Ferguson High School - Crest Yearbook (Ferguson, MO)

 - Class of 1959

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Second Row' Dr. Louis E Bcettcher, Director, R C, Christman, Secretary BOARD OF EDUCATION The duty ot the Board ot Education is to plan the financial and operational program for the Ferguson-Florissant School District and to see that its policies are carried out. The making ot the rules and regulations by which the R-2 schools are governed is also a part ot the Board's iob Its six members are elected by the voters - two per- sons each year to serve tor a three-year period Due to the time work ot these members and all others connected with the Board, our school has been able to maintain its membership in the North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Col- leges and has repeatedly been awarded a triple "A" rating by the state at Missouri. PARENTS CLUB ln l93l, a Mother's Club ot Ferguson l-ligh School was organized From this group the present Parents' Club has developed The club meets on the first Monday at every month for the purpose of acquainting parents and teachers and promote ing good relations between them, The Parents' Club also proves itself invaluable to the students by performing services such as sponsoring dances and helping with the National Honor Society ln- stallation Front Row' J S McCollum, Mrs Edna Moe Pierson, J S Christy President, Mrs Just ne Carter, Mrs Arnold Cook Back Row Mrs J C Dawson Mrs Lillian Rippstein, Mrs Curtis Opperncar-, Martin Barrett is , , as i, cf, -are-At Q '41 Yvlffr ir i ?"D 4 r 1 Mrs. Margaret Kurtz Clarence Lange Mrs. Beverly Lasher Art Secretarial Practice, Typing Biology Junior Pram Committee Walter Lauless Diversified Occupations Co-ap Club Mrs. Marjorie Livingston Physical Education GAA, Minor Sports at if E Vvbf ae o , ' I . cb I ' pgk' C l r l ,LQ 4- L5 Merrill McDaniels Richard Maddox ffl UU Physical Education Government, American Histo ' ' . Assistant Football -' and Track Coach V KW Donald Magoon Industrial Arts Thomas G. Moore Literature, English Assembly Committee Mrs. Emma Middleton English Pep Club Mrs, Hazel Maxwell World History, Psychology, Counselor Mrs. Leonaro Moreford Home Economics Frank Needle Art Publicity Committee Foreign Relations Committee Margaret Nichols English, Speech Creotiye Writing Club, Riding Club Lyda Nourse English, Counselor F. T. A, Club B. W. Nowell English Dramotics Activities Sponsor fflf John Owen Mox Plovnick Vocal Music, Algebra Bond ond Orchestra Choir l Eileen Smith American History, Counselor Siudent Council Mrs. Margaret Bolin Mrs Margaret Chamberlain Dietician Librarian Library Assistant ROberT Cliff Psychology DireCfOr of Guidonce Depgr ment Joseph Disser School Patrolman 'XA' Mrs. Lillian Rippstein Paul Koch Secretary to the Principal English Office Assistants Public Relations Director Mrs. Glenda Ellis Secretary tothe Director of Student Activities Office Assistants Mrs. Heloise Graue Secretory to the Guidance Department Office Assistants H EN '7' f' J , x ,511 .W fu N1 L .bf a , , . A x Wm, Y 4 - 2 V sf ,E pit .i 7 .:"n09T,fQ V I Y .11 f 'W' ,xx N L33 7 4 ,Y gg v v af D K , , T? I ,ts . 4 . E ff' if n V- - .' ',,,V,-- 'sf J' KR 4: 2?Qff31fl W , l Q? Y ' wk F W? HRM 1 ,M I l 4 , X' lf, if .gn Zvi 2 f fi. ,Q ,vm .v"'f" 'gxx ,f tlulent oumtil The Student Council, consisting of the Execu- tive Committee and representatives from each fourth hour class, met this year during third hour. The officers and committee chairmen of the Execu- tive Committee met daily, but the representatives joined them only on alternate days when the busi- ness and learning sessions were held The Student Council of Ferguson High School, which was the first county council to bring a for- eign exchange student to the school and was among the first to adopt war orphans, was honored last summer by being chosen as host to the National Association of Student Councils Convention. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Front Rawi Jane l-larris, Susan Mahoney Second Row: Bob Neel, Roger Behle, Carol Leonard, Beverly Lowe, Fred Nardauist Third Row Ken Fields, Mary Jane Jones, Gil Reynolds, Barbara Chamberlain, Harry Steinmann, Larry Peimann l , Z as - STUDENT COUNCIL It will alwa s beremembered for . . . STUDENT- COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Front Row: Jane Schuman, Donna Brinkman, Pat Benigno, Joyce Warner, Dee Dee Garafalo, Barb Mclntosh, Jackie Deschu, Rosemary Meodor, Judy Farmer, Jackie Grimm, Diana Perry, Second Raw: Miss Smith, Sponsor, Jeanne Sneed, Sue Doerman, Bar- bara Prost, Marion Haugen, Sandy Arensmeyer, Joyce Kramer, Dolores Heggie, Betty Zuroweste, Jane Cook, Judi Wallweber, Gerry Crofaot. Third Row: Roy James, Mary Jane Jones, Gertie Raney, Judy Allen, Natalie Pierson, Tory McKee, Beverly Oglesby, Ron Jeffers, Pete Connelly, Miss Jerzewiak, Sponsor. Fourth Row: Johnny Hickey, Bill Chronister, Dick Heil, Fred Beckmann, Don Strauser, Don Bandy, Tom Gardner, Ed Copeland, Larry Harting, Gil Reynolds, Roger Behle. ...il 'NSF '4- ,. M B xl N.A.S.C. H178 pockets gm i mn., 'Q D Fnendshnp Cucle 0' Lowa 'C r Qove fwfr fhe Admi, O I 5910 Q QW' giwm h 9105 H19 .mx X Yr. Y I X, QAXX xi ,Z F Kg 1.0 'QW- F OCQXN NTC' vw'-"" to CW Art publicifv Fashion show Forelgn exch onge students Flowers Commntee its commrltee SOCIAL COMMITTEE iii 'h 4 .- Q ETH ICS COMMITTEE Front Row: Judy Farmer, Roger Behle, Chair- mang Rosemary Meador. Second Row: Carla Atnip, Jackie Grimm, Diana Trampe, Bonnie Eckwold, Carol Longehennig, Third Row: Joan Phillips, Fred Watkins, Ed Copeland, Jim Muckerman, Bev Lowe, ELECTION COMMITTEE Front Row: Liz Miller, Valerie Faygal, Susan Mahoney, Chairman, Kay Gentles, Sharon Johnson. Second Row: Sharon Christoph, Mi- chele Gollais, Carol Lane, Leigh Williams, Joyce Kramer, Joyce Brannon. Third Row: Dave Carmichael, Steve Roy, Bruce Conard, Bill Bishop, Terry Young, Joe Gaida, Barb Melton, Roy Chriscoj Liz Ellern. f- .Vs it .v . 43- -s 'v ,. 4, 5 'Q ' 2 I ,: .A -.' r I - fo Q -:RTR 4 4, xc- ,I ' 5 .I CLQQ, . -' i ."E xi.,-7 ,gt ..,,r-3, ft' lr A "" ' . . iq" " W, ' . ' . "1 ' -"1 -. r 1, F Q21 1 Q , F. .4 V., -wi 1' -1. Jw .1 ' I 'Nw '-vs Qt ' 4 fir riq:I?qA.-,-,I . 4:.q,r,- '- .elk wen., 1. K 1 If 'vig ds ,. Nils FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE Front Row: Barb Chamberlain, Chairman, Sue Buescher. Second Row: Diana Perry, Pat Shine, Pat Brehm, Tom Gardner. Third ', I Row: Diane McCullough, Barb Mclntosh, Jackie Deschu, Donna Brinkman. Fourth Row: Judy Adams, Carole Ruth, Janet Roley, John Clevenger. Fifth Row: Don Strauser, Ralph Dieckmann, I . .um 1 P ,, 'Q Front Row: Joyce Werner, Melanie Marshall, Ken Fields, Chairman, Gertie Raney, Rose- mary Wermke. Second Raw: Jock Nichols, Jil Gardner, Ellen Back, Bev Frost, Marion Haugen, Carol Ahrens, Jackie Amick, Angie Gulotta, Johnny Hickey. Third Row:' Dove Stobenow, Ron Jeffers, Pete Connelly, Mary Flesch, Jim Stork. --V , 31' I'-1? 1 SAFETY COMMITTEE Front Row: Sherri Hearn, Judy Boas, Donna Mangrum, Jane Mesnier. Second Row: Tory McKee, Paul Holmes, Larry Pei- mann, Chairman, Brian McWilliams. Third Row: Jackie Carl- son, Joan Krein, Floyd Blackard, Ted Feller. Fourth Row: Sandy Schroeder, Ken Lang, Ray James. 'iii PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Front Row: Judy Roberts, Lena Staires, Ann Bartelsmeyer, Jane Harris, Chairman, Bar- bara Trefts, Agnes Mollison. Second Row: Barb Turnbough, Betty Zuroweste, Barbara Thompson, Sandy Arensmeyer, Bev Funke, Carol Haefner. Third Row: Marianne Hecke- thorn, Jerry McCaIIister, Eddie Yates, Har- old Gibson, Carol Wayne. SERVICE COMMITTEE Front Row: Carole Smith, Gayle Tennant, Norma Wahl. Second Row: Gil Reynolds, Chairman, Bud DeMay, Carol Ostendorf, Rich Runge, Fran DuCIos, Jan Duerr, Gwen Rakey. Third Row: Jim Bollini, Ray Olson, Russ Kirby, Cathy Schulenberg, Jeanne Sneed. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Front Row: Buzzy Stuloc, Jack Parson, Larry Hurting, Paul Parson, Fred Nordquist, Chair- man, Second Row: Beverly Oglesby, Susan Moore, Sue Doerman, Pot Benigno, Lindo Raidt, Judy Allen, Dolores Heggie, Marilynn Moeller. WAR ORPHANS Yum Kwong Sook Korea loonno Dirnokopoulou Greece WELCOMING COMMITTEE Front Row: Ron Jeffers, Bull Chromster, Barbara Flesch. Second Row: Bev Dennison, Anna Robanson, Jeff Estes. ii L gi 'Q -'Q-M Autumn Nocturne 1 , . il, , Vi' avg, u 12 1 ,, 'ina f gg rr. -y , ,,,,, K y li' .5 4,1 A oh., f A -6 ,D W, if ww, X Q4 -fg- ',-,xh it --Ei? ' -v-.Q-,3.,,,,.'i .-m.m,.,v. . , 1 Q, f - Vg. ' 1 A A . M J A AM 'f 19 " p,plA.v: L L! C.v1 J A gnu:-N E cA'r4ON VEEN I-?i5E'KJ.' JOHN ' acmuxn L THA rx p, Uh x 22 Z' u- """ an Y' Us 'S hw' "Qin 3 5 , . f3+'f' M -'55 , I I 1: of' vu In ,Vg SINPUA ii" i H . S An ld-Fashioned hnls .. 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H- I .I .H . . I I JAMES ADKINS "With his laugh and with his wit, Jim will always make a hit." Choir l,3,45 Football I,2,4, Baseball l,2,45 Bowling Club 3 JACQUELIN AMICK "Jackie's the best friend a person can have, Even when you're Sad, she'lI make you laugh," Election Committee 45 NASC Trans- portation Committee 3, Girls' Glee Club l,3,4, President 3,45 Girls' Sex- tette 35 Mixed Ensemble I-35 Choir l- 4,County Chorus 3, G.A.A. I5 Crea- tive Writing Club 2-45 F.T.A. I-4, President 3, Vice-President 45 Latin Club 2, Inter-club Council 45 CREST Staff 45 National Honor Society 4. WILLIAM ANGEL "He takes things in his stride." DIAN BARCIKOWSKI "A ready smile, an aim to please. St. Francis Xavier High School I. FRED BECKMANN "An all-around good friend, One sincere and true " fi f ? , mf ' 4 . 5 ,v Seniors JUDITH ALLEN "Cheerful, sweet, and gay, Ready to help in her charming way." Student Council Representative I-45 Assembly Committee 45 Election Com- mittee I5 Stage Crew l-3, Make-Up Committee l5 Girls' Glee Club l,2, G. A.A. I-4, Pep Club I-45 Social Com- mittee 2, Point Con-mittee 35 Home- coming Committee 4, Riding Club I,2, 4, F.T.A. 4. GEORGE ALEXANDER "Always even tempered." NASC Transportation Committee 3, Choir I5 Football I-4, Varsity 2-45 Basketball I-4, Varsity 3,45 Baseball Varsity I-45 Homecoming Escort 45 Crest Escort 4. PATRICIA ATCHLEY "Pat's eyes are bright, her voice is QOY, Her very smile drives gloom away." Troy High School, Troy, Missouri l,2. JACK BALLINGER "No hurry, no worry, Just life as it comes." Track 2, Rifle Club 2. BARBARA BENNE "Manner, calm and pleasant, Sweetness ever present." Safety Committee 4. 