarland, Spinner, Specht, Bouck, Babb, Adams,
Staab, Mosher, and Mr. Giebler, sponsor. THIRD ROW: Hill, Huskey, Combs, Longenecker, Cox, Niehoff,
Whittington, Prentice, Mayfield, Johnson, Dunwell, Shepherd, Milton, Wood, Wymer, Woodworth, Lewis, and
Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: Stewart, Politte, Davis, Baron, Dunwell, Leavy, Linz, DeSalme, Huskey, Friemann,
Taylor, Gray, Bell, Brown, Schoessel, Brown, Shelton, and I-lafley. FIFTH ROW: Powell, Hatcher, Miles, Bowen,
Delmain, Hasty, O'Dell, Koebel, Kratz, Kirkland, Behrle, Branson, Piel, Hibbert, Beckmeyer, Hoene, and
Downs. SIXTH ROW: Jeffries, Dampier, McLain, Joslin, Gaut, McLain, Greenway, Kemper, Brown, Smith,
Branscum, Jerome, Branson, Berviller, Willet, and Belk. SEVENTH ROW: Pemberton, Bell, Hanlon, Stone,
Sutter, Rippeto, Oberkramer, Bice, Carter, Cronin, Sumner, Davis, Schoessel, and Barton. EIGHTH ROW:
DeSalme, Mosher, Kieffer, Springman, Leonard, Cooper, Elpers, Scheller, Quinlan, Edmiston, Jeffries, Welty,
Schuckman, Hobson, Gorman, Jones, Benson, and Langworthy.
PEP CLUB OFFICERS
Mike Branson- -vice-president
,not Pictured, This year's pep club had an active year. The
pep club supported the varsity and junior varsity
football and basketball teams very enthusiasti-
i cally through all of their games. The many pep
club members greatly help increase school spirit
and make the games more fun.
A new constitution was written and adopted by
the members. Booster pins were sold to create
more spirit. The pins were in the school colors,
purple and gold, and they read, "l'm for the Wild-
cats all the Way."
lst ROW--Betty Becker, Linda Prentice, Nancy Hull, Mary Dunwell, Lillian Piel, Barbara
Wallach, Ann Jones, Doris Pemberton, Linda Benson. 2nd ROW--Mary Lou Votaw, Kris
Rippeto, Betsy Niehoff, Charles Patton, Lyle McWilliams, Joan David, Gwyn McFarland.
Scholastic letters are awarded to students maintaining a 9. 6 grade average for both
semesters of work. Students maintaining this average for more than one year are
awarded chevrons to attach to the letter.
SCHOLARSHIP AND LEADERSHIP RE C OGNIZED
Student council is the medium for student-teacher re-
lationship at Eureka Highs School. Each homeroom
chooses one student representative for the council during
the fall. Student council officers are elected by the stu-
dent body the previous spring.
Among council activities, is the sponsorship of two
school parties. The all-school party, held in autumn, is
provided as a general mixer for all students that they
might have a chance to get acquainted. The second party
is the All Sports Prom. This prom is held in honor of the
five major sports participated in by Eureka I-Iigh. Stu-
dent council also organizes the annual homecoming.
STUDENT COUNCIL QFFICERS Various members of the council regularly attend
Mike Manuel, President, Linda Ben- SA SC meetings with one of the sponsors.
BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Jones, Mike Manuel, Linda -
Benson, Mrs. Stenerson. SECOND ROW: Hugh Mc-
Williams, Mary Shaw, Kathy Taylor, Lillian Piel.
THIRD ROW: Marilyn Fisher, Belinda Hatcher,
Nancy Langworthy. FOURTH ROW: Connie Berry,
Shirley Schenks, Sandy Dampier, Rowland Kiefer.
FIFTH ROW: Kris Rippeto, Jan Beckmeyer, Jerry
Cooper. SIXTH ROW: Diane Davis, Robert Lewis,
Marsha Keeton, Eddy Stewart.
BOTTOM ROW: Cathy Case, Trish Brandt, Lynn Welty, Betty Becker, Pat Maxwell, Don Hill, Shirley Schenks,
Nancy Langworthy, Sharon Kendall, Vickie Cox, Frankie Fritz, Linda Hailey. 2nd ROW: Priscilla Shy, Barbara
Martin, Joe Hagan, James Babbs, Eddy Brown, Ron Durbin, Terry Hill, Kris Rippeto, Mary Alice Johnson, Laura
Kemper, Sandy Dampier, Roberta Willett. 3rd ROW: Jane Linz, Jackie Specht, Janet Belk, Ed Toler, Ricky
Curtis, Steve Wood, Tommy Fritz, Bob Manuel, Steve Downs, Diane DeSalme, Brenda Stewart, Betsy Niehoff,
Linda Stewart, Barbara Willett, Miss Harttman. 4th ROW: Suzanne Couch, Linda Huskey, Wanda Huskey, Paul
Sydlowski, Joe Feager, David Lynn., Earl Adams, Arthur Shy, Joe Petty, Mike Manuel, Richard Mayfield, Dick
Johnson, Mary Lou Votaw, Gail Ann Spinner, Madeleine Behrle, Ann Jones.
EHS BOASTS OUTSTANDING
CHOIR OFFICERS: Richard
Mayfield- -president, Dick MADRIGAL: 1st ROW: Jane Linz, Suzanne Couch, Wanda Huskey,
J ohnson- -vice-president, Betsy Niehoff, Laura Kemper, Linda Huskey, Terry Hill. 2nd
Shirley Schenks--secretary- ROW: Earl Adams, Don Hill, Paul Sydlowski, Ediie Brown, Ron
treasurer. Durbin, James Babbs.
BOTTOM ROW: Barbara Cobb, Martha Dtmcan, Linda Leavy, Susan Johnson, Joe Petty, Mary Lou Votaw, Jackie
I-luskey, Billy Musgrave. 2nd ROW: Ann Jones, Hugh McWilliams, Debby Greenway, Dennis Turlin, Kathy Tay-
lor, Linda Benson, Shirley Shepherd, Joan Davis, Nancy Langworthy, Betsy Niehoff, Gary Collins, Mike Staab.
3rd ROW: Linda Huskey, James Babbs, Gay Brannon, Paul Sydlowski, Suzanne Couch, Sharon Dulin, Jim Kendall,
Mike Manuel, Richard Mayfield, Marsha Keeton, 4th ROW: Pat Shelton, Donna Dunwell, Rick Bell, David Lynn,
Miss Harttman, Joe Feager, Jim Click.
CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA
The Eureka I-Iigh School choir, di-
rected by Miss Harttman, is a very
busy group. Throughout the year, they
have performed for various assemblies,
in the vesper program, in the operetta
--Brigadoon, and in the St. Louis Area
Music Festival which takes place in the
Choir meets everyday as a class,
and the students who take it five days a
week receive a full credit for it.
The Madrigal, an extracurricular
singing group, meets every Tuesday
after school. They sing at assemblies,
the vespers and in the spring music
Even though orchestra meets only
once a week, they perform on numerous
occasions. An assembly and a CTA
appearance started the year off for
orchestra . They accompanied
BRIGADOON, this year's operetta, and
attended the St. Louis Area Music
Festival in the spring of the year.
Orchestra students receive one fourth
credit if sufficient outside practice is
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Sr. triple trio BOTTOM ROW: Janie Linz, Gail Spinner,
Jackie Specht. SECOND ROW: Linda Benson, Ann Jones,
Shirley Schenks, Betty Becker, Barbara Martin, Mary Vo-
Sophomore double quartet SEATED: Sharon Dulin
Marsha Keeton. STANDING: Linda Hafley, Joan
Davis, Susan Johnson, Martha Duncan, Suzanne
. Couch, Paula Runge.
Jr. triple trio At the piano: Darlene Kratz, STANDING:
Linda Huskey, Janet Belk, Nancy Langworthy, Vicki Cox,
Madelene Behrle, Barbara Willett, Frankie Fritz, Pat Max-
Fresh. Triple Trio BOTTOM ROW: Wanda
Huskey, Kathy Milton. 2nd ROW: Kathy
Horton, Anita Hooker, Kathy Beintker, Cor-
liss Curtis, Norma Votaw, Debbie Greenway,
Sophomore Triple Trio BOTTOM ROW: Diana Bice,
Linda Huskey, Carol Carter. 2nd ROW: Kris Rippeto, Boys' Double Quartet: Ron Durbin, Jim Babbs, Terry
Jackie Huskey, Brenda Weber, Lynne Welty, Trish Hill, Eddie Brown, Bob Manuel, Don Hill, Joe Fea-
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Girls Glee Club BOTTOM ROW: Marilyn Fisher, Mary Dunwell, Elizabeth Gardner, Linda Berry, Anita Hooker,
Corlis Curtis, Carolyn Longenecker, Mary Shaw, Jan Adams, Karen Thomassen, Carolyn Adams, Vicki Hunter
Lynn Welty, Debbie Berry, Kathleen Case. SECOND ROW: Margaret Frieman, Linda McDaniel, Judy Branson,
Judy Shepherd, Sharon Dulin, Virginia Schuckmann, Lillian Oberkramer, Sandra Rose, Judy Jeffries, Patricia
Gorman, Sharon George, Linda Huskey, Barbara Hunning. THIRD ROW: Norma Votaw, Sherry Schoessel, Sue
Cloak, Carol Sanders, Brynda Schultz, Susan Johnson, Kathy Bennett, Kathy Beintker, Debbie Dedmon, Dianne
Bice, Sally Blornes, Donna George, Darlene Kratz, Norma Powell, Barbara Hobson, Priscilla Shy, Kathleen Mil
ton. At the piano, Miss Harttman.
Glee clubs meet on alternate days of the Week and provide U4 credit. Al-
though the girl's group was taken in one picture, they met in two sections. Ves-
per program and assemblies provided these groups with opportunities for public
Boys Glee Club At the piano, Miss I-Iarttman. BOTTOM ROW: Mike Staab, Ricky Bowen, Jerry Johnson, Bill
Musgrave, Eddie Brown, Ron Durbin, Jim Babbs, Terry Hill. SECOND ROW: Dennis Cronin, Earl Adams, Jerry
Taylor, Joe Feager, Don Hill, Bob Manuel, Roy Combs.
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FRONT ROW: Debbie Gaut, Debbie Greenway, Sherlyn I-Iibbert, Jan Beckmeyer, Betty Emenheiser, Gary Tem-
pleton, Shirley Shepherd, Ann Jones, Kenny Mosher, Linda Benson, Brenda Stewart, Trudy Bowen, Kathy Bennett.
SECOND ROW: Linda Hafley, Diana Bice, Carol Carter, Kevin Cooper, Linda Stewart, Edie McLain, Anita
Hooker, Pearl Dodge, Dennis Creamer, Mary Alice Johnson, Gay Brannon, Sharon Dulin, Suzanne Couch, Marsha
Keeton, Laura Kemper, Paula Runge, GailAnn Spinner, Delores Wood, Wanda Huskey, Betsy Niehoff. THIRD
BAND PROVES VERSA TILE
The first public performance of band took
place at the student council assembly in
October. Band, numbering seventy members,
marched its Way through the streets of Cape
Girardeau during the Cape Girardeau Home-
coming, October 31. Rallying the crowd, the
band again performed, this time at a football
game. Later, basketball games were em-
bellished With the lively numbers included in
the repertoire of Eureka High's band. ln the
spring, the annual concert was given.
Mike Manuel, Business Manager
Madelene Ruiz, Treasurer
Dick Johnson, President
Ann Jones, Vice-President
Linda Benson, Secretary
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DRA MA TICS
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taw, Brenda Weber, Jane Piel. Rippeto, Patricia Gormon, Brenda Jackson, Barbara
FASHIONS FLING THROUGH FALL
Carol Musgrave, Jackie Specht, Barbara Martin,
Nancy Black, Belinda Hatcher.
The girls in home economics are modeling
their fall fashions. The spring fashion show is
too late in the year to be in the annual, so the
fall fashions were taken. The girls were to sew
to the best of their ability. These girls are in
the ninth through the twelfth grade .
Joyce Politte, Sonja Springman, Barbara
Hunning, Cheryn Miles, Roberta Willet.
Susie Lawson, Carolyn Adams, Kathy Bientker,
Kathleen Case, Paula Florence, Kathy Mahler.
Debby Rachels, Lucille Burton, Virginia
Schuckman, Margaret Frieman, Connie Berry, Betty Becker, Gail Spinner, Gwyn McFarland, Doris
Jan Beckmeyer. Pemberton, Ann Jones, Shirley Schenks.
