Feitshans High School - Log Yearbook (Springfield, IL)

 - Class of 1966

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He received his Bache- lor's Degree in i929 and his MasTer's Degree in I936 Trom The UniversiTy oT Illinois. He also received a Bachelor of Law degree Trom The Lincoln College oT Law in l947. ln I929 Mr. Wax began his Teaching career in The Divernon School DisTricT. He ioined The FeiTshans sTaTT in I934, and served as a Teacher and TooTball coach unTil he became assisTanT principal. In I949 Mr. Wax Took over The duTies oT principal and devoTed sevenTeen years in ThaT capaciTy To our school. IT is impossible To Tell in This brief space all Mr. Wax accomplished Tor FeiTshans in Those sevenTeen years. Perhaps The besT way To "sum iT up" would be To "look" around The communiTy To The many ways FeiTshans' sTudenTs have Taken a place in our socieTy--all exhibiTing many oT The sTandards Mr. Wax encouraged and promoTed as an adminisTraTor. ThaT is The only True way To measure a Teacher's success--The resulTs-years laTer. Mr. Wax made a lasTing impression on all who have walked These halls during his adminisTraTion: sTu- denTs, TaculTy. parenTs, employees, visiTors, board members. Now, wheTher pasT or presenT associaTions, all join in congraTulaTing Earl Wax on a iob well clone. All willmiss him. FeiTshans losT an honored and respecTed principal, buT The FeiTshans family has noT losT a True and loyal Triend. The cake given Mr. Wax in apprecia- Tion of 32 years service aT Feifshans. W gs , KV ffm if l if wi. QSHF '95 ' '1Ss.,., if .R Q., g 'WW nm f 5 gy K Q W at 3 . fg- 9 S , AJ "!5 xml- S., When FeiTshans Opened iTs doors To high school sTudenTs, among The TirsT TO greeT The sTudenT body was ElizabeTh Cogswell. Miss Cogswell, a graduaTe OT lllinois College, Jacl4- sonville, was a member OT The English deparTmenT and direcTOr OT dramaTics, ThrOughOuT iTs TOrmaTive years, she did much TO mold Our high school inTO The proud insTiTuTiOn iT is Today. Talcing graduaTe worlc Trom The UniversiTy OT lllinOis, she was granTed a MasTer OT ArTs Degree. AlThOugh no OTher degrees were in her educaTional plans, Miss Cogswell aTTended many summer sessions and worlcshops which aided her in Teaching her classes and Ialer gualiTied her Tor The appoinTmenT To The pOsiTiOn OT Dean OT Girls. AlThOugh Miss Cogswell gave a high priOriTy TO her school duTies, she always Tound Time To cOnTribuTe generously OT her TalenTs TO her church, her cOmmuniTy, and her proTession. Someone Once said, "Service is The renT we pay Tor Our place in sOcieTy." She has made more Than her paymenT in Tull. Capably she headed The SpringTield EducaTiOn AssOciaTiOn, and she has held several oTTices in DelTa Kappa Gamma, an honorary OrganizaTiOn Tor women educaTors. Many civic Or- ganizaTiOns Owe her a sincere Thanlr you Tor her worlc, parTicu- larly if The OrganizaTiOn had as iTs goal The beTTermenT OT our youTh Or The imprOvOmenT OT Our communiTy. For cOunTless number OT sTudenTs who wanTed TO aTTend col- lege buT who TelT iT was a Tinancial impOssibiliTy, Miss Cogswell Tound scholarships and parT-Time iobs and gave The encourage- menT They needed TO Taclcle The "impossible" For OThers her rappOrT wiTh The business people OT our ciTy and Their cOnTi- dence in her iudgmenT meanT iobs aTTer graduaTiOn. For hundreds OT girls wiTh problems, real Or imagined, big Or small, Miss Cogswell was ready To lisTen wiTh sympaThy and guide wiTh wisdom. NO one will be more missed in The years TO come Than ElizabeTh Cogswell. l-lowever, To The sTudenT body, The alumni, and her Tellow workers, Miss Cogswell will always be "Miss l:eiTshans." MISS COGSWE LL RETIREQ Senior Class PresidenT, SCOTT Fisher, presenTs Miss Cogswell wiTh a bouqueT OT roses aT The RecOgniTiOn Assembly. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Roberi Carpenler Mr. Carpe-n+er is a necessary parl of The life ar Feiishans. Be- sides his adminisirralive dufies, he supervises all eller-game dances. all home aihlelic evenls. noon hour recrealion and dances. and The Neighborhood Youirh Work Pro- gram. I-le is also aclrive in P. T. A. and Boosfer Clulo commiilee work. OUR COUNSELORS Clyde McQueen Mr. McQueen is Ihe boys' counselor for Feifshans. Besides giving college guidance and vocaiional informaiion, he does scheduling and is The lunch line supervisor. Maryann Reim Miss Reim is Ihe sophomore and iunior girls' counselor. She gives advice in such ma'r- 'rers as schedules, jobs, school life, and ac- +ivi+ies. X X FACULTY PHIL ACTON B.S. General Business, Typing, Physical Educalion, Swimming, Tennis Assislanl Foolball Coach VERNON BEIER B.Ed.. B.S. Physics, Cliemislry -whiff ROBERTA BERGMANN GLADYS BLACK DON BRETSCH B.s. Ph.E., MA. B,g,, Mg, English Enqlish Driver Education, lnduslrial Arls, Driver LOG advisor Training Boys' lnlramu rals Mrs. Engez is lousy making ou? lwer daily "black lis'r" for overdue books. ,X - . -lf.-vs gf , ,.,..-W. -fx CHARLES CHILDS B.S. Prinling, Advanced Prinling, Advanced Woodwork CATHRYN COTH REN B.S., M.S. Government Economics, World Affairs, Geography, Sludenl Communily Fund Drive DOROTHY ENGEZ B.S., lVl.Ed. Scliool Librarian VIRGINIA ERICKSON B.Ed. Typing, Slworlnand, Office Pracfice Fulure Socrelaries of America J' 1 44..g JOHN GARDNER VICTOR HABERLE CARL HEIDEN B-Sq AA., BA., MA. BA. 50Ci'-VIOQYI American Govemmemi Laiin, Spanish Beginning Woodwork, Mechanical Wresfling Team Coach Drawing BESS KASISKE NORMAN KELLEY THEODORA KOEPPEN B.S. B.S. B.S. 5hOrH1and.Typinq English. Speech Physical Educafion, World Hisfory 1' ROBERT KYES B.S. American l-lislory Assisfanl Baslcelball Coach, Baseball Coach GEORGIA LUTTRELL B.S.. M.A. A Cappella Choir, Girls' Choir. Junior Choir, Feifshaneiies, Feifshanaires, Music Theory Class Simon and Garfunlcel?? GERALD MAISENBACH ER BS. Biology, Physiology Assislani Foofball Coach, Assisianl' Traci: Coach CHARLES MARLER B.S. Biology Youlh for Christ Science Club. Golf Coach ' If' FX XJ: Saw ..-sv -' LeROY MARSH STAN MCKELVIE A.A., B.S. B.A. Arl' Disfribufive Educalion JOHN MCCOY B.S., M.A. Driver Training Foofball Coach MELVIN MCCOY NORMAN PATTON B.Ed., M.Ed. M B.S. Direclor School Band Office Occupafions Class Office Occupalions Club HELEN PEIFER B.A., M.A. Aeronaufics, Advanced Algebra. Col- lege Algebra Trigonomefry, Advanced Mallw Mu Alplwa Thela You're nol supposed lo draw all people 'rlming +l1ey're iusf noi made lhal' way. 6. NFI SON ROGERS B. S. Biology Assislam' Swimming Coach FLYER Adivsor ROBERT ROWE B. Ed., M. Ed. American Hislory MARVIN SCHULTZ B. S. Bookkeeping, General Business A+l'ile+ic Direclor Senior Class Sponsor SOPHIA SHEFFI ELD B. S. Foods, Clolliing Fulure l-lomemakers of America Qu :gk S41 14 , L.