41 Seniors WILLIAM BEECH "Always friendly with a pleasant smile," SUSAN BRAMMEIER 'A good sport and lots of fun, You'lI never find a nicer one " DONALD BLONDIN "All his friends rate him high, He's what you'd call a regular guy.' Service Committee I, NASC Transpor- tation Committee 3, Bond I-4, Or chestra I-4, Football I-3, Varsity 3, Intramural Basketball I-4, Track I, 2, Projection Club I-2, SANDRA BROWN "Bewitching eyes, bewitching charm, When Sandys around your heart is warmed." Soldan High School I, NASC Flowers and Decoration Committee 3, Girls' Glee Club 3,4, GAA 3,4, Little League Volleyball, Pep Club 3-4, Point Com- mittee 4, Homecoming Parade Com- mittee 4 GERALD BOSCH "A good guy, with a gleam in his eye." Normandy High School I, Choir 2-4, Football 3-4, Wrestling 3,4, Co-op 4. JUDY BOOS "Sugar and spice, And everything nice." St Thomas Aquinas High School I,2, Safety Committee 4, GAA 4. ROGER BEHLE "A popular boy and an athlete, too, When Roger's around you can't be blue." NASC Ticket Sales Committee 3, NA SC Transportation Committee 3, Elec- tion Committee 3, Ethics Committee 4, Chairman 4, Student Council Rep- resentative 4, Student Council Vice- President 4, Executive Committee 4, Inter-club Council 4, Chairman 4, "Our Town" 4, Choir I-4, Boys' Quar- tet 2-4, Mixed Ensemble 2-4, Boys' Glee Club I-3, County Chorus 3,4, ln- tramural Basketball I-4, Track Var- sity I-3, Prom Committee 3, Pep Club 3, Crest Escort 4. SANDRA BREWER "The world is but a stage, And each must play his part," Assembly Committee I, Dramatics Guild 4, "Our Town" 4, "Death Takes a Holiday" 4, GAA I,2,4, Protection Club I-3, Secretary 2,3 JAMES BOLLINI "Happy-ga-lucky fellow at work or ploy, A grin on his tace, a will in his way." Normandy High School I,2, Service Committee 4, "Onions in the Stew" Publicity Committee 3, Intramural Soccer 3-4, Captain 4, Intramural Basketball 3-4, Captain 4, Bowling Club 3,4, National Junior Honor S0- Ciety 2. SUSAN BUESCHER "There's something sweet about her way, That makes you like her more each Clay." Social Committee I, Public Relations Committee 4, Secretary 4, NASC Sec- retarial Committee, Secretary 3, Stage Crew 2-4, Property Committee 2,3, Make-up Committee 4, Choir I-4, Girls' Glee Club I-3, Mixed Ensemble 2-4, County Chorus 3, GAA I-4, T- I3 2-4, Basketball 3,4, Basketball Varsity 4, Volleyball Little League I- 3, Hockey 3,4, Varsity 4, Hockey All- Stars 3, Softball 3, Deck Tennis Man- ager 4, Minar Sports 3,4, GAA Board 4, Pep Club I-4, Transportation Com- mittee 3, Nominations Committee 4, Riding Club 2-4, Busy Brushes 3, Scoop Staff 4, Quill 8- Scroll 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4. HERBERT BOYD "A man of few words, with not much to say, But it's his type of boy who becomes famous someday." Ethics Committee 2, Election Commit- tee 4, Student Council Alternate 2, NASC Transportation Committee 3, Baseball 2, Track 3, lntramural Bas- ketball 2,4, National Honor Society 4, BARBARA CHAMBERLAIN "Always gay, always pert, Always eager and alert." Student Council Representative 2,3, Alternate l, Service Committee 2, Safety Committee 3, Public Relations Committee 4, Chairman 4, Executive Committee 4, NASC Ticket Sales 3, NASC Cafeteria Committee Co-chair- man 3, lnter-club Council 4, Dramat- ics Guild 3, "The Curious Savage" 3, Stage Crew 2-4, Choir l, Girls' Glee Club l-3, Ensemble l, GAA l-4, Bas- ketball 4, Little League Basketball I- 3, Captain 3, Hockey 2-4, All-Stars 2, Varsity 3-4, Little League Volley- ball l-3, Captain 3, Little League Softball 2,3, Minor Sports 3, T-l3 3, Pep Club l-4, Point Committee l,2, Nominations Committee 4, Chairman 4, Creative Writing 3, Scoop 4, Na- tional Hanor Society 3,4, Quill 8- Scroll 4, CREST Maid 4. ROBERT BROYLES "Gee, it's great to be alive?" NASC Ticket Sales Committee 3, Choir 2,4, Orchestra l, Ensemble 2-4, All-County Orchestra l, All-County Chorus 2,3. JUDITH CROUSE "She is as sunny as a summer day." Hobbs High School, Hobbs, New Mex- ico l,2, GAA 3,4, Little League Soft- ball 3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Modern Dance 3, Busy Brushes 4. DAVID CARMICHAEL "A glad hand and a cheerful smile, Will help him along many O mile." Student Council Alternate 2, Junior Red Cross 2, Foreign Relations Com- mittee 3,4, NASC Ticket Committee 3, "Our Town" 4, "Death Takes a Holiday" 4, Intramural Soccer 2,4, Astronomy Club 2,3, President 2, Vice-President 3. 'Q 46 Seniors BEVERLY BUTLER "Whoever said that gentlemen prefer blondes is silly," Student Council Alternate l, Social Committee 4, NASC Student Lounge Committee 3, Choir l-4, Girls' Glee Club l,2, GAA l-3, Volleyball l, Pep Club l-3, Homecoming Committee 4, Nominations Committee 2. PAUL BRAUTIGAM "Paul's a boy with many a friend, With a list of good qualities that never end." Football 2, Projection Club 2,3, Rifle Club 2,3 PATRICIA COPELAND "Loveable and laughable is she." Southeast High School, Wichita, Kan- sas l-3, Busy Brushes 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4. JOHN BRYANT "John has such friendly ways, We'll remember his through all our days." LORNA DALE 'Her friends find her ever ioyous and Smiling." 'Death Takes o Holiday" 4, Modern Dance 2-4, President 3, Secretary 4, Busy Brushes 2, Bowling Club 3,4 Teen-age Book Club 3, Creative Writ- ing Club 3,4, GAA 2,3. f 43 Seniors DALE CHESLEY "Live and let live." NANCY DlTTRlCH "There's never a dull moment When Nancy's around." Safety Committee 4, NASC Transpor- tation Committee 3, Secretary 3, Stage Crew 3, Choir l, Girls' Glee Club l, GAA l-4, Volleyball l, Little League Basketball 4, Pep Club 2-4, Riding Club l, Bowling Club 3,4, Radio Club 2, Creative Writing Club 2-4, Secretary 3, F.T.A. 3-4, Vice- President 3, Latin Club 2, Protection Club 2,3, CREST Staff 4, Quill 8. Scroll 4, National Honor Society 3,4, CHARLES CHRlSTlAN "His idea of a perfect day, ls less work and more play." Student Council Representative 2, Varsity Football 3, Photography Club 2, Co-op 4. FRANCES DU CLOS "A girl with a warm and friendly heart, Always ready to do her part," St. Agnes Academy, lndianapolis, ln- diana l, Service Committee 4, Girls' Glee Club 2-4, Choir 4, GAA 2-4, GAA Board 4, Point Committee 4, Little League Basketball 3, Little League Volleyball 3, Little League Hockey 3, Pep Club 3,4 JOHN CLEVENGER "On John's record yau'll find not a mar, This young man is sure to ga far." Public Relations Committee 3,4, NA SC Photography Committee 3, Co- chairman 3, Dramotics Guild 2-4, Na- tional Thespian Society 3,4, Stage Crew 2-4, Protection Club l-4, Radio Club 2-4, Vice-President 3, National Honor Society 3,4, F TA, 4, Photog- raphy Club 2,3, Greater St. Louis Sci- ence Fair President 4, NASC Audi- torium Committee 3, NASC Audio- Visual Committee 3, Astronomy Club gg. st. 'Q ,-rn x . es y l I err' riff! if' S-5.13 Y. , SQA T230 5 243751-'5 .' x lt3f' ,C' .'ll , ,i,',L,f. ll - - H 'A . BEVERLY DENNISON "She'lI glwgys remain in memary's file, Because of her ever-present smile." Student Council Representative l, Publicity Committee l, Social Com- mittee 4, NASC Faculty Lounge Com- mittee 3, Secretary 3, Welcoming Committee 4, Girls' Glee Club 22 Plom Committee 3, Busy Brushes 3, Library Assistant 4, Guidance Office Assist- ant 3, GAA l-4, GAA Board l,3,4, Social Committee l,3,4, Chairman 42 Varsity Hockey 3,4, Softball 2-4, Bas- ketball 3, Volleyball 2, Peo Club l-42 Executive Board, Homecoming Com- mittee 3, Nomination Committee 3, Transportation Committee 4, Chair- man 4, Homecoming Maid 4, SCOOP Staff 4, Quill 8 Scroll 4, National Honor Society 4. ROY CHRISCO "Roy's a born leader, at that there's no doubt." Foreign Relations Committee 3,4, NA SC Housing Committee 3, NASC Transportation Committee 3, "Our Town" 4, Stage Crew 4, Property Manager 4, Bays' Glee Club 2, Jr, Varsity Baseball Manager 2, Varsity Baseball Manager 3,4, Intramural Soccer 4, Riding Club l-3, Rifle Club 2-4, Pep Club l-4, Cheerleader 4, Social Committee 3, Executive Com- mittee 4. SANDRA DORNAN "Live life--every golden minute of it" Student Council Representative 2, Service Committee 2, Secretary 2, So- cial Committee 3,4, NASC Student Lounge Committee 3, Secretary 3, Choir l-4, Mixed Ensemble 4, Girls' Glee Club l-4, GAA l-4, Softball l-4, Volleyball l,2, Basketball l-4, Varsity 4, Pep Club l-4, Vice-President 4, Nominations Committee l, Social Committee 2,3, Homecoming Commit- tee 3,4, Chairman 4, Cheerleader 4, Captain 4, Busy Brushes l,2, Library Assistant 4, SCOOP Staff 4, Quill 8. Scroll 4, National Honor Society A JAMES Cl-lRlSTY "An all-around good fellow, A friend sincere and true." Boys' Glee Club 2,3, Wrestling 2, Tennis 2, Intramural Basketball l-4, Homecoming Committee 4, NASC Transportation Committee 3 JEANINE DUERR "She was the warmth of true friendli- ness." Normandy Junior High l, Service Committee 4, NASC Flowers Commit- tee 3, Junior Red Cross 2, Stage Crew 2,3, GAA 2-4, Homecoming Commit- tee 4, Busy Brushes 2,3, Guidance Ot- fice Assistant 4. GERALD COOK "His friendship is the best ta be had " Proiection Club 2-4, Football l, B- Team 2, Basketball Intramurals l-4, Soccer Intramurals 4, Choir 4. BlLLIE FARMER "Her ncanv friends hold her dear, For she's so thoughtful and sincere." Pep Club 2, Library Assistant 4, First Aid Assistant 4. GERALD DAVIS "His friendship is the best to be had " MARlLYN FlNNEY "A smiling face, a charming girl," Safety Committee 2, Secretary 2 Service Committee 3, Electron Com mittee 4, Student Council Representa tive 2,3, NASC Transportation Com mittee 3, Stage Crew 3, Orchestra l 4, GAA. 1,2,4, GA A Board 3, So cial Committee 2, Pep Club l-4, DSC oraticn Committee 2, Point Commit- tee 2, CREST Maid 4, National Honor Society 4. RALPH DlECKMANN "With quiet but determined farce, He travels on his destined course." Public Relations Committee 4, Fresh- man Basketball Manager l, "B" Baseball Manager l, Varsity Basket- ball Manager 2,3, Tennis Manaaer 3, ir , A ,lf , i Seniors JUDITH ANN EICKMANN "Let your speech be better than si- lence, or be silent " ALAN COOL 'Deeds speak louder than words." Service Committee 2, NASC Housing Committee 3, NASC Transportation Committee 3, Social Committee 3, Student Council Alternate l, Choir l- 4g Mixed Ensemble l-4, Boys' Glee Club l-3, County Chorus 2,3, Foot- ball l-4, Varsity 2-4, Track 2,3, ln- tramural Soccer l-3, Intramural Bas- ketball 2,3, Pep Club 3,4, Homecom- ing Escort 4. VERA GALE FELDMANN Gentle, modest and sweet, A friend we all like to meet," Beaumont High School l,2, Orchestra 3,4, All-County Orchestra 3, Girls' I e Clu 4, G.A.A 3 4 ,T.A. 3,4. wtf ' f WV' f ml 7 A PAUL DE MAY "A little mischief naw and then, ls relished bv the wisest men." Service Committee 4, Student Council Alternate 2, Stage Crew 3, Band l,2, Dull Orchestra l,2, Track l-3, Bas- ketball 2. NANCY FORD 'Always ready to do her best." NIASC Information and Hospitality