"Oh, Mommy, look what Mrs. Holden brought Lexie has quite a sleepwalking problem.
jUNIORS PRESENT "LET ME GROW UP"
Lexie . . . . Frankie Fritz
Mary jo . . . Sandra Prater
Matt .... . . Mike Branson
Aunt Lydia . . . . Nancy Langworthy
Muriel .... . . Betsy Niehoff
Arden ....... Linda I-Iuskey
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Nola Fleming . . . Linda Prentice l
Mrs. Holden .... Darlene Kratz
The junior class play, "Let Me
Grow Up, " under the direction of Miss
Eleanor Johnson, was presented l
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BRIGADOON was presented to an enthusiastic audience on March 18 . The operetta
tells the story of the happenings in a fairytale town in Scotland in a combination of
comedy, romance, and tragedy.
The music department, under the direction of Miss Harttman, spent many weeks
in preparation for BRIGADOONQ they did a wonderful job of singing, acting, and staging
On their last day together before the wedding
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ber. This year's program, beau-
tifully directed by Miss Harttman,
consisted of strictly religious
music--the carols were both tra-
ditional and modern. Several
solos from both choir and glee
club were included to vary the
The tableaux, which Miss
Williams designed and painted
were, as always, very inspiring
and breath -taking. The final
scene portrayed a "living" Christ-
mas tree, made up of the choir
members. They then sang tra-
ditional carols in which the
audience was invited to join.
PARTIES PROVIDE CHANGE OF PA CE
Students enjoy both slow and fast dances at the All School Party.
Eureka High students enjoyed two
informal dances this year sponsored by
the Student Council. The first was the
All School Party held in the fall. Besides
dancing, darts and movies were pro-
vided. This party, as always, was well
attended by both the lower and upper
The second dance was a sock hop
following the basketball homecoming.
Everyone shed their shoes and danced
on the gym floor. The sports prom
maids were presented during the hop.
Quiet conversation was preferred by many.
The Homecoming Sock Hop pxoved to be a success
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the theme for the
Music Party was
carried out well by
both the decoration
committee and the
Weather. It was
cold and snowy.
Madeline Rutz and
Mike Manuel were
chosen king and
queen for the 1964-
65 music year .
Jerry Taylor, Diane Bice, Ken Mosher, Carolyn Longenecker, Mike Manuel,
Madelene Rum, Barbara Martin, Don Hill, Mary Lou Votaw, Dick Johnson.
The refreshments were enjoyed by alli
A few had fun with the table decorations.
The first annual All-Sports Prom was held this year on March 6. Five maids were
chosen to represent our five major sports. The girls were Betty Becker, maid of
track, Judy Branson, maid of basketballg Carol Musgrave, maid of baseballg Brenda
Stewart, maid of football, and the radiant queen, Sonja Springman, golf representa-
The couples attending danced to the music provided by the 'Stardusters' .
SAL U TE TO SPOR TS
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and and and
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SPARKS GALA AFFAIR
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Sonja Springman, Golf Queen of the A11 Sports Prom
Barbara Cobb, Queen of the J unior-Senior Promenade
Connie Combs, Junior Maid
Lillian Piel, Senior Maid
Fred Pa1mer's Moonbeams pro
vided the music for the jr. -Sr.
Prom held on May 15. The theme
for this year's prom was "Night
On the Ocean Floor."
Linda Benson, Senior Maid . .
Linda Stewart, J umor Maid
The highlight of the evening
was the crowning of the queen,
lovely Barbara Cobb. The jun-
iors did an excellent job! of
planning and carrying out the
theme of the prom .
A THLE TICS
LE TTERMEN EXCEL IN A THLE TI CS
lst ROW: Coach David, Mike Miller, Bob Woodworth, Lee Hanning, Bob Lewis, Joe Hagen. 2nd ROW:
Ron Peterson, Jim Kendall, Paul Scheller, Fred DeSalme, Jerry Stone, John Rutz. 3rd ROW: Joel
Suxnner, Kenny Mosher, David Benton, Gene Springman, Herbie McLain, Jerry Cooper, Mike Manuel,
Danny Branscum, Leonard Leonard. 4th ROW: Bill McReynolds, Gary Sutter, Dick Johnson, Dennis
Rider, Bill Behrle, Ownie Smith. 5th ROW: Mike Herman, Richard Mayfield, Roland Kieffer, Steve
Downs, Eddie Friemann, Chuck Couch.
The Letterman's Club creates spirit and sportsmanship in each of the various
sports. One of their activities includes sponsoring the Letterman's Club store in
the gym classes.
The members of the Letterman's Club are the leaders of sports in the
school. They make the rules and regulations regarding the athletic activities
and through their athletic ability and school spirit carry them out.
Officers: Dennis Rider, treasurer
Richard Mayfield, secretary,
Mike Miller, vice-president,
Gary Sutter, sergeant-at-arms.
Not pictured: Kenny Davidson,
COWBOY S BATTLE INDIANS
The crowd watched in anxious anticipation as the seconds ticked away
In the traditional jr. -Sr .
game held on Wednesday March
3, the Junior Indians defeated the
Senior Cowboys. The score was
tied throughout the whole game,
but the juniors made a mighty
two points Winning the game by
the score of 53-51.
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FOOTBALL SPARKS SPORTING INTEREST
FIRST ROW: Leonard Leonard, Ron Isgriggs, Charles Patton, Danny Berg, Lee Hanning, Herbie McLain, Dennis
Rider, Ronnie Mosher, and Joel Sumner. SECOND ROW: Chuck Couch, Steve Downs, John McFarlan, Kenny
Davidson, Steve Quinlan, Charles Chapman, John Cronin, and Fred DeSalme. THIRD ROW: Wilford Meister,
coach, Danny Branscum, Dan Edmiston, Dick Johnson, Richard Mayfield, Mike Freeman, Mike Herman, Evan
Clark, Bob Williams, Kenny Mosher, Dennis Barton, and Dan Capehart, coach.
In the second year of football at Eureka High, the Wildcats had another success-
ful season. This year they played seven games, three more than last year, and
some of their opponents were varsity teams. The coaches and all the boys who
participated in the games deserve credit for making this American sport come to
life at Eureka. Through all the games the boys played in a very fair, sportsmanlike
manner--showing that it mattered just as much how you played the games as whether
you won or lost.
Many people attended the games whether at home or away. This year bleachers
were provided for the home games, but some people still chose to bring their own
chairs and blankets to sit on and enjoy the games and the sunshine that prevailed
during the season.
