Ferguson High School - Crest Yearbook (Ferguson, MO)

 - Class of 1957

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Around the next bend lies the spring of their career, a career which we hope will hold a new and exciting sensation well worth the effort put torth. We can only surmise the eager- ness which the Seniors feel as they begin a new career, but we know that they will long remem- ber and cherish their high school years. .' .1 n I vi . e 4 n W xy. I 2 f, 5 1 K 5 f , ' 4551, , ,gm ww , 1 , . ,s f l x ' , ., V x 13 ,Q Yr . f I , W - . . J At., -1 . K ,X ' -. A, , , T --.a 'Vwr-. U- ,V V, f 34 . A A, MM., ,W K - I, , ,AV,A H V A , , b , W pk f j 4 1,-...-.4Q.L ll'4'l ,mwfm,::r:vxw71fY2s7' 1" "" -.N f,f,g,,,,,.,, I V Y ,, pm m VN ' f I ., I- ,""' ' K My f, ',v:,gw I, A A .,ui5'wJ' ' ' , Hd' Y, '?'1"N fn f,,, 4tw...,f .q sfzgi-2?f"x"55Z E! 4 pw" ,,- .5 , v X , 'z we-gi L-ffl f wwf. , Because of its Cfllllpll8 J N Because ot its Leaders vvho have shovvn us the vvay to Truth who have not only listened to our prolo- lerns with understanding but have Y a aa gccrfzzsu of it Because ot these, our advisors, we will leave FHS as nobler persons. I Lerlclurs 1 Mr V C McCluer Supermtendent ADMINI BOARD OF EDUCATION Consisting of sux members the Board ot Education drrects the policies and fl nances of Ferguson Florussant Public Schools The members are elected by and thereby represent the voters of the R 2 Dlstrlct Our school has consustently been ac cepted as a member of the North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges and each year has been rated as an A A A School by the state BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated: Mrs. M. Patterson, Mr. W. C. Brown. Standing: Mr. VV, Statler, Mr. L. Coffman, Mr. R. Christman, Mr. E. Meyer, IQATIGN PARENTb CLUB Wuth Mr Ronald Crawford pressdung the Parents Club rnet on the first Mon day of every month to promote better relatlons between the teachers and the parents The organlzatnon contributed floral bouquets for the CREST Coronatlon and red carnations for the National Honor Soclety Installation and provided refresh ments at the Chrlstrnas Dance They were a'so very generous ID donating a gntt to the hrgh school -li 'Pg Left to Pugh Assnstant Pruncupal George Chapman Prlnclpal John S McCollum PARENT TEACHER CLUB Front Row Mr Amrenn Mrs Rrppstenn Mr Crawford Mrs Sample Mr Frneda Bak Row Mrs Pyatt Mrs Sonderegger Mrs Lups Mr McCollum Mrs Brown Mrs Spauldrng Mrs Chamberlarn 13 215415, ' 'Tiff' QXQH . :WS I . .4 K , N. . , - . .4 . , . V , , l- r ' 1 r I . Faculty Top: Aleck Burgess: Physical Education, Health, Athletic Director, Mrs. Margaret Chamberlain: Librarian, Library Assistants, Jack Crawford: Driver's Education, Automobile Club, Patricia Doyle: Latin I 8. ll, Latin Club, Junior Red Cross. seeeeeaae iaoooooooo Middle: Victor Hoemann: Typing, Economics, Junior Counselor, Varsity Basketball Coach, Standard ized Ring Committee, Senior Class Sponsor, William Hoff: Solid Geometry, Physics, Algebra I 81 ll Sophomore Football Coach, Tennis Coach, Regina Jerzewiak: Government, World History, Stu' dent Council, Robert Johnson: Algebra l, Physical Education, Varsity Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach. Bottom: Shirley Kuppinger: English V 8- VI, Spanish I 8. ll, Spanish Club, Modern Dance Club, Mrs. Margaret Kurtz: Secretarial Practice, Shorthand ll, Typing ll, Prom Committee, Candy Sales, Bentley Bolin: Advanced Algebra, Chemistry, Mrs. Joanna Brawley: Biology, Radio Club, Astronomy Club. -14- Faculty Top: Walter Lauless: Co-operative Vocation Program, Co-cp Clubg Peter Lesser: English V 8. VI, If V, g "A I 1 Conversation Club: Mrs. Marjorie Livingston: Sophomore Physical Education, GAA, Pep Clubg' ' , Merrill McDaniels: Junior Physical Education, Track Coach, Assistant Football Coach. , 1 Middle Mrs Hazel Maxwell World History Thomas G Moore Terminal Engl: h E glish Vll 8. Vlll Literature Thespian Guild Stage Crew National Thespian Society Katherine Pratt Commercial Law Shorthand I Typing Service Committee Henry Prokop Biology Assistant Sophomore Foot Bottom Albert Schaefer Bookkeeping Consumers Math Service Cornmvtee Eileen Smith Amer tcan History Junior Ccun elor Student Courcil Martin Tempel Shop Mr Lots Turne English 8. i5 ' : . : A 5 . 2 i AS , Fl ' , ball Coach, "B" Basketball Team Coach. lll IV. Top: Martin ' I"" .ww W' Faculty Barrett: French I 8. II, Latin Ig Helen Berger: Typing, Sophomore Counselor, CREST, Quill 8. croll, Mrs. Margaret Bolin: Dieticianp Robert Chamberlain: World History, American History. U .XP ,X Mudd Psychology Director of Guidance Service Education Committee Helen Craw ford Physical Education GAA Riding Club Mrs Jane Dieselhorst Physical Education Health Counselor GAA Gerald Impey Mechanical Drawing I 8. II Advanced Shop Bowling Club Bottom Berkley Kalin English V 8. VI World History Rifle Club Mrs Virginia Karnpschroeder Shorthand Typing School Publications Quill 8. Scroll Mrs Lucille Koester Home Eco I 8. II Howard Lewis American History Psychology le Robert Cliff TYOYTTICS -l' I6 'X f fax' ,Af is X I f , '45 f Q X ' bu c' g , fl, , I , '5"1-117i 'AE' I 1 ' ' 1 ' O Vffqfonffilgcfcfxii Ylgffrfffi 'T Zfgll 1,26 ing 4,A LK! Top: Margaret Nichols: English Ill 8. IV, Speech, Creative Writing Club, Riding Club, Lyda Nourse: English Ill 8- IV, FTA, Sophomore Counselor, John Owen: Algebra I, Chorus, Choir, Choral En- sembles, Boys' Glee Club, Girls' Glee Club, Max Playnickn Orchestra, Band. Middle Mrs Lillian Rippstein Secretary to the Principal Office Assistants R b ec Remedial English Mrs Irene Trail Secretary to the Assistant Principal Edward Ts hannen Physical Education Health Var ity Baseball Coach Art I 8 ll Busy Brushes Robert Watson Biology Protection Cluo Charles Winscott Driver s Tram mg Assistant Varsity Football Coach Assistant Track Coach Assistant Wrestling Coa h William os At I 8- Ar Ill S. IV Social Committee Assn tant Tra lx Coa I7 , '. . , . : ' . . . . i . . I . . I ki Bottom: Harold Ulbright: Plane Geometry, Tennis Coach, Photography Club, Mrs, Alice Ulbrighrz Vo 1 r ll, t , ' , 's c ch, ' 9 'X u 5 F 'SX STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Back Row: Curt Linberg, John Schultz, Jack Pearce, Don Wyatt, Steve Sample, Dale West, Jeff Estes, Bruce Eeard, Second Row: Marlene Menzemer, Barbara Chamberlain, Kay Rusnack, Melaine Marshall, Merle Klostermann, Madeleine Martin, Gertie 1 I Raney, Marilyn Finney, Jane Mesnier. Front Row: Terry Smith, Mary Bindbeutel, Theresa Tucker, Carolyn McNeely, Carol Leonard, Judy Watler, Judy Gluckhertz, Anina Goth, Sandy Dornan, Sally Arms. U Student Council STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS L-R: Nancy Papp, Secretary, Bob Tippett, Vice President, Alex Geiger, President. Seated on Floor: Laura Allman, Treasurer U-Ji One of the most important organizations in the high school is the Student Council. The pur- pose of the organization is to give training in democratic living. The council operates as an ad- visory rather than a governing body. Students may have a voice in the governing of school af- fairs through the Student Council. The Student Council meets two days a week and the Execu- tive Committee one additional day. Much of the work is done by the standing committees-Assem- bly, Safety, Service, Ethics, Publicity, Public Re- lations, Social, Election and Education. Each representative who is chosen from his or her homeroom has a definite responsibility to carry out. lf, at any time, a student feels that something in the school could be improved it is relayed to the representative who in turn brings it up at a Student Council meeting. The problem is discussed and the results are reported to the homerooms by each representative. ln this way student opinion is made evident. The Student Council is under the guidance of Miss Eileen Smith and Miss Regina Jerzewiak who have been working with the Ferguson High stu- dents for the betterment of the school. l8 cf' qi" .T ,yZFf.frf"Wlf . Tix L wr' Wifi EXECUTIVE MMITTEE The pri acti ' f the Exec e Commi -ordinate all o wor o the dent Council. h E mittee is o posed of the rs d stand' 5 committee chair th Stu- dent Council e S n Co ' pres- ident presid ll eeti s. he com- mittee meets ever wee o Ice plans for the regular tudent ncil meetings and to discuss pro s of the various committees. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Front Row: Karla Kretzmann, Pat Curtis, Joan Hagen, Elizabeth Lips, Judy Brenner, Laura Allman. Second Row: Steve Sample, Neal Hern, Alex Geiger, Bob Arlces, Nancy Papp, Bob Tippett. WELCOMING COMMITTEE The Welcoming Committee's purpose is to welcome any new student who enters school after the first of the year. One boy and one girl from each grade level are chosen to carry out this duty. The members are selected by the Education Committee on the basis of good school citizenship, good scholarship and friend- Iiness. WELCOMING COMMITTEE Front Row: Maria Ambrose, Neal Hern. Back Row: Melanie Marshall, Jeff Estes, .lack Patter- son, Madeleine Martin. ELECTION COMMITTEE With Neal Hern as chairman, the Elec- tion Committee tried something new this year. A Mock Presidential Election was held giving students a realistic view of an authentic election. The committee super- vised the election ot senior class officers and Junior Prom Committee. Another im- portant activity ot the committee was the election ot student council officers in the spring. ELECTION COMMITTEE Front Row: Judy Gluckhertz, Bill Ansel, Susan Ma' honey, Neal Nern, chairman, Sandy Carter, Laurie Nienaber, Anina Guth. Back Pow: Bradley Skeen, Bill Neel, Alan Bemis, Keith Kester, Fred Szhnell, Ron Jenkins. Not Shcwni: Dale West ,. to., .ft PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Chairman of the Publicity Committee this year was Judy Brenner. The com- mittee designed a new calendar for school events and maintained it regularly. The students were kept informed of all Student Council committee meetings by an accurate schedule which was posted onthe bulletin board. Displaying posters for school dances and various committee campaigns was also an important part of their job. Back Row: Bev Behle, Kay Rusnack, Dave Rauth, Melanie Marshall, Barbara Jens. Front Row: Sue Whitelwill, Sue Brace, Judy Brenne Chairman, Sue Morrison, Carolyn McNeely. tNot Shovvnt: Anne Moseley, Sue Ruhr. EDUCATION COMMITTEE Headed by Pat Curtis the Education Committee planned, for the first time, a senior orientation to college. Under this plan representatives from various colleges answered questions concerning college life. The committee organized Career Day in April, and sponsored soph- omore orientation'in the spring. Kneeling: Merle Klosterman, Dolores Richardson, Kay Thompson, Pat Curtis, Terry Tucker, Adele Twillmann. Standing: Margaret Cook, Billie Jo Burnett, Jane Kirby, Judy Wafler, Kay Largent. INot Showni: Gail Phillips. Y' SAFETY COMMITTEE The Safety Committee, headed by Steve Sample, engaged in research on civil defense. They organized and put into effect an adequate civil defense pro- gram, and made a safety check of all possible hazards in the school. The com- mittee also collaborated with community officials in getting a civil defense pro- gram for the entire town. Back Row: Ron Meade, Paul Plavnick, Larry Schil- ling, Richard Roberts, Ken Press. Front Row: Gertie Raney, Barbara Freise, Steve Sample, Chairman, Betty Jaspers, Marilyn Finney. tNot Shovvnt: Paul Siebel. SOCIAL COMMITTEE The Social Committee with Liz Lips as chairman was responsible for planning a nd decorating all Student Council dances. The first dance of the year was the "Pig Skin Prom," at which an honor- ary football team was elected. Christ- mas came and the committee trans- formed the gym into a breathtaking "Symphony of Snow." The committee planned the school's annual excursion on the Admiral. Back Row: Don Spaulding, Jack Patterson, Doug Pauley, Scott Jones, Don Holmes, Birdie Kohrs. Jay Petrea. Front Row: Jane Mesnier, Mary Bindbeutel, Sally Arms, Terry Smith, Liz Lips, Chairman, Janet Holmes, Sharon O'Neil, Bev Lowe, Marcia Boh- meyer. iNot Shownjg Gloria Jaworow:ki. 1 Q I ETHICS COMMITTEE The Ethics Committee this year was under the leadership of Bob Tippett. A Code ot Ethics was presented to each student at the Sportsmanship Campaign held in December. ln January a Clean-up Campaign was conducted. Minimum re- quirements were set up tor school clubs and plans were made to renew all char- ters in the spring. Front Row: Judy Smith, JoAnn Bogdanor, Bob Tip- pett, chairman, Laura Allman, Norma Borbein, Back Row: Gene Boyd, John Schultz, Jack Pearce, Dick Morgan, Jeff Estes. SERVICE COMMITTEE The Service Committee, with Karla Kretzman as chairman, oriented a student exchange program for the school year T957-58. We were proud to be the first public high school in St. Louis County to have such a program. The committee also contributed to the support ot two war orphans through collections from the stu- dent body, provided ushers tor school ac- tivities and had charge ot the publication ot the Who's Who Books, Eazk Row: Skeet Sesney, Stan Ries, Chuzk Moore, Don Wyatt, Ron Frede, Steve White, Russ Kirby, Front Row: Sharon Maloney, LeAndre Labury, Delores Gantner, Linda Sell, Karla Kretzrriann, Chairman, Lynn Harris, Barbara Chamberlain, Rosemary Wermke, Sandy Dornan. Not Shownt: Les Kennett, Linda Maze, Pat Table: Dennis Erdelen, Jim Monroe. PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE The Public Relations Committee with Bob Arkes as chairman, concentrated on promoting better relations between the school and community, The committees main