Committee 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, GAA l,2, Riding Club 2, Pep Club 2,3. Seniors JAMES DlLLON "Sometimes smiling, sometimes seri- ous, but always trtendlvf' Radio Club 3,4, Rrciection Club 3,4 BEVERLY FROST "A worthy maiden is she, tall of lun Gnd jollityf' Wichita Falls, Texas High Sqhaal l, Election Committee 4, Choir 3,4, Busi- ness Manager 4, Ensemble 2-4, Girls' Glee 4, COLJI"tTx CHQVU5 314, SC Program Committee, Secretary 3, Ticket Sales Committee 3 KENNETH DUVALL "A pleasing smile lasts quite awhile " St, Mary's High l,2 JUDlTl'l GLUCKHERTZ "The unspoken wcrd never does harm," Student Council 2,3, Election Com- mittee 2,3, NASC Student Lounge Committee 3, NASC Gift Shoo 3, NA SC Auditorium Committee 3, Stage Crew 2, Girls' Glee Club l, GAA l-3, Busy Brushes 2,3, Pep Club l-4, Homecoming Committee 3,4, SOClOl Committee 3,4, Chalrman 4, Execu- ftye Committee 4, Homecoming Court 4, SCOQQ Stott 4, Ouill S- SCrC,ll 4 ROBERT EZELL "A bit of fun, a but at thought, A lot af pleasure from lite he sought," Soldan High School I-3, Intramural Soccer 4, Intramural Basketball 4, Track 4, 46 Q-4' G' L-.. .ff X X JLJDYTH FORTEL "Srncerrty is the keynote of her per- sonality " 'XJASC Snack Bar 3, Glee Club l, GAA l-3, BOwlir1g Club l-3, Rep Club 1.3, Modern Dance 2-4 Prestdent 4, First Aid Assistant 4, Firjiectrin l-2 RONALD DRAKE No worry, no hurry, just enicy lite " Wrestling l JlL GARDNER "Gentle and sweet, dainty and neat, A lady indeed, from her head to her feet. Student Council Alternate 2, Juntar Red Cross 2, Social Committee 3, Choir l-4, Girls' Glee Club l,2, Coun- ty Chorus 3, Ensemble l-4, Mixed Quartet 2, GAA l-4, Secretary 3, Softball l-4, Hockey l,2, Basketball l,2, Little League Basketball 3, Vol- leyball l-3, GAA Board 2-4, T-l3 l, Pep Club l-4, Treasurer 4, Transpar- tation Committee l, Social Committee 3, Executive Committee 4, Cheerlead- er 4, Busy Brushes l, CREST Maid 4, Nlatianal Honor Sacietv 4 JEFFREY ESTES "An all-round guy we all agree, An executive important he's bound to be." Student Council Representative 2, Par- liamentarian 2,3, Ethics Committee 2, 3, "Our Town" 4, Football l-4, Bas- ketball l, Tennis l,2, Wrestling 3, Pram Committee, Chairman 3, CREST escort 4, M,A.S.C. Delegate 3, Prom Reporter 4. NELLIE ANN GRABER "A merry heart and a smile for all," Social Committee 4, GAA 4, Busy Brushes 4, Pep Club l-4, First Aid As- sistant 4 THEODORE FELLER "This fellow is worth meeting, To everyone he gives a greeting " Safety Committee 4, String Orchestra 2,4, All-County Orchestra 2, Rifle Club 4, Safe Driver Club 4. ANGELA GULOTTA "Loyal, witty, and true, Always smiling, never blue," St. Thomas Aquinas I, Election Com- mittee 4, Sophomore-Junior Dramatics 3, "Onions ln The Stew" 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Pep Club 3,4, Busy Brushes 4, NASC Souvenirs and Pack- ets 3, NASC First Aid 3, Guidance Office Assistant 4 HUGO FRIEDA "He has a friendly disposition," Dromatics Guild 4, Wrestling I, ln- tramurol Basketball 2, Track 4. BEVERLY HANNAH "A very friendly girl, A pleasure to know " GAA I-3 RICHARD GEORGE ' A regulcr fellow, friendly indeed " 4 ug-I ell -2 45. Seniors MARCIA FUNKEN "Her ways are Quiet but silence is eloquent." KENNETH FIELDS "Ken has such friendly ways, We'Il remember him through all our days." Social Committee 3, Election Commit- tee 4, Chairman 4, Executive Com- mittee 4, NASC Ticket Sales Commit- tee 3, Wrestling 3,4, Intramural Bas- ketball I,2 GLENDA HAMILTON 'She s quiet, but dan't let her quiet- ness fool you." Hazelwood High School 2. EUGENE GAROFALO 'Always friendly, always gay, Tripping along Iife'S sunny way." Social Committee 2,4, Service Cam- mittee 3, Boys' Glee Club 3, Choir 4, Football l,2g Basketball I, Intramural Basketball 2,3, Pep Club 2-4, Social Committee 3,4, Transportation Com- mittee 3 JUL A HAMMERSCHMIDT ways ea yg i g but she gets there iust he same AA 2 3 47 Seniors JAMES GlOVANDO "At every task he does his best," NASC Housing Committee 35 Boys' Glee Club 25 Radio Club l, Projection Club 25 Photography Club l,25 As- tronomy Club 2. SHERRl HEARN "lt's nice to be natural, When you're naturally nice " Safety Committee 4, Stage Crew l, Choir 3,45 GAA 2-45 Hockey 45 Bowl- ing Club 35 Pep Club 2,3 SIDNEY GOODWIN "lt's a pleasure to know him." Dromatics Guild 45 Band l-45 Orches- tra l-45 Boys' Glee Club 2,35 All- Caunty Band l,25 All-County Orches- tra l,25 State Band 2. MARILANE HEITMAN "This little lass is number one, Both in the class and in our hearts." Band l-45 Orchestra l-45 GAA l-4, Softball l-35 GAA Board 45 Little League Basketball, Little League Val- leyball5 Little League Hockey5 Minor Sports 3,45 National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4. CHARLES GRAHAM "Although quiet and not loud, His winning ways are many." Choir 45 County Chorus 45 Track l,25 Rifle Club l, 48 1 ' 'R' 1 ff i'.l-fiiiifririf LYNNE HARRIS "A perfect athlete, Whatever the game." Service Committee 25 Choir l, GAA l-4, Basketball Manager 2, Track Manager 3, Tennis Manager 45 Bas- ketball Varsity l-45 Softball Varsity 2-4, Volleyball Varsity 3,4, Hockey Varsity 2-45 Basketball l-4, Valley l- 45 Hockey 2-45 Softball 2-45 T-l3 l-45 Bowling Club 45 Varsity Basket- ball Captain 45 Track l,3,45 GAA Board 2-4, Pep Club l-45 NASC Haus- ing Committee 3, National Honor So- ciety 3,4 HAROLD GOODALE "Who is mischievous and full of fun? Of course, Skip is the one " NASC Baggage and Checkroom Com- mittee 3, Co-chairman 35 Junior Dro- matics 35 Band l-45 Orchestra l-45 Track 4, Wrestling 45 Rifle Club 45 Pep Club 45 NASC Banquet and Dance Committee 3, DOLORES HEGGIE "Always happy, always grinning, Life for Dorie is just beginning." Student Council Representative 45 As- sembly Committee 4, Secretary 45 NA SC Housing Committee 35 Chair 45 Girls' Glee Club l,2,4, GAA 45 Pep Club 3,45 Homecoming Committee 45 Riding Club 45 National Honor So- ciety 4. DOUGLAS GRACEY "ln life he finds a lot of fun, But when there's work, he gets it done " Social Committee 45 NASC Writing Room Committee 35 Boys' Glee Club 25 Intramural Basketball l,3,45 Intra- mural Soccer 45 Radio Club 2, DOROTHY HOEHN "She is so very gay at any time ct the day " GERALD GLJSTIN "The mon is richest who finds pleas' ure in simple things." BARBARA JOHNS "A friend sincere and true " GAA I. MARK HARRINGTON "A friendly lad we testify, We're proud of him at Ferguson High." Student Council Representative I, Eth' ics Committee I, Education Commit- tee 3, Tennis 3,4, Track 4, Intro- mural Basketball 4, Debate Club 4. VIRGINIA HORTON "Through sunshine and rain, She's always the same." RICHARD HASHAGEN "Deep his voice, average his stature, With all a happy-go-lucky nature." Student Council Representative lg Track I,3, Rifle Club l,2g Protection Club 4, Hadley Technical High School 3. xx, E . fy L . eniors SANDRA HARTMANN "Onward, onward, oh, time in your flight, Make the bell ring before i recite." Beaumont High School I-3. JAMES HAEFNER 'Let each man do his best." JULIA HOLTGREWE "The world deals kindly with good- natured people." De Andreas High School I, GAA 3,4, Bowling Club 4. LARRY HART "A kind of lad that's hard to find, Easy-going, care'free, and kind." Boys' Glee Club 2, Busy Brushes 4g Auto Club 4, Co-op 4, DONNA HUNTER "A genuinely sweet girl is a golden blessing." Roosevelt High School I, Candy Sales 2, Co-op 4 49 Seniors RICHARD HEIL "His mind is equal to any undertaking he puts alongside of it" Student Council Representative 4, Al- ternate 2, Education Committee 4, Junior Red Cross 2, Basketball l,2, Baseball 2, National Honor Society 4 MARY JANE JONES "Earnest, sincere, straightforward is she, A friend to admire she'Il always be," Student Council Alternate 2, Junior Red Cross 2, Education Committee 3, 4, Secretary 3, Chairman 4, Executive Committee 4, NASC Art and Publicitx Committee 3, NASC Cafeteria Com- mittee 3, First Aid Assistant 2-4, G AA l-4, Secretary 4, GAA Board 3,4, Social Committee 3, Little League Volleyball, Little League Basketball, Track 3, Minor Sports 3, Dramatics Guild l-3, Stage Crew 2,3, Girls' Glee Club l-3, SCOOP Staff 4, Busy Brushes 2-4, Secretary 4, Riding Club 2,3, Quill S. Scroll 4, Pep Club l-4, Executive Committee 4, Nominations Committee l, Transportation Commit- tee 2, Publicity Committee 3,4, Chair- man 4, Homecoming Committee 3, Homecoming Maid 4, CREST Maid 4, Senior Committee 4, National Honor Society 4, ROBERT HEUER "A cheery nature deserves admira- tion." CHARLENE KENNEY "A friendly girl, you must admit, Always ready to do her bit." Pattanville High School l, Choir 2 KENNETH HOFFMANN "Everybody should have a specialty-- mine's football " Football l-4, Varsity 3,4, Intramural Basketball 2-4. fx 1 1 -'Z' KATHLEEN JONES "A girl whose sweet and quiet ways, Will get her friends through all her days." Student Council Alternate 2, Junior Red Cross 2, Education Committee 4, Secretary 4, NASC Secretaries Com- mittee 3, Dramctics Guild 2-4, Stage Crew 2-4, Choir 2-4, Girls' Glee Club l-4, Ensemble 2-4, Ccunty Chorus 3, 4, GAA l-4, Softball 3, Little League Basketball 2, Little League Volleyball 3, Minor Sports 3, Pep Club l-4, Point Committee 4, Riding Club 2-4, Busy Brushes 3, CREST Staff 4, Secre- tary 4, CREST Coronation, Mistress of Ceremonies 4, Quill 8. Scroll 4, Senior Committee 4, National Honor Society 4 JOHN HENDRY "With hearty laugh and nimble wit, John will always make a hit." Normandy Junior High l, Track 2,4, lntramural Basketball 3 NANCY KELLEY "A smiling face, a charming girl." Safety Committee 3, Stage Crew 3, GAA l,2, Volleyball, Little League Basketball, Busy Brushes 2, Modern Dance l, Pep Club l,2,4, Co-ap 4. JOHN HICKEY "Well, boys, what'll we do tomorrow night?" Student Councit Representative 4, Election Commit ee 4, Baseball Man- ager l, Baske all Manager l-3, Track Manager -3, Eaotball Man- ager 2-4, Debat 'Club'2-4, Senior Committee A x ' MARGARET KESTING "Margie's the athletic sort, She merits credit in any sport " Student Council Alternate 2, Orches- tra l-3, County Orchestra l-3, String Quartet 2, GAA l-4, T-I3 2-4, Hock- ey Manager 4, Varsity Hockey 3,4, Captain 4, Varsity Softball 2-4, Man- ager 2, Varsity Basketball 2-4, Vol- leyball Varsity 2,3, Manager 3, Pep Club l-4, National Honor Society 3,4. JAMES HOLTSHOUSER "This lad seems always to be Without a care and fancy free." Band l-45 Rifle Club l-35 Projection Club l,2. ROSE MARIE KRUEGER "Not many girls like this you'll find, With skill and looks combined." Interclub Council 45 Choir l-45 Girls' Glee Club l,25 "Amahl and the Night Visitors" 3, GAA l-4, President 45 Basketball 2-4, Varsity 2-45 Softball 2-4, Varsity 2-45 Volleyball 2-4, Var.