Eureka O Warrenton 19
Eureka 0 Affton 18
Eureka 6 Wentzville 40
Frank Elpers, Kenny Hutcheson, and
Eureka 13 Potosi 53
Gary Sutter as managers and Bob Wood-
Eureka 20 St. Francis Borg-ia 13 worth as trainer helped the team and
Eureka 2 Wellston 51 coach during practice and at the games.
Eureka 7 Northwest 13
Coach Capehart gives last minute instructions to captain
Dick Johnson and co-captain Dennis Rider.
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BASKETBALL DE VEL OPS
BOTTOM ROW: Rick Bell, Steve Jeffries, Mike Niehoff, Roger Branson, Bob Lewis, Lee Hanning, Frank Elpers.
Znd ROW: Bob Woodworth, Jim Whittington, John Hanlon, Danny Edmiston, Eddie Winston, Jim Mims, Doug
Rikard, Coach Capehart.
The junior varsity was enthusiasti-
cally supported by the fans this year. y
Many large crowds cheered the boys on
in their quest for victory. The boys
played hard, and good sportsmanship
prevailed throughout the season. A
trophy was brought back from the Valley
Park Invitational tournament. The
sportsmanship award was presented to
the boys at the South County Tourna-
ment. This year, student buses were
provided to all away games when the
SCHOOL PRIDE AND INTEREST
BOTTOM ROW: Rick Bell, Jerry Stone, Danny Berg, Joel Sumner, Roland Kieffer, Mike Mitchell Frank Elpers
2nd ROW: Bob Woodworth, Butch Pemberton, Bill McReynolds, Dave Benton, Ken Mosher, Mike M11ler Coach
The 1964-65 basketball season was a
success for the Wildcatsf The varsity
started the season by winning their first
games. There were several close
games, ending in a difference of only
a few points. Although our basketball
team didn't win as many games as
everyone would have liked them to win,
they fought hard and displayed good
Danny Berg - -guard
Ken Mdsher- -forward
lst ROW: Lee Hanning, Pat McEnnis, Herbie McLain, Leonard Leonard, Jerry Cooper, Jerry Stone, Gary Sutter,
Don Oberkramer, Mike Manuel. 2nd ROW: Coach David, Dick Johnson, Ron Mosher, Steve Downs, Earl Adams,
Richard Mayfield, Dan Branscum, Owen Smith, Bob Williams, Charles Knopfel, Joe Hagen. 3rd ROW: Steve
Woods, Stanley Morgan, Chuck Couch, Bob Lewis, Larry Roberds, John Rutz, Mike Herman, Larry Bennett, Eddie
fore the track team begins its activities
for 1965, something will be said about
last year's record breaking events.
joe Fruge broke the record for the
Eddie Brown tied the record for the 100-
yard-dash with 10. 6 seconds.
Early in this school year four members
of the track team, Larry Bennett, Danny
D0H't DIOP it! Branscum, Dick johnson, and Gary Sutter
assisted in carrying the Olympic torch
through Eureka on its Way across country.
Since the annual will be published be-
Over the top.
On your mark . . . Ugh!
He flies through the air
with the greatest of ease.
Look out below !
junior division in discus throwing, and ta
This is the third year for the
organization of the golf team. The
Duwe Golf Course offered their
facilities to be used as our home
course again, as it was last year.
Games were played against
Vianney, Lindbergh, and Lafayette
at the Duwe, West-Par, Twin
Lakes, and Sunset courses.
The Eureka Golf Team is
coached by Coach Meister .
Golf Team--Bill McReyno1ds, Fred DeSa1me, Jerry Cooper,
and Lee Hanning.
"And once more the spheroid flew" Awaiting the pitch
Since baseball is a spring sport and its schedule is too late for report in the annual,
We have gathered some pictures of last seasons players. This year we were spurred
on by the great honors which mark the victory of the Cardinals during the past sea-
son. We may not have won the World Series nor the Pennant, but we were out there
"And now the air is shattered by the force of Casey's blow." Shadows fell as he ran for second
CHEERLEADERS BOOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
Lillian Piel, Carol Musgrave, Linda Stewart, Brenda Stewart, Sonja Springman, Betty Becker.
Brenda Stewart and Linda Stewart
Lillian Piel and Carol Musgrave
Betty Becker and Sonja Springman
Shirley Shenks, substitute
The cheerleaders for the 1964-
1965 football and basketball seasons
were elected in the spring of 1964
after trying out before the faculty
and student body. Before the begin-
ning of school, these girls attended
a cheerleading clinic at Hazelwood
High School where they learned
some new cheers and how to help
raise school spirit.
Through both the football and
basketball season, the cheerleaders
led the students in enthusiastic
cheering for the Wildcats. At the
awards assembly, Betty, Brenda,
Linda, Lillian, and Shirley were
given a necklace with a small meg-
aphone on itg and Sonja and Carol
were given chevrons, since this was
their second year as cheerleaders .
The boys in shop
work on and dis-
play their various
CLA SSES PR0 VIDE MA Nr EXPERIENCES
Publications class turned
out the bi-monthly Bugle
and the annual Eurekana.
The library provides area
for getting-together be-
The girls of senior homemaking class tried
their hand at presenting demonstrations.
Literature class pledges allegiance to the
Physics students operate an interesting
Complex experiments are conducted in chemistry.
A CTIVITIES MAKE FOR
Attractive books are prepared by art students.
The problems of everyday life are dis-
cussed in family living class.
Several Students spend part of their school day at the St.
Louis County Technical School.
F.I-LA. collected canned-goods at
Thanksgiving which were distributed to
Students learn how to type with accuracy in typing clss.
Parents get a glimpse of school life on Parent's Night. The preparation of "turtles" is shown to interested
BUSY DAYS AND EVENINGS
Home nursing teaches the right way.
The Vandals provided good music at the sock hop to end a
successful '65 homecoming.
The band provided much spirit at the football games.
Enthusiastic spectators cheered our team on to
THEQQ TOO, ARE A PART
Mrs. Dolores Branson, Mrs. Hilda Smith, manager, Mrs. Emilie Gudermuth, Mrs. Annie Pullen,
Mrs. Marie Huskey, Mrs. Blanche Donovan, and Mrs. Marine Harness.
Mrs. Jenson, Nurse.
Whether We realize it or not we owe many thanks
to the cooks of Eureka Junior -Senior High School
who prepare hot lunches for us every day. Not only
do they serve us lunches, but they also prepare
lunches for Eureka Elementary.