-A gi.. RICHARD Slvil-lH B.S. Algebra l Sludenl Council EDWARD SPARKS B.S. Geomelry Science Club DAVE SPONSLER B.S. Physical Educafion, Head Varsily Baskelball Coach JOAN TERRELL B.S. French l, ll, and lll M if .za F. 1 Mrs. Koeppen illusfrafes whar happens io all lhose magazines and paperbacks Teachers confiscaie. DEAN TII-I-MAN MARIAN 'l'OlVlLllNlSON B.S., MS. B.S, WOVlCl Hisfory Family Living, Advanced Clollwing Feilslwans Lellermens Club Child Cafe Cross COUNTY- Track Fulure Homemdlcers of America JILL VAUGHN B.S. Homemaking 'ln-an XA LEWIS VAUGHN JUDlTl'l WALSH SANDRANNE WANDS l B.S. B.S.. MS. B.S. Diversified Occupalions Physical Educalion English Cheerleaders, 6.A.A.. Gvmnaslics Drama Club Adviggr Club, Girls' lniramurals ELLEN WHITNEY HELEN WHITNEY CSAIL ZITTEL B.Ed. A.A., B.A. B.A. American Government English English English Sfuclenl Council Advis WILLIAM BROWNIN6 l'I. FRANCES BATCHELDOR JULIA CIHAK Communily 5ChOOl SUPSFVISOF bpeech Correclionisi' School Nurse A I WT' c. rn 3' Z T T rn 7U c. O D, Z Z rn an O I C: r- -I N 0 IP I O 1'- -4 Z 4 rn I O 4 O 0 o C 3 U. fl. o 1- w Q CD 1 7T' um cu O -1 no -4- OI -. -4 D' 'O' 'P nw 3 Q. GJ 3 rs co Q cn -1 75- aka The cafeieraa staff sfandmg from leff o Ighf IS Krug Ann Janowlak Mary Lefrere M I Ire Brown and Mary Malsenbacher The Cus+odian shaft, seaied from leff 'fo right is Leonard PolleH', Nadine Bis- by. Mafilda Brown, and James Wolf, Sr. Sfanding is James Crammond. f EDITOR CONNIE WADE SOPHOMDRES Norman Adkins Louis Aidich Cheryl Aldridge Barbara Alexander Dorolhy Alexander Linda Allen Mary Allen Mary Sue Allen Zeverneile Allen Judy Anders Shirley Anderson Karen Babialc Charles Bailey Sue Baldoclc Ron Barbour Kennelh Barron Sandra Bassell Helen Marie Bean Roberla Beard Milce Beally Le Ann Beier La Verne Bell Bob Besl Jim Black Margarel' Blaclc kms' 1' Terry Blaclc Claude Blankenship Linda Blankenship Susan Boggs QS .., J , Nd 6" Barb Bollinger Cheryl Boone li ' Mike Borpin i Gail Briggs Sue Brancalo Marsha Brown Q IO ll' would close-yeslerday! l-larry Burrge Delores Barnes Francis Burris Francine Burl Roberl Burl Marnie Boller SJ Q gm I 546.--Nw, .. - ,X .-, ru an ' Q.. if x 5 r ,n Cliarles Call Bernard Campbell Mike Carney Alice Carswell Clweryl Clwrislie Jackie Clardy Sieve Clarlc Mike Clemons Fred Collin Carol Coniglio Jay Coniqlio Penny Cooper 1 '19 y .af f ef! l f if, l ' X i em 4 of lr 2 'x -' 24 : H l Sherry Correll Frances Crawford Rebecca Crawford Roberl' Crawford Lynn Crenshaw Micheal Crisp Ida June Crocker Eugene Daniels Anne Darovec Larry Dauglwerly LOH' Davenporl Linda Davis Palria Day Mary Delaney Bob Dennison Bruce Dorworfh Ken Duffy Jim Dunn Evelyn Durham Slave Ecldinglon Rich Egglesion Arlene Emmeh' James Ellingfon Charles Elliolf wtf t "TE 4 i K it bw? it is fin ev? , , ,- .V . f, V .favggzr-fwf' ,Q ., , James Graham Joe Gram' Palricia Gran'l John Green Ronald Green Joyce Gulhrie Beclcy Haclcl Kaihy Haines Cynlhia Hall Dorolhy Hale Bob Hamillon James Harper Edwin Harris Jennifer Harvell Linda Harvell Roberl Harvell Tony Havener Elroy Hearn Lorraine Henry Charles Hermes Ken Hesson David Hickman William Hickman Harlan Hogan Karen Holleli Sharon Holleil' Mardell Holloway Braqsler Horlon Fred Horlon Larry Hour Ron l-lull Dwain l-lunl' Tim lrnpson David Jackson Delberf Jackson Rufus Jackson Venessa Jackson Willa Mae Jackson Alex Jaslrzebski Bob Jones Peggy Johnson Sian Johnson Gary Kidd Sharon Kruger Larry Kulsclner Marie Lancasfer Donna La ndgrebe Belinda Lanier Larry Lauren? Louis Lawson Clwris Leake Edwin Lee Tom Ray Lee Tom Lighiner George Loeralclcer Rocliell Logan Wendell Lasley Linda Loving Barbara Luick Charlie Lynch Karen McBride Janei McCall Barbara McClain Gregory McCuliey David McCurley Belly McDowell Pai MacGregor Jim Malcolm James Marcy Sieyen Marcy Marie Mayes Mike Meniclweili Denise Miller Mike Miller Sieplien Miller William Miller Lailwam Monigomery Fuiure Librarians? Keifh Moore Richard Moore Sue Muizbauer Mark Nefznik Linda Newman Sharon Nichols Connie Norihern Krisii Olive Bernie O'Neil Jeanne Osburn Lynn Owens Rick Packingham Paul Padgef Wayne Page Don Paiazzoio James Parker Deborah Pasiey Margie Pear? Maria Pennewell Eiia Perkins .1m Charles Janice Janei' Piclceral Pierce Pool Arlene Roberi Lynne Povse Pressler Ragland FTA members serve as guides ai' open house. Joyce Pool Greg Remey Scoii Ramsey Sue Rariden Larry Raymond George Remberi William Renicks Sieve Richa rds Gene Larry Pope Pope Mike Plwyliss Ramey Ramsey 4 bl 2- 4. me l h X Frances Rinclcer Carl Runkel Kalhy Roberfs Michael Rush 'TN 1 Joyce Slioofs Vernon Shoofs Rosalind Slnellon Berllia Shields Merrill Robinson Charles Salcris Bernadelle Scoff Kalli leen Shea Xu A Nancy Robson Carol Sclnenck Gary Sinlcs Lanna Skadden Lynne Smalley Bernaclefle Smil'l'1 Cheyenne Smilh Gene Smifh Milne Rogers Jeanine Schmid? 1 James Rouland Pal Schrenk 1, "of mga: ,- -- wzigw , r "' , A .ff 1 , 'N Judy Smilh Linda Soyars af Kemy Smlfh Vickie Sporrer Norman Smilh Carolyn Squires Paul Smilh Karen Sloclclon T R 9 . Sue Smilh Marvin Slremmel Linda Summer Susan Sulherland Pam Sullill Gary Taylor George Taylor Wilma Tego Terry Theyssen Barbara Thompson James Thompson John Thompson Mary Thompson Janel Thorfon Reba Sommer Teal Slroh 2 Gwenn Tony Treadwell Treaf James Eric Wagy Walker Go fo flue end of 'rhe hall, furn riglnf .... Yvonne Tromlaley Lane Wallon Bob Turley Jolwn Wallcins Hope Wells 'S Don Van Meier Barbara Walson 5 Laverne Wesi' David Wlweafley Marva Wlwileside Sally Wilkerson Doroflny Williams med' R James Valenfine Violef Weir A,,,,, 1? .. f 7-5 f 1 'H wav V' ' 'K is , ,,,.h,,, Inv' , L""' A is f 413' A 'fi s A Q 1 in lm G Angela Yelcin David Yocom Olivia Yoke-m Carolyn Yours Q Bill Williams Uylessee Williams Carol Wilson Kalie Wilson Mary Wilson JUNIOR9 Bob Baker Rufus Adams Slerling Alexander Ernie Allen Slweryl Applegare A momenl of lension Judy Barnoslcy Larry Baslcell Bill Bayles Sherry Bell Belly Berner Donella Black Doris Boggs Jan Borders Carolyn Bounds Bill Braclcell Addie Bradley Annie Bradley Slephen Brasller Judy Broclcliouse Barbara Brown Sandra Bull Peggy Burris Linda Burl Sheila Caldwell Nolan Campbell James Carbiener TAKE NATIONAL MERIT EXAMS JUNIOR9 SET EXAMPLES FOR QOPHOMORES Sleplien Carey Tom Carswell Nancy Cole Vicki Coleman Lucille Collins Paula Combes Karen Compardo Terry Conley David Cool: Sandy Cooper Virginia Cooper Maureen Cox Brenda Craig Rhonda Craig Heifie Crocker Frank Croll Harry Crowder Joe David Darlene Davis Reginald Davis Alleyene Day Joyce Day Sfephen Day Wilbur Day Ron DeFra1'es Sieve DeLong Sue Dixon Mike Dodge Sharon Downey Caihy Ensch Marcy Evans Frances Ewing Julianna Ewing Rebecca Ewing Mernbers of The Girls' Choir usher at The A Cappelia Spring Concert Kailwy Faihauer Jim Feiis Jackie Ford ,A Kay Foriney Kinda Foss Sherry Garner JLINIOR9 ANTICIPATE THEIR SENIOR YEAR Tonda Garreii Caroi Garrison Dee Gould Mike Gerger Barb Giliock Linda Gorbeii "'l' 1 O A 83 "Too bad This lsn'l Sprlngfielcls foolball leamf' Raoul Gorelzlae Donna Goldsberry Bill Graves Karen Green Slave Grillllls Linda Grlqsby Carol Grlmmell Alberl' Hale lvlllce l-lall Wally l-lomeler Gary Hamillon Robln l-lamlllon a l l 5 ll ig K .11 ,gif wk., spun Paui Hannah Anne Harfiey Mike Hayes Harold Henry Linda Hensey Angela Henson Sandi Herr Evere-H Hickman Cece Hicks Deena Highland Beiiy Hoff Carmaliia Hogan Irma Hoiioway Mary Ann Hoiman Sylvesfer Holmes Mike Honn Paiiy Horn Connie Huff Ricki Hughes Juanifa Hundiey Loreiia Husion Jesse Howard Lorraine Howeli Bryon Howie Ben Jack Dennis Jack Leah Jenkins Linzy Jenkins Warren Jennings Alberl' Johnson Doris Johnson Pamela Jones Wyvonnia Jones Nancy Kail Mike Kincaid Kalhy Koessel Shirley Korner Roqer Krohe Roberl' Lael Linda Leamons Sludenls assisr our counselors all hours of lhe clay I' 2 "Can'l seem 'lo gel' 'the pulse beat" Ronna Lindsay Harold Livingsfon Jeff Lopian Connie Lilile Eslher Logan Sharon Love 1130 wwf Genevieve Lyles Judy Malone Phil Marcy Jerry Malulis Kalhy McHugh Lenore Maddox Sherry Malcom Diane Mansfield Mike May Joann McLaugh lin Don Miclcs Nancy Moffil Alan Morris Tom Nafion Carol Nicholas Frank Mifclwell Juanila Monfgomery Sfeplwen Naloors Carol Naugle Sleala Norllwern "Mr. Carpenfer said brownies befween classes!" Sharon Oberreiler Kafhleen OFF Judy Oweng EllZ6lDEll'1 Overfield Jennifer Page Gregory Parnell , W Z K m Sla n Paiierson Sieve Pedclicord James Perkins Sharon Phillips Cliiion Pool Pam Poller Tom Quigley Ca rolyn Rernberi JLINIORS RECEIVE CLASS RINGS Jim Rhodes Mickey Risi' Linda Riller Fred Robinson Rollin Denny Karen Ross Linda Rudolph Cheryn Runkel Par Sample John Sanderfield FrankSCl'1eWe Sharon Schle-chi' Joe Sclwullz Nancy Sclwullz Bonnie Scofl Mary Sellers Linda Sharp Thomas Sims Wayne Slcilbeclc Eugene Sloan Greg Smiflw Linda Smlflw Susan Smiflw Yolanda Srnillw Frances Sfewarf Juanila Sfover Derek Slowe Offo Slowe CHEERLEADERS LEAD THE PEP ASSEMBLY BEFORE THE GILLESPIE GAME. in Q 1 From ashes To aslles fo dusl fo dusf .... A 3' Dorolhy Swan Tom Tebrugge Linda Thompson Rila Symons Ron Teel Sharon Thompson ,ff fVT1OV1dO Taylor Charles Taylor Janel' Taylor Mary Teqo Judie Thompson Laura Thompson Slew lmpson Calherine Tocld Marylin TOCld Frank Milchell insisls on wearing his black berel inside as well as oulside The school. Ga ry Yalres Dennis Trader Janel Truby Calhy Turner Elsie Turner Joe Tucker Mike Underwood Mike Ushman Sherry Ushman Charles Van Buren Nancy Vieira Lucile Vollinline Tom Vono Larry Wahl Georgia Warren Dale Wells Debra Wheelock Mary Ella While Sharon Winner Richard Williams Roger Williams Q V :f: Q tif, i.A 52 A O s ig" 33 0 'Q 0 " ' wngbn .14 Sq? S . A m 549' S C U Ee' 'Q D 1 Q 5 ,, Q 9 I 1' 9 ., 0 5 Q HQ fl U D rg ff U 11' 10" 'I ..,, , , .Q , , , fl, ' ' 4 e , ,F 6 . ' ' ' 5 .Y U fflgf' 3 , l,, U, ' ' Q, if u 4 Q -O ' ,',1. -' K L' . 