projects included the publication of articles in local newspapers concerning important school events. Another pri- mary proiect ot the committee was the planning and editing ofa full length mo- tion picture showing the various activi- ties of the Ferguson High Student Coun- cil. Front Rovv: Charlene Schmidt, Marlene Menzemer, Bob Arkes, Maria Ambrose, Madeleine Martin. fack Row: Myrna Farver, Jirn Ellern, Marshall Stark, Betty Ambrose, ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE The Assembly Committee, under the leadership ot its chairman, Joan Hagen, picked the assemblies for T957 and 1958. Welcoming committees were formed to greet each paid assembly tor this year. These committees helped in setting up the performers' equipment. The commit- tee sponsored a Christmas Tableau and Choral program, Kneeling: Merle Compton, Judy Boyd, .loan Hagen, Chairman, Sandy Brewer, Carol Leonard, Brian Costello. Standing: Curt Linberg, Roberta Steel, Bruce Beard. lNot Showntz Sandy Horer, Nina Craig, Don Funke, Dave Pope. . . . lgecrizisu of its Because of its Sfudehis, who vvill for- ever seek knowledge, who face problems vviTh an open mind, who share our Tri- umphs and uhdersilahd our Trials, who are our companions . . . Because of These, our friends, vve vvill remember our high school vividly. Stl irluizls I s W ' Q4 Nmhf LR Pat Curtss Secretary Neal Hern Pressdent Wayne SQFIIOI' Class GHICQTS ln 1945 46 the sensors elected Thesr fsrst class offscers who were nomsnated by the sensors sn Student Assembly These offscers pressded at all sensor class meetsngs and co operated wsth the class sponsor sn plannsnq sensor Tunctsons Ssnce that date sensor otfscers have become a tradstson sn our school On December l9 the sensor class of T957 elected thesr ottscers Neal Hern pressden Wayne Flesch vsce pressdent Pat Curtss secre tary Karla Kretzmann treasurer The fsrst sensor class meetsng of the year was held February 15 to organsze The partscspatson ot The entsre sensor class sn The productson of the sensor play Present at The meetsng were Mr lesch Vsce Pressdent Karla Kretzmann Treasurer Hoeman sponsor and Mr Barrett chasrman of The publscsty for The play Under The dsrectson of Mr Moore The class of T957 presented Arsensc And Old Lace by Robert Kesselrsng The play revolved around two eccen Trsc old masd sssters who murdered old men to put Them out of Thesr mssery and Then had Teddy The nephew who belseved he was Teddy Roose velT bury Them sn The cellar wsth The sdea shaT he was dsggsng The Panama Canal' Leadsng roles were Aunt Martha Marcsa Bohmeyer Aunt Abby Roberta Steel Elasne Harper Jean Klsnkman Jonathan Brewster Ronald Gray Teddy Brewster Jerry Pyatt Mortimer Brewster Ksm Ellss D Esnstesn Curt Lsnberg 5 T471 Rs 5 . r 2 ', : , ' : F 1 ' ' : 1 - . . 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Adams, Lois Miehe, Marlene Menzemer, Second Row: Jerry Henage, Paul Osborn, John Garagnani, Terry Conrad, Bobbie Jones, Beverly Weiler, Bobbie Evans, Theo Homeyer. Third Row: Paul Chilton, John Sropple, Winston Jones, Tony Hei, Virgil Lamkin, Ray Miller, Jerry Drysdale, Bob Ansel. Back Row: David Powers, Ron Jenkins, Allen White, David Schulte, Jerry Bosch, Kevin Pauley. Juniors Fronf Row: Donna Horr, Judy Wafler, Carol McDonald, Sue Whitehill, Raylene Staires, Sandra Carter. Carol Hampp, Marie Kunkel. Second Row: Barbara Rice, Judy Nash, Jackie Aubuchon, JoAnn Bogdanor, Barbara Litteken, Joan Emery, Joan Hellmer, Cecelia Shaw. Third Row: Dick Monfrey, Ken Press, Mel Carter, Rich Seiler, Jim Towell, Andrew Kehoe, Bill Gruenloh, Sam King. Back Row: Dave Fleetwood, Fred Kitcher, Ed Peters, Bill McGee, Bruce Beard, Stan Brown. ,48, Juniors Fron' Row: Donna Schultz, Barbara Sturm, Ella Pulliam, Maudelie Keen, Alayne Niehaus, Anina Gu'-. Nancy Sheridan. 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Second Row: Brent Mandry, Darrell Tullock, Dot Hutcheson, Judy Swank, Lois Tiefenauer, Richard Speiche', Ron Pacino. Third Row: Ken Nobles, Gary Andrews, Larry Schilling, Charles Grubb, Dan Kelleher. Back Row: Lanny Brewer, Bill Koob, Ed Mahoney, Richard Young, Dennis lsenberg. Juniors Front Row: Janet Turner, Pat Bressie, Jean Strain, Nola Nix, Frances McGehee, Joan Ray, Linda Sell. Second Row: Delores Gantner, Roxane Glaser, Diane Loyd, Janice Hernrninghaus, Ronald Bosch, Betty Jaspers, Rosemary Weir, Clare Schallert. Third Row: Robert Fairbranks, Earle Franke, Torn Alwood, Rex Latta, James Tracy, Bill Sheridan, Paul Plavniclm, Fourth Row: Bernard Hartmann, Steve White, Steve Sample, Dave Ma'shal! Dave Spacloni, Rol:e'1 Taylc' John Crowell, Gary Gronemeyer. , 50 5- Front Row: Laura Allman, Mary Tranter, Mary Lou Frieda, Judy Collins, Rita Martin, Nornfa Wills, Jaret Holmes, Sally Predock. Second Row: Ida Clay, Pat Tabler, Pat Ott, Dick Klein, John Rea, Janet Stieg, Soc: Hinderer Third Row: James Monroe, Don Staples, Ron Meade, Al S:hlUeter, Larry Willhite, Jerry Byreau Back Row: Wendell Hamlin, Tim Aldrich, Ted Sime, Larry Fahrig, Ed Lark. Juniors Front Row: June Wilson, Babs Baldwin, Sue Morrison, Loveli Fender, Marcia Broeckling, Berna Dean Westerman, Diane Schantz, Sandy Meyer, Merle Comptona Second Row: Carol Heggarty, Genevieve Hunter, Lois Raley, Beverly Weeks, Cathy Begole, June Lovely, Betty Ambrose, Madeleine Martin, Joan Fahrig. Third Row: Gilbert Miller, Bill Slater, John Love, Doug Pauley, Randy Bartareau, Roy Hartmann, Charles Jones. Back Row: Richard Roberts, Pete Powell, Don Wyatt, Lee Sir, Herb Sulser, Ken Crouse, Don Slayton. 1 ,iv 2 xl' -51 If +V: I Front Row man, Second Ro Diana Third Row Back Row: chon, JUHIOVS Soohomores Front Row: Susan Bramrneier, Rosemary Meador, Carol Leonard, Janice Saclcwski, Lynette Pont, Sandra Moore, Barbara Johns, Jan Duerr. Second Row: Jim Holtshouser, George Knittel, Nancy Hoelzer, Janet Hamilton, Carol Yenny, Joan Strain, Bob Heuer, Ronald Willman. Third Row: Kenneth Lang, Roger Scheppers, Stephen Myers, Fred Beckrnann, Fred Watkins, Don Muellers- man, Ronnie Drake. Back Row: Richard Weeks, Jim Haefner, Robert Carter, Jack Edler, Don Paule. Front Row: Annette Miller, Carole Casteel, Kathy Jones, Sharon Sue Nichols, Gloria Williams, Charlene Kenney, Judi Gluckhertz, Angela Gulotta. Second Row: Jim Christy, Barbara Ann Boyce, Julia Hammerschmidt, Beverly Rhoacles, Nancy Vaughn, Mary Ellen Schmitt, Jacquelyn Tate, Johnny Hickey. Third Row: Robert Taylor, Charles Graham, Douglas Gracey, Stan Ries, Russ Kirby, Erika Zaetsch, Beverly Switzer, Back Row: Sue Largent, Don Blondin, Paul Raidt, George Hundelt, Sandra Nemanick, Earl Zimmer. s 50 Front Row: Nellie Ann Graber, Donna Micheal, Jane Zimmerman, Sharon Lemonds, Judy Forfel, Sharon Scarpace, Doris Wilkinson, Lee Ann Braucksieker. Second Row: Sandra Tooley, Nancy Kelley, Judy Allen, Maryann Grow, Carol Tilley, Louise Taylor, Terrall Crowe, Harry Steinrnann. Third Row: Eugene Boyd, Bob Jarzenbeck, Theresa Cazciabando, Nancy Dittrich, Sharon Moloney, Larry Hudgins, Dean Spaulding. Back Row: William Fox, Arnold McCormick, Art Martin, Jerry Davis, Wayne Renaud, Skeer Sesney, Larr,' Peiniann, John Walz. Front Row: Jackie Brakensiek, Judy Kunznick, Barbara Rohne, Sharon Molen, Carolyn Wildeisen, Mary Ellen Hizer, Mary Jane Jones, Irma Sfilts. Se:ond Row: Billie Farmer, Diane McCullough, Sandra Gaibel, Annette Morotz, David Yorg, Marilyn Stark Skip Goodale, Bob Nick, Third Row: Robert Broyles, Genie Raney, Phyllis Von Benren, Tom Stark, John Hendry, Barbara Benne Jan Gisborne, Arf Ockel. Back Row: Jerry Gusrin, Larry Hari, Jerry Daniels, Bob Joseph, Terrell Liyezey, Roger Behle, Gil Reynolds Jim Sanders, Soiohomores 54 ,- Front Row: Beverly Butler, Nina Knapp, Rosemary Wermke, Becky Oberle, Loleta Lambert, Second Row: Melanie Marshall, Sue Mahoney, Jackie Amick, Judy Wilson, Rae Moore, Dolores Heggie, Patsy Smith. Third Row: Larry Patton, Kenneth Fields, Wanda Rarney, Jessierviae Lockhart, Al Corradi, Betty Zuroweste, Judy Ann Eickrnann. Back Row: Ron Sonderegger, Don Mason, John Mooney, David Bowman, Brad Skeen, Dick Stanfield, Steve Rusnack, Front Row: Marlyn McCance, Lee Andra Laburay, Marilyn Blackwell, Sandy Dornan, Donna McGee. Sophomores Hunter, Jerry Second Row: Marilyn Finney, Jane Barnett, Carolyn Leonard, Laurie Nienaber, Ronald Suttrnoeller, Howard Marshall, Alan Robinson. Third Row: Alan lhle, Dick Morgan, Beverly Lowe, Rose Krueger, Patricia Piechocinski, Judy Harrison, Donna Mangrum, Bill Schmidt, Back Row: Claude Rogers, Gene Garofalo, Alan Cool, Ted Feller, Mark Harrington, Bill Wiese, Charles Slade, ' . 1g 5 H ,- X, Front Row: Richard Runge, Jonathon Killmer, Bev Tate, Pat Rivera, Pat Madden, Donna Ransin, Carol Place, Helen Alvvood, Don Strauser. Second Row: David Morgan, Rich Weidman, Noel Orell, Jack Ballinger, Roger Craft, Lynn Harris, Sharon Jackson, Julia Holtgrewe, Kathy Blasingame. i Third Row: Bill Stymiest, Bev Frost, Raymond Olsen, Norman Krutzman, Barbara Chamberlain, Myra Gaston, Shirley Williams, Richard Hashagen, Jean White. Fourth Row: Roy Chrisco, Mike Polivick, Fred Braucksieker, Paul Demay, Linda Maze, Ethel Onstott, Janet Stogsdill, Jim Stark, Richard George, John Clevenger. Front Row: Fran Duclos, Barbara Farmer, Florence Kunkel, Rose Ann Muckle, Shirley Robinson, J Schieferle, Vivian Williams, Liz Hart. Second Row: Paul Brautigam, Richard Steinkamp, Don Seitz, Sandy Brewer, Sharron Luebbert, Gene Parris, Virginia Norton. Third Row: Dale Chesley, Jerry Arnell, ,lay Petrea, Ronald Wessel, Kathy Meiners, Lorna Dale, Jeanne Wagner, Ralph Dieckmann, Leslie Bass. Eazk Row: Mike Kelleher, George Alexander, Jeff Estes, Rizha'd Heil, Dan Lashley, Ken Hoffmann, Paul Moeller, Louie Schelker, Sophomores me Soohomores Front Row: Tim O'Brien, Barbara Weir, Marcia Funken Adrian Meador, Dorothy Kretschnnar, Barbara Beck, Jerry Luebbert. Second Row: Mary Jane Boyle, Lynne Sznuler, Ma: Goodwin, Bill Beerh, Ronnie Latta, Jody M:Ardle, Beverly Hannah. Third Row: Daveen House, Jeannie Sneed, Paul Johnson, Dave Carmichael, Dian Barcikovvski, Mary Rossiter, Edward Rutledge. Back Row: Jerry Cook, Bill Ray, Barbara Thompson, Jerry Sutter, Robert Neel, Susan Buescher, Jerry Tirtdall, Front Row: Jil Gardner, Jana Nash, Phyllis Ryan, Gerry Schwartz, Marilane Heitrnan, JoAnn Uniflc-ct, Margaret Kesting, Beverly Dennison. Second Row: Hugo Frieda, Ray James, Alonna Rodin, Bette Parker, Jane Mesnier, Norma Wahl, Roy Maull, Jim Dillon. Third Row: Bill Pape, Mike Repp, Lee Christian, Jim Adkins, David Patterson, Charles Wirtke, Verdelle Perry. Back Row: James Giovando, Eill Wilderman, Sherri Hearn, Laurence Paop, Dennis Schaefer, Leroy Parson, Don Krupp. 4 A 5 fi 1 5 G 5"""' IIlCtS lctorlou 1 t Two Games Remember Ferguson playg scuhle Soldan-Blewett next Saturday 20 - o September 29. Game time i 8:00 p.m. at Public School Aft ' ' ' tra Winmott, the Ferguson Comets crossed over for their first of the season at the flat. Friday coin The Pirates won and ri of the ther, . 'attempted own '30 haxe amothn If 1' ' a - - ' ' pun Pirate 'I'errxtoI'y. an I later the Com-its f ond run by Rig White. On the n again crossed tl the extra point ended 7-0. n er several weeks of vig- ming under the able of Head Coach P fStadn1m. A Johnson and assistanti loneers ow. . Merrill McDaniels and the opening es of Second quarter e ball hands times the Comets able to out a. drive ended White crossing over for seco cross for the bonus mt penalty later in the quar- from scoring again on 9. from Don Spaulding to Tippett and the quarter The third the'Pirates bootimr off quarter Downed By Sfahsmon In their first conferfmf' of the season the F'-N High Comets were dovvned the Vvebstc-r High Statasxncn to 7 at Fez'g1xson's Hom: lost the toss and off to the Statesman. pushing the Comets dc-ep their own territory the nen fumbled losing the to the Comets. After run- several unsueoessful plays, the Comets wore to punt and WVebster re- the ball until they scor- a run by Full Back Hawkins. The conver- thnough the up- 011 scored and the quarter ended 0 Webster on top. the second quarter neither was able to gain much of and much punting' an intercept- pass and some Comet runs the Statesmen ' nd six point tally. This' Kenny Crouse carried the 8 . W P0 f the score 14-0. An off- ir was all that kept the Com-N I 9 A distance Comets their ason the were f mal SP 0 in a High 0 AQ pf: littlev as gain her side V'f"':" h result- ty punks ee for the Piont 'ad tw :,-'.1. ' the Com- ets. B r f' team could discover o rs weakness. the quart f ded with the :-ioore 0 ' ..','::-'l -:-': Ii' fln the ope' ,W tinut.-ee of the second quarter 'I' e Comets at- tempted to quick kick from their own 10 Yd. stripe on the third down. The kick was blocked, however, and the Com- et. recmez-ing 'ho blocked kick was trapped rn h 1 own und zone for at 2 pu nt s Qfvty gli' ng' Kirkwood a two point edgv. The Comets then kicked off to the Pioneers from their own 20, the usual procedure follow- ing a Safety. Several plays Ia- ter, however, the Pioneers fum- bled and Bob Tippett recovered the pigskin for tht- Comets. The Comets experienced their dif- the Comets 7 - 0 NVeb- quarter both scoring. Fer- the opening second half and the ball up. Af- straight through the Webster line gains Kenny tht bail across Stateamen fum' yard 1 extr. th gush klckc. ra fusoo ter d the my o Q'ou.s from stripi point Th an the ex '1 1 score 7 and 7. n were no lem give up the ball than and soon broke out of the ir own. Making 'x 29 Yard Pass :md a run from the Comet I1 yard stripe the Statesmen xvmvf again able to score. The vonver- sion was again perfect ending the QIIQIITPI' 14 to 7 Svvbster again on top. In the final quart:-r of play both teams again were uname to gain a foothold until late in the quarter when Ferguson fin- 9 he rguson Comets .Defeat Riverview Rams19 fo 7 Playing a non-league game against the Riverview High Rams at the Rams home flat N last Saturday Oct. 27, the Fer- guson High Oomets were able to hand the Riverview Rams their first defeat in two seasons of play by the score of 19 to 7. W i fir Opening Ulf! first quarter , fthe Comets lost the toss and kicked off. Riverview unable to wake yardage was quickly forced to punt the ball back to the Comets. Fvrgfuson ran wow-1 ul shut plays from scrim- hefnro l.a1'1'y While con- on a pass to George on the Riverview 1 Stripe. Seconds later FB. P'uley carried the ball first score of the the Comets a six Comets elected point and were ul. The First Quar- ' ended Coniets 6 Rams 0. d 1 he opening minutes of the I Qond quarter were largely ent in a booting exhibition ,cl a booting exhibition it was 5 the mi:-:ed crowd watched Comefs George Alexander --5 1""':'::? ii" ' several 45 Yd. bullets. 