Ferguson High School - Crest Yearbook (Ferguson, MO)

 - Class of 1956

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Standing: Victor Hoemann: Psychology, Typing, Eco- nomics, Sophomore Boys' Counselor, "B" Team Bas- ketball Coach, Junior Ring Committee, Senior Class Sponsor, Gerald lmpey: Mechanical Drawing I 81 ll, Shop ll, Bowling Club, Mrs. Virginia Kampschroeder, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, William Hoff: Solid Geom- etry, Physics, Algebra, Sophomore Football Coach. Seated: Mrs. Nancy McPhail: Terminal English, Eng- lish I 81 II, English VII 81 VIII, Mrs. Lucile Koester: Home Economics I 8: ll. Standing: Helen Crawford: Physical Education, GAA, Riding Club, Mrs. Jane Dieselhorstz Physical Educa- tion, Health Counselor, GAA, Patricia Doyle: Latin I 81 ll. Seated: Robert Cliff: Psychology, Director of Guid- ance Services, Education Committee, Jack Crawford: B'river's Training, Automobile Club. If K. CL Facult fn I Q I I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I E I I I I I I I I I I I

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Facult lvllt Standing: Martin Barrett: French l, English lll 81 IV, Bentley Bolin: Advanced Algebra, Algebra l, Chem- istry: Roy Beck: English lll 8K IV, Speech, Stage Crew, Junior Dramatics, National Thespian, Masquers. Seated: Helen Berger: Typing, Sophomore Girls' Coun- selor, CREST, Quill 8: Scroll: Mrs. Margaret Bolin: Dietician. Standing: Paul Koch: English V 84 Vl, School Publi- cations, Boys Intramurals, Radio Club, Quill 8: Scroll, Assistant Baseball Coach: Shirley Kuppinger: English V 8. VI, Spanish l 8: ll: Robert Johnson: Algebra I, Physical Education, Varsity Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach: Walter Lauless: Co- operative Vocational Program, Co-op Club. Seated: Mrs. Hazel Maxwell: World History: Mrs. Margaret Kurtz: Secretarial Practice, Shorthand, Prom Committee, Candy Sales.



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STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Back Row: Daniels, Harrington, Armstead, Barbay, Howle, Slade, Raley, Pugh, Arkes, Flesch. Second Row: Curtis, Leonard, Mesnier, Marshall, Lowe, Horer, Allen, Rice, Borbein, Mizell. Front Row: Goodwin, Gardner, Schoeninger, Kelley, Nienaber, Papp, Hagen, Dennison, Schuler, Homeyer. tudent Council The Student Council is the student governing body of Ferguson High School. Starting with only sixteen members in l945, the Student Council has grown with the school population. Today, there are sixty-eight representatives and alter- nates from thirty-three homerooms. The council and the executive committee meet on alternate weeks. There are nine standing STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Kay Rugen, Secretary, Don Farmer, President, Bob Flesch, Vice- President, Anita Riggs, Treasurer. committees with over one hundred members. Committee membership is open to the entire stu- dent body but every representative is required to be on a committee. Most of the work is done by the following committees and their chairmen: Education, Sharon Ploudre, Election, Fred Krieger, Ethics, Bob Flesch, Civil Defense, Dave Crocker, Publicity, Joan Burgess, Public Relations, Harry Barden, Social, Sweet Long, Service, Carol Wil- liams, and Assemblies, Roger Allen. Officers are: President, Don Farmer, Vice-President, Bob Flesch, Secretary, Kay Rugen, and Treasurer, Anita Riggs. It is the belief of the Student Council sponsors that the organization serves a distinctive purpose in a democracy. Since one of the most important obiectives of the high school is training for demo- cratic living, it is felt that the students should be given as many opportunities as possible to parti- cipate in the democratic processes. This does not mean that the administration turns over the man- agement of the school to a group of students. It does mean, however, that authority is dele- gated to the extent that student responsibility is made evident. The sponsors of this year's student council were Miss Smith and Miss Jerzewiak, who have been working with the students for the better- ment of Ferguson High School. M14-

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