'V . Q O Q 5 Q V' 3 . JVV fl fl 'fi 9 4 H 'jii if 'Q 3, ' 5 Q 1-:: , 4 ef Q li 'F W I f 1' H 1 'Q s Q k'Q1,NxMl",' i' P 1515 C K ,M ig, . any ' 1 in li Q -,, ,, . EDITOR: SHARON SWA n HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES , N, XX 5 M li' The caravan, Ihe game,ancIII1e dance! ig WWQ Wha- ., :E - 2. Qi QUEEN OF THE 1965 P.T.A. CARNIVAL, THE Anne Piclceral Juanila Slover Queen Calhy Turner Russell Kalb Alberl Johnson Larry Beck Cheryl Boone Marclell Holloway Crown Bearer David Greenwood Amonclo Taylor Slephen Turner Lorerra l-luslron Flower Girl Former Queen Gary Lewis Debbie Grolrh Lincla Thompson w 1- nm-no qv, Q- W-,ww A... 3-W-.ms-...W 2 r L 2 2 5 . , is 5 li ii g , Z : ,1 f E 1 f a K i , 3 ' , i , COURT. AND THEIR ESCORTS Cheryn Runkel Kalhy Condil Mike l-lonn Chuck l'lorrighs Brenda Craig Lanna Skadden Torn Carswell Ron Teel Mickey Risl Dave Cvroal l i i The Feilshans' PTA. has one large, annual fund-raising proiecl which is The Carnival. The proceeds are used To aid many worlhwhile acliv- ilies wilhin lhe school. This year for The firsl lime, lhe queen, her courl, and Jrheir escorls, were honored by lhe PTA. al a dinner al The Mill following lhe Carni- val. Linda Thompson, queen of lhe '64 Carni- val, crowned Calhy. DIC P.T.A. CARNIVAL PRCVES TO BE A GREAT SUCCESS SPRING CHOIR CONCERT Gel on your pony and ride A Weslern afmosphere was crealecl by llwe A Cappella Choir al Jrlwelr annual Spring Concert r-llfk ,wh l I Wigxin Thal's a wicked righl you've go? lhere Chief. "ND MORE" HOMEWORK" THE CAST: DIRECTOR - M199 QANDRANNE WANDQ Dave Wallers Connie Cline Sheila Caldwell Dee Gould Bill Grolh Greg McCuIIey Pal Fremgen Charles Prolcopp Lorraine l-lowell Joyce Veselinq Mary K. lv1cCulley Mike Beaqles Harlan Hogan Sharon K. Swan Gary Yales Janice Sullill Scoll Fisher r--.-.-................., lr Q THE STAGE CREW WORKED BEHIND THE SCENES STAGE CREW: John lppolifi Larry Squires Gary Hamil+on Sfeve Day Charles Welker Sfeve Delonq Sfan Pafrerson l Y Q 9 d H1 Hx d 1' M Wands. if E? P iff XIX we-1 , C Q WX Leff +o righf, kneeling: Laura Hill, Francis Rincker, Marsha Brown. Second row: Susan Brown, Lanna Skadden, Nancy Thompson, Judie Thompson, Lorraine Howell, Pam Pofler, Linda Goldbeclc, Joyce Poole. Third row: Charlene Merrill, Viclcie Coleman, Chris Spraclclen. Rifa Cox, Nolan Campbell, John Thompson, Jerry Levine, and Miss Walsh, advisor. S N N. 1. Lefr: Sue Brown on lhe uneven parallel bars. Below: Chris Spracklen on fhe lrampoline. 65 8 if 0 Q 5 ff X , AS ff 1 ,:,. ,If 'Il K' A-A A """ I I . 1 gi I N 67' Louis Aidich Gilberr Bailey Ken Barron Bill Bayles David Brown Jim Bushnell Nolan Campbell Tom Carswell Mike Cooper Ron Defrafes SCOH Fisher Raoul Gorerzlce Ron Green Dave Grorh Bill Grolh Harold Henry Ron Hesson Harlan Hogan Jesse Howard Russ Kalb Larry Kurscher Jerry Levine George Loeralclcer Ron Madison Greg Madison David Mize Neil Mulrzbauer Marlc Nefznilc Bob Pafrerson Bill Piclceral Jim Rhodes Harry Samoncls Wi, ,cyrx f .i Joe Schullz Gene Sloan John Sosiman Rich Sprinkle Ron Teel Tom Thomassen Bob Waddell David Yocum Officers: Presiden, o a er ng sidenf, Jesse owar 1 ecre ary, Schulllt Serqeanl' ai' Arms, Tom Car li KEY CLUB The Key Club oi our school has proven To be one ol our mos? useful orqanizalions. Hs popularily slems from ils charlered purpose "School Service." Our club was charlered by Jrhe Kiwanis Club oi Springfield, No- vember I, l95I. Since Thal lime much of Hs success comes from The oulsfandinq communily and school proiecls if underlalces. Annually +he Key Club is made up of approximalely 40 boys. Any boy can belong To Key Club buf musl pro- duce and mainfain a "B" average. His aflendance al weelcly meelinqs is necessary +o conlrinue his member- ship. THE 1966 ANNUAL STAFF A Yearbook consisls of many Things: workshops, conferences, appoinlmenl dales for piclures, schedules of evenls, clubs, organizalions, honors, recog- nilions--all adding up lo hours of worlc. Throughoul The whole phase There is also lhe pride and enioymenl of accomplishment Cooperalion of mem- bers on The slaff, good ideas, loyal worlcers, and lime spenl logelher will long be remembered ailer Jrhe yearbook has been slored away for years. only lo be rediscovered someday for laughler, sadness and memory lime. Business Manager ....... Asslsfanf Business Manager Aclmmls'I'ra+ion EclH'or .... Underclassmen Ediior .... Achvihes Edifor ..... Orgamzahons Edi+ors . . . Sporfs Edi+or .......... Assis1'an'l' Sporis Ecliior . . Senior Edifor ......... Copy Edlfor . . . --... ... .0 . . Linda Delallre Julie l-lousholder ... Linda Wagy . . . Mike Cooper . Sharon Yocom . . Connie Wade ... Sharon Swan . . Linda Hensey Angela Henson . . . Bill Overlield ... Sharon Banks .. Paula Housron . . . . . Linda Foss . ............... Mrs. Roberla Bergmann Carolyn Bounds Addie Bradley Annie Bradley Elizabefh Overf S+af'F Jackie Simmons Georgia Warren Rila Whealley ield Gary Ya'res The edifors and business manager make plans for fwenfy more pages. .nan Nr,,.,.e. 1: mm: Below is a picfure of The secfion edi+ors. ., .fi . X . -, , gg .N , STUDENT COUNCIL AIDS SCHOOL The ideals of-leadership and responsibiliiy are carried oul by The Siudenl Council which is under The direclion of Mrs. Ziffel and Mr. Smilh. Each homeroom elecls irs own represeniaiives, who are responsible for seeing Jrhai' Jrhe sludenls of The homeroom have a parf in sfudenl governmeni. The purpose of fhe Council is +o promole +he worihy ideas of scholarship. ciiizenship, sporlrsmanship, ex- 'fra-curricular pariicipalion, and cooperairion. infra-Cily Sludeni' Council is composed of rep- reseniafives from fhe sfudenl councils from each of +he cily's high schools. This council's purpose is +o furlher good relalions and cooperafion among fhese schools. Feifshans' represenlalives are Sue Mufzbauer, Kalhy Turner. Chris Spraclclen, and Jim Wagy lnoi' picluredl. Advisor ......... Eclilor-in-Chief ...... Y P 9 Reporfers .......... Froni'-page EcIi+or ..... Socie+ - a e EcIi'ror .... ..... Mr. Rogers .. . . . . Anne I-larrley Mary Ann Delaney . . . . Mary Sellers . . . Ronna Lindsay Carmalira Hogan Sandra Curlis Jesse Howard Marie Mayes Sherry Bell Anne Darovec Linda Summer Cheryl Boone NEWSPAPER PLAYS IMPORTANT ROLE IN SCHOOL LIFE N35 E .,,:' f5,,1.,1 gqgf f L Who? Whal? Where? The purpose of fhe FLYER is 'fo lceep Feiishans High School's sfudenfs and facully informed alooui' The scholasiic, exlracurricular, and alhlefic aciiv- iles in our school. This is a difficull' 'raslc which lakes The cooperalion of Jrhe eniire slaff. The s+aff's dulies are many: no+ only Jrhe job of reporling +he news, bui' also fyping, proofreading, pasle-ups, selling ads, and lhe selling of lhe paper ifself. And, of course. The slaff is always s'l'riving for a bigger and belfer FLYER. This year's slaff, wi'rh 'lhe supervision of Mr. Rogers, ediled eighl issues and did an oulslanding job in keeping all af Feilshans well informed on all currenl' happenings and acfivilies. 