1 Latex' in the quarter a River- view fumble deep in their own territory hurt the Rams as Fergu.son's Doug Pauley was able to recover. A few plays later Pauley was able to pene- trafbe the end zone for his Second and the Comets second six point tally. Again the wbtempt to gain the extra point was unsuccmsful and the half ended 12 - 0 in favor of the Comets. Opening the second half Riverview kicked off to Fergu- son but a Ferguson fumble al- lowed the Rams to gain con- trol of the ball following the kickoff. Several plays after. however, Riverview fumbled 'and Sonny Knibb scooped it up ' and scooted 45 yds. for another Comet six pointer. This time the extra point attempt was good on a pass from Pearce to Larry White made the score 19-0 on top. Several mirmf ,opening of the' 4Riverview connec lpass play to the 4Yd. Stripe. Several 'the Rams were able a line plunge. The sailed through the uprigh' the scoreboard then reg lguson 19 Riverview 7. ' fof the game both tea ened their defenses SCOPE 1 A safety and a 1 touchdown r Ferguso F . Rivervie Rivervievq's Rams becam . the dust in 24 hours when the V vesterday in a non-league . Ladue and Roxana each Kirkwood Stops Ferguson, 8 N urban for Baz bxx OX LF after from the rapped drixt Perf xrs on th later in Pifrit Ki reco HOW day Grove it-rumen 1 W g.me X S lcit a , 5 d 1 .air I., .'. WM hpauhung 1 4r'Nr MILLQ' D. Vnlnlrv Emu Uthtp pn! dmms - -- .."'!' "9!f""!5-" Kirkw On Fergusol Pnoneer., tacked on tourhdown to a safety and defeated Ferguson Comets, 8-0 a Suburban League school game. ey blockcfi a Fergu- md George Alexander r Ferguson in the he was tackled fo stood up until early play centered around 501m when Allen ayd. stripe. Riverview run Ernest around end from four plays giving drive. would repeat the re- Feygs-,Son Stgppgd on die Wind repeat- the 're' 1-foot line fourth quarter ,vez-se. VVhen the whistle in its most lm-eat, iblew the score still Stood Com lets 19 Rams 7. The raised their to 2-'Z 5' Fergusoll Comefs Dubbed by Rifenour I9-7 th undefeated team to bite Comets scored a 19-7 upset e Rams' field. Collinsville, rst loss Friday night. Qrview entered the game a 4-0-1 record, but it was evident that the undefeated was going by the boards as son hung up one touchdown 'h of the first three quarters. g Pauley carried over the two Comet scores to forge halftime lead. He plunged the 2 after a 35-yard first rr drive, and went over 3 Huskies 28 - 0 Tigers Nip Comets On September 30 Saturday night. Sept. 30. theiiy in a punting i . .- , , High omets met lhe-as eadx aide ther' wiplgfxnsp b'jfg3ge Bla-welt 'Tigers atgrunmng and cmwd of the Stadium in a 4 Iorfeclt to ,., 4 ,a er m ggenuligh rw! the toss and fTigcrs 5224, to 0 in the- 'I'igcrs, Aftergthe 1 4-Unf,,,.em,f, several unsuvvessful glxlll ' Tigers were forced iTtger Fez-g-ugon wo, punt from about their own itempt lf-:mod to Mk Yard swipe. The Comewiq-rw-fer mpg, Rfgenom- wang 1 tucked the ball underiets 7. xmake a few short Wing and refused tn KW? In tm .K-,gm fm.,.0d M, punt M After running numerous , Pauley Plays: later, Ferf.fusu found the Huskio dcfe light and were fmved to few plays later. After tl. had changed hands times the Huskies: clerided to 'keep it, moving the ball 60 Yards on a dozen or su playa and going for the first T.D. I s in . md slx yard gaxns straight ' A middle Don Spanldlngf Q wvier for a six point tally. , Di 1 organ passed to Lzu-ryf W in time flat for the extra 0 e end of the first quzu'-I er. 4 5 Lea Fall ai' ? po i the ummm lead 1 ml t the 3 in the 5 Co d t The Conversion was perfect and Q , ,,,,.m,p,.p3 npifgigeii the QIIRNPI' ended T-0 Rite-nour. Ferguson HI School ff ,V n their first home garne- of 0 0 season the Ferguson High EbSf9l' vlSlfS Ferguso iz, 'zz' , ew mmf-d haf-R me Maw' ' High Leafs in a 13 to 6 'Z Y, , xr ni f e first qlmru-1' things g g 4 kvd bad for the Com:-is as I e Maplewood Leafs received a e. V Q Opening kirkoff and grmmd m ' It first down after first down. ' ze Leafs were finally' stopped vever, and forced' to punt. By HOWARD KEE ' k Morgan reveivecl the punt em Winter, veteran St. Louis area football mach who is en- pgglnugfffg 2'i.'g:Tg2:yTa-Imlv' a perfect record in his freshman ww, yn at the helm nf that Qs mn was' worth me andy Vikings. will Icarnvtonlght jwhuiur his club has a vhancef 9 of admission ajone as he etbuburban League Big Sxx mia when the ever-dangcrousfx 5 ,xxggd gackgm- ,lfter mckgef re- ,rsxty Vity Indians call to open the league season. Q fy 'icing his field several times. te,-I yvho combed at Stl- LH' Morgan. Again th? mf attempt for the extra point! S for many Seasons ,md version sailed thmugh the U VV fl no good and the quarter, that team to the Catholic rights making the score 14 a 1 Z Wg" 6 and 0' , ic Conference title the last 0 Ritenmxr. The Camels hnr,m,,, F' ond qua-"t"Y' "'UU't"d 'ars. has piloted the Vikings record in pre-league com- City which was ersxty I: down thus year be tto GI in the league 513 . q. 'fl If fm-st arts-rn: -PTD H1 Y01Ll"d0'-xnfl llq bfwkmj pu I and 70'1t 6 5 the 5:01. to feel the pigfskin as tfeyj 'were agrai11 forced to punt soc'-. thev received The' onds after Huf-,ku-Q agraxn broke out 'come Vbrxllmnt mine and thm Mme Q cam ai rn with a ban TB' Jim Marsden Went Over' f01' P S g n 287 upset of Beaumont. 3 his Second Rlfefmur Tally - - ..,- Geox' e Otte ' 2' rman Kicked his perfect Conx ersmn des f1V0 Var rl penalty a the Hufrkxefs The qua: Z1 and 0 Rltenour perxod of play open rguson m po-zeesxonl on about their own After running' unweccessful plavfz the attempted to punt This aunt was not only blocked but .T. Del 'Sherman picked xt up nd ran the ball over for the Jrth Ritenour tally. Otter-man .n kicked his fourth perfect 'gversion making the score D Ritenour on top. The reg he quarter was spent in a erate attempt on the Com. 'O try and score. Theflr ef- were in vain, however. game ended 28 and 0,1 UP the Comets worst t of the season. Rlt. Fer. in a see-saw affair full of fum- bles by each squad. Both teams oontrolled the ball but were f forced to punt several time due to insufficient yardage. Finally ood broke out a drive fin the Leafs going points. Maplewood Mapiew which over was to make the bonus! and the half 1 the open- eecond half drive of thelrl broke loose and several plays lets scored on a k Morgan to Bob time the Comets pick up the bonus n by Doug Pauley. ended with the of the Com- for later quarter it was Leafs as they with to score. 'Phdr efforts in vain. how- ever, as thev into a Comet defense more than up to the occasion. Play after play failed to gain yardage for the Leafs and the-y were forced to punt giving up the ball for the last time The Oomels ran a ed the mid 0 good xvhltf? 9 Fume! Morgan tempted Fl but ball swept lou of uprights. fthe kickoff were forced punt, later. the Comets started to moving the ball for a first 'goal on the Tiger 8 Yar Fom' plays later and with fmxr seconds remaining' gg-mme the Comets found pigskin still a foot short of u Tiger gnal. The Tigers fumb- Iml on their first play from sf-rimnmage but the gun sound- ed ending the gxmn- I5 and 13. Soldan on top. Vikings Pass Pas? Comets Playing za Rig Smx f'f,nt'0I's'nce Gzmw ill, the Nurnmndy Iiigfh Vikings hmm- fwlfl lust Prlday. New. 2, the I-'vfgnsmx High Chvlnvti were rlnblwsl by the Sl'0l'? uf I9 ' 0, The C'nmz'ts Inst thc' toss und ki:-ked uff in the Nm'm:mdy ll. The Vlkxngs wen- unzlhlv to Izxumh an uft'en1axvv :uni we-We l'Ux'1-wi tu punt fmu' plays later. The Come-ts uhm unable to make yamlagv wr-fu form-d to punt the ball bavk tra the Vik- ings and so on went lhe first quarter. when the quartel' cmleui vzwh iezun had punted four umes, had failed to pick up any first downs. and were tied quarts! the ked on a long pass Ferguson ll yd. tighten- ed their er, and hall four plays L without having f yardage forced to quarter the same t Laie in fd Dmallo nt Viking 20 yards .xchdown how by t rent he ever officials that forward pass had As the half ended stood 0-0- YVHS still 'Che second half the VARSITY FOOTBALL Front Row: Tom Burke, Bob Tippett, Alex Geiger, Don Wyatt, Dave Gentry, Pat Kline, Jerry Pyatt, Leonard Dillalo, Jerry Aubuchon, Don Brown, Alan Cool, Kevin Pauley, George Alexander. Second Row: Birdie Kohrs, Jerry Isenberg, Dick Stanfield, Jack Donton, Larry White, Don Spaulding, Dick Morgan, Jack Pearce, Doug Pauley, Ken Crouse, Bob Knibb, Dick Montrey, Dave Fleetwood. Third Row: Marshall Stark, Bob Fruhwirth, Lou Meyer, Ron Teare, Leslie Johnson, Winston Jones, Bill Sheridan, Sam King, Ed Mc- Guire, Leonard Dawkins, Hans Lodholtz, Allen lhle, Bill Bunting, Roy Maull. Back Row: Coach Johnson, Coach McDaniels, Coach Winscott, Gary Griffith, Jim Kennedy, John Prosser, Don Thomas, Jerry Bosch, Chuck Bernhard, Bob Ansel, Tom Collins, Bob Burgess, John Berry, Frank Fox. SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL Front Row: John Hickey, Danny Lashley, Ron Wessel, John Mooney, Ron Sonderegger, Bill Schmidt, Don Blondin, Don Muellersman, Steve Myers, Bob Joseph, Dennis Schaefer, Ken Hoffmann. Second Row: Butch Schoeninger, Stan Ries, Skeet Sesney, Jeff Estes, Don Mason, Dean Spaulding, Fred Watkins, Jim Adkins, Mike r tal Mr Hoff Assistant Coach Repp, Gene Ga o o, . , . Back Row: Ron Willman, Jerry Cook, Jay Petrea, Don Chiantare.to, Jerry Tindall, Gil Reynolds, Dale Chesley, Paul Brautigam, Les Bass, Bill Fox, Noel Orell, Jim Sanders, Coach Prokop. Football Although handicapped by a lack of size and experience, the varsity football team displayed much enthusiasm and a fine spirit in their initial year as members of the Big Six Conference. High points of the 3-won, 6-lost season were: the ex- cellent blocking and long runs which led to our victory over Maplewood, a team which the Comets had never before beaten in football, the terrific competitive spirit shown throughout the season on both offense and defense, and, the closeness of the game against Soldan, Webster Groves, and University City. The Comets led league champion U. City by a score of 7-6 in the third quarter, only to loose out in a wild fourth quarter as four touchdowns were scored. Head Coach Bob Johnson, assisted by Coaches McDaniels and Winscott, will have twelve ex- perienced veterans returning out of twenty-seven letter winners. Senior end, Bob Tippett, served as captain of the T956 team. Coach Prokop's sophomore team gained valu- able experience against tough Big Six Conference opponents. The sophomore squad will "grad- uate" a number of fine prospects up to varsity candidacy for next fall. -62- Mwfvw., JAN Q QL I-' J ,W ,., . f S f' ' -A gm . ffl 4 A" Q mf ,,-H Mx ,Af , L 4 -., :,-, 2 . ,..: . ., ' Rf? WQQWNWM ,. m.,,, W it A mf mmxs 5, We M, gpg V- 4 5" "Q Q , ' Qsmfiw-M,.i ,. . ,A ,-.. ,KA f 'K sw. g 9 ...J i af X 49" S15 ,.... -0 N .. 4 5 if X3 :M W ,jwggx ,, ,fawamstgiwiggn dxf X A in Q 'U if 'fn q 4, . vw-, AW, ' fa 1 6 . V N. . -Q A D R " 'I' L an Q 'TN' ,a 1 5 Q' W S 1 js' if 6. ,sb , . lg, gf , ' 1 'H if 1 va V 3-UIIII IIIIIIIIE' .qc -. 