- sity 3,45 Hockey 4, Captain 4, Varsity 4, Basketball Manager 35 GAA Board 3,45 T-I3 3,45 Pep Club l-45 Nomi- nations Committee 35 Cheerleader 45 Executive Committee 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Busy Brushes l, Crest Maid 4, LARRY HUDGINS "Sometimes auiet, sometimes glad, Here's a very friendly lad." Wrestling 35 Bowling Club l,25 Intra- mural Soccer 2-45 Track 35 Protection. A Club 3,45 CO-Op 4. LOLETA LAMBERT "She is happy as the day is long," ALAN IHLE "To Alan we wish success, Plenty cf luck and happiness," lntramural Basketball 45 Football Manager l-4, Orchestra 3,45 All- Countv Orchestra l,3 Seniors HELEN ANN KOOP "A sweet girl in every way." St. Thomas Aquinas l,2. JUDITH KUNZNICK "Gentle, modest, and sweet, A friend we all like to meet." Student Council Representative 45 Public Relations Committee 45 NASC Flowers Committee 3, Stage Crew 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 2,35 GAA l-45 Volleyball 25 Basketball 2,35 Archery 3,4, Pep Club l-45 Homecoming Com- mittee 4, First Aid Assistant 35 Riding Club 4 LEE ANDRA LABURAY "She is iolly, good-natured and true, Always her share ready to do." Service Committee 25 Prom Commit- tee 35 GAA l-35 Pep Club 35 Office Assistant l,25 Co-op 4. GEORGE HUNDELT "A personality that makes friends, A loyalty that keeps them" Track l-4, Intramural Soccer 45 Na- tional Honor Society 4. SUE LARGENT "Quiet and nice." Student Council Representative l5 Publicity Committee l, Homecoming Committee 25 GAA I-35 Baseball I5 Basketball l-3, Captain 35 Volleyball l,2, Busy Brushes 3, Pep Club l,25 First Aid Assistant 3. 51 Seniors KARL JACKSON "He follows the inclination of his own nature." National Honor Society 4. CAROL LEONARD "Not only good herself, But also the cause of goodness in others." Service Committee l, Secretary l, As- sembly Committee 2,3, Secretary 2,3, Student Council Representative l-3, NASC Executive Committee 3, NASC Transportation Committee 3, Co- Chairman, Student Council Secretary 4, Executive Committee 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Secretary 3, Dramatics Guild 2,3, Stage Crew 2-4, Choir 2, Girls' Glee Club l-4, vice-President 3, GAA l-4, GAA Board 2,3, Point Com- mittee 2, Tennis Manager 3, Basket- ball l, Volleyball l,2, Captain l, Softball 3, Little League Hockey, Ten- nis 2,3, Pep Club l-4, Nominations Committee l, Social Committee 2, Point Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 2,3, Executive Committee 4, Cheerleader 4, Busy Brushes l-4, Treasurer 4, Modern Dance Club l, Quill 8 Scroll 4, CREST Staff, Sports Editor 8- Circulation Manager 3, CO- Editor 4, CREST Queen 4, Senior Committee 4, National Honor Society 4. CAROLYN SUE LEONARD "Full of laughter, full of fun, Full of joy for everyone." Service Committee 4, NASC Souvenirs 8' Packets Committee 3, GAA 3,4, Softball 3,4, Varsity 4, Hockey Var- sity 4, Little League Basketball, Minor Sports 4, Guidance Office Assistant 4, Projection Club 2,3, National Honor Society 4. SHARON LORAINE "Happiness and laughter are the main spokes in her wheel of life." St. Thomas Aquinas High School l, Bowling Club 3. ROBERT JOSEPH "Although quiet and not loud, His winning ways are many." Choir 2-4, County Chorus 3, Boy's Glee Club 3, Ensemble 3, Football l, 2, Track l-4, Basketball l, lntra- mural Basketball 2-4, NASC Meeting Room Committee 3. Q 'is i kill 'Cf' KAY LEMONDS 'Shes small, but so is a stick of dyna- mite." McKinley High School l, GAA 4, Lit- tle League Basketball 4, Pep Club 4. RAY JAMES "Great is his worth, For though he is quiet, his presence is always felt," Student Council Representative 4, Safety Committee 4, lnter-Club Coun- cil 4, Photography Club 2, Rifle Club 4, Automobile Club 4, President 4. JESSIEMAE LOCKHART "PleasantIy nice and nicely pleasant." ROBERT JARZENBECK "A little mischief plus a little fun to spice each day." BEVERLY LOWE 'Her million dollar smile, Will always be in style." Student Council Representative l,3, Alternate 2, Junior Red Cross 2, As- sembly Committee l, Social Commit- tee 2, Service Committee 3, Secretary 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Ethics Committee 4, Student Council Treas- urer 4, Executive Committee 4, Girls' Glee Club l,2, GAA l-4, GAA Board l-4, Chairman 4, Point Committee l, Sccial Committee 2, Tennis Manager 3, Softball 2,3, Hockey 2-4, Basket- ball I-4, Volleyball l,3, Varsity 3, Busy Brushes l-3, Pep Club l-4, So- cial Committee 3, Executive Board 4, Cheerleader 4, CREST Maid 4, Senior Committee, National Honor Society 4 VERNON KEEVEN "He is quiet, gentle, and unassum- ing." SUSAN MAHONEY "We'lI remember Sue through all our days, Because cf her sweet and gracious ways." Student Council Representative 35 Ed- ucation Committee l5 Election Com- mittee 25 Assembly Committee 35 For- eign Relations Committee 354, Chair- man 4, NASC Secretaries Committee 35 Executive Committee 4, National Thespian Society l-4, President 45 Stage Crew l-45 "Years Ago" l5 "An- tigone" 25 "Onions in the Stew" 35 Dramatics Guild l-45 Choir l,25 Girls' Glee Club l,35 Ensemble l,25 Girls' Sextet lg County Chorus l5 GAA l-45 Basketball l,25 Volleyball l,2, Volley- ball Varsity 25 American Field Service Exchange Student Summer Program 45 lnter-Club Council 45 Pep Club l-4, Point Committee l,35 T-I3 l,25 Scoop 3,45 National Honor Society 3, 4' Oilill Scroll 4 rn MICHAEL KlLMER "Slow and easy--never a care, Time and minutes--plenty to spare." Q gi, . sift. f .. - ,SVN ff f 1 1 . , , in Ry' MELANIE MARSHALL "lf Melanie does it, You know the iob's done right." Social Committee l5 Publicity Commit- tee 25 Assembly Committee 3, Elec- tion Committee 45 Welcoming Com- mittee l,25 Student Council Repre- sentative l,25 NASC Housing Com- mittee 35 Prom Committee 35 Stand- ard Ring Committee 25 Junior Ring Committee 3, Chairman 35 Orchestra l-45 All-County Orchestra l-35 GAA l-4, Hockey 45 National Honor So- ciety 3,4, Honors Day 35 Debate Club l,25 Riding Club 25 Sophomore Pil- grimage 25 First Aid Assistant 25 Pep Club l,35 Decoration Committee l5 Transportation Committee 2. LINDA MAZE "Gosh, I love Sports." Service Committee 2,35 Choir 2,35 G AA l-4, GAA Board 45 Basketball l- 45 Varsity 2-45 Manager 45 Softball 2,35 Hockey 2-45 Volleyball l-3, Var- sity 2,3, Manager 35 Office Assistant 45 National Honor Society 4, Ni Seniors SHARON LUEBBERT "A friend indeed, in time of need." F T.A. 2. JONATHON KILLMER "Through sunshine and rain, He's always the same." Service Committee 45 NASC Souvenirs and Packets Committee 35 Bond l-45 Orchestra l-45 Wrestling l-35 Foot- ball l5 Track l-3. DONNA MANGRUM "A natural girl with a sweet smile." Safety Committee 45 Girls' Glee Club 35 GAA l-45 Pep Club 2-45 National Honor Society 4. CLIFFORD KIRBY "A likeable fellow with a grin, Who thinks that play is never a sin." Service Committee 2,45 Band l-45 Or- chestra l-4. GEORGE KNITTEL 'That twinkle in his eyes spells mis- chief." NASC Transportation Committee 35 Intramural Basketball 4. 53 Seniors DONALD KRUPP "Real worth speaks for itself." DIANE MC CULLOUGH "A personality that speaks for itself." Publicity Committee l5 Election Com- mittee 35 Public Relations Committee 45 NASC Flowers Committee 3, Chair- man 35 "Our Town" 45 "Death Takes a Holiday" 45 Dramatics Guild 2-45 National Thespian Society 45 Choir 2- 4, Business Manager 3, President 45 Girls' Glee Club l-45 Ensemble 2-45 "Amahl and the Night Visitors" 35 Girls' Ensemble 45 Girls' Sextette 2,35 Girls' Double Quartet 45 GAA l,2,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Pep Club l-4, Point Committee 3,4, Chairman 45 Busy Brushes 25 Pep Club Home- coming Committee 4. KENNETH LANG "With his calm and deliberate way, Ken will attain success someday." Roosevelt High School l-35 Safety Committee 4. KATHERINE MEINERS "Generally speaking, she's generally speaking." NASC Faculty Lounge Committee 35 Stage Crew 35 GAA I-45 Little League Basketball, Pep Club l-45 Riding Club 3. RONALD LATTA "The quantity may be small, But the quality is big." Student Council Alternate l, Educa- tion Committee 45 NASC Publicity Committee 35 SCOOP Staff 4. MARLYN MC CANCE "Happiness is my password." Busy Brushes 3, First Aid Assistant 4. NORMAN KRUTZMAN "His company brightens up the place, His absence leaves an empty space." Orchestra l-4, All-County Orchestra l,35 Football 2-4. Radio Club 2. ROSEMARY MEADOR "Fashioned so slenderly, young, and so fair." Student Council Representative 45 Ed- ucation Committee 35 Ethics Commit- tee 4, Secretary 45 Inter-Club Council 4, Pep Club l-45 Busy Brushes 2-45 Modern Dance 2. BARBARA MELTON "A lady she is in all her ways, She wore a smile thru all her school days." Kirkwood High School l,25 Assembly Committee 35 Foreign Relations Com- mittee 45 NASC Ticket Sales Commit- tee 35 Dramatics Guild 45 Stage Crew 45 Girls' Glee Club 45 GAA l, Hock- ey 45 Little League Softboll5 Pep Club 3,4, Social Committee 4, Secretary 45 Homecoming Committee 3,45 SCOOP 4, Busy Brushes 45 Office Assistant 45 Quill 8- Scroll 4 JANE MESNIER "True, she leads the school in giving cheer, But that is only part of her leading career." Student Council Representative l-35 Assembly Committee l5 Social Com- mittee 25 Welcoming Committee 35 Safety Committee 3,4, Secretary 45 NASC Delegate 35 GAA l-45 GAA Board 2,45 Hockey 2-4, Co-Manager 25 All-Star 35 Basketball l-45 Softball l-35 Volleyball l,25 Social Committee 4, Pep Club l-4, Secretary 45 Social Committee 35 Cheerleader 4, Secre- tory 45 Executive Board 45 Busy Brush- es I-45 CREST Maid 4. GERALD LUEBBERT "He never says much, but he thinks a lot," Intramural Basketball 2-4, Intramural Soccer 2,4. SHARON MOLONEY "Quiet and self-composed, What she thinks, nobody knows." Service Committee 2, Choir l-4, Girls' Glee Club l-4, Ensemble l, GAA l-4, Busy Brushes 3, Pep Club l-4. DONALD MASON "ln basketball he does excell, All his friends wish him well." Football 2, Tennis l-4, Basketball l- 4, National Honor Society 4. KAY MOYERS "She's nice ta walk with, friendly to talk with." Bardwell High School l-3. DONALD MOORE "A smooth, easy-going guy." Ritenour High School l,2, Band 45 Wrestling 4. -A 'J' te' Seniors ANNETTE MILLER "Quiet, serene, and pretty, too, The likes of her there are but few.' Fairview High School l, Choir 2-4, ARTHUR MARTIN "--but he had a good time." ANNETTE MOROTZ "Full of snap and pep and zest, Annette never has a moment's rest." F,T,A. 4. JOHN MOONEY "When there's nothing else to da, l Study." Football l,2,4. ROSE ANN MUCKLE "Her smile is gay, As a warm summer day," St. Thomas Aquinas High School l, GAA 2-4, Softball 35 Tennis 2-4, Lit- tle League Basketball, Little League Volleyball, Pep Club 2-4, Busy Brush- es 4. 