0'1- Nj? ,5,4Qll"5:"' :F M, F SCIENCE CLUB Leff 'lo riglrl: Mr. Marler, Mp. Sparks, Jim Carbiener, Sleve Yelcin, Roberr Jones, Sleve Eddinglon, Ken Barlon, Tom Lee, Dewey MU ALPHA THETA Firsf row: Ross Ely, presiclenlg Mary Darovec, vicefpresidenlg Helen McCall, secrerary and Treasurer: Carol Naugle, Ron Teel, Lorraine Howell, Joyce Veseling. Second row: Miss Peiler, Linda Delallre, Pliyliss Savage, kB6il'1 Clironisler, Jesse Howard, Mary Sellers, Sharon Yocom, Belly Hoff, Third row: Slnaron Swan, Pal Bell, Chris Spraclclen, Connie Wade, Julie l-louslwolder, Bernie Sclioby, Tom Carswell, Eugene Sloan, Lee Slnepard. FUTURE QECRETARIES OF AMERICA Firsf row: Judy Koessel, Mary Darovec, Linda Vaughn, Sheryl Powell. Charlene Cole. Darlene Davis. Sue Brown, Jackie Simmons. Seconcl row: Pam Jones, Janel Shal:'ler.,Marsha Rachlcus, Sharon Banks, Mary lego, Anne l-larlley, Georgia Warren. Third row: Miss Kasislce, Kalhy Koessel, Hazel Carler, Sherry Garner, Marilyn Lefrere, Mrs. Erickson. HOMEMAKER9 OF TOMORRDW Sealed: Berlha Muller, vice-presidenfg Annie Brad- ley, secrelary and lreasureri Bonnie Scorl, presi- denl. Sfancling: Callie Black, Mary Yokem. Rila Whealley, Hazel Carler, Deanne Elliofl, Glenda Mancuso, Mrs. Tomlinson, Mrs. Sheffield. FUTURE EDUCATOR9 Seafedz Linda Delaiire, Nancy Thompson, Bobbie Ball, Sharon Swan, Piiyiiss Savage, Brenda Craig, Dianne Brancafo, Helen McCall Connie Wade. Standing: Julie Houshoider, Linda Wagy, Yolanda Smiiiri, Peggy Burris, Miss Cogsweii. if-L 3 YOUTH FOR CHRIST Firs+ row: Margarei Vieira, president Paula Combes, vice-presideni Joyce Guihrie. Second row: Nancy Vieira, Berry Hoff, Connie Huff Third row: Mr. Marler, Pai Combes. y eii ,,, ir ,,,, i" -' ,- T. A 5551 ar The ParenTs Teachers AssociaTion does many Things Tor The school, The Carnival in The Tall has become an annual aTTair here aT FeiTshans. IT provides "Tun for all" and is The largesT Tund raising acTiviTy of The P.T.A. Tor The year. WiTh The proceeds Trom This carnival, The P.T.A. aids many of The clubs, organizaTions, and acTiviTiesg and iT provides Tor The "exTras" The sTudenTs and TaculTy would. noT have oTherwise. The LOG sTaTT boasTs a new camera, making a sTudenT phoTographer now possible, Thanks To The P.T.A. We appreCiaTe and Thanlc Them Tor Their enThusiasm and inTeresT in our school. THE P.T.A. AND BOOSTER CLUBS AID OUR SCHOOL The FeiTshans l-ligh School BoosTer Club. al- Though a comparaTively young organizaTion, has Tried To serve The sTudenT body as need or necessiTy arose. AlThough aTTendance aT meeTings was small, The organizaTion has grown sTeadily Through membership. AT various ac- TiviTies sponsored ThroughouT The year The group has worlced hard and diligenTly TogeTher. Awards nighTs were held Tor Tall and winTer sporTs. An All-SporTs Banquel' was sponsored Tor all aThleTes and cheerleaders. OTTicers are Joanne SchulTz, Sec'y: Harold Thompson. Pres.: and EvereTT lvluTzbauer. Treas. To pasT and To new oTTicers "l-laTs OTT" Tor your in- TeresT. 4-ap, ""T"'T-npwwd' T is 79 Lef+ 'lo rigl1'r Jim Walls, Dave Groa'r, Ron l'lesson, Larry Mills, Chuck l-lorriglis, Ron Huff, OHO Siowe, Russ Kalb, Dana Rounlree, Bob Waddell, Mike Salololny, Fred Robinson, Reggie Davis, Sieve Boyce, Terry Black, Arnold Smalley, Mike Beagles, Tom Carswell, Jesse Howard, Lindsey Hickman, Mike Crisp, Greg Srniilu, Amondo Taylor, Joe Sclwullz, Dave Greenwood, Bill Bayles, and Sierling Alexander. LETTERMEN'9 CLUB CFFICE OCCUPATION Firsf row: Carol Turner, Sheryl Powell, Jane? Shaffer: Second row: Donna Ewing, Linda Vaughn, Mr. Parron, Mary Kay Clardy, and Charlene Cole, 5 1 if J , ,. C, 2 r 2 , 1' S f J Firsi row: Barbara Keller, Melvin Thrasher, Linda Nalion, Barbara Theodore, Jim O'Neil, Dennie Clifford, Second row: Phillis Perry, Ron Smilh, Pal' Hamillon, Sandy Richards, Third row: Lee Bryant Charles Hinkle, Ray Wake, Sherry Hull, Judy Gordon, Rila Carlrnel. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION -, C Q v Firs+ row: Elizabefh Coleman, ' Irma Holloway, Linda Lealce, Ron Appell, Ron Delzrales Second row: Torn Quigley, Jim Brennan, Roger Krohe, Dan Squires, Al Broccardo, Mr. Vaughn, Third row: Bob Wa+- son, Leo Runlcel, Mervile Miles. Tom Biclcel, George Tannehill, DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATION9 Herb Snodgrass, John Chrislie. Firsf row: Lorraine Howell, Judie Thompson, Marsha Brown, Frances Rincker, Laura Hill. Joyce Veseling, Sue Brown. Chris Spracklen. Second row: Miss Walsh, Pam Poiler, Kaihy Falhauer, Arlene Ernrnell, Sue Rariclen, Judy Koessel, Marilyn Jacaway, Lanna ' l Slcadden, June Rail, Charlene Merrill, Carolyn Bouncls. GIRLS' ATHLETIC AQSUCIATION G.A.A. members who pariicipaled in bowling display frophies. 3 l Officers: Marilyn Jacaway, Sue Brown, Joyce Veseling, Marsha Brown, Chris Spraclclen, Laura Hill, and Miss Walsh. Firsf row: Sue Brown, Roberta Ball Joyce Vesellng Peggy Burns Mass Wands Second row Belly Hoff Belly Overlield. Laura Hill. Judy Koessel Dee Gould Pal' Fremgen Dave Wallers Thlrd row Blll Grolh Frank Schewe Gary Yales, S+eve Yekin. Fourfh row Amondo Taylor Sheila Caldwell Charles Welker Make Gerger Sfan Pallerson, Gene Smilh, Sherry Malcolm Dale Wells DRILL TEAM Lefi fo ri hi: Mar Yolcem, Ronna 9 Y Lindsay, Barbara Lewis, Janice Wil- son. Freda Davenport Lynne Smal- ley, Marie Mayes. Carmalifa Hogan, Sherry Bell. and Mary Sellers. A.. 4 A A li Firsf row: ElizabeTh Overiield, Carolyn Johnson, Brenda Craig, LoreTTa HusTon, Darlene Davis, Deena Highland, CaThy Turner, Frances Ewing, BeTh CronisTer: Second row:'Judy Barnosky, Sandy Burge, Linda SmiTh, Elaine Zimmerli, Judy Owens, LaJewel STanback, Judy Koessel, Vickie GilberT, Cliff WesT, Terry Conley: Third row: Riia Cox, Jessie Howard, Bill Pickeral, David Walier, Bill GroTh, STeven Miller, Thomas Carswell, Gary Kidd, Reggie Davis, STerling Alexander: Fourih row: Barbara STellivan. Mary Sellers, Sherry Bell, Barbara Henry, Linda Foss, Linda Bisby, Darwyn Robinson, l.esTer Hale, Mick Gerger, David Jacks son, Rollin Denny. A CAPPELLA CHOIF The A Cappella Choir is one oT our school's besT represenTaTives. The members oT The choir are a hand- picked group oT sTudenTs who bring recogniTion To FeiTshans ThroughouT The year. The choir performs noT only aT FeiTshans, buT also aT The reguesTs oT oTher organizaTions in. Springfield and The surrounding area. Many of The smaller groups wiThin The choir also Travel To oTher locaTions, where They are received mosT cordially. Several of The choir members parTicipaTed in The DisTricT Singing MeeT, and Two were chosen To Take parT in The All-STaTe Music FesTival. The FeiTshans Madrigal Singers is The only group oT iTs kind in The ciTy's high schools. The FeiTshaneTTes and FeiTshanaires perTorm oTTen Tor church groups, clubs. and civic organizaTions. The A Cappella Choir's annual ChrisTmas and Spring ConcerTs provide a wide varielry of music. Each per- son in The audience is pleased by some secTion oT every program. The hard work and eTTorTs of The choir and iTs direcTor, Mrs. Georgia Gher LuTTrell, are evidenT, and produce an organizaTion of which all members of FeiTshans High School may be proud. 