1 x 4 1 1 ,- 1 1' 9 ,A--x "N Q. V in VARSITY BASKETBALL et to rught Coach Hoemann Bull Robb Don Spauldung Don Funke Bull Buntung Doug Pauley Bob Tuppett Ray Elluot Pete Moss John Crowell Bob Taylor Ed Krueger Dave Spadonu Roy Byrn Muke Blackburn John Berry Paul Reuch Ralph Dueckmann B BASKETBALL Back Row Ron Sonderegger Manager Dean Spauldung Dave Yorg Muke Poluvuck Paul DeMay Ruchard Heul Butch Schoenunger .lay Petrea Front Row John Huckey Manager Ron Wessel Duck Stanfueld George Alexander Dennus Schaefe Dan Lashley Skeet Sesney Duck Morgan Mr Prokop Coach Basketball Thus year s Varsuty was composed of four Sen uors and eleven Junuors Don Funke was the only regular back from last year s squad and Ed Krue ger was the other letterman returnung There were many close games played un the season whuch showed thurteen wuns and twelve losses Seven games were lost by a total of r-uneteen pounts Some of the outstandung performances of the Comets uncluded a 75 60 wun over Rutenour to wun the Consolatuon tutle of he Normandy tour ney a 511 52 loss to champuon Unuversuty Cuty un the Webster tourney a 911 76 wun over Berkeley for thurd place un the State Reguonal tourney The 94 pOunfS set a new school scorung record lt us unterestung to note that un each tourna ment played the Normandy the Webster and the State Reguonal the team that defeated the Comets later won the tourney In the State Re guonal St Charles defeated Ferguson and con tunued on to wun the State Hugh School Champuon Shup Durung the season the Comets hut on 38 0 of theur fueld goal attempts 63 of theur ree throws and averaged ol pounts per game to theur ooponents 59 Ed Krueger was the team s leadung scorer whule Don Funke was the Comets floor man and play maker Don receuved honorable mentuon on the Dustruct team selected by the Globe Democrat L f ' 1 , ' , ' , , 4 A u , 2 ' , J u A ' , , ' F, A A A . . . , ' f I I , . I I . , , . . O, A . I f , . . O . , ,A f ' f . I . . , I . Cbllllh Play il M 1 Ciomeh leaf Tigers?Comeh Sail Pad' Ball!! D Christmas Tourney Hlbting me 1.1:-mm ms.QVikings 51 fo 47 FUYIUUUII High Comets' THQFGTQIIQ Someteamsaremore less UUDOUBOUIUIIIIOC Tlgefs lm 80 in a, nan-langue made for each other the in thruughvuf. wang' ' Q, Fgrgqggp 'Normandy High ' 441183 utherelofus 'I'xzaadlyFl5zc.ed1Z nonandthel-'ez-guson 5'5" off' TI: me opening me rim quarter meg? m'11'4'mfjX gfemw nm viuumlmwmmu Cunotawerelbletoirukfnl. the ,Vikings mmagdm ann:-xylem. oomnamoungggfmetsb Mwopot m' me 'Fm' wurnorshu'puRayBliotx5 thehfgecond 5533 n?"'P"'e' andEdKruegerh1tagaiannd?n non trophy m again on their specialty, tim mg me Normandy In mei' shot. As the opening g?ms:em,y'e wdmeming WUWDY. Dec. ticked to a close the by three HM W board read xs no 9. on gap, meld at in the second ihe, Comeu lldfdli put on a. tremendous me Vikings by a 'asf drive the Comets. Sol- point etke. The two Basketball indeed game. which can by by the Webster ment which has ing the past week the first nights ample, has won five games and buiit up mm margin over own Comets in the just nosed the Comets to 52. Webster Groves, learn, slated to win the and already the mas dominate while ibm: a strong hdpedfhelnhokldxo Leafs Drift Posi- 53 fo 49 The Ferguson High downed in a league with the Maplewood Heights High 53 to 49. The Chmets, ing their third league ir offend bring! Gxrisimv Tourney - Norma was beat by the Leda on then' wood Webster nn ' over Christ the N wg Opemng the fzrst pen-od plewood showed good bell Pioneers trol and nmmg down soma 'W The Comets also showed hi mfg hitting down under but ve Wm' fivv 4 unable to work me ball as tmmendmm OVW Kirk' as a good handling Wood 'mf Kirk' una. 'rm mmm wood upset Ritenow' High victim of the sq 59-55' quite cold from the line, afso, as they failed to in the a slight advantage not scheduled to were able to com-,this year but with me ve ' tional u-rovea Invita nd the State omshipa coming weeks the themselves dh old foe, quarter waaalnmstasooldaa not had Comet: lathe F6TZ'll-U00 toiocato hitx-zther notoutatandinz- tloorgivingthem , .game quarter: howaver,theOom-I able to thaw out ag ttariml-MIIKIGUIB Al the Ii:-at quarter aooreltazodlianxnan- wastheonicrfor- mhxutoquartere wereablampullf reboundsaatheir Withbetteru- offexxaiveandde. thscnmslauwen control the ball more ll! YQBY . gadvantage of several Maple- and tip in more ciooef Qjysfmfw U fouls and opportunities 'rm 1 -comm wuxdm iiesWg1'f?Zlfem the HUB- 2101- any points. The Leafs overcome the Vikings Hmm 3' ' coach uwere able go forge into a. tou first quarter mu- W Y Smummem UWB, point me ro 12 lead at me e as me Namandy mmwd 'gmt ld P"e""' W of the first quarter. aide ot theneoro- Y en rolling for-ward mia 48 ' 'rue gained period shegrfm mt: on wtwm mm- ' Vail? PTGVUG 00111 STB The yet, 3,-QM hing on abounds-from? Pirdfti Scllffli HST? Skim " 'EEZ' 'iii Comb 61 fe 42 me books. remember with Charles, and mem they didn! they will realize glittle u'mxb1e the Pirates had in on running mugh shed over the Vk Comets. The Normandy ,infra although they have en the Comets once, have iways warmed a pretty Efoe. as the Comets in :beaten them twice. Anyone W0'll'ld have picked the Vikings 1- half the defense confus- . Gomets which to overthrow the Pirates, there- 5'-li fore, wouid have beenfthcmght cold. The just g little off their beam, but CRUYB' fhllful unhn! hnnnAn4A and fn urn Rams Jolt Comets 60 fo 58 January 4 , In their first league game of 5 five was quite the season the Ferguson Highgtiomets, edged by the La- keep the dm' High Rams 60 to 58 in a scoring quite , contest last Friday. Jan. 4, at! jump shots behind good ,Comet and Ladue ,f The able to check by Comets were a points offensivewise. 1 ' cl The Ferguson High cmesed over the bridge Land for their contest St. 'Charley High Pxrates were able Comets by a ox to 42 score. , 'Piping off the first Qxarles held a height advantage with their five players over six feet into the shore. Dewayne Bond. rates 6' 7"' center than amply able to Pirates defensive boards sides stuffing thru qmte 9. squads hit prixnarily on shooting and as the ended the Pirates held A point 20 to 14 exe. The second period of fpund the Pirates taking vintage of some terrific balle stealing andrfast, breaks down- .tim fl-KU" 2 'Rm Band Parents ' -. 4 Qhe Parents' Club of' Ferguson Florisfant High School will spon- sor the annual basketbail game between the faculty and B team on Thursday. February 28 at 7:00 PM. in me new High School Gym. Parents are urged to attend this witl fake place of the regular monthly meeting. Judging from pam years, this promises 10 he exciting and xn- teresthxg entertainment. Tickets may be purchased at the door. A wrestling exhibition wil! be fea- tured during the hall'-time period. Pienl vou+5ifZSf" Comets 62 - 59 Five - Three - Two - theselutnoond for the FHS. -d and sl! the contedt im- 'er--oh uull and WP! Km! well siting qulrfn' Pi0hQl'l'8 of the to follow linen of play ll used. The Comets well on their in- wero not able to screen plavs too the Plonoerl. the other hind. - suecessfu! on screens many oi tipped rhrbush by Ren, had wound Q flveipoint third period Com- pickod up and tive begin to gap separating them Ploneens. like Black- post for the Oom- excelient on :Over- enabling the Oom- into a. 43-43 tie at of the third period oi quarter found the ' and Comets trading basket for several as both teams put or one of the best shooting eachie bitibnh seen thus far this year V R.-A ' vo ..' u Q . W- V c ,. kg XX 3 x 51? Y S K 54.11 39044 stag J, xy A Hifi iw . K8 ,U CAKJQ, 1 1 Q rs, jaw KM W W mif ,--115 i Wrestling This year's team enjoyed a most successful season with a record of fourteen wins, one tie, and only one loss, placing them second in the Suburban League. Our only defeat of the season went to Maplewood who placed first. The tie was with Ritenour who took third in the League. This event took place on our mat. The climax of the season and one of the outstanding events to take place this year was when we beat Rite- nour who took their lOth straight state title 25 19 The team consisted of 32 boys 29 of whom participated in regular matches and IO who were returning lettermen Twenty six boys let tered Six of the first twelve on the squad were Seniors l am sure we are all sorry to see them go and hope that all six of them will continue to wrestle in some college or university Nineteen of this years boys will be back next year with Jerry Aubuchon serving as Acting Captain. Bob Knibb served in that capacity this year and he and Tom Burke were elected at the end of the season as Honorary Captains. Both are four- year team members. Even though we had the best record in St. Louis County, with some very tough breaks dur- ing the state tournament we were still able to take third place among the 21 high schools en- tered Coach Chapman who did another fine rob with our team again this year was assisted by Coach Winscott who was a great asset to the team The team is to be highly commended on their school pride and confidence in themselves in the fine way in which they have represented our school during the past year Here is a team of which we can truly be proud WRESTUNG TEAM Back Row Walter Rice Manager Don Muellersman Jim Christy Glenn Schuman Larry Walker Jerry Keeney Dean Burgess Emmet Swyres Jack Nichols Third Row Ed Rutledge Harrell Quillman Leslie Bass Glenn Vessell John Meyer Fred Hoffman Jim Ellern Mickey McGuire Kevin Pauley Jack Repp Second Row Dick Montrey Sam King Bull Schmidt Bill Fox Dave Gentry Jerry Aubuchon Mike Repp Jerry Drysdale Jonathon Killmer Front Row Mr Chapman Head Coach Larry White Frank Fox Bob Kmbb Tom Burke Les Kennett Alex Geiger Jerry Taylor Paul Killmer Mr Winscott Assistant Coach 68 r I 1 A i 1 1 ' ' uxrxmuswfun- msaurl W as 1 in bet , .... .... .q... , 4 . Rrfenour. Ferguson Top Pfoomso ,mm 3 SUBURBAN llatmen oonthmyon their war-wltertgbg o o ways as downed onp ' Sfflfe Wfesflmg RUHHQS 'WWW . .W 'Hs Wm ,mme o5i3'1-25'cl.UBS HEADUNE ,Riwwun the defwdins chem 1"-"'fmE""",,,,,,g,,,"" Wwfhi 4-Nl l for glmuozggomfrls pnon, and Ferguson each 138-POUv!gDbngI.ASS .1 1-:uuroo .- ure potmsromem seven boys seeded for ' L gcc K we point do-the Mu. ty-seventh annual ughn Antnolo, Nm-maui 4-o sions. 'n 1 won thevery l nigh School Aeuviuu '.0m-o-?m"m'Q5Zf' Wm, nm r 1 . mateltomthe Co nmwmnn rionwmmng kBl5!lt1t. l3-QWQQK :ci a ,A f tiaeolwschoolo .n Sumrbmu. begins tomorrow eve: at 4-POUND 'cussmh - 1-um ' 0' L " 9 gn.:-lla we cum with an mms' Clayton Hish Sched ll H- Bw"UL,f,". b'm' ',"""ngt,' Wm fflgezfosrl made! Mondan as .Tg'5',.l"'0...Mo'?1l'5mmFEAg5v!7-'rin 'S' We ' H' 91" 'nl Nfl Sm' , CMM. mem ,II - "'- 'U' N" " we wwe 'n cel'llslrlosfo22'22Tlo High School. Ritenour. which fi in the Suburban year -is l08killK its tenth 2132 state crown. Ferguson had the best over-all record of any beam in the area, 15-I-1. Normandy and Suburban League champion Maplewood enext ilnoldrholthe Pl' lmgmo on t, three onldwol Hxmkiel two on pins. and laugh Comets A 22 heavy weight match t which in Ferguson ed Normandy, ning Kirkwood Squrpening in the a non-league match with spark- iergdson, ladue me -M 1-0 In---'-e' Wrestlers Win tlciol for the match Another fmshch F mo, f Inger-son. wa that H 'hgh num' smuumv :nom-woourorxnumxace ,rr Ferguson matches. two on puns T each had sir 'vys seeded. the ffgjjr 96 KILMZIJR, J. on decisions, then the and Fc on :reg giissouri ' -. for theGBlind, 1 KII.-lit, P.-came bgek toelvttnttho - 3 bg, The wif, wgni ivervie bster roves . REP? lU'8iS'l1 COD W0 P lmgnt ' E each h . bereh P34005 k beats gm'-KE 'M gm W 'V' "F" 9. three , one. woo OFF!!-AN ,NU-U HKD . o l Y0W'b00ki.1,bug1,.d f A Foo :": sf ' as are allot- emdbufgh V tw- and r M5 KENNUU' Egamn ul' f I gl me: of my clullhlntltl: ted in 4 Q 5 lghweight 48: whipped John rro1w-I--EM: . 4 A mtg-rg . c asses, A -l-' ' coac es e- V f - - . clined a ...e erth for some? L.-,ton's Steve Za ne atm 431 ,. 'org' NNURNEY of their , estli to avoid cer-lonly 16 seconds to pin 1 1 , 4 , gem in withd 14-3 tain bra-. ts. AA . some-p f-' ' "M'W-'M--4-5 iT f f s A in , - CORGI!-UU ing were le :pen f late entgcgllljfj Pin 'Q A , I .. 't 74-533 0 W'3'l-L 05-P01 w CQLASL 1-Rui I Ho h ,L ima., gk, .wt mamurr, defeats? 2"ji':QEg 4 'ZR Hllikifl ' 1 t 1 I' f gxvdertnkr For-eCity. theperennial' Barneg. lurmandy: TP!! -. Wd! the ooxnets I di "Q bln mwi 1? -l-Pnhern mimi" no.-of an-open: -Pom x ., ml-ally 'fl Fur of team: entered romooo . Y Q ' xt Last y' 's state cha.rnpionSh0WiU ' Aki!! and ance ,cm Wm 112-POUND 1. miss-.--14-sun l - , .wouldn't a 9 PVC' Mmm Rmmurr ., 4-4,, A Damn t-he Rater: '-Hgh School Hu, I pl the en state ries tomorrow . - r A Y - W , ,I 1 night Missouri School for the Bunn. Ries ou, , b ,iaso . 'Rm year boys chu th R. mzrsref, MMMYZ 4 om . H or moon. my can ,ooo .ooo " " " "" ..i?ilZ'P-ElFN2?oibsle255.S'i7?,F'H" ,,,,,,e, f,,,,,'w"',,' ' fp' 'N' 13,-3, 3.2215 Hug ' H, .Q ' e V ohh .A y says erguson .--' inHl?o,?35Ei'ri"55.l'22fv3Q22?' ' so an Rehere me mon ure A, 1'1-.c C mtg. ,. . , in oe s o tenou' when we - rv.. e srong 1...POLM1 CLASS -1-...icy ,egg 1 . V 4 - . -V.:-W - lth rr' . , He themin the , Pe mga Rifenour 3-Year Tour: :xr t""' "' ' emma: oz fe' ,N E ' e K o . . A F . Phe one by the c 'WL un., onntm, 133' iss also 22 ' 22.79 331 PWVi01lSl in the 5 ,souri hlih rt Webs Groves at n S guns th Wm' -WHIOW2 event that Bets under N y an ti d mein will be . ' waive ti mentiont ggxliltscgoocgaxsgllj biuggt 9 Vic'-017 Will b5'm:lV2g-1106: ei' Mlvlewvvdsl-Gifs hanglvdth eu the heavgthe meer. in which Bit! I 000811 Normandy squad? ,Ng wg gr jhtenour Hosknes their first? weight, dividon :lx mstdu will be seeking its tenth 24 i0 20 in an afternoon mat f Gmrban League wrestling d rnngtgtrom the Ubpotmd daasecutive championship. f'I'uesday, Jon. 8. at N Um' 834' ly' three yan yesterday, to the 121 P00381 A The time for the sessiol The CMH!! dropped Che A 'Wei' .Y M dvi 9, me Mapkwwd mgf, 'This time usedumetz were A' fym0l'l'0W Ind Sli! tour matches to the Viking! 'WV' 0111108 I In am, mmm, in me ,zoprmor-evonoonaon f0m'H010.'I'hervg1vmg mem quite o hm-me offvfllvmdlmmr Inga, Normarliy beatUnivq1 they won three of , t 9555021 1 Viking points to overcome. 'Hue me l03'P0Wldl C 35-21. .um matches loot in A 0 - - 'matmen were more than roonyrunmne Rich Irvin' Cay' .Q f Q Kirk YMCUDK. the Jig' lcv' 'I 4 gslflmtggfor the task. however, andjdd the 120-pmmdl sm' - T001 Burk Y turned in vlcbories A E WWW upset of th: :usda an 2 du' th' mpg' me and heavier w Lgqfg Thr F ' 10890 ' Rltenotnfs Rach ' A 'nt duectn Gloss to goin the mi ow erguson A Grov champion in Hg I mm Mme. my ony, For Fin! Mol' Defeat Mind Pfiiflmfy tem ld . 10,3 record th! MAT BUIIHAIYS Maple Leafs pinned the f - ,ad and 'muah comb' 'son dual meets. fini 53933 first at on the Fer- lr lm. Mk- 'WI Comm 'mira the suburban 1,127 Burke - 3 f ay 28.17 M1 any Drucm 1 SW! x It if- alll' grin z. Maplewood zoo: xonglg. 3 3 QF ' ,W gms Mgd . efgugt 'ati tuna' ill rgugq KCI!!! -- 7 , 1 wmo Q- VI Seconds U 0" Uwe find' Will be sgcollx lgtrol12nde:rftendo154 wma - 5 l -- I' ' 'SWE wllhlllfll I 154-pm! 