55 Seniors DAVID MORGAN "He who has ability finds his place." Central High School I, Band 2-4, Wrestling 3,4, Intramural Basketball 2. DOROTHY NASH "A happy girl and very QOY, She always has something nice to say." Pattanville High School I, GAA 2-4, Point Committee 2, Volleyball Varsity 2, Basketball 2, Softball 2 PAUL MUELLER "Once you know him, you will say, He's a guy who's quite O.K." SHARON NICHOLS "Can't help liking her," Service Committee I, Chair I, GAA 3, Little League Hack y, Little League Basketball, Pep Clu 3, CgLop,4, L Prom Committee 3. 1 W. f f ' L L 4 L 4' ' L ' C , l- ' If if I l ITF I ' L 6 V! ' ' Q Y 41' LV 1 ' Egfr r I I L Q 1 V 'fx L-L, IX ks l L K WILLIAM EMC INTOSH Normandy High School I,2, Bays' Glee Club 3, Intramural Basketball 3 kit 'Kiwi Swim :gi-f JUDITH MC ARDLE "Her heart is young and gay, May it always remain that way." GAA l-4. RICHARD MORGAN "Outstanding qualities make an out- standing person." Welcoming Committee I, Prom Com- mittee 3, Ethics Committee 2, NASC Student Lounge Committee 3, Stand- ard Ring Committee 3, Social Com- mittee 4, Choir I-4, Ensemble I-4, Boys' Glee Club I-4, Bays' Quartet 2- 4, County Chorus 2,3, Football I-4, Varsity 2-4, Captain 4, Basketball l- 4, Varsity 3,4, Captain 4, Baseball I-4, Varsity 3,4, Homecoming Escort 2,4, Pep Club 3,4, GAA Honorary Member, CREST Escort 4, Senior Com- mittee 4, Chairman 4, National Hon- or Society 4. JANA LEE NASH "I love sports of any sort." Social Committee 4, GAA I-4, GAA Board 3,4, Softball Varsity 2-4, Hock- ey 3,4, All-Star Hockey 3, Basketball 4, Volleyball l-3, Softball Manager 3, Track Manager 4, Bowling Club 4, Rifle Club 2,3, High School Honors Day 3, National Honor Society 3,4, STEPHEN MYERS "Sometimes smiling, sometimes seri- ous, But always friendly." Football I-4, Varsity 3,45 Wrestling 3,-1, Baseball l,2. LAURIE NIENABER "We are charmed by neatness " Election Committee 2,3, Education Committee 4, Choir I-4, Secretory 4, Ensemble l,4, "Amahl and the Night Visitors" 3, Girls' Glee Club 2,3, Sec- 'etary 3, Pep Club l-4, Decoration Committee l, Publicity Committee 2- 4, Transportation Committee 3, Home :oming Program Committee 3,4, GAA I-4, First Aid Assistant 3, Busy Brushes 3, NASC Meeting Rooms Committee 3. ROBERT NEEL "Capable, popular, gust, and fair, This chap is found in the President's Chair." Assembly Committee 3, Student Coun- cil Representative 3,4, Student Coun- cil President 4, Executive Committee 4, Chairman 4, NASC Transportation Committee 3, NASC Talent Show 3: Community Committee for Foreign Exchange Students 4, "Our Town" 4, "Amohl and the Night Visitors" 3, Choir l-4, Ensemble l-4, Boys' Glee Club l-4, Boys' Quartet l-4, Mixed Quartet 2, County Chorus 2-4, lntrc- mural Basketball l-4, National Honor Society 3,4, Prom Committee 3, Peo Club 2,4, CREST Escort 4 ETHEL MAE ONSTOTT "Tall, trim, and full of fun, Ethel is surely a happy cnef' "The Curious Savage" 3, GAA l-3, Litt.e League Basketball 3, Protection Club 2,3, Bowling Club 3, Co-op 4 RAYMOND OLSON "Hes seen, but seldom heard." Service Committee 4, NASC Mainten- ance Committee 3, Boys' Glee Club l-3, Intramural Soccer 2-4, Tennis 3, lntramural Basketball 2, Bowling Club l, Automobile Club 4, Secretary 4, Pep Club l-2, Astronomy Club 3. PAMELA PELTON "Soft brown hair, friendly eyes, Wonder where the future lies." Beaumont High School l-2, Choir 3, 4, GAA 3,4, Volleyball 3, Girls' Glee Club 4, "Death Takes a Holiday" 4, WILLIAM PAPE "He has a serious and a humorous side, We admire them both," Track l, Wrestling 4, Intramural Bas- ketball l-3, lntramural Soccer l-3, Tennis 3,4. sc, X T' "Bri Seniors REBECCA LYNNE OBERLE "She has a way about her that makes her stand out," Service Committee l, Social Commit- tee 4, NASC Souvenir and Packet Committee 3, Secretary 3, Girls' Glee glub l,2, Pep Club 2, Busy Brushes ,4, ARTHUR OCKEL "Stand aside all great men, Here comes another." Normandy High School l, Service Committee 3, Student Council Repre- sentative 3, Baseball 2,3, Varsity 3, lntramural Basketball 2,3, lntramural Soccer 3,4, Bowling Club 4, National Honor Society 3,4, BETTE PARKER "5he's o girl that's very sweet, And we think she can't be beat," Girls' Glee Club 2-4, Ensemble 3,4, Choir 3,4, County Chorus 3.4. NOEL ORELL "Worry kills men--why die?" Social Committee 4, NASC Baggage and Checkroom Committee 3, Co- Chairman 3, NASC Transportation Committee 3, Track l-3, Football l- 4, Intramural Basketball l-4, Pep Club 4, VERDELLE PERRY "Her twinkling eyes to you declare, A merry heart is surely there." Girls' Glee Club l, NASC Faculty Lounge Committee 3, NASC Student Lounge Committee 3, Choir 3. Seniors PAUL PARSON "He is a bay with an aim, As a man he'II win fame." Crest Escort 4. LYNETTE PONT "Ever quiet, ever true, Moy life always be good to you. GAA l. JAY PETREA "Modest men are tops." Election Committee 25 Social Commit- tee 25 Choir l-45 Boys' Glee Club l-35 Mixed Ensemble l-45 County Chorus 2-45 Football I-3, Varsity 35 Track l-45 Intramural Basketball l,2. GERTRUDE RANEY "There's never a dull moment, When Gertie's around." Student Council Representative 2,45 Safety Committee 25 Election Commit- tee 45 NASC Information and Hospi- tality Committee 35 Dramatics Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 2-45 GAA l-45 Pep Club 2-4, Transportation Committee 3, 45 Bowling Club l. PAUL RAIDT "Tall and every inch good naturedf' Interclub Council 45 Track l5 Basket- ball l, Intramural Basketball 3,45 ln- tramural Soccer 3,45 Debate Club 2-4, President 3,45 National Honor Society 14 .ui PATRICIA PIECHOCINSKI "Ready and willing to perform a task, Now what more could anyone ask?" GAA 3,45 Busy Brushes 4. LARRY PEIMANN "Students like him are hard to find, Steady, noble, willing, and kind." Student Council Representative 35 Student Council Executive Committee 4, SOfe1y Committee 3,45 Chairman 45 Intramural Soccer 2-45 Rifle Club 45 Auto Club 45 National Honor So- Clefy 4. WANDA RAMEY "Live and let live." MICHAEL POLIVICK "lf silence were golden, l"le'd own Fart Knox." BEVERLY RHOADES "A big bubble of happiness." NASC Cafeteria Committee 35 Girls' Glee Club l,2, GAA I-45 Bqgkefboll l,2,4, Volleyball I5 Softball I5 Pep Club l,3,4, Protection Club 25 Bgwl. ing Club 4. RICHARD REINHOLZ "There comes o man af leisure." Beaumont High School l,25 Band 3, 45 Wrestling 3, Football 4. SHIRLEY ROBINSON "Quiet and reserved, Who are we Trying to kid?" Student Council Alternate l5 Educa' tion Committee 3, Social Committee 45 NASC Student Lounge Committee 35 NASC Information and Hospitality Committee 3, Ensemble 45 Girls' Glee Club l,2, Choir 3,45 "Amohl and the Night Visitors" 3, GAA 3, Softball 35 Pep Club l-45 Homecoming Maid 45 Homecoming Program Committee 3,45 Nominations Committee 25 Busy Brushes 2,3. GILBERT REYNOLDS "Wisdom, wit, and winning ways make him welcome." Student Council Representative 45 Service Committee 4, Chairman 45 NASC Baggage and Cloakroom Com- mittee 35 Executive Committee 4, "Our Town" 45 Band I-45 Orchestra IV35 Football l-25 Track 25 Intramural Basketball 25 Proiection Club I-45 CREST Coronation Master of Cere- monies, 45 Pep Club 2-45 National Honor Societv 4. PHYLLIS RYAN "Her cheery smile and lively talk, VVill win her friends along Iife's walk." ALAN ROBINSON "Live, Gnd let live." Intramural Basketball 2,45 Intramural Soccer 2,45 Baseball 2, Notre Dame High School l5 West Corrina High School 3. K W? R 5 I Seniors PATRICIA RIVERA "Pat is quiet, there's no doubt, We seldom hear her laugh and shout." NASC Meeting Rooms Committee 35 Stage Crew 2,35 Girls' Glee Club l,25 GAA l-45 Volleyball Varsity 35 Pep Club 2-45 Office Assistant 3,4, MICHAEL REPP "A moan, o groan, and his man is pinned." Ethics Committee 35 NASC Transpor- tation Committee 35 Football I-4, Varsity 3,45 Wrestling I-4, Captain 45 Baseball l-4, Varsity 354. BARBARA ROI-INE "ln the Hall of Fame Someday we'll see Barbora's name." Education Committee 45 NASC Audi- torium Committee 3, Girls' Glee Club 45 GAA I5 Creative Writing Club 2-4, Secretary 45 F.T.A. l-4, Historian 45 First Aid Assistant 3,45 Latin Club 25 Conversation Club 25 Debate Club 3, lnterclub Council 4. STANLEY RIES "l-lis winning personality speaks for it- self." Service Committee 2, Safety Commit- tee 35 Standard Ring Committee 35 Welcoming Committee 35 Election Committee 45 Band I-35 Orchestra 2, NASC Transportation Committee 3, Projection Club l525 Pep Club 2,35 Track I-45 Intramural Basketball 45 Football 2-4, Varsity 3,4. JANICE SADOWSKI "Kind words never wear out the tongue." GAA l-35 Softball 3, Varsity 35 Vol- leyball l-35 Basketball 2,35 Little League Hockey5 Co-up 4, 59 Senio rs RICHARD RUNGE "Quiet, hard-working, and liked by all." Service Committee 4, NASC Audi' torium Committee 3, Band l-4, Or- chestra 2-4, Wrestling 3, Tennis 3,4, lntramural Soccer 4, Proiection Club l,2, Astronomy Club 3, MARY ELLEN SCHMII I "She sets her goal high and achieves it." SOldOr1 High School l, NASC Writing Room 3, NASC First Aid 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, GAA l-4, GAA Board 3,4, Volleyball l,3, Manager 4, Softball 2-4, Varsity 3,4, Hockey 2-4, Captain 3, Varsity 4, Basketball 2'4, Varsity Manager 3, Varsity 4, Track 2-4, Manager 3, Minor Sports 4, Pep Club 4, Homecoming Committee 4, Rifle Club 2,3, EDWARD RUTLEDGE "Nothing was ever achieved without enthusiasm " NASC Information and Hospitality Committee 3, Social Committee 4, Rifle Club 2, Proiection Club l,2, Busy Brushes 4, Pep Club 3, Teenage Book Club 2,3, Wrestling l,2, Tennis 2. PATSY SMITH "Here's a friend that's really true, One who will always remain with you." ROGER SCHEPPERS "Take care of todav, And tomorrow will take care af itself ' NASC Information and Hospitality Committee 3 . 17" fl N. 