2 'il L i in 4, , ll l Q- , al , .... Firsf row: Rufhann Newman, Debbie Wheelock, Kalhy Farhauer, Judie Thompson, Lorraine Howell, Carol Grirnrnelf, Genevieve Lyles, Linda Johnson, Anne Piclceral, Mrs. Luilrellg Second row: Louis Aidich, Keilh Moore, Paul Padgef, Pal Frernqen, Sherry Huff, Myra Taylor, Helen McCall, Susan Smifh, Esler Logan, Sharon Banlcsg Third row: Sieve Day, Larry Mills, Alberl' Lilile, Clifford Wheafley, Lindsey Hickman, Linda Thompson, Sharon Phillips, Wyvonnia Jones, Sharon K. Swan, Kafhy Condif, Kafhy Koessel, Fourfh row: Raoul Gorefzlce, Russ Kalb, Jim Walls, Bob Waddell. l-lerb Snodgrass, Clyde Turner, Carmaliia Hogan, Connie Cline, Llewelyn Barlon, Sharon Love. EPREQENTS DUR SCHOOL Officers: Presidenf, Russ Kalb: Direclor, Mrs. Georgia Lulfrellg Treasurer, Mary Sellers: Vice President Lesfer Hale: Sec- refary, Mary Kay McCulley, noi' pic- lured. A Fron+ row: Rila Cox, Kalhy Falhauer, Helen McCall, Carolyn Johnson, Sherrie Bell, Connie Cline, Mary Kay Mc- Cully, Sharon Kay Swan, Back row: Sharon Love, Linda Foss, Anne Pickeral, Carmalila Hogan, Mary Sellers, Kalhy Condil, Be-Th Chronis+er, Judy Owens, Francis Ewing, Brenda Craig FE ITSHANETTES AND FE ITQHANAIRES Firsf row: Bob Waddell, Alberl' Liflle, Jesse Howard, Larry Mills, Second row: Bill Grolh, Rollin Denny, Dave Groal, Third row: Clyde Turner, Herb Snodgrass, Russ Kalb, Jim Walls I I Firsi' row: Judy Koessel, Jeanine Schmidf, Elizabefh Overiield, Connie Huff, Frances Rincker, Linda Soyars, Lynn Crenshaw, Janice Pierce: Second row: Debby Pasley, Krisii Olive, Ar- lene Emmeii, Pairia Day, Sandy Bas- seli, Joyce Goldbeck, Barb Alexander: Third row: Mrs. LuHrell, Alice Cars- well, Julie Forels, Maryann Delaney, Sleara Norlhern, Sharon Banks. GIRLS CHOIR T JUNIOR CHOIR Tl Firs'I row: Mardell Holloway, LaVerne Bell, Lynn Owens, Ella Perkins, Wilma Teqo, Jennifer Harvell, Sandra Gaines, Marva Whiieside, Frances Rincker, and Laverne Wesiq Second row: Pai George, Roberia Beard, Nancy Robson, Karen Wilson, Belinda Lanier, Linda Gorbeil, Kaihy Roberls, Donna Landgrebe, and Sue Smifhi Third row: Merrill Robinson, Bernadeiie Scoif. Connie Norihern, John Thompson, Bill Miller, Claude Blankenship, Delberl Jackson, Ron Huff, Jim Thompson, Terry Black, Dorolhy Alexander, Hope Wells: Fourih row: Linda Loving, Ida Crocker, Barron Robinson, Uylesses Williams, Charles Call, Michael Kincaid, William Hickman, Bob Burl, Ron Defraies, Bernadeile Smiih, Evelyn Durham, and Mrs, Luiirell. 87 The Fe'iTshans Band, under The direcTion OT Mr. Melvin McCoy, perTormed aT home TooTball and baslceTball games. Members parTicipaTed in a varieTy oT programs and conc:erTs ThroughouT The year. They played Tor The GyrnnasTic Show aT school: and aT The annual PTA. Open l-louse They presenTed a concerT prior To The evening's acTiviTies. They Took parT in The All CiTy Music FesTival aT The Armory. The band also c:onTribuTed Their TalenT Tor civic acTiviTies. They presenTed a concerT aT The Municipal Building on UniTed NaTions Day and joined The Boy ScouTs on Their annual pilgrimage To Lincoln's Tomb. We saluTe you-our band-Tor again upholding The music sTandards aT FeiTshans. 88 9 BAND CONTINUES TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE CorneI's Jim Mogel Jim Rhodes Margie Pearl Wilbur Day Larry Kushes LoH Davenporl' Clarinefs Sue Brown Linda Grigsby Bill Overfield' Ken Duffy Carl Sprinkle Phyliss Savage Samee Ferguson Margarel Vieira Mary Spencer Slephen Carey Willa May Jackson Lana Skadden Gary Taylor Mary Wilson Bernie Campbell AI'ro 8: Bass Clarinefs Rufus Adams Frank Milchell FIu+es 81 Piccolos Gary Yales Juanila Monlgomery AlI'o Saxophones Charles Jenkins Pa'r+y Bell Charles Lynch Leah Jenkins Tenor Saxophones John Minser Mark Nelznik David Brown Bari+one Saxophones Dana Rounlree Jerry Malulis French Horns Kurl Shull Laura I-lill Band Performs af Gym Show Percussions Tom Alexander Fred Robinson Randy Moore Winslon Senor Basses Richard Gragg George Loerakker Trombones Tom Woolery Alberl Hale Edwin Lee Barifones Tom LeVeque Jim Lawson MaioreI'+es Sue Murzbauer LoreHa I-Iusfon Direc+or Melvin McCoy .A-1.1, Lxm..1717g l1L.l , . p k .,f', SPORTS EDITOR BILL OVERFIELD gin-, ,,,, ., , ,,-. af 25 Third row: Mr. Acfon, D. Slowe, Newquisf, Muizbauer, Sprinlcel, Runkel, O. Siowe, Snyder, Beagles, Morris, B. Powers, Horrighs Sablolney, Remberl, Williams, Mr. McCoy. Second row: Elliot Horneier, Hale, Johnson, Pafierson, Smalley, Rouniree, Farris, Rob inson, Carswell, J. Powers, Hesson, Boyce, Livingslon. Firsf row: Vieira, Waddell, Hafclwer, Campbell, Levine, Sclwullz, Greenwood Howard, Slcilbeclc, Sclwmalenberger, Mezo. WE PLAY DUR BEST. WIN OR LOSE Feifshans High School's l965 foofball feam had a record of 2 wins and 7 losses. Despife fheir poor record, fhey felf fhaf if was a good year in fhe way of improvemenf. The fwo mosf success- ful games were againsf Mf. Olive and Carlinville wifh scores of I8-6 and 3l-6. ln fhe game againsf fhe Springfield Senafors, a surprise. fouchdown-producing play fhaf fooli place in f'he firsf 27 seconds of fhe game complefely baffled fhe opponenfs. There will be many leffermen refurning nexf year so wafch ouf for fhe I966 Feifshans Flyers. Our I965 Schedule Gillespie Springfield Lanphier Griffin Clinfon .X rlf ' ,Q 261 Nolcomis Sfaunfon Mf. Olive Carlinville 4. Co-Capfains DAVE GREENWOOD-JOE MEZO fi '-x COACH ACTON COACH MCCOY JACK ELLIOTT HAROLD LIVINGSTONE Managers 24351 Firsf row: Hearn, Blankenship, Clemmens, Pressler, Kufsclwer, Aidiclw, Green, Howell, Rowden. Second row: Coniglio. Runlcel, Horlon, Packlngham. Marcy, Hiclcman, Williams, Carney, Nelznilc, Mr.Maisenbacl'1er, Lee. Third row. Mr. McLaughlin, Crisp. McCulley, Harper, l-lamlllon, Dauglwerfy, lvlOrriS. l-99' l-Oefalflfef. Rembefl- -lGCl4SOr1. Hogan Rush. NEXT YEAR'9 VARSITY The members of a iunior varsify leam very seldom receive recogni- lion or praise-and probably many 'rimes 'ro 'rhem, all Jrhe hours of drill and pracrice seem useless-lor rhe varsily gels all Jrhe glory and honor. Bul' all J.V. 'reams are Fei+shans' nex+ year Jreams, and wifhoul +he members of Those 'reams our varsily coaches would be al a loss- for coaches need players who are disciplined and 'rrained nor only in Jrhe rules of a game. buf in lheir personal lives and in sporrsmanship. Junior varsiry members probably learn 'rhe lesson sooner Jrhan mosl' sfudenfs--'rha'r fhere is much in life for which one receives no special awards or headline publicify, buf much in life is done by 'reamworlc H' 'fakes a feam +o achieve success-noi' iusl a lol' of individual players. So we salule you-The members of Jrhe iunior varsify Teams-for wi'rh- oul' you fhere would be no good varsilies. Jr. Varsily Coaches: Mr. McLaughlin-Mr. lvlaisenbacher Managers: Tom Lee, Jay Coniglio, and Dewey Rowden. Coach Flanigan, Al Trello, Joe Merrick, Arnold Smalley, Les Hale, Ollo Slowe, Dana Rounlree, Mike Beagles. Ernie Drake, Bob Bradley, Wally Horneier, Coach Sponsler. The Baskelball Schedule lor The l965- season is as follows wilh a record of wins and 4 losses FHS ........ 77 FHS ........ 56 FHS ........ 75 FHS ........ 65 FHS ........ 5l FHS ........ 75 FHS ........ 70 FHS ........ 82 FHS ........ 68 FHS ........ 74 FHS ........ 70 FHS ........ 73 FHS ........ 78 FHS ........ 77 FHS ........ 7I FHS ........ 67 FHS ........ 66 FHS ........ 48 Carlinville . Slaunlon . . Winchesler Nokomis . . Williamsville S+. Teresa . Carlinville . Ml. Olive' . Gillespie . . Pillsfield . . Nokomis . . Ml. Pulaski Lakeview .. Ml. 