Mrs. Harness, pictured with the staff, Works with
all ten schools in the district planning the menus and
doing the purchasing for the cafeterias.
Mrs. Jenson, our school nurse, is a very busy
and much appreciated member of the Eureka junior-
Senior High staff. She also serves as nurse for other
schools in our district. Mrs. Jenson Works at Eureka
on Tuesday and Friday ready to help if someone is
hurt or becomes ill. She also sponsors the Future
Nurses of America club for those girls who are in-
terested in becoming nurses .
OF OUR SCHOOL
Bus drivers: Harold Schmiedeke, Toby Whitaker and Clinton Jerome.
The bus drivers are another indispensable part
of the staff at Eureka. They have to get up very
early in the morning in order to transport all the
students of Rockwood to their various schools.
They also drive us to away football and basket-
ball games and other extra-curricular activities.
Their safe driving record proves that we are in
good hands when riding in their buses .
How could we ever do without the custodians at
Eureka? No matter what the time of day they are
always ready to help with whatever you're doing--
from decorating for a party to hanging curtains.
And their day doesn't end when the 3:15 bell
rings either. Then they begin the big job of
cleaning up after us .
Custodians: Betty Ramano, Lester McMul
lin, John Smith and Isodore Blechle.
Mr. Craig Wilson, Principal.
Mrs. Trower, as secretary
to the junior high, finds that her
duties varymfrom that of an
average secretary. The problems
of junior high students are ably
handled by Mrs. Trower.
Mr. Wilson is completing his
fourteenth year as principal of
Eureka junior High School. He
holds a Master's Degree in
secondary administration from
Mrs. Iole Trower
Mrs. Ruth Arnold Walter Beranek
Kenneth Bodart Mrs. Barbara Bruns
Everett Bullard DOH David
The junior high girls appreci- i
ate the hints and lessons in home-
making taught by Mrs. DuLany.
She has a degree from Linden-
Mr. Faulkner is currently
teaching social studies at the
junior high. He has a B.S. from
Washington University. ,
Mrs. Arnold has often been seen
giving her math students extra help
outside of class. Mrs. Arnold has a
B.S. degree in mathematics from
Central Missouri State.
junior high is one of the schools in
which Mr. Beranek aids students who
have reading problems. Mr. Beranek
has an M.A. from the University of
Mr. Bodart directs the band and
vocal groups who present many pro-
grams during the year. I-Ie has earned
a B.M. from the St. Louis Institute of
Science is her speciality, and her
name is Mrs. Bruns, Students look
forward to classes conducted by Mrs.
Bruns, who has earned a B.S. at
A fairly recent addition to the
junior high is Mr. Bullard. I-Ie has a
B. S. from Missouri University to his
Mr. David is a friend to all his
gym boys. Mr. David holds an M.A.
from Central Missouri State College.
Mrs. June DuLany Kenneth Faulkner
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Miss Judith Hughes Mrs. Mary Kay Kenning
Wilford Meister Mrs. Virginia Niehoff
Charlton Stanley Mrs. Gladys Stubblefield
Miss Williams, who holds a library
science degree from the University
of Wisconsin, is supervisor of the
junior high library.
Mrs. Sharon David, on Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday, assists in
the junior high library.
Here at Eureka, Miss Hughes
is known for her sweet smile.
Miss Hughes has just started
teaching at the junior high this
year. She holds a B.S. from
Southeast Missouri State Col-
Mrs. Kenning is in charge of
the girls' physical education
classes. Mrs. Kenning has
earned a B.A. from Texas
Mr. Meister coaches both
the seventh and eighth grade
basketball teams. ' He holds a
degree from Southwest Missouri
Mrs. Niehoff sponsors the
school paper plus conducting
her regular English classes.
Mrs. Niehoff has a B.S. from
Southwest Missouri State College.
Cotmsellor for junior high is Mr.
Mr. Stanley, a recent addi-
tion to the junior high staff,
holds a B.S. from Arkansas
Mrs. Stubblefield instructs
the seventh grade English classes
She has a B.S. from Southwest
Missouri State College.
Mrs. Sharon David and Miss Dorothy Williams
EI GH TH GRADE
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We eighth graders came back to junior high full of expectations for this our last
year at Eureka junior High School.
Gur classes this year were a little heavier, and our responsibilities were greater,
too. We became leaders in school government as student council members and class
officers. And there were more activities for us this year. Some of us edited the
EUREKA CRIER, our school newspaper. There were, of course, basketball games
to cheer at and parties to attend.
As we received our diplomas in June, we looked forward to our next September and
our four years at EHS.
Eighth Grade Not Pictured. Seventh Grade Not Pictured.
Mary Lou Miller
Wayne Van Offord
SE VENTH GRADE
Harold Di ekmann
Mary Lou Eddy
Eleanor Hilem an
Lou Ann Paul
We seventh graders came to Eureka junior High from two schools, Eureka Ele-
mentary and Vandover School. Consequently, last September new friendships were
made, and old friendships were renewed.
Our lives became more complicated as we entered junior high. Schedules were
more rigid as we moved from class to class- -and the locks on our lockers certainly
didn't help matters.
But there were happier moments, too. Assemblies, programs presented at night,
basketball games with other schools, and dress-up parties became a part of our teen
A C TI VI TIES
LEADERS ARE WE
SEATED: Mike Lewis, Tim Thomas, Chris Collins, Lynda Davis, Elaine Truitt, Debbie
Bowen, Johnny Marshall. STANDING: Jim Click, Mrs. Niehoff.
BOTTOM ROW: Kay Sowards, Dennis
Adams. MIDDLE ROW: Suzanne Rutz,
Jim Click. TOP ROW: Linda Runge,
The members of the Eureka Junior High
School Student Council are elected at the be-
ginning of the school year. Each homeroom
is represented in the Council.
Among their activities, the Student Council
is responsible for the school parites. One of
these parties was given in October.
Mrs. Virginia Niehoff sponsors the Student
The Eureka Junior High School Patrol is
selected by the principal, Mr. Wilson, on
the basis of previous upstanding conduct.
The School Patrol members, proudly wear-
ing their badges, help to keep order in the
halls between classes and after school when
buses are loading.
Mr. Bullard sponsors the School Patrol.