'ul' mtenmurscg ldditi to these whoa' 165 Geiger ,-, 5 teh. A TU thatl he .moo 1-J. fe if-one ., 1-fl School 10175 our-o-mee fe of :he ed ol C, Z, - -V ' - - - - 4 .f - 2 :rm isthel ev -ee Wresllin Cham ' Sl' l Meel' " l" l md, g a e xrba Lgnse. l' In -' h I 5-PWH4 NE Left to rigor: Jm coomns, son xmas and HARRY s'rEwAR'r. holders of smo o ,S U wiblflf GN! High School wrestling championships, are ready to prove their title claims in the meet at ' "' ' .Cldl to pin Al Clayton I-hgh this week. Coombs, of Riverview Gardens, has won I3 matches, lost only one 'nmndy :wand Inu, this seasong Kmbb. of Ferguson, has an ll-I record. and Stewart isnmefeated in 13 bouts. ' Gres H , , The meet runs through Thursday. Friday and Sat y. lbout. -V ,, ...N . M.. . . M. M o , ... -i..-.....-. , , . Doug Bames 'ng 45 seconds cker in a 103- 1: . li I2 Af- ll . .fvsf rs. y,l y g'M iw V 1 :iii -- to I ll. T 'm gf' Ps.. Q K :Va ll ll I I R w Q-L ,f CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Sally Predock, Sally Arms, Lynne Schuler, Judy Brenner, Laura Allman, Anne Moseley, Elizabeth Lips. pep Club The main purpose of the Pep Club was to en- courage school spirit by supporting the Comets at all home and away games. Under the leader- PEP CLUB OFFICERS Seated in Front: Sally Arms, Treasurer, Anne Moseley, Vices President. Back Row: Judy Brenner, Secretary, Liz Lips, President. . . . ,-,.........,,.,.,,,,,, . ....+-..............,,,..,. , ..n-----........,..- ..- W...-.-.-........,.,.... sN.X lt, j. ship of Mrs. Livingston, Pep Club meetings got underway at the beginning of the school year. Officers were elected, pep assemblies were planned, and ideas were formed for the annual Pep Club Dance which was held in November and given the name "Harvest Moon." The yellow and brown canopy, decorations of corn and pumpkins, and the realistic painting of the horn- o'-plenty beautifully carried out the theme. To encourage a big turnout at the games, Pep Assemblies were held during the year, one at the beginning of the football season and another in May. The latter also served to elect the cheer- leaders for the following year. The main ambition of all Pep Club members is to become a cheerleader. To be eligible to try out for cheerleading members must obtain a cer- tain amount of points by attending as many games as possible. The entire student body then elects eight people from Pep Club whom they think most deserve the position. Cheerleaders: Anne Moseley, Liz Lips. Judi Brenner. Front Row: Doug Pauley, Bob Tippett, Jail Pearce, Frank Fox, Hans Lodholz, Day-: Pope, Alex Geiger, Nancy Sheridan, Judy Kunznizk, Trudee Schaaf, Kathy Jones, Susan Morrison, Rosemary Wermke, Jan,- Zimmerman, Judi Gluckhertz Second Row: Bill Tennant, Dick Morgan, Skee' Sesney, Jerry Pyatt, Kevin Pauley, Jolii- Schultz, Bill Neel, Adele Twillmann, Pa' Curtis, Roberta Steel, Sande Carter, Carol McDonald, Madeleine Martin, Sue White hill, Carol Heggarty. Third Row: Jeff Estes, Myrna Farver, Suzanne Hudson, Nancy Blackburn, Joan Hagen, Joan Hellmer, Mary Ann McCleery, Sandy Mahr, Anne Jackson, Norma Wahl, Donna Horr, Bette Whitnah, Sarah Faughn, Betty Jaspers, Annette Smiley, Mrs. Marjorie Livingston. Back Row: Bill Menish, Dennis lsenberg, Nina Craig, Judie Crawford, Nancy Rapp, Sandy Brown, Glo Jaworowski, Sue Ruhr, Marcia Bohmeyer, Judith Conard, Jane Kirby, Deanne Behle, Judy Allen, Martha Marshall, Karla Kretzmann, Bev Behle Jacqueline Rosenow. Cheerleaders: Laura Allman, Lynne Schuler Front Row: Sue Hinderer, Peggy Wallweber Sue Brace, Sandy Meyer, Kay Thompson Theo Homeyer, Genevieve Hunter, Caro- lyn McNeely, June Wilson, Betty Am' brose, Cecelia Ludwig, Nancy Ray, Linda Sell, Lynne Hanrahan, Janet Wrozier, Janet Martin, Jane Kattleman, Pat Lund- holm, Joan Emery. Second Row: Sharon Brown, Anina Guth, Jackie Aubuchon, Alayne Niehaus, Terry Smith, Cecelia Shaw, Sandy Horer, Bar- bara Jens, June Lovely, Babs Baldwin, Kay Rusnack, Sue Largent, Barbara Boyce, Sandy Dorhan, Nina Knapp, Bev Butler, Shirley Robinson, Rose Krueger. Third Row: Paul Siebel, Pat Rivera, Judy Smith, Delores Gantner, Annette Morotz Mary Jane Jones, Sue Buescher, Diane McCullough, Janet Duerr, Bev Lowe, Sue Mahoney, Becky Oberle, Rosemary Mea- dor, Judy Nash, Mary Ann Wahl, Bar- bara Rice, Charlotte Strantz, Kay Largent. Back Row: Janet Stieg, Jo Ann Bogdanor Tom Dunn, David Schulte, Paul Plavnick, Rich Messner, Ron Meade, Scott Jones, Roy Chrisco, Melanie Marshall, Norma Borbein, Betty Meier, Betty Zuruoweste, Kathy Blasingame, Billie Farmer, Phyllis Von Behren, Jeannie Sneed, Sharon Moloney, Cheerleaders: Sally Arms, Sally Predock, Front Row: Nola Nix, Bev Dennison, Gerti-1 Raney, Catherine Birke, Judy Carver Anna May Adams, Jean Klinkman, Maw Bindbeutel, Roxane Glaser, Audrey Hut- sler, Janet Holmes, Barbara Micheal, Judy Boyd. Second Row: Jane Mesnier, Jil Gardner, Judy Wilson, Lois Tiefenauer, Judy Collins, Mary Lou Frieda, Lois Miehe, Sharon Yates, Brenda Reagan, Virginia Boyntan Bruce Amrein, Curt Linberg. Third Row: Doris Otten, Barbara Litteken Margaret Kesting, Laurie Nienaber, Bar bara Chamberlain, Daveen House, Maria Ambrose, Bobbie Jones, Shirley Heifl Diane Loyd, Barbara Sturm, Ted Sime Back Row: Kathy Meiners, Barbara Beck, Carol Leonard, Lyn Harris, Nancy Kelley, Mari lyn Finney, Janice Hemminghaus, Marlene Menzemer, Fred Beckmann, Brenda Del- ashment, Stan Ries, Raymond OISSD. Track Track is a sport which develops the individual both as a person and as a member of a well- organized team. This year the Track Squad had a good turn-out with several returning lettermen, some of which have participated in track their entire tour years at Ferguson High. Some four year men are: Sal Dei Santi, Jack Donton, and Bill Neel. Many other boys including Chuck Bernhard, Bill Sheridan, Don Thomas, and Leon- ard Dawkins have participated in the sport three years along with a number of sophomores par- ticipating for their second straight year. The Ferguson High School track team, under the direction of Head-coach, Merrill McDaniels and Assistant-coach, William Voos, participated in nine dual meets plus the Little Six Invitational, the University City Invitational, the District Track Meet, and sent representatives of the Ferguson Track Squad to the State Meet at Columbia. The meets themselves are divided into two levels ot competition consisting of the senior and junior divisions. The senior division consists of all boys over sixteen and one-half years of age and the junior division consists of all boys under that age. Through the two divisional classes the boys are given the opportunity to compete with hurdles, TOO yard dash, mile run, 880 yard re- lay, 880 yard run, 440 yard dash, T80 yard low hurdles, 220 yard dash, mile relay, shot put, pole vault, broad jump, discuss throw, and high jump. The junior division features the same events with the exception ofthe mile run, T80 yard low hurdles, mile relay, and the T20 yard low hurdles are substituted for the T20 yard high hurdles event. TRACK SCHEDULE March 26 Webster Groves There March 28 Riverview Here March 30 State Indoor Meet Columbia April 2 Clayton Here April 4 Normandy There April 9 Cleveland 'P.S.S. April I2 Ladue Here Fairview There April I6 St. Charles Here April I8 Ritenour Here April 23-27 Little Six Invitational Ladue April 30- U. City U. City May 4 Invitational May 7-IO District Meet 'P.S.S. May I8 State Outdoor Meet Columbia students of their own ages and ability. The senior division features the T20 yard high "Public Schools Stadium. TRACK TEAM Back Row: Chuck Bernhard, Frank Fox, Bill Neel, Roy Byrne, John Crowell, Dave Pope, Don Thomas, Dennis lsenberg, Ken Crouse, Mr. McDaniels. Third Row: John Hickey, Don Wyatt, Gray Andrews, Harry Schillinger, Leonard Dawkins, Earl Franke, Bill McGee, Charlie Jones, Bill Sheridan, Walter Rice, Bill Robb, Marshall Stark. Second Row: Don Blondin, Paul DeMay, Fred Watkins, George Hundelt, Alan Cool, Roger Behle, Gil Reynolds, Bill Fox, Tom Stark, Sal DeSanti. First Row: Jim Stark, Stan Reis, John Hendry, Noel Orell, Charlie Graham, Jay Petrea, Jack Ballinger, Roy Maull, John Killrner. C9 yo. A A. The purpose of this organization is to foster good sportsmanship and leadership, and to spon- sor the entire girls' sports and athletic program. Under the leadership of Mrs. Dieselhorst and Miss Crawford, the Girls' Athletic Association en- ioyed an eventful year of hockey, a new sport at F.H.S., basketball, volleyball, softball, tennis, and track. The varsity sports were even more success' ful in this, their second year, than last year. As we go to press, the coming events will in' clude softball, Class Teams, Little League icalled Hodge Podgei, and Varsity teams who have a four game schedule organized starting late in April in addition to a tennis tournarhe-t and a track meet in May. G.A.A. OFFICERS Seated in front: Pat Curtis, Social Committee Chairman. Second Row: Marcia Bohmeyer, Secretary-Treasurer, Jcan Hagen Point Committee Chairman. Back Row: Karla Kretzmann, President, Myrna Farver, Vice President. G.A.A. BOARD Front Row: Kevin Pauley, Pat Curtis, Myrna Farver, Karla Kretzmann, Marcia Bohmeyer, Joan Hagen, Doug Pauley Second Row: Jane Mesnier, Maria Ambrose, Janice Hemminghaus, Marlene Menzemer, Glo Jaworowski, Lynn Harris Bob Tippett, Mary Lou Frieda, Shirley Harnpp, Cecelia Shaw, Anne Moseley, Liz Lips, Nancy Ray, Back Row Carol Leonard, Mary Bindbeutel, Donna Horr, Bev Lowe, Jil Gardner, Sue Ruhr, Margaret Cook, Bev Behle Mrs - .lx Front Row: Donna Schultz, Lois Walters, Bobbie Jones, Pat Tabler, Barbara Litteken, Doris Otten, Joan Hellmer, Ginnie Boynton, Carol Hampp, Donna Horr. Second Row: Judy Nash, Barb Rice, Lynn Harris, Jan Duerr, Laurie Nienaber, Judy Kunznick, Kathy Jones, Diane Loyd, Margaret Kesting, Jean White. Third Row: Melanie Marshall, Jeannie Snead, Diane McCullough, Annette Morotz, Barbara Chamber- lain, Susan Buescher, Mary Jane Jones, Jana Lee Nash, Judy McArdle. Back Row: Myrna Farver, Judy Boyd, Glo Jaworowski, Joan Hagen, Liz Lips, Sue Ruhr, Marcia Bohmeyer, Judy Crawford, Nina Craig, Nancy Blackburn. Front Row: Jane Kattleman, Shirley Hampp, Alice Dueing, Bernice Schuchman, Judy Collins, Virginia Dowdy, Lee Andra Laburay, Jean Strain, Judy Smith, Susan Morrison, Betty Jaspers. Second Row: Lynne Schuler, Rose Krueger, Daveen House, Jane Zimmerman, Jean Wagner, Bar- bara Boyce, Jan Stieg, Jo Ann Bogdanor, Annette Smiley, Carol Heggarty, Madeleine Martin. Third Row: Linda Maze, Jane Mesnier, Judy Gluckhertz, Jil Gardner, Bev Lowe, Rosemary Werrnke, Gertie Raney, Sue Mahoney, Carol Leonard, Nancy Kelley. Back Row: Nancy Dittrich, Nancy Hoelzer, Sandy Brewer, Sandy Dornan, Nina Knapp, Charlotte Strantz, Sandy Mahr, Ima Jean Perry, Diana Lloyd, Janet Turner, Dorothy Hutcheson. G. A. A. The Social Committee, under the very capable leadership of Pat Curtis, successfully planned and directed the annual "backward dance." The most delightful theme of "Sugar 'n Spice" was chosen. ln a fantasy land of sugar plum trees, lollipops, candy, andthe Ye Olde Sweete Shoppe, the highlight of the evening took place-Dick Morgan was crowned the Honorary Member of G.A.A. Each year a corsage contest is held in connection with the dance to select the most original corsage, This year, Bev Lowe received first prize for her unique creation worn by Kevin Pauley. The ambition of every member is, of course, to earn her letter. One hundred points must be earned within a year to receive this cherished award. A girl who earn one hundred points for a second year is awarded a chevron, and anyone who earns one hundred and fifty points in a year receives a star as well. lt is the responsibility of -74- Front Row: Billie Jo Burnett, Diane Schroeder, Merle Klostermann, Adele Twillmann, Mary Ann Wahl, Trudee Schaaf, Jackie Rosenow, Judy Davit, Deanna Behle, Anne Jackson, Mary Lou Frieda, Jan Sadowski, Ethel Onstott. Second Row: Cecelia Shaw, Betty Ambrose, Sandy Tooley, Bev Tate, lda Clay, Judy Conard, Roberta Steel, Sue Largent, Nancy Vaughan, Norma Wahl, Pat Rivera, Mary Ellen Schmitt. Third Row: Shirley Heinz, Genevieve Hunter, Carol McDonald, Sandy Carter, Barbara Freise, Brenda Delashmet, Nancy Ray, Jackie Tate, Ida Clay, Raylene Staires, Sue Whitehill. Back Row: Delores Gantner, Martha Marshall, Betty Meier, Kathy Begole, Pat Bressie, Jan Hem- minghaus, Judy Wafler, Carolyn Tate, Margaret Cook, June Lovely, Florence Kunkel, Carol Kotalik. Front Row: Laura Allman, Mary Frances Cobb, Terry Srnith, Sue Hinderer, Theo Homeyer, Mary Bindbeutel, Sally Arms, Nancy Sheridan, Sue Brace, Marlene Menzemer, Jane Kirby. Second Row: Brenda Reagan, Diana Austin, Norma Borbein, Audrey Hutsler, Janet Holmes, Peggy Wallweber, Sharon Brown, Kay Thompson, Ruth Ann McDonald, Barbara Jens, Maria Ambrose. Third Row: Bev Behle, Pat Curtis, Karla Kretzmann, Sharon Yates, Ann Nole, Roseann Muckle, Lee Ann Braucksieker, Kay Largent, Theresa Tucker, June Wilson, Babs Baldwin, Sandy Horer. Back Row: Marcia Broeckling, Jane Hartline, Barbara Runnels, Judy Muckle, Edna Henke, Diane Schantz, Lois Tiefenauer, Jo Ann Free, Nancy Papp, Susan Scholl, Sandy Brown, Anne Moseley. the Point Committee, this year functioning under Joan Hagen, to keep a record of the number of points which each member earns during the en- tire year, For the lOth straight year the G.A.A. partici- pated in the St. Louis County Sports Day. The Juniors and the Sophomores won victories this year against Webster and Kirkwood. In the spring eight Senior girls were elected to attend a State Play Day in Cape Girardeau, This consisted of volleyball, basketball, softball, -75- G. A. A. swimming and a host of other activities. On the lOth of May the five elected officers were sent to the St. Louis County G.A.A. Confer- ence held in Sherwood Forest. Here they studied the problem and