'Olive . Gillespie . . Jacksonville Slaunlon . . Eisenhower 66 I4 50 5l 62 40 59 63 52 6l 59 5I 68 53 77 43 80 60 68 67 ROSS ELY JOHN SOSTMAN Managers Mr. Sponsler, Joe Merrick Lesler Hale i I965-66 CO-CHAMPIONSHIP FLYERQ ARE SOUTH- CENTRAL C0-CHAMPS The varsiTy baslceTball Team had a record oT 8 and 2 in The SouTh CenTral ConTerence and wound up The sea- son wiTh a co-championship. They were beaTen only by Gillespie and STaunTon. FeiTshans losT an imporTanT Regional Tourney game To GriTTin. Under The able guidance OT Coach Sponsler The Team was considered one oT The besT in The hisTory oT The school. Mr. Sponsler, in his TourTh year as head baslceTball coach, said oT This year's Team, "This is The besT Team l have eyer had The pleasure OT worlcing wiTh in my years as a Coach aT T:eiTshans.'l Up Tor Grabs! LESTER HALE 6'0" JOE MERRXCK 5'lO" OTTO STOWE 6'2" BOB BRADLEY 5'8" X 9 MIKE BEAGLES 6'2 DANA ROUNTREE 6'3" COACH DAVE SPONSLER ERNIE DRAKE 5'lI AL TRELLO 5'9" ARNOLD SMALLEY 6'0" Back row: Dave McCurIey, Bob Burl, Carl Runlcel, Harlan Hogan, Edwin Lee, Kenny Hesson, Mike Crisp, Norm Smi'rl'1, Coacln Kyes Fronf row: Carl Robinson, Sieve Clark, Jim Parker, Don Van Meier, Clwris Lealce, Charles Salcris, Wendell Lasley. SOPHOMORE9 ARE IMPRESQIVE COACH KYES Looks innocenr doesn"r he? Bu+ l1e's fhe fasresi' gun in fhe We-sr. ,y 3 ,vi Mr. Maisenbaclwer and Mr. Tillman 2- Groaf hands off 'lo Hickman. i. ., 1 QCD' Larry Mills and Lindsay Hickman TRACK ..a.., W '1Z'.i"5llx1m Running in slyle. Lefi' 'lo righh Lindsay Hickman Bob Wad- dell Tom Carswell Amondo Taylor Dave Greenwood. , 5 l I ls? row: Jim Rouland, Dave Yocorn, Tom Lighlner, Terry Black, Eric Walker, Jim Perkins, Dave Greenwood, Ron Teel, Jay Coniglio, 2nd row: Bob Best Carl Robinson, Eric Garner, Larry Mills, Bob Lael, Torn Carswell, Reggie Davis, Bob Waddell, Dave Groal, 3rd row: Mr. Maisenbacher, Joe Merrick, Mike Crisp, Nolan Campbell, George Remberf, Norm Smilli, Lindsay Hick- man, Harlan Hogan, Amondo Taylor, Elroy Hearn, Mr. Tillman, 4+l'1 row: Dan Monkman, Les Hale, Greg Smilln, Mike Sablofney, Jim Mogle, Derek Slowe, Greg McCulley, Dave Jackson, Hugh Hunl. 3551 Q - it . M 4' 'Es ' , ,LL 5? Crisp, Smillw, Remberl, and Robinson hold ,,, ,,,,,, , Q. flie Isl place froplny flwey won in llie Soplno- V more 880 relay af flue Maffoon lnvilalional Track Meel. ' E 2 Siandingz Jon Schmalenberger, Reggie Davis, Bill Bayles, Tom Lee, Allen Vieira, Sleve Boyce, Derek Sfowe, Dave Greenwood, Roberl' Waddell, Coach Gardner. Kneeling: Rich Eggleslon, Ronnie Huff, Sieve Eddingion, David Yocom, Sieve Grifliffs, Louis Aidich, Slerling Alexander, Jim Rouland, Mike Blankenship. WRESTLING Bob Waddell won lhe dislrici lournamenl and placed second in fhe' secfional wresfling meet A+ ihe sfaie Jrournameni. Bob was bealen only by 'rhe 'slale champion. SCH EDU LE: Wesfern Miiifa ry Lanphier Griffin Sfreafor-Lanphier Cify Offawa-Lanphier Wesfern-C.B.S. Sf. Louis Griffin Lanphier Springfield SWIMMING Feifshans had six members of ifs swim- ming fe-am go fo fhe Disfricf Swimming Meef held in Bloomingfon. They were John Thompson, Jim Waffs, Dave Schnirring, Joe Schuifz, Jay Termine, and Russ Kalb . . . all of whom pieced in fheir separafe evenfs. COACHES ROGERS AND ACTON Sfanding: Mr. Rogers, Jim Thompson, John Thompson, Honn, Pickeff, Schulfz. Waffs. Kalb, Schnirring, Mr. Acfon. Siffing: Pressier, Campbell, Livingsfon, Barfon, Harper. Pafferson, Yekin, Termine, Kufscher, Coniglio. I 1 A QA! X 1. WIQ-1,1 .., .,,,, .., :ff 1 fl l 4 s 'i 4+h row: Coach Kyes, Bob Farris, Dana Rounlree. 3rd row: Carl Runlcel, Bob Pallerson Jerry Newquisl. Joe Schullz, Joe Galassi, Wayne Slcilbeclc. Zncl row: Jay Termine, Denny Mangalviie, Rich Paclcingham, Al Trello, Bill Graves, Larry Laurent Isl' row: Charles Salcris, Louis Aidich, Mike Nabors, Elmer Powell Dan Van Meler, Slave Carey. BASEBALL COACH KYES . . . This is called a bat Men!!! x ,yr M5 Q V ,y 1 '.ii' li .WN M X, M l ' ' la ' 1 l ff xxl ,Q 4 L, r,,',r ,y f , ?V ii Lk ' 22 lj Y L ' X f ll Q my L . 2 .Q 1 K l 2 IO4 -L 9A':M' ?Zf'r-Lwf. I X 'JP ff ig I 3rd baseman, Skil- beck snows winning baffing form. Graduaiing Seniors: Newquis? Pafferson Powell Farris Rounfree Trello Termine and Gaiassi pose fora lasf picfure ,, ww l l-Eli he " 1 l l ' xi ll l l in 4 f ! 'yi My 1 yy Farris, Runlcel, Carey, Sldlbeclc. The Flyer Infield AND MORE BASE BALL l "I wanl' a liille more aclion on Thai' field," says Coach Kyes. Van Meier, Trello, and Graves make up lhe Flyer Oullield. ll ' . ' M: l Y l lg f fx , .Q X ll . l li l ,, my ' . in y H SJ, , 3. Q A" D - f A A lf ., - - - - W... K. 5- Q . . 1 .u 1- - 4- . . , ' f l ' .E 2- ., ' - - 1- if-X ,J A N AM, ' Q., - i 0, . .,k xl ..-W 0 1, .f?A1h.,e,Q.,.35,,.m,,K N 1, 71,150 3-'..,,.fx:, 1 T .N K . : C E 25,55 ...VZ LA '53 , V L 4. .. .gk tj, avi! N.. Sfandings Mr. Tillman, L. Hickman, D. Groaf, R. Lael. D. Wells, IB, Howie, G. Smiilw, G. Doss. G. Wheelock. E. Drake, A. Trello R. Davis, W. Graves, A. Hale, E. Garner, Joe Merrick, J. Perkins. Kneeling: D. Yocom, E. Walker. M. Nabors, D. Mc:Curly R. Teel. G. Sloan. Siffing: F. Robinson, T. Black. CROSS-COUNTRY Discussing a fraclc mee? are Coach Tillman. M.V.P. Eric Garner Mgr. Gene Sloan Mgr. Dave Yocom. A l H.: . ,,,. , . , My if I , ,ef 's l y cyl T 9 i lf' hifi 'fif T! 'X if " f. JH R if J 1 I , Q My 9 i Sfanding: C. Taylor, S. Peddicord. M. Snyder, S. Fisher, Mr. Acfon. Kneeling: R. Turley. J. Levine, M. Cooper, S. Yelcin. TENNIS TEAM A VOTE OF THANKS Feilshans High School owes a voie of lhanks io ihe harcl working coaches who have done iheir besi io improve Feiishans' already high siancling in Jrhe field of sporls. The i965-66 Coaching Siafl was: John McCoy: fooiball Phil Acion: foolball, swimming and Tennis. g "" Gerald Maisenbacher: ioolball and lraclc. Dean Tillman: iraclc and cross-couniry. A Nelson Rogers: swimming. ' Roloerl Kyes: baseball and loaslceiball. M "" Dave Sponsler: baslmelball. E ig Judilh Walsh: girls afhleiics. X l , T gg I, I-I---we if I I ,............-.-W. FOOTBALL Joe Mezo and Dave Greenwood Co-Capiains Bob Waddell M.V.P. BASKETBALL Mike Beagies M.V.P. TRACK Lindsay Hickman M.V.P. CROSS-COUNTRY Eric Garner M.V.P. SWIMMING Russ Kalb and Jim Waiis Co-Capfains TENNIS Mike Cooper, Cap'rain CAPTAIN9 AND M.V.P FronT To back: Chris Spraclc- len, Marsha Brown Charlene Merrill, Carol Cunningham, Cindy Conlcey. Lef+ To righh Pam PoTTer, Judie Thompson. Lorraine Howell, Lana Skadden. Joyce Veseling. CHEERLEADERS VarsiTy cheerleaders are chosen in The spring aTTer several Try-ouTs Tor Their slcills. personaliTy, and smiles. They musT be good leaders, good ciTizens, and good repre- senTaTives OT FeiTshans l-ligh School. They lead The spiriT and enThusiasm shown by The sTudenT body Tor games aT home and away, Under The guidance oT Miss Walsh, The cheerleaders perTecTed Their slcills, planned pep assemblies, and lcepT The crowds exciTed during Times of glory or despair. From lefi' fo righi Jim Sosfman Rauol Gorefzke Bob Jones John Sosiman Coach Marler and Mark Nefzmk JIM SOS-I-MAN Las? mlnufe preparafuons for +ournamen+ wn'h SHS ' f -wwf: -H r 1 Q "Vi: 63:3 P' 4,2-fe. 2 v 2 'If if sea SN 2-.T ,sw- I -' 3' ah 'L' 'E 'Mlm , s 1 'ii . 4+ 1 - Q 3371, ,,,,, W 5 :fix if , , 1 , U , , , , L., 7 , gg'- 454 A 4 N, ag., :Y I .f Alfwmb , N . N 1 Vg. if 6 s, vi get ' 'N' . 'vm rx?-' A 1 ...Q x is " ko- Q O -Q if 7'.' 8. rg Q.. E V . fix .,L,L f-f hai- -QE I , " - D ,, fi " , ' '31 at in . A ' 'Q X 4 l I A A v is Ki x il "' , Q I .,5 . all ZX' h s a A' A' C I f , Q -...s K , v1 ."! M I S ' 1 'Qlfwx' sp .Q Q W 3 in A -af' ..,, ..- . , , ,, .. .1 , 'x.x.Qg' if. 1 I N-Q. 4, ,... FS W sk H E, -ns, 77 .1 , ' as , 'W' In . A . 8? 'IB' . N 2' K ,a 1... 'f 'Hn A 2.1- S' Z.. 