'wg T' ' 4 'Q 1 1 '15, if-' 3 5 SHARON SCARPACE "The best part ot school is the end ' STEPHEN RUSNACK "Moving along life's sunny way, Catching new ioys day by day." Boys' Glee Club 3, Baseball 2,3, Var- sity 3, Intramural Basketball 4, Rifle Club 2,3, LYNNE SCHULER "Pretty as a picture and a nice frame too," National Honor Society 4, DENNIS SCHAEFER "Wherever he goes, l1e'll always have friends " Football lf3, Basketball l,2, Varsity 2 ROSE SMITH 'Rose is both sincere and sweet, One of the nicest vaull ever meet " Central High School l,2, Band 3, Bowling Club 4 WILLIAM SCHMIDT "A friend and a gentleman, What more can we say," Football 2-4, Varsity 3,45 Varsity Wrestling I-45 Co-op 4. MARILYN STARK "Livef Livel Livelu Mercy High School I5 Ensemble 35 Girls' Glee Club 45 County Chorus 35 Choir 3,45 GAA 3,45 Varsity Softball 3,45 Volleyball 35 Hockey 35 Little League Basketball 3, DONALD SEITZ "Happy-govlucky, he brightens the way." Wrestling 35 Projection Club l,2, JOAN STRAIN She's a little lady with lots of pep." Beaumont High School I5 GAA 35 Co- op 4. CHARLES SLADE "What's wrong with easy living?" Bowling Club I5 Rifle Club l-45 Vice- President 3, President 4A 4 L Wipr A V , w ggo if 'Ui Q f 5 1 ,f, i 'll ina ,AL -Q M-r X X' 5:.',,,v K D xvik W3 f Y' W- Q Seniors JEANNE SNEED "Nice to everyone she meets," Student Council Representative 45 Service Committee 45 Stage Crew 25 Girls' Glee Club l,25 GAA I-45 Little League Volleyball5 Little League Bas- ketball, Minor Sports 35 Pep Club l-45 Nominations Committee 45 First Aid Assistant 25 Guidance Office Assistant 45 NASC Ticket Sales Committee 3, CO-Chairman 3, NASC Cafeteria Com- mittee 3. HILBERT SCHOENINGER "Deep his voice, average his stature, With all a happy-go-lucky nature." Assembly Committee 35 Social Com- mittee 45 Football l,25 Basketball l, 25 Wrestling 35 Tennis l-4, IRMA STILTS "Don't let her size fool you." NASC Writing Room Committee 35 GAA 3545 Pep Club 4. BRADLEY SKEEN "Always easy-going, But he gets there lust the same." Election Committee 25 Bowling Club l. BEVERLY TATE "This friendly girl has a friendly smile." GAA l-35 Softball l5 Basketball I5 Busy Brushes 2. 61 Seniors ROBERT SNYDER "A happy lad with a winning way " BARBARA THOMPSON "She's cheerful and gay, Chasing troubles away." Pep Club 3. DEAN SPAULDING "A truer friend cannot be found, You can't be sad when Deon's around." Prom Committee 3, Education Com- mittee 3,4, Band l-3, Orchestra l,2, Football l-4, Varsity 3,4, Basketball l,2, Wrestling 3, Baseball 2-4, Var- sity 3,4. SANDRA TOOLEY "The halls will echo her laughter." GAA l-4, Basketball lg Protection Club 2-4, Pep Club l,2. JAMES STARK "l-le can work with the busiest, And laugh with the yclliest " Ethics Committee 3, Election Ccmmit- tee 4, NASC Baggage and Checkrocm Committee 3, NASC Ticket Soles Committee 3, intramural Basketball l,4, Intramural Soccer 4, Track l-3, National l-lancr Society 4 62 I x-fs. u ,.w. 'ts ff f .XF-7+ 1 L '1'- '., ,mf H., Q a 4... fx S-P' x x P . 'U' 5 -3 CSX ETHEL LOUISE TAYLOR "A welcome addition ta Ferguson High." Co-op A. RONALD SONDEREGGER "To friends and pals he's very true, Respect and honor are his due " NASC Transportation Committee 3, Football l-4, Varsity 3,4, Sophomore Basketball Manager 2, Intramural Basketball 4, Tennis 2 CAROL TILLEY "A quiet miss, yet cheerful, too, Maids like her are very few." Student Council Representative lj Service Committee l, GAA 3,4, Pea Club 3,4, Point Committee 3, Home- coming Parade Committee 4, Riding Club 3,4. RICHARD STANFIELD "There is charm in simplicity." NASC Transportation Committee 3, NASC Housing Committee 3, Social Committee 2, Choir 4, Baseball l-4, Varsity 2-4, Football l-4, Varsity 2-4, Basketball l-3, Varsity 3, Wrestling 2-4, Peo Club 3,4, Homecoming Es- cort A JO ANN UMFLEET A pleasing smile lasts Quite a while' Co-op 4 THOMAS STARK "Get out of the way, Tom is coming, And when he gets here, things will be hummingf' Service Committee 3,4, NASC Trans- portation Committee 3, Track l-3, Intramural Soccer 4, Intramural BOS- ketball l,4, National Honor Society 4. BARBARA WAGNER "Earnest, sincere, straight-forward is she." Riverside High School, Wisconsin l-3, Social Committee 4, Busy Brushes 4. RICHARD STEINKAMP "Nice to know." NASC lnformation and Hospitality Committee 3, Choir 2-42 BOYS' Glee Club 2, Sophomore Baseball Manager 2, Football 2, Automobile Club 4. Vice-President 4. SHARON WEBER "Here-'s a friend that's really true, One who'll always remain with you." Greenwood High School, Greenwood, Indiana l,2, Dramatics Guild 4, Pep Club 3, Bowling Club 3, Guidance Of- fice Assistant 4. DONALD STRAUSER "His ways are quiet, But silence is eloquent." Student Council Representative 4, NA SC Ticket Sales Committee 3, Boys' Glee Club 2, Intramural Basketball 3. Seniors PHYLLIS VON BEHREN "She doesn't waste words, She makes them count." Education Committee 4, GAA l,2,4, Little League Basketball I, Pep Club l-3, Point Committee l,2, First Aid Assistant 3, Protection Club 2,3, Li- brary Assistant 4, Co-ap 4. NICK STEGlNG "Amibition is the germ from which ali growth of nobleness proceeds." Progection Club l,2, Radio Club 2-4, President 4, lnter-club Council 4. NORMA WAHL "Norma is the athletic sort, She merits credit in any sport." Education Committee 2, Dramatics Guild l, Girls' Glee Club l,2, Pep Club l-4, Modern Dance 2, Guidance Office Assistant 4, Library Assistant 3, Office Assistant 4, GAA l-4, Vol- leyball Manager 3, GAA Vice-Presi- dent 4, Volleyball l-3, Varsity 2,3, Baseball 2-4, Varsity 2-4, Basketball 2-4, Varsity 2,3, Hockey 2-4, Varsity 2-4, GAA Board 3,4, Homecoming Queen 4. HAROLD STEINMANN "A cheerful guy with shining eyes, With the best sense of humor under the skies." Social Committee 3,4, Chairman 4, NASC Banquet and Dance Committee 3, NASC Ticket Sales Committee 3, Executive Committee 4, Band l,2, Track Manager 3, CREST Escort 4. BARBARA WEIR "She enioys life at all times." NASC Faculty Lounge Committee 3, Library Assistant 2, Co-op 4. 63 Seniors WILLIAM STYMIEST "l've given this school the best years Of my life," Intramural Soccer 4 ROSEMARY WERMKE "A lovely girl, pleasant and sweet, Congenial, gentle, and discreet," Student Council Alternate 2, Repre- sentative 3, Service Committee 2, Election Committee 3,4, Secretary 3, 4, NASC Wruting Rccm Committee 3, Chairman 3, Stage Crew 2,3, National Thespian Society 3,4, Secretary 4, Choir I-4, Mixed Ensemble I-4, Girls' Glee Club I-4, County Chorus 2, Girls' Sextet 2, "Ar'nahI and the Night Visi- tors" 3, GAA I-4, Basketball l,2, G AA Board 3,4, Paint Committee 3, GAA Treasurer 4, Peo Club I-4, Transportation Committee I, Point Committee 2, Publicity Committee 3, Crest Stafl 3,4, Co-Editor 4, Busy Brushes 2,3, Secretary 3, National Honor Society 3,4, Crest Maid 4, Prom Committee Assistant 3, Quill and Scroll 4. RONALD SLJTTMOELLER "The man is richest who finds pleas- ure ID simple things." Bowling Club 2, JEAN WHITE "Her happiness is contagious " Choir 2,3, Mixed Ensemble I-3, Girls' Glee Club 3, County Chorus 3, GAA I-4, Basketball I, Softball I, Hockey 2,3, Little League Softball 2, Basket- ball 2,3, Rifle Club I-4, Secretary 2- 4, Protection Club I-4, Secretary 4, Radio Club 2 JERRELL TINDALL "Some like to hase a lot at lun, And Jerry was always such a one," Band I-4, Astronomy Club 2,3, Fact- ball l,2, Wrestling 3,4 if' I CAROLYN WEISS "Always ready to do her part " Brentwood High Schocl I, Assembly Ccmmrttee 3, NASC Audio-Visual Committee 3, Chairman 3, Dramatics 3,4, Stage Crew 2-4, Bowling Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, GAA 2-4, Softball 3, Little League Softball 3,4, Basketball 3,4, Volleyball 3,4, Rifle Club 4, Radio Club 2, Protection Club 2-4, F. T A 4, National Honor Society 4 GEORGE SUTTER 'Easy tc like, easy to know, A likeable boy, always on the gc " ntrarnural Basketball I,3,4, Intra- rnural Soccer 4, Bcwling Club l-A CHRISTINE WHITE "A bit of fun, a bit of thought, A lat of pleasure from lite she sought." De Andreis High School I-3 ROBERT TAYLOR "No hurry, no worry, Just life as it comes." Band l-4 CAROLYN WILDEISEN "Always ready to help it seems, Swe is full of life, yet full of dreams." Girls' Glee Club 2-4, GAA 2-4, Hock- rfy 4, Pep Club 2-4, Homecoming Pa- rade Committee 4, Riding Club 45 NA SC Cafeteria Committee 3, Ritenaui Hugh School I. JOHN WALZ "Let us enjoy life while we can." Track l-3, Co-op 4 KAY WlLMES "Her friends find her ever ioyaus and Smiling." St, Thomas Aquinas High School l-3, Softball 4, GAA 4, Little League Bas- ketball 4, FRED WEISSENBORN Always cheerful is this lad," itramural Soccer 3,4, CAROL YENNY "Sure to find her place in life." GAA l-3, Little League Volleyball, Little League Basketball, Little League Baseball, Riding Club l, CO-op 4. BERT WENCKER "Easy to like, easy to know, likeable bay, always on the go." McBride High School l,2, Orchestra 3. X , f 'f 4 ' 4 -.1 1. .la M1 ggff. f xii' ng Seniors GLORIA WILLIAMS "Although quiet and not loud, Her winning ways are many," Assembly Committee 3, Student Coun- cil Representative 3, NASC Souvenirs and Packets Committee 3, Girls' Glee Club l-3, GAA 2-4, Pep Club 2.4, Homecoming Committee 3. FRED WATKlNS "A boy with an aim, As a man he'll win fame." Election Committee 3, Ethics Commit- tee 4, Choir 2-4, Boys' Glee Club 2-3, Boys' Quartet 2-4, Mixed Quartet 2, Ensemble 2-4, County Chorus 3,4, Football l,2, Track l-3, JUDITH WILSON Judy is like a cheerful song, Cheerful and happy all day long." NASC Communications Committee 3, "Our Town" 4, Stage Crew l, Dro- matics Guild 4, Choir 3, "Arnahl and the Night Visitors" 3, GAA 2-4, Vol- leyball 3, Pep Club l-4, Office As- sistant 4. JERRY WELSH "lt's easier to smile than to frown." LOLA YOUNG "A smiling face, A charming girl," Watson High School, Watson, Arkan- sas l-3, GAA 4, Basketball 4, Rifle Club 4, Junior Achievement 4. 65 Sen no rs WILLIAM WIESE I newer trouble trouble Tull trouble troubles rne 'YW JERRY YATES V ruety s the sauce of lute BETTY ZUROWESTE Always smulung full of humor Thus gal us great thats no rumor Student Councul Representative Publucuty Comrnuttee 4 GAA 4 Pep Club 2 4 Bowling Club 4 EARL ZIMMER Of hum I wull make thus admtssuon He has a fruendly dusposutuon 66 -,v uv 177 ik RONALD WILLMAN He v-ha has abuluty funds has place ERIKA ZAETSCH It us not often that you fund A person wuth sweetness and brauns combuned Educatuon Commuttee 3 4 NASC Au dutoruum Comrnuttee 3 Secretary 3 NASC Art Publucutu Commuttee 3 Gurls Glee Club 3 GAA 3 F TA I4 Presudent 4 Latun Club 2 Converso tuon Club 2 Raduo Club 2 Treasurer 2 Creotuve Wrutung Club 2 4 N tuonal Honor Socuety 34 Secretary Treasurer 4 Hugh School Honors Day 3 Prouectuon Club 3 4 Offuce Asstst ant 3 Debate Club 3 SCOOP Staff Inter Club Councul 4 uull 8- Scroll 4 DAVID YORG unet easy goun Well worth knowtn Baseball l24 Varsuty 4 Wrestlung l Basketball 2 Intramural Basketball RUTH BOSWELL She s true to her work Her word and her fruends DAVID BRUMLEVE "l'm not lazy, Just tull of Iuttle rests " Mehlvulle Hugh Schocl l-3 Semors Wuth No Pzctures KENNETH ANDERSON The master of any sutuatuon Soldan Hugh School I 3 Track 4 JUDITH ADAMS Gracuous un manner loyal to fruends JAMES BERNSEN A grand good pal un ways no end St Thomas Hugh School Wrestlung Manager Bowlung Club 3 4 Prouectuon Club 3 4 SUSAN ADAMS Her fruends are made to last As Sue us unsurpassed RONALD BOSCH Hus ways are Teasung Normandy Hugh School I 2 Football 4 Wrestlung HELEN ALWOOD Nothung us umpossuble To a wullung heart RANDOLPH BARTAREAU Among our memorues hell take hus place Ever present hus smulung face NASC Transportatuon Commuttee 4 Dramatucs 4 Football 4 JANE BARNETT Wuth a fruendly smule She goes her way Antugone 2 The Curuous Savage 3 Pep Club 2 Prouectuon Club 2 Pom Pom Corps KACY COLLEWA uuetly he went hus way Always busy every day BARBARA BECK Always smulung always fruendly Servuce Commuttee I Pep Club I JEROME BROWN At every task he does hus best St Marys Hugh School I 3 MARILYN BLACKWELL Happy meduum of fun and work Bowlung Club I Guudance Offuce 3 4 Lubrary 2 Co op 4 PAUL CHILTON Quuet people are welcomed everywhere MARY JANE BOYLE Beung cheerful us her way JERRY DANIELS Once a fruend a fruend to stay Publucuty Commuttee I Student Councu epresen tatuve I THERESA CACCIABANDO She has a fruendly dusposutuon JAMES DENNY If you re un need of a loyal fruend Here us one we recommend Football I4 Track I2 PATRICIA CARLSON A smule for all JAMES EDMONDS Hes a regular fellow Intramural Basketball 3 4 Intramural Soccer 3 4 Mercy Hugh School I 2 JOAN CASEY Here s a fruend that s really true Student Councul 3 Volleyball 3 GAA 3 Natuonal RONALD FARVER He never shurks never worrues He never flunks never hurrues The Curuous Savage 3 Harvey 4 Chour I Ensemble 2 Boys Glee Club 2 County Chorus 2 Co op 4 JANET CHAMBERS A true fruend to all PHILLIP HOLZBAUR Everythung comes to one who wauts Valparauso Hugh School I 3 Junuor Achuevement 4 BARBARA FRONCKEWICZ A smule that raduates fruendluness St Thomas Aquunas Hugh School I PAUL JOHNSON Worry Iuttle study less Pauls udea of happuness RONALD KOHNEN Lets take lute easy St Thomas Aquunas I 3 Coop 4 67 . 