activities of their own G.A.A as well as those of others. The final event of the year was the G.A.A. Luncheon held on May 25 at the Holiday Inn when the awards for the year were made. The announcement of the officers for the coming year climaxed another successful year for our G.A.A. A A ., , I ,cmrfr 5S""Li'i, H 915.3 N r if-J -eww 1,1 nf, fs i iw? at V822 3 f .gl Eg' ivan is if Y RR 'X 'Li fx Q 'fr Q Q' ml T-T3 Each grade period thirteen girls are selected by the physical education instructors to become members of T'l3. After a girl has been in T-I3 two times, she becomes a permanent member and is allowed to wear the insignia on her gym shorts. A girl must be enrolled in a gym class each year to retain this honor. T-13 members are outstanding gym students and high in lead- ership and co-operation. Little League The Little League is composed of all girls who were not able to make their class teams. These girls form team, elect a captain, and then conduct a regular Little League Tournament among them- selves. The winner of this tournament plays the loser of the Class Tournament and then continues to play until it is defeated. This activity gives an opportunity to all of the girls, regardless of their physical skill, to participate in any sport they choose simply out ot a desire to play tor fun. T-T3 Front Row: Marcia Bohmeyer, Theo Homeyer, Liz Lips, Kathy Begole, Sue Buescher, Norma Borbein. Second Row: Joan Hagen, Shirley Hampp, Janice Hemming- haus, Karla Kretzmann, Jil Gardner, Sue Mahoney, Mrs. ,,D,, Back Row: Barbara Friese, Betty Jaspers, Maria Ambrose, Lynn Harris, Laura Allman, Margaret Kesting. BLUE TEAM Front Pow: Csittingl: Sue Buescher, Sandy Carter, Jane Zimmer- man, Carol Leonard. Back Pow lstanding: Miss Crawford, Jeanne Wagner, Carol Hampp, Dot Hutcheson, Raylene Staves, Mr. Lesser, Sue Largent, Kay Largent, Daveen House, Mrs. Dieselhorst. LIGHTNING STREAKS Back Row. Rayleen Staires, Brenda Delaslimet, Ba'bara Jens, Diane Schantz. Front Pow: Deanna Behle, Judy Daxit. Ss M 1:-7 N. ,fmlf qw if ww gg ,WSNQGW v 5 KVM -: 'V " www 2. fs, Wx Q- www'-'44 ,Q-, MWA! QjY0l7'6'fll Bofznzeyer BETBTU Befhle 5Z0Jz'l!z'am .Mgel SY 'ifgf 53 Kcjitfz Qfter T1lffl'6'1.I1 Cylffllf D T011 yzze .7lL'.S'L'f1 fuditfz Brenner lex Geiger f , 3 'id f f'ff"'w lQgrla IQZEIZIYILIINI 7Q,bert M7565 form Hagen .Ngzll He1'11 F .WW Tapp folzzz Sfhzzltz uifnize J56.feley YQLW1 Tzfpcftf Q Y wwf'- Crest Coronation The evening of March lo, l957, more than 500 people sat waiting anxiously in a fantasy- land ot crowns and stars tor the twenty-third annual CREST CORONATION. As the CREST maids and their escorts walked up to the stage, Jacqueline Rosenow, the Mistress of Ceremonies described the maid's gowns and told ot their activities and achievements during high school. Ed Krueger, the Master ot Ceremonies, related the activities and achievements of the escorts during high school. When the maids and their escorts had assembled, the moment arrived when w V5 if txxx QS 's ,J HM,-w-f Miss Elizabeth Lips was announced CREST Queen of l957. The Queen was attended by Ginger Young as flower girl and Thomas Shields Ill as crown bearer. The Queen was crowned by Paul Siebel, Advertising Manager ot the CREST. Music for the Coronation had been pre-record- ed by the high school orchestra under the direc- tion ot Mr. Plavnick. With Fred Schnell and the Commodores providing music for the dance which followed, Miss Lips chose "Deep Purple" for the first dance, which was exclusively tor the Queen and her Court. .1 The highest honor attainable by a high school student is to be selected to inernbership in the National honor society. Members are chosen from the upper third of the Junior and Senior National l'lonor Society classes on the basis of superiority in the fields of scholarship, leadership, character, and service rendered to the school, NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Back Row: Liz Lips, Bev Behle, Bill Neel, Kim Ellis, Alan Bemis, Richard Meyer, Marshall Stark, Bob Arkes, Keith Kester. Second Row: Joan Hagen, Maria Ambrose, Jane Kirby, Jackie Rosenow, Judy Dayit, Roberta Steel, Brenda Delashmet, Judith Conard Front Row: Judy Brenner, Karla Kretzmann, Jean Klinkman, Cynthia Anderson, Jeannine Jackson, Margaret Cook, Pat Curtis, Delores Richardson. Not Shown: Nancy Papp, Neal Hern. CREST STAFF Standlng Neal Hem Paul Srebel Ron Jenkuns Mass Berger Norma Borbem Dave Marshall Ssttmg In chalrs Pat Curtns Bev Behle Slttlng on floor Jackue Rosenow Nancy Papp Karla Kretzmann Crest Strlvlng to make this years CREST more In formative and lnterestlng than ever the CREST staff composed of flve seniors and three luntors met suxth hour every day Thus year each mem ber of the staff took orders for the CREST com petnng wnth one another to see who could make the most sales Ron Jenkuns and Norma Borbenn both succeeded In outsellung the other members and thereby received their CREST free of cost To help keep the cost of the CREST at a mann mum members of the staff raised money for the publlcatuon of the book by selling refreshments at the football games by sponsoring the CREST Coronatuon whuch was one of the socnal hugh lights of the school year and by sponsoring the sales of the mdnvudual puctures which were taken at the begrnnmg of the school year CREST STAFF Edltor Art and Assistant Edltor Business Manager Advertising Manager Literary Feature Editor Clrculatlon and Sports Edntor Secretary Photographer Sponsor 45589- Bev Behle Pat Curtls Ron Jenkins Paul Seibel Norma Borbeln Karla Kretzmann Jackue Rosenow Dave Marshall Mnss Berger T 3 J r . . . , . I . r 1 I I , ,...,..... 1 1 I - i5X sr'l0I Q V 4 - - Q sf' 'C- I : as 1- 1921 'B 5 F xx . . 1 .rs N, SCOOP STAFF Front Row Juduth Conard Penny Bourden Luz Laps Second Row Trudee Schaaf Judy Davnt Alan Bemns Marla Ambrose Bob Arkes Edutor Back Row Charlene Schmudt Rrchard Buckman Rrchard Meyer Deanna Behle Mrs Kamp schroeder Roberta Steel Brenda Delashmet Lynne Hanrahan Jane Knrby In addltlon to learnlng the fundamental prrn cnples of gournallsm the SCOOP staff also dld an excellent 'ob of Issuing a bl monthly news pub lncatnon The SCOOP ns a member of the Na tlonal Scholastic Press Association and the Mus sour: Interscholastnc Press Assoctatlon The plat form of the SCOOP carrles both of these nnslgnuas Members of the SCOOP staff met during a reg ular class perlod under the dnrectron of thenr new sponsor Mrs Kampschroeder and spent much tnme and effort after school on the days before the SCOOP was scheduled to be Issued Besudes uncreasnng the content and appearance of the paper, the staff worked unceastngly to provnde readers wuth new and nnterestmg columns and news stems Squeaky, Sure nuff Stuff, Comet Tales, Councnl Comments, J and J Fashuons, Joker, Charlene's Chatter, and guest articles written by Scoop our exchange teacher Mr Lesser were but a few of the columns featured from week to week SCOOP STAFF Bob Arkes Editor In Chief Marla Ambrose Assnstant Edntor Judy Davut Gurls Sports Edutor Alan Bemus Boys Sports Edntor Joan Hagen Art Edntor Richard Meyer Mlmeographer News and Features Deanna Behle Jane Knrby Penny Bourden Luz Lvps Judy Conard Charlene Schmidt Brenda Delashmet Roberta Steel Lynn Hanrahan Mrs Kampschroeder, Sponsor v-L 1 A 1 2: 5.31, 5' If 'YQ' 5 Y," I gil. , I ' H. 1 ft L , ms ' Q1 X f . 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'. : I Q : , , ' ' . , f , 1 - - I - , . , . . , . . , . 1 ' 1 Y m Kwang Sook bug., ui' liitq- had ..--.2 Reguna Zugmunds Qur foster Chuldren For the thurd consecutuve year the Ferguson Hugh School Student Councul has had as uts spe cual prouect the sponsorung of two war orphans Thus hughly worthy prouect us made possuble by the voluntary contrubutuons of the students them selves Under the Foster Parent Plan the Servuce Commuttee has taken over the care of two chul dren one un Korea the other un Germany Yum Kwang Sook, age 9, us un the thurd grade of prumary school un Korea She makes average grades but us partucularly unterested un the Korean language and musuc She us clever and sharp tempered a very cute luttle gurl Her famuly us luvung un one small rented room for the monthly payment of I 5 Hwan CSI 505 Thus room must house the four members of the famuly The mother does needle work and earns about 10 Hwan C5105 a month Her older brother Kevan Uh us un the fourth grade of prumary school Her younger brother Kwang Soo us un the furst grade The expenses of the three chuldren uncludung Kwang Sook have been paud maunly wuth the Foster Parents plan grant The luvung condutuons have umproved somewhat through the aud Kwang Sook has been receuvung for nearly three years from us but Plan help us stull very necessary Reguna Zugmunds a Latvuan refugee un Ger many us un the second grade of Grammar School Her teacher reports that She us a wullung a d quuet gurl who us very steadfast and that her results are quute satisfactory She does not ex tend herself but she us well luked by her class mates Her behavuor us excellent Velta Regunas suster completed Elementary School and sunce March of last year she has been apprentuced to a tarlor to learn the trade Her monthly pay us around S6 00 The mother and her two chuldren luve on a Wudows and Orphans Pensuon of S51 05 month ly Out of thus they have to pay S7 40 for rent 52 40 for lught and S6 O0 for fuel monthly Velta us very much an need of clothung and there fore the mother allows her to spend her pay for uts purchase Reguna us most apprecuatuve of the assustance she has been receuvung from her Foster Parents The monthly cash grants enable her mother to buy warm clothung and vutamuns ruch foods and fresh fruuts whuch she needs In spute of thus Reguna us stull somewhat pale and fraul These are the two chuldren who are beung helped by the Student Council The Servuce Com muttee wrutes to them each month and always receuves letters un return accompanued by draw ungs whuch the chuldren themselves have drawn Both are workung extremely hard to learn Eng lush well enough so that theur letters to us wull not have to be translated U . ' . - W' 3 .I , -5 I ' sm., ' " " lp. . "'r'-- -aj 'W , A, A : u. S 1 1 1 V 1 ' 4 .F ' ' h A , ' Jef?" - . . i 4 A my 1 ' .. ... . -.. 3 , gy ,.' ' . . . Y' r , f Q Q 'A I I - , . ,, . . . n ' 1 . . ,, . , . I I . , , . . . , . , . . . , , I f ' 1 I , . - 94 .. Dramatics Guild "The Masquersu was reorganized this year. They had been in existence tor seventeen years and felt need for a larger scope. The overall activity is the Dramatics Guild. This is an all-embracing parent organization and includes anyone active in Dramatics. The major subdivisions of the Dramatics Guild are: the Fall Play Cast, the Senior Play Cast, Stage Crew and Thespian Society. The Fall Play Cast produced Jean AnouiIh's "Antigone" This was an attempt to do a classical Greek tragedy and yet relate it to modern times. The production was most successful and received compliments from many representatives of other schools in the county who were present for the production. The Senior Play Cast presented Kesselring's "Arsenic and Old Lace," This is a modern comedy which has become a classic in contemporary theater. The officers of the Senior Class take charge of ticket sales and promotion. This is the annual project for raising money for the Senior Gift. NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY Back Pow: Mr, Moore, Roberta Steel, Ronald Meade, Paul Plavnick, William Davis, Scott Jones, Margaret Cook. Front Row: Betty Jaspers, Susan Morrison, Judy Smith, Keith Kester, Carol Heggarty, Betty Meier, Susan Mahoney. DPAMATICS GUlLb ack Por Bacco a ct Cocv P ot Jones rric rria C l-Olli W rd i B r anc i 0 franc ci i Jan tic B tty I-vil'rc c r- Ac Jr i 1 Cc cnd Rc: Pa iid w i ceia tax J in F? eva S s nc K of osrnof f-ani a ructec Sciaal orma P 1c r ni of u K S ioc a c ' arenc inzeiver Sue Bace J it Caro Heggarty ffcrlc Cc on ce Gan ncr Qc Ja of Nancy Pap Penn ou en ane i ierman Katny Jones Q: B ' . 'Xl' 'foam Jail Barr., 'Y, Poi' '.'t,iait- SJ- 'fai-cnc-, Pa l P 'P lf.a'. 'J if- i'-'Marg " ' vii Nlvsiiier, Sc t ', Bill Dalia Ki" Eli 3. 7" All ti, liz .ips Ffa Bofinic-,f-' TH, l-lou mr-' Ka, fi i'1.oi Tvii Ros.. Brit, 'X' i f-', 'far', '.'a's' a" Nor ra or Qt in S 1, How' Barr. Jf-its Jr: if-.iii B gl ', 'fa l flf- nr- Martin, et S 'g. e i . ,si Er: Sliigriczan, Draw, 'l Cuilougii Sue B.fgs:i'f.-f Anna-ttf. 'ff ct! Ja' llmrr, Jr,-an Siiugrf, Judy Kunz: ick. S-c , t Bri ss-f Jace, L' ti-ic Carol l.'l:Doi.i , Lana Ai Hat Sec- x',ni'c-hill Ce U. Si. . Sarah Faigl , ob ' tcgl, Ja - -'K Sac Pwr, ',','i'a Famer, .lackirg k .- . Var, ' 1 .H 'il T A ,,l ,N 'f.'a'ii, Pa! i "a, 'ro R ,: Pa l ilvvic-r Binv, Jasizws Scsie ffcrrisci' ,aw - C 'tm if I A ,Te . , r . cc, Siriiiw Ketl Kester, I , if A 'vpt . Dc' ' 4, C' ' .