BOTTOM ROW--Danny McKinley, Suzanne Rutz, Doris Richardson, Linda Runge, Linda Null, Elaine Truitt,
Bonnie Kyle, Linda Davis, Mathew McWilliams. 2nd ROW--Leland Holland, Kurtis Leavy, Bill Leuthauser,
June Windecker, Ruth Jaques, Paula Cope, Kay Blecher, Mary Horn, Gary Downs, Vera Howell, John Lewis,
David Carter, Mike Lewis. BACK ROW--Mary Foulk, Harry Schuckmann, Christine Hutcheson, Steve Herman,
Mr. Bodart, Ray Kendall, Danny Rankin, Mark Foulk, Larry Byler, Mike McDonald, Gary Dake, Dean Schoes-
sel, Bill Pfeifer, Toni Manion, Dan Hafley, Dale Crane, Doug Bell, Rebecca Williams.
BAND AND ORCHESTRA PLAY AN
The band meets every day under the direction of Mr. Kenneth Bodart.
Public appearances included a part in the "Happy Holidays" program, half-
time entertainment at junior high basketball games, and the spring concert,
the combined Elementary and Junior High Band Instrumental. The band also
performs at assemblies.
There is much added activity for the band when spring rolls around. They
participate in the Music and Ensemble festivals along with most of the county
schools. The final performance of the year is the graduation exercises. ,
This year as a special project the band sold candy before Christmas to
raise money for its fund.
BOTTOM ROW--violins--Judy Adams, Sally Reis, Viola--Stuart Morgan, Cello--Gary Fritz, Gary Col-
lins. SECOND ROW--Violins--June Hofstetter, Vicki Reid, Christine Hutchinson, Flutes--Mathew
McWilliams, Linda Davis, Clarinets--Doris Richardson, Suzanne Rutz. THIRD ROW--Trumpets--Mark
Foulk, Cary Dake, French Horn--Gary Downs, Alto Saxophone--Steve Herman. STANDING--String
Bass--Jim Click, Snare Drum--Dale Crane, Bass Drum--Danny Hafley. Piano Linda Null.
IMPORTANT ROLE IN OUR SCHOOL
The orchestra meets every day under the direction of Miss Marie Harttman.
Public appearances for the year include a part in the spring concert, a musi-
cal presented every year by all phases of the junior high music department.
The orchestra played for assemblies during the school year.
The orchestra, like the band, takes part in the Music and Ensemble festival
i.n the Spring. These added activities provide entertainment as well as learning
for orchestra members.
HAPPY H OLIDA T S PRESENTED
"Happy Holiday" was the name chosen for the Christmas program which the band
and vocal groups presented to a large audience December 7.
Patriotic songs, old favorites, and Christmas music made up the entirety of the
program which was enjoyed by all. Debbie Freeman narrated the entire program pro-
viding continuity between selections. The seventh grade sang patriotic songs and the
eighth grade sang the Christmas songs. The band contributed in both parts of the
program with Christmas selections and marches .
The band members awaited their
part of the program.
The audience watches and enjoys the program.
CHEERLEADERS -MAjORE TTES PERF ORM
KNEELING: Sharon Phillips, Stella Palmer, Janet Rippeto, Doris Richardson.
STANDING: Linda Runge, Linda Knull.
Cheerleaders for the junior high team provided zest and vigor throughout the entire
basketball season. The girls were chosen in the fall after try-outs before the student
The junior high school band was adorned with a touch of beauty by its three ma-
jorettes, who were selected, also, in the fall so that the incoming seventh graders
would have a chance to try out.
Linda Buffer Kay Sowards Mary Horn, Melinda Snodgrass, Linda Davis.
BASKETBALL PROM OTES TEAM
BOTTOM ROW: Steve Herman, Bruce Hawkins, David Marsden, Wayne Crane, Dean Schoessel, Kurtis
Leavy. BACK ROW: Ray Israel, Bob Coffey, Harold Diekmann, Coach Meister, Mike Thomas, Clif
Sowards, Ricky Sumners.
SE VENTH GRA DE
Although the seventh grade
team Wasn't too victorious, the
boys learned good sportsmanship
They showed promise and we
will look forward to seeing them
play next year .
PLA2' AND SPORTSMANSHIP
Eureka 17 Pacific 51
Eureka 31 Valley Park 30
Eureka 15 Hancock
Eureka 36 McKinze
Eureka 32 Valley Park 23
Eureka 36 Sullivan 23
Eureka 14 Mehlville 54
Eureka 21 Crestview 32
The Eureka Cubs had a suc-
cessful season this year. They
42 won several games, and played
55 hard. Their sportsmanship was
commendable, especially during
the last minutes of the close
EI GH TH GRA DE
BOTTOM ROW: James Click, Ed Hanephin, Dan I-Iafley, Alen Davidson, Bill Clinton, Jim McReynolds,
Richard Viehland, Bobby Bennett. BACK ROW: Clinton Sartors, Ricky Branson, Dale Crane, Dennis
Adams, Dennis Branson, Dennis Bopp, Terry Rowles, Coach Meister.
Barbara Oberkramer, Diane Rankin, Janet Rippeto, Mary I-Iorn, Denise Dooley,
Linda Buffer, Linda Spurgeon.
FASHIONS FORECAST SUCCESS
STANDING: Christine Burton, Fran Patton, Donna Gray. STANDING: Linda Maddox, Irene Brown,
SITTING: Linda Russell, Karen Weber. Brenda Pollard. SITTING: Cheryl Coombs.
Some girls in the junior high have taken home economics this year for the first
time. This fall the girls made a garment. For most of the girls this was the first
garment they ever made. These girls proudly model their fall garments.
STANDING: Elaine Florence, Jackie
Baker, Louise Williams. SEATED: Joan
Sue Edmiston, Margot Kidd, JoAnn Brown, Betty Brown. Lewis.
Qlfszmaiififsisgefe na L, ,E-it
Students in Eighth grade English classes work on the EUREKA CRIER.
WE ENjOT OUR ACTIVITIES
Students eagerly watch one of many such
The library staff keeps the library in tip-top shape.
Boys tool leather belts in shop class.
Home economics proves useful to
Pulleys and a U.S.
map seem to be the
subject of the day for
Ann Jones Richard Mayfield
FNA, Pep Club
Barb ara Cobb
Mike Manuel Lillian Piel Kenny Davidson
Student Council NHS Letterman
A C TI VI TIES
Basketball 25 baseball 2.