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' , ' , Senwrs With THOMAS LOOBY A person to be relied on MARY BETH GITTEMEIER She funds happiness through activity ROY MAULL A pleasant lad us he Our Town 4 Stage Crew 3 Football 4 T ROCIIO Club 3 4 JANET HAMILTON A good sport and lots of fun DALE MENNER Let us enuoy Iufe while we CON St Thomas Aquinas I3 WFeSfI'nQ 4 Achievement 4 MARY ELLEN HIZER Her smile us welcomed everywhere And she ranks hugh among the ICJIV Our Town 4 Stage Crew 4 Chour I HAROLD MERTELL At every task he does his best Laboure Hugh School I 2 EDWARD MILLER A youth of quiet ways Bowlung Club 2 3 JACQUELYN HUG Kind words never wear out the tongue Riverview Hugh School I 3 NORMAN MORELAND Deliberate calm and free from care is he KAY MOORE A quiet miss yet cheerful too Maids like her are very few Our Town 4 GAA I3 Rufl Club ROBERT NICK A bundle of good nOtUfe TIM O BRIEN Hus loyalty shows character wuthun NASC Transportation Committee 3 FOOT ager I Pep Club I 68 rack 2 Junior Amahl N0 Pwtures PAUL OSBORN Live and let luve Coop 4 PARTICIA RUSHING Always pleasant always cheerful Of Pats future we re not fearful Harrusburg Hugh School Harrusburg unous GERALD TAYLOR As pleasant a schoolmate as one could fund CAROL SUTTON Charming and sincere year un and year ou Beaumont Hugh School I 3 ALLEN TIMME uuet hard working and liked by all SUSAN TOWERS Sweet personality full of rascaluty taruo Canada I 3 Modern Dance Club 4 RONALD WESSEL He never says much but he thinks a lot Chour I Football 2 3 Basketball I 3 Baseball I 4 Varsity I 4 Prom Committee 3 National Honor Society 34 Presudent 4 Bowlung Club I CREST Escort 4 SHIRLEY WILLIAMS She bubbles over wuth talk and Iufe OLIVER WESSEL You never get duzzy doing good turns for others JOAN YANLY Wherever she goes shell always have fruends FRANK WOOD A man of few words Crystal Cuty Hugh School Crystal Cuty Mo I Intramural Soccer 4 DONALD TAYLOR ball Mon I don t know where Im gouna But lm on my way I I O ,, I I I I ll 11 - ll ' ,, ,, , ' 4 . . ' , ' , Ill' ' I-3. 1 I ' ' , . If - fi H " ll - - . I tw: ll ' ' Il r . ' - Q ' 2 "Q ' ' - ll I - 1 - ll ' ' I . - 11 11 fi ' . fl 11 . I - -11 and the Night Visitors" 35 Ensemble 2- Orangeville District High School, Orangeville, On- , ' I , I, . ll I I A 11 . ,, I . 2 ' J - , ' I 4 1 1 f I Il ' All . . . - ' H . , H ll ' I A I Il ll u . -Il " I ' ll 11 - ' 1 - , , ,, ,, I Y 2 - e 2 Il If lu " I I I I 11 - ' ' H . ' ll 1 , . I I II -I 4-5 Duh, who me-9 'Q 0 +--.,.,, xx Jonesy ploymg with fure vo, Fotsf 4 ., r 4.- ,,, fi Q. . ' Beauty ond the beosff Our ullustruous leader? ophomorvs i DQ! Front Row Kathy Ryan Carol Waller Bcnnye Reopel Raselta Strothman Pat Jost Joy Maetler Ahce Brentenbach Mary Hasty Ltnda Backrnan Second Row Jnrn Kcap Jerry Amelnng John Sonderegger Ralph Constanttne Gary Frost Bull Chat taway Jerry Wedernener Ron Kraft Bob Cctfman Thurd Row Bti! Learn Ralph Wnseman Jchn Patterson Robert Spnllen kothen Ken Buerrnann Rtchard Trarnpe Bull Gaston Edward Dernsky Rtchard McCarthy lvl' 7 ww 1' f"'K XLS ,nt tt B nnto ogrgng Antta Tarn 'r Pc. arncs, ont semcnn yt! 1 tt, y ls K-,unc y, Karen o fey SCCCVM qv. eng Shaw .anne LgfFatyr0, Pam Hortrnann Nancy Smtth Eiarba'a VVaH'.Lo, a y Farmer ancy Muelicn QVC ' ,wskt u rt. C vw n It ,t h Qntcrettt f n Book Charfes Vwtegan Kuo F elder Pao! Gnadt Dale Wwswev-SF ngug G V As rn' ., NN egg VVOITCV KVQTZVTCYVN ophomo res -.3 I...-.. Front Row Pam Karcher Jaan Lelgh Lunda Brlnlf Becky Shockley Marrlyn Rnckman Sandy Strathman Us Guedlnghagen Bev erly Oglesby Mary Fran Lewls Jane Schuman Second Row Don Lemonds Ron Kruse Charles McKnrght Jam Bass Norman Peumann Ted Feldewerth Doug Drummond George Rumer Jlm Cook Joan Whute Harry Strassner Thlrd Row Bob Shep ard Tom Olmsted Eugene Westerman Ron Ulrrch John Lamkemeyer Don Albers John Clark Dennas Whutllng Terry Ad ams Clayton Beattle fha., I l . . HI I . H Front Row Jess Schuchman Sharon Bradford Janrce Randell Janls Chapman Llnda Lawrence Vonnre Caldwell Judy Ab raham Jockle Grrmm Robble Wrlsan Gary Greenman Second R Nelson Wrllrams Dwlght 'worn D ns Maynard Barbara Thompson Terry Upplnghouse Jerry Holmes Tom Gardner Joe Cacclabando Mark Boyd Thrrd Row Howard Jenkms Al Moore Dennrs McReynolds Dean Burgess Dennrs Kennedy Davld Pace Charles Mackley Nlck Brudges James Cobb ""' p' Y V A' 4 A I "fr , E I - in - 'ou' , .A 1 .,- nr, " A ' ' .i ,, ' .J A , M " , ,l L fl J r A41 5 " Y 'Q -T 'W R , ,. . ' L,7 - fs ,. - " J c: ' , f - D r l . ,, X ! ' - . N 'l 5 . ' I f D 1. ,r 1 V .,,'q ' ll I J' . 'c , , , 3 , , ' , ' , , r r , , , . 1 - r 1 1 r 1 , , l I , ' a ,sv r .N .xy f , ,. I f 'n - . , N , ,Q J J I V I ,f r- , T A , 1 1 ,' ' . u. S S I , lr . I, . I F y J ' ' - -3 X V -41' r A i .' .Y ' - - V N X. Af h ,. . ,4 1 ':lIlt , S alll' 4- .. f" --.4 A on 'liar 1 In 'r-f ,':l:lx ll l l I lllll 1 4 .itll lg i fuln- 'llllll "' 4 'Hun l0' I 'Hun - ,'l un nl 1- , 'Inns , l , , ' , ow: , ' .1 I, O , 0 phomo res Front Row Mary Elmendorf Sherry Lade Beyerly Darrough Ruta Goehler Sharon Shane Barbara Boley Margone Grlffnth Janet Gardner Delores Mabrey Shurley Muller Second Row Larry Hartlng Leslle Robunson Kenneth Drertlenn Judy Rees Ed Stomper Gall Chalders Robert Behle Wayne Schepers Larry Yocom Thlrd Row Vnrgll Meroney Thomas Watkuns Bob Apenbrnnclf Jerry Allard Lew Arneel Ed Panagos Mnchael Georgen Herbert Warner Erlc Puronen J' P5 in X gy lvl i 4 ,,v"-lun, r ,.- i Front Row Mary Ja Colllnb Carolyn Krdder Nancy Huey Carol Haetner Sharcn Pekarek Danna Brlnkman Sue DOGVPHOFW Ruby Rlckrnan Second Row Jack Garrett Ran Fozzard John Logan Multan Van Hook Hazel McGee Joann Gentry Dove ueen Mnchael Moore Muchael Opperrnan Thlrd Row Paul Holmes Bah C L Terry Barton Ron Lockwood Jack Grbcuc B ll Schuermann Bull Rualtls 3 f r r r 1 1 Q I I I 1 , ,--, , , , 1 A I I 1 1 r ' ,. 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A .V Sl J 0 1 f S Nh' .Y 5 5 , 1 , Q , , , I ffl y ' , B , A r I , 7 Sophomores H sha Mrller Nancy Scholl Peggy Thompson Second Row Bruan McWrIluar'ns Jack Shands Jud: Wallweber Susan Hudson Tommy Whuteheod Dennns Ansell Sandy Adkvns Marllyn Bay Third Row Tom Cram Gene Getternener Joseph Mnsuraca Jurn Becker Rich Lea Pete Connelly Pat Alwood Larry Amos Torn Hulett ol' Front Row Jackle McGunre Stella Doza, Sandra Kemerlnng, Elaane Meyer, Jan Wltzke, Pat Dunlop, Carol Douglas, Carol Van Hlse, Becky Hoeltzel, Barbara Bowman Second Row Ed Wessel Dale Crawford, Larry Lester, Joyce Hagewood, Martha Heard, Pat Benlgno, Sharon O'Bruen, George Koob, Pat Shme, Ann Schallert, Ted Kopecky, Jnrn Nnschboch Thrrd Row Bart Marglotta Doug Dawson, Jack Parson, Harry Hussmann, Harold Hotop, Neal Stearns, Martnn Danford, Ken Curry, Ran Jef fers Jon Questell, Don Kennett 2' t ,, t, ' ' 1, . It f - guy- .1 W-A jx 4 .- '- ' ' . H ' , . , x . 4 - 2 . C C ,L ' ' 'C f' NA , if . . . ' S ' , 1 Y ' ,, 2 t S l 'L Y ' 1 ,fi We l . Front Row. Elaine Vohle, Sandy Luebbert, Janet Raley, Roberta Ruiz, Gerry Crofoot, Jeanne Kunznlck, Bev Carpenter, More , . X , -, Q 1 . 40 Q 6 3 A 9 HF . 'I G 'I ' Xs' Q 'V . sl , , . .tl ,X ' 1 v , A Q ' 1 ' A f . 5 5 t 3 I V . J i l l ophomores E 5.4 4- IPM 'fm Ilia Front Row Annie Pulluarn Danna Cheslev Joan Rallns Marcra Latsch Carolyn Opperrnann Duane Kramer Susan Moore Fran Graber Second Raw Marilyn Flesch Kathleen Lang Mary Sutzes Stephen Jacob: Paul Renchert Donna Thnralf Tory McKee Carol Ann Beaver Rosernarne Garnbaldr Thlrd Row John Ewersrnann Ed Schmldt Glen Stewart Ron Menner Duck Lundhalm Bull Heggarty Fred Schnerder Eddue Yates Darrel Parke Front Row Karen Saabye Glarra Mackle Barbara Trllsan Baroara Flesch Sharon Johnson Sally Pope Diana Shelton Second Row Ron Ray Pat Fueld Charmron Ward Karen McCullough Barbara Trefts Barbara Hermeyer Joyce Cowger Ann Benne Robert Brown Thard Row Frank Mueller Steven Story Dayld Baettner Norbert Hartmann Jim Walla Don McDowell Joe Morrrs Wayne Smnth Charles Hunze 2 -ff B . ' , L Y' , , ,Q V L ' , ' y ,: - 1. V -xv , , Y , N 5 , , W. -,. , -K 7 -. 1 . J ' . V : H ,,, i' L' I V' G. Q - ' 7. , A . ' Al Sd 'Ti I SM I J ' 1 : nl ! 'lf -4 A 1 t I 4. 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I . 74 lophomores '. ,UQ ...1.1l 4h- C:3.,r-- ,f ps Front Row Dems Lay Brenda Balley Norma Ward Joyce Hartmann Drana Perry Kathie Joyce Layun Dickson Phyllns Mar tm Gerry Ellns Agnes Molluson Fermetho Davrs Dennns Schuchrnann Second Row Ken Osbourn Knm Schwenk Luz Ellern Karen Zelgler Carrol Bauer Judy Sturgeon Marylyn Madden Mary Ann Dalton Ruta Layan Harriet Lempe Barb Heaton Lester Whnte Thlrd Row Floyd Srneltser Dan Wotawa Jerry McAndrew Gary Doyle Jack Keppel Buzz Stuloc Charley Martm John Drew Robert Paul Brad l-luther Bull Danze S l Front Raw Fran Velasco Barbara Szuck Chen Wood Gwendolyn Davus Barbara Hall Pat Fogarty Donna Maxwell Pat McCune Phyllus Adklrson Second Raw Kay Krutzrnan Barbara Prost Joan Schwartz Nancy Hawkrns Rosalre Trernann Pat Brehrn Sharon Bray Mary Greenough August Calatr Thurd Row Steve Wrnfueld Dowd Cooper Gary Kern Bull Mus kelly Doug Chambers Eldon Wartel Make OConnell Gary Mandry Nack Boye Steve Shugert Jack Jennings l l . i W 'N ' t K lw lr Q "' ' ' :'E in .' v l 4 ' l A uflb, l S L X ' 5' ' 1 . 