-.cr fski, p f B rd . J Zivi' , ' . .. J A Kieth Kester, Margaret Cook Stage Crew is in turn a parent organization which exists within a parent organization. While it is a subsidiary of the Dramatics Guild, it, in turn, is made of five organizations. These are: Lighting, Sound Effects, Scenery, Properties, and Costumes. The Lighting and Sound Effects com- mittees are called upon regularly for they as- sist with school assemblies and school dances. These committees, with the Scenery Committee, cooperated with the Assembly Committee in the production of the Christmas Assembly. The final organization of the Dramatics Guild is the National Thespian Society. This is an hon- orary organization. Everyone who participates in any dramatic activity is awarded certain points. When these points have accumulated to a certain amount, the student is initiated into the hon- orary society. lnitiations are usually held twice a year, and there are usually about T5 Thespians active in the student body at a time. Arsenic and Old Abby Brewster Reverend Dr. Harper Teddy Brewster Officer Brophy Officer Klein Martha Brewster Elaine Harper Mortimer Brewster Mr. Gibbs Jonathan Brewster Dr. Einstein Officer O'l-lara Lieutenant Rooney Mr. Witherspoon Prompter and Student Director Antigone Cast Antigone Margaret Cook Ismene Susan Mahoney Nurse Betty Jaspers Eurydice . Roberta Steel Chorus . Carol l-leggarty Creon Keith Kester Haemon , Scott Jones Messenger Ron Pacino First Guard Kim Ellis Second Guard Third Guard Page l.ace Cast Roberta Steel Keith Kester Jerry Pyatt Bill Tennant Ron Frede Marcia Bohmeyer Jean Klinkman Kim Ellis Dennis Erdelen Ronald Gray Curt Linberg Bill Neel Alan Bemis Bob Arkes Margaret Cook - Q5 Y Paul Killmer Tim Aldrich Sue Br BCS st sign right here, Antigone Cas' Makevup Mortimer! Arsenic and Old Lace Cas' I'm .ied up just like yo are Dramatics Guild Qllicers President ot Guild Carol Heggarty Stage Manager Keith Kester Lights Bill Davis Sound Effects Paul Plavnick Make-Up Susan Morrison Scenery Sue Brace and Scott Jones Properties Margaret Cook Costumes Roberta Steel President of National Thespians Carol Heggarty Director Thomas G. Moore Y Q7 ,W MAJORETTES FLAG BEARERS AND COLOR GUARD Left to Rught Barbara Frense Marlene Menzemer Joan Hagen Let to Rnght Paul Plavnuck Jlm Morgan Jlm Holtshauser Ron Captarn Judy Wafler Jan Hemmmghaus Meade .q-nl""" ll" Afgvifs BAND Furst Column Russ Kirby Ron Frede Bull Neel Steve Sample Jlm Anderson Jum Towell John Klllmer Don Blondm Second Column Gal Reynolds Dean Spauldung Fred Schnell Stan Reis Larry Hughs Richard Runge Lee Sur Wal e Mauer Third Column Rlchard Messner Larry Daniels Jack Elder Judy Swank Fourth Column Mac Goodwm Klm Ellls Marolyn Heutman Hary Stennman Flfth Column Janet Turner Robert Taylor Suxth Column Margaret Cook Paul DeMay Magorettes Marlene Menzemer Januce Hemmunghaus Joan Hagen Judy Wafler Barbara Frel e Color Guard Paul Plavnuck Jim Morgan Jlm Holtshauser Ron Meade GD 98 BAND The Ferguson High School band participates in all home football games, pep assemblies, and most concerts. The majorettes along with the band practiced marches and formations which they executed at football games. With Mr. Palv- nick directing, the band performed at the Christ- mas Concert, the Spring Concert and the County Music Festival. FULL ORCHESTRA Full Orchestra is composed of students in both band and orchestra Mr Plavnick the director keeps the orchestra practicing steadily from the beginning of the school year until the end The Full Orchestra participates IH the Christmas and Sprung Concerts Baccalaureate graduation ex ercises County Festival and the CREST Coronation Qrchestra Front Row Bill Davis Judy Conard Margaret Kestrng Sharon Yates Marlene Henman Norman Krutzmann Ron Frede Ted Feller Second Row Marilyn Finney Dave Patterson Alan lhle Margaret Cook Brain Costello Janet Turner Gary G nffnth Judy Swank Paul DeMay Kim Ellis Third Row Fred Schnell Richard Runge Curt Linberg Don Blondin Gil Reynold Harry Goodall John KiI'mer Russ Kirby Ron Morne Walter Mauer Standing Stan Reis Steve Sample Mac Goodwin Sandy Horer 99 - - 1 1 1 I ' , . 5 ' I 1 1 l 1 1 I 1 1 1 Paul Plavnick. 5 D ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 7. . 1 , . ' 3 1 I 1 V 1 . 1 ' 31 1 ' I' 1 ' 1 V Choir CHOIR LEFT Back Row: Dan Lashley, Gary Griffith, Fred Watkins, Roger Behle, Ron Jenkins, Fourth Row: Janice Cunningham, Janet Wrozier, Betty Ambrose, Margaret Cook, Maria Ambrose. Third Row: Dianne Douglas, Myrna Farver, Bev Butler, Rose Krueger, Theo Homeyer. Second Row: Mary Lou Frieda, Sue Adams, Myrtle Siefker, Nancy Ray. Front Row: Joan Ray, Rita Martin, Jackie Tate, Rosemary Werrnke. CHOIR OFFICERS Seated on divan: Laura Allman, Business Manager, Ron Jenkins, President, Trudee Schaaf, Student Director. Seated on floor: Karla Kretzmann, Secretary. A 100 - CHOIR LRIGHTJ Back Row: Paul Siebel, Ron Farver, Larry Schilling, Al Cool, Winston Jones, John Crowell, Bob Joseph, Forrest Brockrnan, Curt Linberg, George Kirby. Fourth Row: Sue Buescher, Diane McCullough, Ron Meade, Dick Morgan, Ron Willrnan, Jerry Pyatt, Dennis Erdelen, Bob Neel, Jay Petrea, Rich Steinkamp. Third Row: Liz Lips, Carol Hazard, Linda Sell, Linda Maze, Lois Raley, Etta Harl, Suzanne Hudson, Jo Ann Bogdanor, Jackie Amick, Sharon Moloney, Trudee Schaaf. Second Row: Shirley Hampp, Sue Mahoney, Jil Gardner, Carol Leonard, Lois Tiefenauer, Laura Allman, Kay Largent, Laurie Nienaber, Karla Kretzrnann, Jeanne Wagner. Front Row: Sharon Brown, Sande Carter, Lois Miehe, Mary Tranter, Martha Marshall, Phyllis Ryan, Kathy Jones, Sandy Dornan, Lynn Schuler, Mr. Owen. This year, Mr. Owen, director of the Ferguson High School Choir, chose the performing choir members from four chorus classes, with the ma- iority of them from the second and fourth hour choir classes. Choir members had the privilege of striving to artistically interpret the finest of choral music, both classic and contemporary. The choir performed at the Christmas Con- cert, the Spring Concert, the County Music Festi' val, the State Music Festival, the Rotary Club, and the National English Teachers Convention. Throughout the year, choir members earned points by attending rehearsals, maintaining at least an "S" average, and participating in con- certs. At the end of the year Mr. Owen awarded letters to those with a high number of points and who had shown a high degree of interest and ability. This year for the first time, the choir elected officers. The following officers were elected: President, Ron Jenkins, Secretary, Karla Kretz- mann, Business Manager, Laura Allman. Choir --TOT- 1' A, 3 I ,tif f V? I - -1 a, A 3 -,J 2 1 311' ni v, b .3 ,3 'f",r, . '55 3 4? W 9 in .43 L53 if may ,w ' 'LL , , , ' , , v. 'ini' , Q jr xt K .MM -4 4, V 'V , .h 1, s , Q, qs I 2, 1 Q -' E7 z' fi' 45 ' 4 , ' A EE , , g N: I? . A ' F' Tiw' 2-1 iii 1 ,A,,' if . LQ' 2 5 1 ' -- fxi V. H' . 'Q I- ' an Q fn- Q 4' H: Jqlxyy .A gag. fl N: 1 Ei' an 'Pty Ai E - X9 "' sl Y 1 gg . . s 21 ,Y STRING ORCHESTRA Back Row' Marilyn Finney, David Patterson, Melanie Marshall, Mr. Plavnizk, Judith Conard, Sharon Yates, Sandra Horer, Jo- anne Jobsky, Norman Krutzmann, Ted Feller, Paul Plavnick. Front Row: William Davis, Judy Smith, Margaret Kesting, Alan lhle, Ron Freda. String Qrchestra Mr. Plavnick conducted a class tor all students interested in playing string instruments second hour every day. The group primarily plays classi- cal music. The String Orchestra participates in the Spring Concert, the Christmas Concert, the Music Festival and plays for the CREST Corona- tion. Some ot the orchestra's selections were re- corded on tape and played before special or- ganizations. . ft 'Q,,,tQ. Girls, Glec Club Any girl ot Ferguson High School who was ina terested in Girls' Glee Club was eligible tor membership. This organization met every Mon- day atternoon for rehearsal. They participated in the Christmas Concert and the Spring Concert. Boys, Glee Club Any boy ot Ferguson High School who was in- terested in Boys' Glee Club was eligible tor mem- bership. This organization met every Tuesday morning during zero hour. They participated in the Christmas Concert and the Spring Concert. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB ner, Norma Wahl, Jeanne Wagner, Gertie Raney, Myrna Farver, Linda Sell, Trudee Schaaf, Mary Ann Wahl, Barbara Nienhaus, Evelyn Constan- tine, Mary Lou Frieda, Bobbie Evans Third Row: Nancy Ray, Karla Kretzmann, Cullough, Rose Krueger, Mary Fran- ces Cobb, Bev Lowe, Kay Thompson, Janice Hemminghaus, Barbara Jens Sande Carter, Laura Allman, Barbara Freise. Second Row: Shirley Robinson, Jane Zim- merman, Carol Leonard, Marlene Men- zemer, Sharon Brown, Sharon Mo- loney, Liz Lips, Sue Hinderer, Jo Ann Bogdanor, Audrey Hutsler, Sally Arms, Anina Guth, Sandy Dornan. Front Row: Sue Brace, Carolyn Wildeisen Daveen House, Dolores Heggie, Jean- nie Sneed, June Lovely, Susan Bue- scher, Laurie Nienaber, Mary Jane Jones, Barbara Chamberlain, Judy Kunznick, Kathy Jones. BOYS' GLEE CLUB Back Row: Dick Morgan, Skeet Sesney, Ron Jenkins, Larry Schilling, Dennis Schaefer, Fred Watkins, Roger Behle, Alan Cool, Ron Willman. Second Row: Jay Petrea, Larry Hart, Leon- ard Dilallo, Dennis Erdelen, Bill Ten- nant, Ron Farver, Ted Sime, Curt Linberg, Jim Giovando. Front Rowg Jim Christy, Ron Meade, Vir- gil Lamkin, Wendell Hamlin, Joh'- Stopple, Dale West, Earle Franke. Ray Olson, Doug Gracey, Rich Stem- kamp Back Row' Rosemary Wermke, Jil Garci- Jan Duerr, Sandra Horer, Diane Mc- i A Hr 2 inn 1 3 af 2 'A- Standard Ring Committee The Standard Ring Committee came into ex- istence when last year's Student Council tirst adopted a resolution to standardize Senior Class Rings, thereby keeping the same ring design from year to year. With the invention of a standardized ring a Ferguson graduate could im- mediately be recognized as such by his Ferguson High Class Ring regardless of his or her gradua- tion date. The committee is composed of a boy and girl from each grade level and their sponsor, Mr. Hoeman. It is the responsibility of the Prom Committee to plan the biggest and most lavish dance of the year, our Junior-Senior Prom. This year's com- mittee was composed ot twelve Juniors, eight of whom were elected by the Junior Class. The re- STANDARD RING COMMITTEE Back Row: ,lack Patterson, Bob Arkes. Second Row: Laura Allman, Melanie Marshall. Front Row: Dick Morgan, Beverly Behle. prom Committee maining tour were appointed because ot their service in the candy sales. The Prom was held this year at the school on the evening of May 31. The committee, with Steve Sample as chairman, was sponsored by Mrs. Kurtz. PROM COMMITTEE Back Row: Sandy Meyer, Jack Patterson, Dave Fleetwood, Jackie Aubuchon, Ron Jenkins, Peggy Wallweber. Front Row: Kay Thompson, Laura Allman, Mike Blackburn, Steve Sample, Chairman, Madeleine Martin, Rayleen Staires. photography Club The Photography Club was organized this year with Mr. Ulbright as sponsor, Jerry Brinkmann, president, Dave Marshall, vice-president, and Ed- ward Sheridan, secretary. Besides sponsoring a contest, the Photography Club has been studying a series of slide-lectures distributed by Eastman Kodak. LATIN CLUB Back Row: Dorothy Hutcheson, Barbara Rohne, Nancy Dittrich, Sandra Nernanick. Front Row: Jackie Amick, Miss Doyle, Erika Zaetsch. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Top Row: John Clevenger, Tom James, Rich- ard George, Gary Miller. Second Row: Ted Feller, Claire Schallert, Jim Giovando, Janet Turner. Bottom Row: Dave Marshall, Jerry Brinkrnann, Mr. Ulbright, Sue Brace, Ed Sheridan. Latin Club The Latin Club, sponsored by Miss Doyle, was formed this year for the purpose of encouraging greater interest in the history of the classical Roman and Italian cultures. Papers on such topics, or movies, were featured at each of the bi- monthly meetings. Mr. Moore showed pictures of Rome and its environs at one meeting. The club had no student officers. -106- Projection Club The FHS Protection Club was the tirst accredit- ed Protection Club in the state ot Missouri for High School practical arts graduate credit. The new members ot the club were trained and tested by those members who had already passed the required test to receive their member- ship cards. At the end of the year Protection Club members were awarded certificates for school and community service, Co-Op Club Directed by Mr. Lauless, Co-op Club member- ship is limited to Seniors who are enrolled in the Co-operative Occupational Education program, and is designed to provide training on a part- time pre-apprenticeship basis. Co-op students alternate between work and school, usually on a halt-day basis. The club's main social event is the annual Co-op dinner given in the spring by the students for their employers. PROJECTION CLUB Front Row: Mr. Watson, Pat Wurth, Allen White, Sandy Mahr, Ron Pacino, Sandy Brewer, Press Ken . Second Row: John Clevenger, Merle Compton, Rita Martin, Richard Runge, Don Seitz, Jean White, Mary Ann McCleery, Edward Rutledge, Ron Meade, Don Staples, Jan Unser, John Garagnani. Third Row: Patricia Holden, Judy Fortel, Nancy Dittrich, Annette Morotz, Jeanene Jackson, Barbara Runnels, Larry Schilling, Dick Bardon, Rex Latta, Chuck Bernhard, Leslie Bass. Fourth Row: Earle Franke, Paul Plavnick, Margaret Cook, Deanna Behle, Jessiemae Lock- hart, Fred Beckmann, Billy Ray, Rich Seiler, Norman Fowler, Jerry Beyrau, Jack Baum. Back Row: Ken Becker, Ron Harris, Alan Bemis, James Hood, Gil Reynolds, Don Blondin, Walter Maurer. CO-OP Front Row: Laverne Tebeau, Joan Kempfer, Alice Geno, Sharon Schultz, Ruth Will, Jerr, Prosser, Emily Hulbert, Lucy Duback, Carol Fischer, Joan Byrnes, Second Row: Larry Daniels, Jean Klinkman, Kathy Wilkinson, Shirley Grubb, Marian Bouska Janie Richardson, Janet Hutson, Lynnette Dolce, Mary Dauwalter, Loretta Miller. Third Row: Mr. Lauless, Carl Lenauer, James Schmid, Harold Kohrs, Phyllis Hickman, Medora McKenna, Nancy Trotter, Elmer Taylor, Norman Kohnen, Fred Kramer. Back Row: Ronald Lohmeyer, Gary Ulrich, Tony Brockmeyer, Richard Rankin, Robert Hook er, Tom Collins, Tom Nick, Jack Pearce, Bruce Amrein. UJQJ Busy Brushes The purpose of the Busy Brushes is to enable the members to understand and appreciate art. Sponsored by Mrs. Ulbright, the club takes sev- eral field trips which include the Art Museum, the St. Louis Artists' Guild and the St. Louis School ot Fine Arts. Special projects were under- taken, such as painting the store windows in