BECKER, BETTY 5
Glee Club 15 Scholastic Letter 1,2,3,45 honor roll 1,2,
3,45 All Sports Prom Maid5 G.A.A. 15 madrigal 35
girls' ensemble 1,2,3,45 class officer lg F.H.A. 1,2,3,
45 officer 1,2545 pep club 1,2,3,45 officer 15 National
Honor Society 3,45 officer 45 student council 2,35
junior prom committee5 County Government Day 25
cheerleader 45 operetta 1,3,45 junior play5 vespers 1,
Letterman's Club 25 pep club 25 baseball5 football.
Orchestra 2,45 basketball manager 4.
F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 officer 3,45 G.A.A. 1,35 glee club 15
orchestra 3,45 pep club 1,2,3,45 officer 25 County
Government Day 25 class officer 15 homeroom officer
35 student council 45 officer 45 junior play5 junior prom
committee5 National Honor Society 45 Scholastic
Letter 35 annual co-editor5 girls' ensemble 4.
Entered from Lafayette 35 basketball 45 baseball 45
track 45 football 45 glee club 35 Letterman's Club 45
Technical School 4.
Pep club 2,3,45 Glee club 3,45 student council 35
junior prom committee5 girls' ensemble 4.
Glee club lg vespers 15 library staff 35 operetta 15
fashion show 1,3,4.
Fashion show 1,2,4.
Student council 15 glee club 15 F.H.A. 1,25 officer 35
regional officer 45 G.A.A. 1,3,45 F.T.A. 45 pep club
1,2,3,45 County Government Day 25 homeroom officer
45 junior prom committee5 Sports Prom Maid5 vespers
1,35 honor roll 1,2,3,45 assistant director of jr. play.
Glee club 1, student cuoncil 15 orchestra 1,2,3,45 class
officer 2,35 homeroom officer 2,35 County Government
Day5 F.H.A. 2,3,45 officer 45 F.T.A. 3,45 president 45
junior play5 junior prom committee5 pep club 1,2,3,
45 National Honor Society5 honor roll 2,3,45 vespers 1,
2,3,45 Jr.-Sr. Prom Maid5 operetta 4.
Glee Club 4.
Track 2,3,45 football 3,45 basketball manager 35
Letterman's club 3,45 pep club 1,2,3,45 County
Government Day 25 Junior prom committee.
Basketball 1,2,35 track 1,2,3,45 football 3,45 Letter-
man's Club 2,3,45 president 45 County Government Day
25 pep club 1,2.
Technical school 4.
Pep club 1,2,3,45 glee club 1,2,3,45 F.T.A. 3,45 G.A.A.
3,45 vespers 1,2,3,45 Scholastic Letter5 honor roll 1,2,
3,45 Curators Award 45 senior sextette.
Madrigal 3,45 glee club 3,45 boys' ensemble 3,45
junior play5 operetta 3,45 senior committee5 pep club
1,2,3,45 vespers 3,45 County Chorus 4.
Entered from Valley Park High 3.
Glee club 3.
Glee club l,2,45 pep club 2,45 student council 45
homeroom officer 1,25 County Government Day.
Pep club 1,25 G.A.A. 1,35 officer 15 student council
2,35 homeroom officer 2,45 cheerleader 35 County
Government Day 25 vespers 1,2,3.
Glee club 15 track 25 football 35 baseball 35 pep club
2,35 junior prom committee5 homeroom officer 35
Letterman's Club 4.
Entered from Webster High 35 F.H.A. 3,45 G.A. A. 35
pep club 3,45 honor roll 3,45 twirler 45 student
council 45 senior committee5 homeroom officer 45
Community Leader Reporter.
Homeroom officer 1,2,3,45 junior prom committee5
junior play5 senior committee5 class officer 25 pep
club 1,2,3,45 County Government Day 25 Letterman's
Club 1,2,3,45 track 3,45 baseball 15 football 45
operetta 25 vespers 253.
Girls' glee club 15 junior prom committee5 G.A.A. 3,
45 F.N.A. 3,45 vespers 1.
Madrigal 1,2,3,45 boys' ensemble 1,2,3,45 glee club
15 operetta 1,3,45 F.T.A. 35 vespers 1,2,3,45 County
Chorus 3,45 junior prom committee 5 Community
Press Reporter 45 Music Festival 1,2,3,4.
HODGES, PATSY '
Glee club 1,2,3,45 pep club 1,2,3,45 homeroom offi-
cer 15 girls' ensemble 1,2,35 vespers 1,2,3.
Glee club l,2,45 office staff 4.
Glee club 1,2,35 County Chorus 25 operetta 35 F.N.A.
3,45 homeroom officer 15 girls' ensemble 2,35 vespers
2,35 madrigal 35 Music Festival 2.
Operetta 15 vespers 1,25 baseball 3,4.
Pep club5 junior prom committee.
Track 1,2,3,45 homeroom officer 35 football 3,45
captain 45 class president 45 junior prom committee5
operetta 3,45 vespers 1,2,3,4.
Sophomore Best Citizen award5 White House Conference
Rep. 45 honor roll 1,2,3,45 student council 15 junior
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3,45 homeroom officer 253,45 F. .,25 p club 1,2, PE R N, DORIS
3,45 orchestra 1, 3,45 cholasti r l,2,3,45 All- 5 e ub 15'VeSpe1'S 15 G.A.A. 3,45 F.H.A. 45 F.N.A.
County Chorus 25 ' s' ensemble 53,45 ju kyfpr m 545 officer 3,45 junior prom committee5 Scholastic
committee ub 15 u 0- zdlgfkjl Letter 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Girls' State
JONES, E , Q ' representative5 fashion show l,2,3,45 honor roll 1,2,3,
1 5.,. EH .5 e club5 juniqftpro co tee. 4.
I f KL LL, JAMES S , PEMBERTON, MARTIN
5 LjTra k 35 aseball Qforch A3545 opere ta 1 tter- Baseball 3,45 basketball l,2,3,45 track 45 Letterman's
I man's ub 5 B Club 3,4.
5 KEN ,A L, R NVQ, IIN, ' PETERSON, RONALD
, Gleef lu 15 .T.m-AZ., ,45 F.H.A. 2 , 5, . .A. 1, Track 25 baseball 35 Letterman's Club 45 Glee Club 35
3,45 pe cl A ' ,3, 5 operetta 3 5 ' ni prom pep club 1,2,35 homeroom officer 1.
om itte . PFEIFER, MARIE
1 1 O , 5 RLEEN ' Pep club 1,3545 G.A.A. 3,45 F.T.A. 3,25 glee club 2.