'hAlf." Y. ,f 43' " V The officers of ihe senior class are Scoh' Fisher, Presideni: Mary Spencer. Vice-president Sharon Swan, Secrefary: and Chris Spracklen, Treasurer. They have done an excelleni' iob of coordinafing +he senior evenis such as ihe Senior Banquet ihe Prom. and Graduaiion Exercises. SENIORQ STRIVE TO MAKE LAST YEAR BEST James Aebel Thomas Alexander Wilbur Allmon Ronald Appell- 'fm 'g Lawrence Ayers Gilberl Bailey Roberla Ball William Banks Sharon Banks Charlolle Barlley Llewelyn Barron Michael Beagles ,Fr- vw Lawrence Beck Palricia Bell Frank Bender Linda Bigby Callie BlGClC Rlla Blakey Jack Blankenship Michael Boqardus Leif' Q Linda Borow Sreve Boyce Roloerl Bradley Diane Brancalo James Brennan David Brown Susan Brown Thomas Brown David Burlce Sandra Burge Chapman Burgess James Bushnell II6 l l-lazel Carler Rila Carlmel Carolyn Chambers John Chrislie Belh Chronisler Mary Kay Clarcly Conslance Cline Charlene Cole Elizabelh Colema QENIORS REPREQENTED ON HOMECOMING COURT SENIORS CONQTRU Wx Thomas Collins Parrick Comloes Kalhleen Conclil' Cynlhia Conkey Michael Cooper Ronald Correll Rira Cox Ma ry Crevislon Carol Cunningham 5-an Sanclra Curlis Mary Darovec - Freda Davenporl D CONVERQE ffay.5?QT ' k , ' W ,, '12, f V " .. I 4:,,, H, Vygy .. in I ,,,, I zzM..,W:,,V While Janice Suliiel and Barb l-lenry concenlraie on clay models, senior boys converse conslruciively aboul llneir fu- lure. ,--'- Gary Davis Janice Davis Linda De-lallre Michael Die+rich in nav ww STUDENTS HELP AS OFFICE AQQIQTANTS rworfh lioH' TT ans nfer Samee Ferguson Joseph Fisher SCOH Fisher Carolyn Florence Fleia Forihrnan Palrricia Frerngen Joseph Galassi Vioicie Giiberi' Cari Giliock Linda Goldbecic Gary Gonrerrnan Judirh Gordon QENIORQ TAKE ACTIVE PART IN SCHOOL LIFE to-f David Green Joyce Green David Greenwood Lee Grirnmefr Doroihy Gripper David Groai William Groih Judifh Hale Lesier Hale Pairicia I-Iamilron Jeanne I-Iampfon Marina Harper vy im., Barbara Henry Roberf Hearn Laura Hill William Hines William Holzworllw William Honn Cliarles Horriglws Julie Housliolder Ronald l-lesson Lindsey Hickman Sharon Holler James Holloway Business Edilors of llwe LOG are Linda Wagy and lvlilc Cooper. I N 42, Paula Houslon Michael l-lowdeshell Sherry l-lull David Hughes Marilyn Jacaway David Jackson Diane Jackson Carole Jenkins Log edilor, Julie l-lousholder. works on layouls +0 be used in 'rhe yearbook. gi i QZL ml'-N i fibw- d assss QENIORS AID IN PUBLICATIONS Dale Jenl4inS Charles Jennings Jarnes Jennings Carolyn Johnson Linola Johnson Sheraloline Johnson Linda Kail Russell Kalb Barbara Keller William King Judilh Koessel Thomas I.eVeque Barbara Lewis Gary Lewis Alberl Lillle Elaine Lord Marllwa Maddox Ronald Madison Glenda Mancuso Thomas Mann Sandra Mayes Helen McCall Mary Kay McCulley Timollny MCG SENIOR9 STAR IN GYM SHOW ie illick Charlene Merrill per- forms on lhe balance beam. Linda Mellon Joseph Merrick Charlene Merrill Joseph Mezo Lawrence Mills David Mize James Moqle Berllma Muller Neil Mulzbauer Randall Moore Pxoberl Morris JGVIGT Nalion Rullwann Newman Jerry Newquisl William Overlield Eugenia Parker Roberl Pallerson Charles Pearl Jo Arm Pearl Pl1ylliS Perry Anne Pickeral Edward Piclcell We ssfinyz ' J 4 4 1 . 'V -I , . . ' 2 SENIORQ EXCEL IN ART William Pokora Elmer Powell Hugh Taylor la fufure Picasso?l af work! agp' FWQ- Shefyl Powell James Powers Roberl Powers Rhonda Rhodes Marcia RGCl'Wl4US Frankella Reed June Ralz I29 Linda Roilwerham Dana Rouniree Leo Runkel Peggy Runkel Michael Sablofny Harry Samonds Sandra Richards Darwyn Robinson David Robinson Dixie Robinson Roxine Robinson Diane Rogers Edward Sarff Plnyliss Savage Jon Schmalenberger Kurl Schull Bernard Schoby Mary Seymoure QENIORS LEAD STUDENT COUNCIL Sludeni' Council officers are Sherry Garner. Secreiaryg Sharon Swan, Treasurer: Bill Grollw, Vice-president: Dave Great Presideni: Tom Cars- well, Secrefary of Social Af- fairs. Ax Russ Kalb, David Jackson, Al Liirle, Jim Walls, and Bill G-rofh are members of lhe choir who have served for lhree years SENIORS PARTICIPATE MUQICALLY Janelr Shaffer '60 ew Lee Shepard Vzkh h2:iV I 1 Jacquelyn Simmons L Arnold Smalley ' I H 'W Sluarlr Smiih l ' I L. l-lerberlr Snodgrass ' A 1 'SZ' y kl . : K T. l , Michael Snyder James Soslrman John Soslman Mary Spencer Sandra Spencer Chrisfena Sprackien Cari Sprinkel Richard Sprinkel David Siapleron La Jewel Sranback Barbara Sieiivan Parricia Srevens Lenora Sfowe Janer Srroisch Janice SUHIII SENIORQ TAKE ACTIVE PART IN INTRAMURAL9 fi' av. X Sharon Swan Sharon K. Swan George Tannehill Gary Taylor Hugh Taylor Myra Taylor Joseph Termlne Barbara Theodor Eileen Thomas Tom Thomassen Barbara Thompson Charles Thompson Nancy Thompson Pamela Thompson Roloerl Todd Alloerl Trello if Melvin Thrasher Sherrie Tinsley lvlargarer Trenl Carol Turner Clyde Turner Ronald Ulm Greg Ramey, Elmer Powell. Bob Farris. Frank Milchell, and John Sosfman are lhis year's championship inframural baslcelball ieam. Lynda Underwood John Ushman Linda Vaughn Rilaiean Vaughn Joyce Veseling Marqarelr Vieira Roberl' Waddell Conslance Wade Linda Wagy David Waller William Wallers Roberl Walson TB SHOTS ARE GIVE 'VN F 0 QENIOR9 eifbv Clillon Wesl Neil Mufzbauer cloesn'+ mind his shol +ha+'s adminislered by Dr Lee. Thomas Wesl Clifford Whealley Rila Whealley Carol Wilcoxson Waller Wilson Linda Wilhelm Diana Willcinson Rila Woolery Delores Wrighl K.. we Sharon Yocom Mary Yokem Sharon Yuhas Francis Zaice Elaine Zimmerli Beverly Zulaui Donna Ewing Bonnie Roberis Jim O'Neil Johanne French Winsfon Senor Judifh Forresf gl A wr 1.35. "lf music be 'rlwe food of love-sing on, sing on" "l could find beller subiecls af fhe zoo." mastif- Tempfing posifion, isn'+ H? "Car1'icompare wii'l1 Chaucer!" Y-v Mike Beagles' parenfs and besl gal conqralulale Mos? Valuable Player Trophy and free ll-:row award. him on winning Jrlne l l40 , 1966 SENIOR BANQUET AND PROM The Senior BanqueT was held This year aT The l'leriTage House. The en- T,erTainmenT included The Class Proph- ecy, read by Bill C5roTh, and music by The senior members OT The FeiTshan- eTTes. Following The Banquet The Prom was held in The lllinois Building aT The STaTe Fairgrounds. The decoraTions were paTTerned in The ITalian sTyle To correspond wiTh The Theme, Three Coins in a l:ounTain. The Tocal poinT was a large TounTain in The cenTer oT The dance Tloor. PicTures were Taken in TronT oT a display oT Roman ruins. Tables and chairs were arranged in The sTyle oT a cabareT resTauranT so ThaT couples mighT relax and enioy reTreshmenTs. I l fr Q fe? 'snag v .J A 0 A' is' 'YP ,Milf i,ffm-xifm:,,.5Yw-vfxy- p,5 ,jmihryi u MN- - - , - N 'ff' 'Wfxa -... . K-'LX gg .F H1 a Kiki, s ,, A fgzf Pnolvl QUEEEI 1 , ' -'wi B 4,,fi ' f me E7 'KJ TH ANN CHARLOTTE BARTLEY ROBE RTA ll 1 "El1Zllll1llI1IlUl'llm'm A 7270? E C0122 NZJ4, ,YZZSQIIZ LINDA BOROVQI , .mfg 1 1 mu ll' -.1-gm 1 1, l ,.mxm1llL.nlw Wm, . 1 10 ' """"fnm I f 1 ,' ---- nl' "luI1lIlnuu:f:T:F" vzfhhp -Hi...--nl' ' n...........al 1 MARY KAY CLARDY 5 , . Q YE RITA COX J' CAROL I Q Y , UNNINGHAM f f YQ- r-H' 4, , . QW M 4 'six 0 , A , 5 7-iw llju 9 HARON KAY SWAN MARY KAY MCCULLEY STUDENTS AND GUESTS TOOK TIME OUT TO RELAX AND GET ACOUAINTED. IIl NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ln order 'lo become a member of Na+ional Honor Sociery. a sludenr musr mainrain an overall average of B and a 4.5 average in a maior. The following are The I966 Honor Sociely members: Third row: David Burke. Bernie Schoby. Bill Grorh, Linda Delalrre, Julie Housholder. Connie Cline, Sharon K. Swan, Pai' Bell and Connie Wade. Second row: Ross Ely, Helen McCall, Mary Darovec. Judy Koessel, Chris Spraclclen, Phyliss Savage and Carol Cunningham. Firsf row: Lee Shepard, Joyce Veseling, Nancy Thompson, Linda Wagy, Mariha Maddox, Sharon Yocom and Sherrie Tinsley. The Two scholasrically oulslanding members of The Class of '66 were Valediclorian Helen McCall and Salulaiorian Mary Darovec. SENIOR9 CLOSE UP SHOP The lasT weelc oT school was an evenTTul one Tor seniors. ATTer The Prom came The Taslc oT caring Tor all The business, boTh old and new. ThaT The close of school brings. Seniors had To pay all dues, Tees, and debTs Tor which They were responsible. All senior cards had To be signed To enable Their owners To graduaTe. One oT The high poinTs oT The lasT weeli was The recogniTion assembly. AlThough mosT awards wenT To seniors, ouTsTanding sophomores and juniors were also honored. Miss Cogswell was also presenTed wiTh a dozen red roses Tor her long years oT worlc and achievemenT aT FeiTshans. ,, fa, BaccalaureaTe services were held aT The Armory on May 22 Marsha Rachkus received -fhe Befi-Y Crocker Award 'Q xiihx uw' Q' Y' 3 1 S sf f Q E 4 I I H 4 1 i I Y I . A Y W A w W 5 8 1 f K I 'a , I 4 ,YW .', 5 . X 1 I f 2 7-Qffgi-w,,f5:s'eSKr,A Azz' Corffkhtllfl l i w 1 . V W . , , mm s:-i' w 2' ...,,2fs1..,f:. .W ,: . , - ' 2s:fN:'r.2"f-' 'ycfuf wffzwfr-,zfwgmfaw A .wg A 1 MFE 'P'FV.GvR"f'!wv.."Q? 3i 1 r P X f7N A--4.., I , I K .1 f"-' J" ,Q .' I50 PATRON DONATIONS Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Huberl Allen Mrs. James Bell Mrs. Sam Brancalo Mrs. Franlc Burke Mrs. Nevel Chris+ie Mrs. Roy Condif Mrs. B. L. Cooper Mrs. Roberf Darovec Mrs. Grace Denny The Evening Op+imis'I' Club Mr. J. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fisher Mr. Henry William Grolh Mr. and Mrs. Farmer Housholder Mr. and Mrs. Jarrell Jarrard Mrs. Jack Jennings Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson Mr. Harold Kincaid Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kulscher The Lincoln lnn Cafe Mrs. Velma M. Mayes Mr. and Mrs. Henry McCall Mrs. Neal McHugh Mr. and Mrs. Roberf L. Naugle M-r. and Mrs. Lloyd Newquisi' Mr. Edward G. PaHerson Mrs. Emily Piclzeral Mrs. Eva Powers Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Mrs Mr. Harrison Mr. Paul M. Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. and Mr. Roy Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs James Prohopp . Glen Savage . Warren Schmalenberger Smiih, Jr. Snyder . Kennelh Spraclrlen . Arch Swan . Joseph H. Tebrugge . Ray Thomassen Harold Thompson Paul Thrasher Mrs. James E. Todd L. Vaughn Mrs. Joseph P. Veseling Mrs. E. G. Wagy Mrs. Alice Yocom QANGAMO ELECTRIC COMPANY for fhe ELECTRIC AND ELECTRONIC INDUSTRY ,. AMERICAN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 4II Easf Monroe L5 'fwiggf E A INSURED wx 2 A 65" E E AIIIIII4 SS' BLALOCICS 5c fo SI.00 Ilfh 8: Soufh Grand Walnuf 8: Jefferson STOUTS JEWELERS 3I5 Soufh Fiffh 'fu N SPRINOFIELDS OLDEST 4'9" SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION AUTOCRAFT V 2525 Easf Soufh Grand 522-3632 STRIKE 'N SPARE COMPUMENTS of BOWUNG LANES TOM BOY DRIVE-IN 3 Visif Our Coffee Shop 2502 East Linn 3 and N I6 Table Cue Room THE DEN 3220 Sfanfon Avenue Lalxefown Shopping Cenfer The Original Home of Firebrand Chili II25 Easf Soufh Grand I5I COMPLIMENTS OF A STANDARD CONCRETE AND PIPE COMPANY 2720 Souili Sixfh SI'reeI' Springfield, Illinois CONGRATULATIONS, sENloRs ILLINOIS BUSINESS COLLEGE 6II Easf Monroe Springfield, Illinois 528-8923 Esfablishecl I864 SALLY WARD DRY CLEANING 81 LAUNDRY 2nd 8: Monroe-327 Norih Sixih I I6 EasI Jefferson JIM'S LAKETOWN BEAUTY SALON I8I8 Eas+ Linn 529-I626 PARIS CLEANERS 8: FURRIERS Yale Blvd. and Ash 5 Convenieni Branch S'Iores STEINBURG BAUM CO. Corner of 9II1 8: Soufh Grand FRANKLIN LIFE INSURANCE CO. Springfield, Illinois Dis'IinguishecI Service Since I884 I52 HERITAGE HOUSE sMoReAsaoRD asus scum Six+h SCHNIRRING'S MARKET II30 Easf Ash SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS BLACK 81 COMPANY EVERLEY'S DRUG STORE I500 Easi' Cook PHONE 523-4547 8I5 Easi' Monroe Complefe Hardware, Spor+ing Goods. and Housewares BRIDGE JEWELRY COMPANY INCORPORATED JEWELERS EMPLOYEE OWNED 2 I 5 Souih Fiffh 544-079l JEAN'S FLOWER SHOP AND GREENHOUSES I428 NorI'h MacAr'Ihur PHONE 544-7477 KERST AUTO SALES 528 Souih Nin'Ih Springfield, Illinois 544-2746 ELK'S CLUB I58 509 Soufh Sixfh PHONE 527-mi SPRINGFIELD MARINE BANK The Sponsors of . . . "S+uden+ o of 0 Ihe 0 Year" Scholarship Program and "On 0 'Io o College" Loan PIan KENT'S IGA FOODLINER I830 Easf Linn-20I5 Norfh Grand Ave. SPRINGFIELD. ILLINOIS WM. STUEMKE JR. CO. MASON CONTRACTOR 2908 Woodward Ave. PHONE 529-3963 x ORB il if lsl.k l'11 IIJIDQ' ri Il ' I I4 mil Your Hosfs BeHy and Bennie Cooper s 0 Ribs o Chicken 0 Sea Foods 0 Salads 1? ea ffx fxX , 5 A Q g For Reservahons Phone 528-0503 OPEN 7 DAYS I900 Souih Fiffeenfh SIreeI '53 f t Ziufpzzw SERVING GREATER SPRINGFIELD Commissioner John H. Hunfer NU-WAY MARKET 83I Sou'rh I3+h S+ree+ SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS HARNESS HOUSE SUPPER CLUB CLARNS STEAKS, cHoPs, CHICKEN, SEA Fooos GRILL Complimenfg fealuring DIXIE LAND JAZZ lbfh 8: Cool: of a Proprielor CLARA POKORA CAPITAL O BILLIARDS 222If2 Souih Fourlh Slreef 20 Tables Free lns+ruc+ions AIR CONDITIONING HOLLAND JEWELER 2I8 Sou'I'h Sixfh S'l'reei' GEORGE HENSEY GROCERY Sfaple 8: Fancy Groceries We Malte Deliveries I030 Souih Ilih S+reef FLYNN-HIPPARD DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTION okueslsr LES CANSLER REALTY CQ. 40l Easl' Adams Springfield, Illinois 2050 Easi, Lawrence Phone 544-983i MARY ANN BEAUTY SHOP 2I56 Yale Boulevard of a FRIEND LINDLEY'S I54 FLOWERS AND GIFTS 2725 Soufh Sixfh Sireel' . . Phone 522-S533 ALLIS -CHALM ERS SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF I966 FLEETWOOD RESTAURANT Complefe Menu KEN COLE Member Brealfasf, Luncheon, Dinners REAL-r6R JL 855 Norih 3ls+ Sfreef Phone 522-56I2 J IM'S La Icefown Beau+y Salon sy I I f I ' 'H ' I8I8 E + L' I I B, S as mn I i 5 i A I PHONE 529- I 626 A BEST WISHES BURGER CHEF Io 'he 51h and Sfanford CLASS OF I966 ALVIN s. KEYS and co. '-aB0n+e'S INSURANCE LUGGAGE SHOP 6I5 E. Monroe Phone 522-3338 309 Soufh Sfh Sf. Phone 522-89I3 ff!! SPILLWAY BCWLING LANES Visif Our Modern Equipped Pro Shop for Your Bowling Needs l-Xrrh liqilgnn, Elm. "Men's Wear" 408 Soulh Fiflh Sfreel' The Slore Thai Qualify Buill' NINTH STREET MOBIL SERVICE MARINE SALES 9+h and Cook SQEIJEZE Halian-American Resiauranl' 'bo' Comnwood "The LiHle Supper Club" - PHONE 529-3054 l926 Clearlake Springfield, Illinois NELSON VAUGHN'S Friendly Service TOp'S MCDERMAND KITCHENS BIG BQY Cusfom Formica Work o Cabinefs o Floor Tile "Fasl'es+ Service ln Town" lag' Scum llll' Slreel HENRY R. BUCKHOLD, 6+h and Souih Grand Avenue ownel' x, ASS HURSCHELL WP S GAIL M. WANLESS 2 Q SHELL SERVICE REALTOR 91 REALTQRS 3 Ilih 8: Ash Springfield, Illinois E2 Q fa 426 Scum Fmh Shed 'Qiyggigaiffggfftbg A I56 EST 'YQ' rf' Y A THE RED BARN I3I S. Grand Ave FIRST NATIONAL BANK qfsprmgfzezd SYMBOL OF GOLD SEAL CHECKING FIHI1 and Adams BUCKLEY'S FLOWER AND GARDEN CENTER 20 YEARS OF SERVICE TO EDUCATION COMPLIMENTS OF LLOYD'S Cleaners and Furriers Kia I5- ? Horace Mann ' N r INSURANCE GROUP ,,,- WATKINS QUALITY PRODUCTS 2032 Soufh I5 SI'reeI Home Office-Springfield, III. I HOMElER'S DAIRY COZY 9Ih and Sfanford DRIVEJN "You can whip our cream. BuI you can+ beef our milk. PHONE 523-3643 2935 SouI'I1 SIXII1 PHONE 538-63I2 Home of 'Ihe Famous Hof Dog on a Sfick I57 V7 R ' ' cf QQ ILLINOIS NATIONAL BANK DF SPRINGFIELD - FIFTH SVVASHINGTDN Lf cmvei swung r f N LY am YE COPPER INN BEAUTY SALON MATHEIS HARDWARE 724 Easi' Capilol Hardware and Sheef Mefal Worlc PHONE 522-367l 60l Soufl1 IIII1 PHONE 523-3533 . . loolr for +l1e golden arches McDonalcl's 2849 Souih Sixfh S+ree1'-I825 Sou+h MacAr+l1ur Boulevard ALL PHOTOGRAPHY BY BURCHETT STUDIO Mr. Kurlz, Hue phofograplwer from Burchefl, has been a familiar sighi- around Feifslwans Jrlwis year. SENIORS NOT PICTURED Allred Broccardo Ronald Broccardo Milion Buchanan Clillon Calverl' Alfred Cilcas Roloerla Davis Donald Day Ered Day Allison Dewilh Ernesl Dralce John Dyer Sandra English Roberlr Farris Eric Garner Donna Horn Hugh l-lun'r James Lawson John Minser Michael Nafion Tyrone Parnell Marshall Pressler Roper? 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