Ferguson tor Halloween and holiday decorations tor the school. The annual exhibit of students art work was held in the spring, -l-l"t2 Modern Dance ln the second year of its existence, the Mod- ern Dance Club met every Thursday under the leadership ot Miss Kuppinger. Exercises for the study of musical comprehension were a regular part of the curriculum. The club also worked on the "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies" from Tschaikowski's "Nutcracker," Furthermore, the pupils worked with great enjoyment to the rec- ord, "Emotions" In the Spring the club had a party and dance session with a Modern Dance Club from another school. BUSY BRUSHES Back Row: Rosemary Meador, Becky Oberle, Judy Smith, Jil Gardner, Rose Krueger, Jo Ann Bogdanor, Carole Lee, Barbara Runnels Bev Lowe, Jane Mesnier, Judy Gluckhertz, Edna Henke, Mrs. Ulbright, Bill Neel. Third Row: Delores Gantner, Sarah Faughn, Carol Heggarty, Sue Whitehill, Lorna Dale, Judy Conard, Margaret Cook, Deanna Behle Trudee Schaaf, Sue Ruhr, Brenda Delashmet, Alice Dueing, Sandy Brown, Nancy Papp, Rosemary Wermke. Second Row: Merle Compton, Audrey Hutsler, Janet Holmes, Shirley Heinz, Janet Kattleman, Carol McDonald, Sharon Maloney, Diane McCullough, Sandra Carter, Cecelia Shaw, Lynne Hanrahan, Nancy Kelley, Judy Boyd, Glo Jaworowski, Jane Zimmerman, Front Row: Nancy Sheridan, Shirley Robinson, Sandy Dornan, Sue Brace, Mary Bindbeutel, Laura Allman, Anina Guth, Vice-Presidentp Bev Behle, President, Norma Borbein, Treasurer, Jackie Aubuchon, Kay Thompson, Peggy Wallweber, Sandy Meyer, Caro' Leonard, Sharon Brown. MODERN DANCE Front Row: Judy Conard, Dolores Richardson, Margaret Cook. Second Row: Audrey Hutsler, Jane Zimmerman, Jean Strain, Joan Hellmer, Edna Henke, Diane Schantz, Diane Lloyd, Third Row: Sandy Meyer, Peggy Wallweber, Rosemary Meador, Kay Rusnack, Brenda Delashmet, Judy Carver, Judy Swank. Back Row: Judy Davit, Norma Wahl, Lynne Hanrahan, Trudee Schaaf, Mary Ann Wahl. -v id? 5 Q7 N, Q7 6 ,.. L, .... I Riding Club The Hootbeats club is a horsebacl-crtdtng group dedicated to learning and Improving riding skills and saddle techniques The club is sponsored by Miss Nichols who accompanies the group on each rude The members go rd ing approximately twice a month during the spring and tall RIDING CLUB Melanie Marshall. Sue Hudson. Deanne Behle. ..1n BOWLING CLUB Mr Impey Jim Bowen Forrest Brockman ten Joe Schreck Bowling Club bowled at the Ferguson bowling alley Teams were formed within the club to bowl in a twen ty four week league and trophies were awarded to members of the winning team In recognition of their achievement The boy and girl who raised their averages the highest number of pins by the end of the season also received a trophy Duane Schroeder was elected secretary l l . Q I, I I ' , I V, B " " ' -' ' The Bowling Club, sponsored by Mr. Impey, -H04 Front Row: Sue Hinderer, Kay Thomp son, Miss Nichols, Theo Homeyer Second Row: Joan Ostendort, Mary Jane Jones, Kathy Jones, Marcia Bohmeyer, Sue Ruhr, Judy Davnt Back Row: Roy Chrisco, Sue Buscher Maria Ambrose, Dolores Richard son, Camille White, Nancy Ford Front Row Miss Crawford Mrs Kamp schroeder Judy F o r t el Joyce Smith Charlotte S t r a n 't z a la Boyce Judy Schaefer Bull McGee Second Row Mrs Dteselhorst Richard Meyer Gary Smith Dale West Ed Muckerman Ron Suttmoeller Back Row Leroy Parsons Ed Muller Roger Craft John Stopple Ollie Wessel Bob Fairbanks Jerry Sat Rtlle Club The purpose of The Rlfle Club rs to develop good sportsmanshnp and self control In :Ts mem bershlp and also teach safe handllng of 'hrearms The membership lS carefully chosen Members ofthe Rlfle Club take part tn The matches of the ST Louls County Rltle League The Club belongs to The Junlor department of The National Rifle Assoclatuon whuch enables members to earn awards Conversatuon Club The Conversatlon Club IS a club for conversa Tron The oblect of the club ts to talk on any worthwhnle sublect IU whnch the members are or are not Interested and whuch as mentally or tntellectually stlmulatung Wlth Mr Lesser as sponsor the club arranges outungs and vusuts of cultural nature Meetings are held approxumately tvvvce a month RIFLE CLUB ont R vv M Kahn Jean W ate Jean Kllnkman Ron Meade Charles Slade econd Row Jam Ellern Tom Dunn Carol Hampp Jlm Glovando Les Ile Bass Roy Chrnsco Tack Row Mary Ellen Schmltt Sue Brammeuer Bob Fasrbanks Bll Davus Pau Brautngam ack Clarke CONVERSATION CLUB c Row Jam Ellern Kenth Kes er Wsltarn Davus Judy Smuth Tlm Aldruch Paul Plavnlck Front Row Jean Strann Judy Muclcle arol Heggarty Pat O ot Hutcheson Ellzabeth Ambrose Betty Meter . 1 . 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' , h' , Paul Plavnick, Ruth McDonald, 9 1 A , , ' , I ' , J f Ba ls : ' , ' t , C , tv, D V - III - Debate Club A Debate Club was organlzed at Ferguson year under the dlrectuon of Mr Blerbaum e natlonal hugh school debate proposltxon for e school year was Resolved That the Fed Government should support the prices ot magor agrucultural products at not less than 90 of panty Tournaments were held at Webster t lS era Groves Hlgh School Washington Unlverslty and St Louis Unlverslty Hugh School Ferguson was In attendance at each of these Awards were pre sented to the most outstandxng debators at the end or the year FTA DEBATE CLUB Front Row Barbara Runnels Carol Heggarty Janet Stueg Terry Srnuth Kay Thompson Sally Arms Theo Homeyer Mr Bnerbaurn Back Row Judy Davut Roberta Steel Torn Dunn Bruce Beard Pau ne el Bn Tennant rm E e Paul Raldt FT A Club The Future Teachers of America Club IS open to any student who shows Interest In teaching and who has the qualltles ot character scholar shlp personality and leadershup needed In he teaching profession Members earn ment points through actnvutles which promote personal growth through observlng In elementary schools and through other school and community prog ects Merit points earned In hlgh school may be added to those earned xn college and Included on the Certlfncates of Merlt awarded upon grad uatron -rom college Front Row Johnny Huckey Daveen House Dot Hutcheson Mnss Nourse Betty Ambrose Deanna Behle Keith Kester Second Row Sandy Carter Jan Hemmrnghaus Donna Ransm Sharon Luebbert Ela Pulhan Janet Turner Allona Rudln Maryann Page Thurd Row Vnrgunua Blngarran Jackie Ama k Barbara Rohne Sandra Nemrnaclc Ed Sheridan Errka Zasch Jane Kirby Pat Curtns U2 , . 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' ,V RADlO CLUB rntRovv Eka Zaetsch Claue o ers Tom Dunn c h a George Sandy Nemtntck Se ond Row Nancy Duttrlch Carolyn Wets Douglas Gracey Ray McGee Jackte Amlck lx Rovv Nlrs Brawley Vtrgtl Lamp lun John Clevenger N o r m a n Krutzman Ken Press James Glo vando Radto CI Ln The Radio Club under the sponsorshtp ot Mrs Brawley met every Thursday morntng dur :ng zero hour to study Morse code and radto theory IU preparatton Tor passtng the Federal Communtcattons Commlsston examtnattons tor Amateur Radio Licenses Several meettngs were held tn the Radio Schack un the new addrtnon so that members could operate the school sta sw fine, A W Juntor Red Cross Sponsored oy Mnss Doyle the Juntor Red Cross vvas composed of Student Coup tl At er nates vvho carried out several protects the mann one betng a collectlon of money to buy toys tor underprtvtleged chtldren Scrapbooks on com munttt, lute tn Ferguson were compiled and sent to toretgn countries to be exchanged with other students tion WOIXP bf.: 1" any JUNIOR RED CROSS Front Rovv Srceet Sesney Betty Meter Kathy Jones Margaret Kestlng Juuly B yd Enuly Hulbert Sandy Mahr De ores Gantner ce Chrlstta Second Row Janet Duerr Nary Jane Jones Judy Snrtth Myrna Farver Sandy Horer Kay Tl' mp on JI Gardner Jane Ktrby Back Row Pete Powell Gene Boyd Bc-v Lowe Paul DeMay Margaret Cook Dave Carmuchacl Genevteve Hunter Ruchard Hell 113 Fo : ri , d R g , ,- Ri rd L ' Ur I t X t nl . B62 : . . , F ' - ' 5 Jvtwfl' ', 'A QMS? -r'? 'Hx 4 .2 . . , . . I ' - f' 'f - , , .c - I - H - H . -- - - - D k ' 'rv , V , . .. , - ,- f o 'J . l l 13 J l V .Nl ' 1 4 1 A r , I T - A . , I 1 25 . I f:. ., A nl ' 's . vi' 1 , . . . . - 4 , ,f v X' .-1 2 N 5 . .gk tl . r , ' , , ' , 'L : , V , , l ,L- : , t , 5 , , , 'G A S , i , ' , TEEN-AGE BOOK CLUB Back Row: Barb Sturm, .loan Emery, Charlotte Strantz, Paul Plavnick, Ed Rutledge, Diane Loyd, Clare Schallert, Judy Nluckle, Front Row: Anna May Adams, Catherine Birke, Diane Schantz, Edna Henke, Barbara Runnels, Barbara Litteken, Carol Kotalik, Jean Gasaway, CREATIVE WRITING Back Row Betty Ambrose Alan Bemls Bob Arkes MISS NIchols KeIth Kester Dot Hutcheson Sandy Brewer Front Row Brenda Delashmet Penny Bourden Sandy NemanIck ErIka Zaetsch Barbara Rohne Nancy Drttrnch JackIe Amlck TAB A new club whIch has come Into berng thls sponsorshup of Mr Lesser The club makes It possIble for a student to receIve good and pop ular books tor a very nomInal pruce One Thurs day out ot every month IS devoted to dIscussIon of the books meetIngs are held TWICE a month 4 Creatwe WrItIn9 Club The Creatlve WrItIng Club sponsored by MIss Nrchols IS an OFQBNIZGTIOD whIch was newly mann purpose IS to e formed thIs year I courage those students who are Interested IH do Ing creatIve wrItIng as a hobby Anyone who IS and IIS goal IS welcome to IoIn The group meets once a month at stu dents houses for a potluck clInner and dIscus sIon ot each students selectlons Interested ID the club Year is the Teen-Age Book Club and is under the . ' -. rg I . I . n- Astronomy Club ASTRONOMY CLUB The Astronomy Club was re-organized at the beginning of the second semester of this year. The club, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Braw- ley, met twice a month, the first meeting being devoted to business, the second to planned dis- cussions, field trips, and other proiects of ina terest to the members. The club also uses the school telescope. The officers are: President Dave Carmichael Vice President Jerry Brinkman Secretary Richard George ASTRONOMY CLUB Bottom Row Ken Press Jerry Brrnkmann Dave Carmichael Richard George 5 Top Row: Mrs. Brawley, John Clevenger, Jim Giovando, Jerry Tendell, Y 11 Y CAFETERIA STAFF Left to Right Lorraine Lloyd Loretta Nelson Mildred Ward Josephine Sonderegger Margaret Hume Mabel Martin Vurgnma Wagener Elizabeth Robinson Edith Frickenschmidt Louise Mason Helen Cunningham Helen Gray Clara Vessel Bernice Fiegenbaum .-4 A fl lr A, .. Q af-"fag, 9 2 E H wi.-WQIWF BUS DRIVERS Back Row Betty Werner Geneva Unland Dorothy Lorenzen Betty Nemnich Virginia Watson Trudy Ostrander Joe Kramer Audrey Yates Gustella Baumgartner Alvin Thues Charles Arnell Rev Leland Mooney Edwin Couranz Front Row Rev Woodrow Leezer Christ Kesting Mary Hoffman William Werner Val Turner Ruth Litteken Marian Kinder Marcella Kremer Eleanor Reel Harry Nemnich Caleterla Stall Under the direction of Mrs Bohn the dtetictan the cafeteria staff daily prepares and serves a well balanced lunch for the students of the Jun nor and Senior High Schools Besides keeping the kitchen clean to maintain a grade "A" rating, the staff prepares special and appropriate lunches for the various holidays. Bus DVIVZTS The main 'ob of the bus drivers is to serve all the schools in the R 2 District by transporting to and from school students who live outside of a two mile radius of their school The bus drivers also take care of the buses and do maintenance work during the summer. ln January, a special luncheon was held in honor of the bus drivers at which time safe-driving awards were pre- sented. -ll6- V233 flap Wi? g li gg" .ci . W U..,..u ,W . aww " ,ML f - dir 5 G-GSE-415.915 3 Bai : L Q sss iw 1 4 5 MK! 9 gd ' ay? - -4 'f A I ff' , V Q A Wien 2,4-, 2 .01 02 2-?,f1: K . Q, ., ,.,. , 9 Z ..,. , 32, 1 Q ZX V 01" FERGUSON SNACK BAR in JANUARY WABASH PARK 1 Hot Dogs and Hamburgers Malts and 'Vhlk Shakes LAKESIDE DINING ROOM JANUARY WABASH PARK GROUP DINNERS LUNCHEONS RECEPTIONS WEDDING BREAKFASTS JA I 5151 JA 2 3232 PI ENTY OF FREE PARKING sPACE 1 . By Reservation Only H C BURGDORE General Contractor 309 Lafay ette FLORISSANT 21 MO 4 J Alterat ons YS Repa GETTEMEIER Realty Company 1735 South Floussant Road Elornssant Mo RECORDS SHEET MUSIC NASH MUSIC CORP 303 So F1or1ssant JA 1 1 00 Instruments Lessons Complzmerzts of UNIVERSAL MATCH CORPORATION Ferguson M1ssour1 Real Estate For Sale Van Zant Inc J 1 1713 401 North Florxssant Rd Hy Style Eurmture Inc ualzty Furmture at Moderate Przces 48 South Florrssant Rd Ferguson 21 Mo JA 1 5228 UN. -T33 1 i irs . ' - . -0 JA. 2-0821 A. - . . 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XIII Florence if Judx 'J np! vm The Carousel II S IIORISSANT RD Ferguson NIO JA I 4806 THE COLOR MART 0f SOUIII IIORISS 'N Ll n lf J I4 8 1 mllpmp CII MI trzcnd lo euerqhodu Ferguson Shoe Repalr Shop for C1 smart appearance sluri Luth rfour shoes Replace uorn soles cmd heels I ou PFICCS AC ROSS IROVI T HI BANIR PEVELY the BEST MILK Whzte m the Bottle Pmk on the Cheeks HEADY Cleaners 104 Darst Road JA 7 0199 Darllne Hllker s Floral Shop Chozce Flowers for Eeerq Oeeaszon 240 South Florlssant Road Ferguson 21 'VIO Leonard s Jewel House II unli D an mds Jvu. lry II atch Repuzrznq 7 SOL III II ORISS IN I RO 'ID Ferguson ZI VIo JA 2 3016 BUESCHER S xxx LI RS sxo Omosn IRISTS I Aeross Irom Bank I-I 7 8 8-I EARL SPENCER General Electrzc Applzunces Across from the Show St I ouls County Radio Sers 1ce Telex 1s1on Sales 55 Sers mce 2 S Ilorrssmt Ierguson 7I XIISSOUYI II r pa r a mal? 1 1 1 D S Iulbrlght IA Z I -I , 1 ff I - g JA, 17175 Co 7 Ihr S ffl' I-1 l I' J I .H : .S ill' vl "lbw nn go round of fll.Shl!I77 ' 'N K , ' y ' I .K . 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