Q J ST, ROYCE PIEL, LILLIAN
Q nical School 45 basketball manager 35 junior Honor roll l,2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45
lp rn committee. President 45 Scholastic Letter l,2,3,45 class officer 1,
Glee club 1.
LINZ, MARY JANE
j Glee club 15 operetta 3,45 F.H.A. 152,3,45F.T.A. 15
1 F.N.A. 3,45 girls' ensemble 2,35 madrigal 3,45 honor
roll 1,45 vespers l,2,3,45 junior prom committee5 pep
' club 1,2,3,4.
Glee club 4.
Glee club 15 orchestra 1,25 operetta 15 G.A.A. 1,3,45
officer 45 F.H.A. l,2,3,45 honor roll l,2,3,45 Scholas-
tic Letter l,2,3,45 pep club l,2,3,45 junior play5
junior prom committee5 National Honor Society5 ves-
Q pers 1,2,3.
, McWILLIAMS, CANDY
Transferred from Charleston High 25 fashion show 25
5 junior prom committee5 office staff.
y' MANUEL, MICHAEL
5 Letterman's Club 2,3,45 pep club 2,3,45 president 35
student council 15 president 45 operetta l,2,3,45 F.T.A.
25 National Honor Society 4.
1 MARTIN, BARBARA
Entered from Notre Dame 35 pep club 45 president 45
glee club 35 G.A.A. 3,45 vespers 3,45 senior committee5
1 honor roll 3,45 girls' ensemble 3,45 F.N.A. 3,45 offi-
Q cer 35 president 45 operetta 3,45 homeroom officer 3,
5 45 F.H.A. 45 Co-ed reporter5 Tri-County Journal re-
l MAXWELL, WELDON
1 Vespers 1,2,35 basketball 25 operetta 253.
Letterman's Club 3,45 F.T.A. 25 operetta 153,45 senior
committee5 vespers l,2,3,45 boys' ensemble 2.
Pep club 1,25 F.N.A. 15 fashion show 1.
Homeroom officer 15 F.H.A. 1,45 junior prom commit-
tee5 senior committee5 pep club 1,25 officer 25 stu-
dent council 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom Maid 35 All-Sports Maid
5 45 class officer 35 majorette 1,2,35 cheerleader 354.
1 NORRIS, LYNNE
5 Transferred from Lafayette High 4.
. OBERKRAMER, DONALD
1 Homeroom officer 15 junior play5 track 35 student
2,45 student council 2,45 pep club 2,35 cheerleader 45
junior prom committee5 Jr.-Sr. Prom Maid5 vespers
152,35 County Government Day 2.
Entered from Notre Dame High 45 pep club 45 F.T.A.
45 officer 45 F.H.A. 45 G.A.A. 45 Pacific Transcript
G.A.A. 3,45 F.H.A. 35 pep club 2,3,45 glee club 15
junior prom committee5 homeroom officer 45 ma-
jorette 45 office staff 45 honor roll 3,45 Globe-Demo-
crat reporter 5 fashion show 1,35 operetta 4.
Honor roll 45 glee club 15 junior prom committee5
library staff 35 office staff 4.
Pep club 2,35 track 15 basketball l,2,3,45 homeroom
officer 152,35 County Government Day 25 Letterman's
Club 2,35 junior prom committee5 class officer 3.
Student council 2,35 homeroom officer 1,45 glee club
15 G.A.A. 3,45 pep club 1,2,35 junior prom committee5
senior committee5 vespers 1,2,3,4.
Junior prom committee5 glee club l,2,3,45 office
staff5 library staff 35 fashion show 1.
F.H.A. 3,45 officer 45 G.A.A. 45 homeroom officer
3,45 honor roll l,2,3,45 junior prom committee5 pep
club 3,45 orchestra 35 operetta 3,45 cheerleader 45
girls' ensemble l,2,3,45 student council 45 glee club
1,25 office staff.
Glee club 15 pep club 2,3545 vespers 15 fashion show
1,45 office Staff, homeroom officer 3,45 junior prom
Orchestra l,2,3,45 Glee club 2,35 pep club 3,45 girls'
ensemble 1,2,35 junior prom committee5 F.N.A. 3,45
Basketball 25 operetta 15 vespers 15 track 2,35 baseball
35 pep club 1,2,35 homeroom officer 2.
Operetta 45 Basketball Prom Maid 25 student council 1,
25 officer 35 vespers 45 office staff 45 fashion show 1,
45 junior prom committee5 homeroom officer 45 cla
officer 45 honor roll 4.
SPINNER, GAH. ANN
Operetta 3,45 homeroom officer 45 pep club 1,3,45
G.A.A. 3,45 girls' ensemble 2,3,45 glee club 1,25
junior prom committee 5 technical school 45 honor
roll 35 office staff 4.
Entered from Sullivan High 25 honor roll 4.
Homeroom officer 2,35 G.A.A. 35 F.H.A. 3,45 honor
roll 25 class officer 35 Jr.-Sr. Prom Maid 35 Sports
Prom Maid 45 cheerleader 3,45 pep club 2,3.
Junior prom C0mmittee5 Letterman's Club 2,3545
basketball 2,35 baseball 2,3,45 track 15 pep club 2,35
Pep club 45 student council 4.
Pep club l,2,3,45 track 2,35 baseball 35 football 35
manager 45 Letterman's Club 3,45 officer 45 senior
TAYLOR, CHART ENE
Glee club l,2,3,45 pep club 15 G.A.A. 1.
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Technical school 3,45 junior prom committee.
Glee club 3,45 vespers 3,45 basketball 3,45
VOTAW, MARY LOU
Honor roll 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 home-
room officer 1,45 F.N.A. 3,45 officer 3,45 G.A.A. 3,45
pep club 45 orchestra 45 glee club 1,2,35 junior prom
committee5 girls' ensemble 253,45 Scholastic Letter 3
Pep club 2,35 G.A.A. 35 fashion show 1,3,4.
Glee club 15 County Government Day 25 honor roll 1,
2,3,45 junior prom committee5 junior play5 F.N.A. 35
G.A.A. 45 National Honor Society5 officer 45 senior
Pep club 3.
Pep club 1,25 honor roll 35 glee club 1,2,35 vespers 1,
45 operetta 45 fashion show 1,45 G.A.A. 3,45 officer 3
F.N.A. 3,45 office staff.
WILLIAMS , ROBERT
Track 3,45 football 4.
Pep club 15 basketball 25 junior prom committee5
operetta 15 technical school 3,4.
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