1 I .B v - J -l D X J 413. . 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' ' Q ., I vw ophomorvs wma ' T... -F Front Row Ann Sabatnna Jackie Blackwell Nancy Doppert lda Kayonaugh Shnrlcy Stuart Karen Voges Duano Trampe Janet Randell Carla Frey Second Row Sue McDaniel Nancy Hoffman Joyce Morquort Fred Neal Harold Gzbson Ran doll Moyes Margaret Dnllon Judy Norrls Marge Feller Thnrd Row Rlchard Lnscher Chrus Kestnng Eddue Carter Donald Rue ger Jum McNulty Rnchard Kowolsku Melynn Lee Ken Neubauer Pete Smnth Front Row Mary Menzemer Daphne Ward Sandra Laburay Pat Robanson Judy Gettemeuer Jeanette Cobb Jackie Prosser June Lynch Gall Chrlders Second Row John Whntworth Gary Rosenkoether Nancy Bellerson Karen Frense Joann Frega lette Bull Sharp Nnck Maclocn Thlrd Raw Frank De Francesco Rick Brewer Jay Headruck Terry Young Bob Degeneff Denny Walton Charles Cousens Doug Powell John Norman 'Fw-F03 Q F F ' ' 'll . ',.' - 'Q "r '79 -V1 at 'Y 1 P' ,Z . x ,. . -- .-. ' ' l .. V, I Y X. - .QT --' Q - T I , V U M J. . V ,' - . 'u D .- . 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X , , l , I 1 ' ' I f I I - S0 p homores Front Row Barbara Boaz Sandy Vondracek Janet Hudgrns Sharon Sadler Joan Harrrs Pam Brown Bonnre Lorenz Second Row Donald Morice Beverly Taylor Elaine Suterlet Pamela Mnller Marne Arnato Evelyn Plank Muchele Travrs Don Dubro Thurd Row Tom Gunn Wunston Halverson Frank Schuler Dennus Bruno Leo Bneber Jrm Lentz Jnm Calfee Bob Prater Front Row Karen Maull Judy Mack Judy Seller Kathy Nugent Carolyn Kennett Carol Belyew Patsy Dnllard Flame Kastor Molly Llndsey Sue Hatfleld Second Raw Camrlle Deblasl Judy Roman Karen Torlrna Frances Palm Frances Wlse Judy Johnson Nancy Dee-rlng Jackle Gamble Donna Doerner Denelle Deck Katae Ann Mnchaelson Ellen Bock Thlrd Row Jerry McCalIlster Dave Werner Brlan Forney Mlke Smlth Wlllnarr Karby Chuck Pelton Bull Evans Jam Wtlson Robert Wund horst Jay Parsons Frank Palank Wally Jones ,IIUIIO rs 963 -7 Vwsssrv Front Row Dorothy Mandry Glona Thompson Irene Jane Marlaalt Ton: Mason Gayle Tennant Nancy Kettenacker Carolyn Fruwurth Bev Funke Joyce Warner Jo Del Tooke Second Row Joe Sungen Jrm Sntzaw Bob Stewart Bvll Marshall Earlene Pearson Barbara Roberts Sally Harte Duane Lott Joe Slayton Joe Foster Jack Repp Thnrd Row Jerry Scala Donald Arthur Frelhoff Don Redford Bob Pendergrass Bob Klos Laurence Ramp Ron Stocksuck Greg Gertz Gary Stephens Harold Ray Ruchard Emery "- Front Row. Kay Barnett, Brenda l-larrold, Patty Parkes, Lois Porter, Barbara l-lauhart, Margaeritte Bean, Johnny Wood, Marge l.OGagIlo Second Row. Gerry Prosser, Judy Potter, P6QQy Hardrn, Carol Otten, Margaret Bloomer, Carol Behle, Mary Bern, Nancy Gall Thnrd Row Bob Blotter, John Bogdanor, Mrke Blayatt, Bob Kraessel, Jerry Keeney, Andy Walters, Nor- man Lernkeman ,lunlors will .-5.3 Front Row Donna Kruse Judy Bradley Pat Egan Vnrglnna Standley Joan Engel Carol Henselmeler Martha Franzlau Mar goretL1ndsey Ga1lFeldmann Pat eet Second Row Colleen Sheble Judy McPeak Manlyn Schlueter Carol Ostendorf Kath erlne Feller Carole Ruth Ed Johnson Donna Llnnenbnnger Carolyn l-laupt Velma Geule Sue Knllmer Marrlyn Wartman Morllyn Feldmann Thlrd Row Jam Potthast Terry Douglas Stanley Pohl Doug Gena Ken Shy Jlm Ploudre Ron McFarland . 2: Q AY' CJ Front Raw Bernlce Farace Jean Boettcher Donna Dungan Valene Faygal Kathy Lawrence J an Krean Connle Englert Sec and Row Mary Slnderson D1ane Shylanskl Jackle Slrnpsan Mylla Flrk Jacx N1chc,ls Jlrn Crews Albert Netzela Thlrd Row Don Mlller Dennts Dnckhans Wayne Parcel Bob Wlenert Jernon Mlller John Paul Jones Lance Wheells Ed Copeland o ., A A F I y f A , A WL , Luz., .I ,y at . , - le , . - ' 11 K. 1 1 1 ,X h U - xx t 4 , 1 A ' ., ., ' V 4 . - , , 'JJ f 1 . 1 1' V W ' I - I I I 1 I 1 I I I 1 A 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ken Albers, Chuck Strantz, Jam Wenclcer, Sonny Kattelman, John Stevens. - ,....,... 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F - v- ft' ' Qi ' ' u 1 1 ,111 ., A . 1 Y Y:-11132. l I I I ' 1 , 1 ' 1 , 1 1 1 3 1 1 - ' 1 l 1 1 X J 4 1 J 1 1 Juniors 1 lla- Front Raw Marsha Crust Jane Harrls Mary Jean Hanrahan Sherla Cook Carla Atmp Muriel Gollhofer Celme Ostendorf Betty Wolfersberger Second Raw Carol Wayne Sandra Harnmann Glenda OFarreIl Vlrglnla Atchley Jud: Goadale Maru lyn Moeller Judy Whlte Sandy Ockel Third Row James Johnson Bull Bennett Charles Burke Bob Jones Tom Hynek David Betts Front Raw Margaret Wlthers Sandy Schroeder Vuolet Countervan Josetta Kramer Mary Kawalak Betty Burgess Marulyn Schwab Donna Shause Terry Kolley Janet Kopp Second Rgw Rach Carden Jlm Vornberg Joe Snngen Sharon Chrusto Jane Nolte Terry McReynclds Doug Kennett Terry Kester Thlrd Raw Jlm Cook Roland Heath Ralph Meyer Ran Allen Ray Bernsen Ray Wnenstroer Rlch Rees B ll Chranvster Rlch M1ller l u ' ,, rsh 5 ' Q 'x : 'Y A . , , -1 4 1 ' 5 ' 1 I , , I f ' a - v . 4,1 X l cl I 1 1 1 1 4 1 I 1 4 1 - I 3 I 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 --,..?.1 X N 5 , Ms. i V. -- f - 1' A W ,A 1 sg J ' F , ,,, U s . , . 4: ' R' , 3 ,. cv ' 0 1,1 1 1 'B 1 1 1 A 1 V 1 1 S 1 f 1 I I ij!!-' junio rs Front Row Prlscllla Josprlng Barbara Woolen Joan l-lelnrlch Jackue Deschu Karen Youngberg Mary Feldt Carol Schnur busch Barbara Ruebllng Carolyn Roberts Annle Pullnam Second Row Lee Burgdarf Alan Hagelman Betty Dawson Roberta Crews Roberta Yardley Duane Schelln Carol Johnson Shnrley Janes Elalse Dncknnson Thlrd Row Mlke Bryan Russel Smal ley Doyle Tracy Bob McDonald Rodney Mclntosh Rach McArdle Allan Brune Bob Searcy , ft - Y I 0 Front Row Bonnre Anderson Marya Ward Barbara Kohnen Rae Moore Barbara Mclntosh Barbara McLane Nancy Rude Kathy Garvey Jackle Carlson Janrce Gould Second Row Judy Roth Sandra Srrothrnann Kay Gentles Barbara Frey Dave Stabenow Lawrence Behle Melody Anderson Duane Glnnever Judy Alexander Janet Knecnt Thlrd Row Ray Holubeck Paul Hoffman Davnd Hull Floyd Blackard Dayld Bandy Phul Bemls Rlchard Husted Ed Swlnney Francns Herrln Fred Nord qulst 1 1 C I A f I . 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' P : l - dry, Glenn Vessell, Terry Preston, Leroy Pondy, Vuncent Tedeschi, Daye Appel, Paul Cook, Bob Hermeyer, .nanny Qulllo, Den- l J: I r 4 - 1 A 1 1 1 A . 1 ' ,lumors Front Row Frances Bogue Jnll Ballnnger Rebecca Rltchle Jerry Robertson Ann Bortelsmeyer Ruth Blndbeutel Marjorle Wtllaams Beverly Relnholz Carol Ahrens Peggy Rlckman Second Row June Hunt Kathy Rosenbaum Joan Phnlllps Terry McCarty Tum Lammers Fred Phnllpp Karen Hunter Elalne Hulbert Gwen Rakey Marlon Haugen Third Row Jeff Brewer Charles Wall Lonnle Lohmeyer Bull Muller Dave Llnk Randy Adler Larry Walker Curtns Braun Douq McGrath Front Ro Kok: K1ng Joan Zlotopolskl Sandra Murphy Non y Jones Rae Waddle Penny Grnese Beatrlce Herrera Marllyn Grossman Morlanne Heckethorn Second Row Bonlta Eckwald Duane Ambrose Merrllee Arensmeyer Carol LONE JON Tul lock Joyce Kramer Sondra Robfnson Thlrd Row John Oyery George Berkow Fred Sturgeon Ron Hartmann Ron Halbach Paul Thompson Bob Wlll Wayne Wren Howard Hlckey Fred Hoffman Lyle Stomper - 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 'V 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 Juniors Pram Rcw Yyarme Zrpfe! Jaan Brand Ar me Baurrsaw Shnrley Puckett Susan Werl Carole Grrmm Judy Piacual Joyce r wwe Carui mccfh ec mi L uwse Buschard Sue H Hman Natalie Prerbcn Hamer Begale Lando Rardf Karen Je e Mrch e GaNcs Lergrw Wiharwb Judrth Keily Thrrd Raw Gary Koen Lee Lehrfufh Howard Kersrme Jrm Rc ers rv Wagener Dan Kenner Geerge Lrrme J C Zambrusku Art Boyce i w wk Q u L za'cY J n ea" ' ' .7 . F f' fb, fi 5-, . Y',fWCZC e M ..,-er Kee uxrvxun Bcrborc ruff"-3'Uuh UU V 'TC' He GH H: ' 3 at r. un 3" . E. . 3 '- 3 rw .Qu " V. C Of- S GFUVCV JW' phi' 5 A G A JQDWN lad. Q fa' .GMP r Lai iw f:"'N 'Vi Y LQ .--.,. V .iff ll '11, Q nz, 1 in 1 uf u., I fx mth your FELLUWUEN S 5 Y j A I . .V , . ', , '4',f,gs,- ' k +9 - . , - ,, , gf, u .-., ., . . ,WH ,, ,- v Y' . ,' . ,. 1 rn' r 1' ' Q , , 1 f ' V. M' 4,1 '1v', - V "' 1 ' 1 lj . f 4 f uv X I f I O OK 'A A I 4 IW 1 b x X , f f-"V ' X ' I 1' ' V f X f -f if f ,f ff' ,Af ' f' ,4' ,f if ,f ' NX ' Q I ' f X .' , ' Q' X 'xx -' l, , f N- ' ' ,-1 'I f C' inf! , X ,pf eh f KL' X Wg' f . K 1- if fx 3 in N 1 L0 M va 5 ' ' G F Q Q 'A - "' " 'Z It 5 9 av hx . 5 5' i h il' I I y I 1 ,ix A fi Marilyn Finney Barbara Chamberlain Paul Parson Roger Behle lil Gardner Richard Morgan ri? -IBN -14 Mary lane Iones Robert Neel Beverly Lowe Ronalcl Wessel Rose Krueger George Alexander 1 PZ v W 'Y-Y lane Mesnier X41 Ieff Estes J Of- L 1' .. LJ? X Rosemary Wermke Harry Steinman ll lil l A I H.-v a,,' :, I s h . Cha A Q , A ga Crest: Coronation On the evening of February l4, l959, as the audience anxiously watched, the 25th annual Crest Coronation got underway. As each maid acknowl- edged the applause with a slight curtsy to each side, Kathy Jones, Mistress ot Ceremonies, de- scribed her gown and told ot her activities and achievements during high school. Then the maids and their escorts proceeded down the lang center aisle to the white backdrop at the north end ot the new gymnasium, while Master ot Ceremonies, Gil Reynolds, related the activities and achieve- ments ot the escorts. When the eight couples had assembled before the starry background, Julie Brawley, tlower girl, and Steve Rees, crown bearer, entered. Then as a hush tell over the audience, the long awaited moment came Lovely Miss Carol Leonard entered, beginning her reign as the V959 Crest Queen. After Ed Johnson, Advertising Manager of the Crest, placed the crown on her head, a loud round of applause marked the end ot the Crest Coron- ation, The dance which followed was held in the old gym, decorated with the same large blue and green stars as the new gymnasium Music tor the dance was provided by the Howard Matthews Orchestra A special dance was reserved for the queen and her court ' 3 A Valentine 'S Coronation And The Crest Assembl Are Happ Memories of 953-'59 '5Q'4ur- Front Row Audrey Collet Kathy Jones Ruth Brndbeutel Natalre Prerson Nancy Drttrrch Second Row Rose mary Wermke Ed Johnson Mlss Berger Sponsor Terry Kester Carol Leonard The annual Crest Coronatron one of the most Important events on the socral calendar of Fergu son Hugh School was presented on February l4 Valentrnes Day by the Crest Staff The hrghly orrgunal decoratuons were created by the staff wrth the assrstance of the Crest mards and therr escorts Earlrer ln the year the sax lunrors and four senrors camprrsrng the yearbook staff produced the Crest assembly The Blob under the drrec tlon of art edrtor Ruth Brndbeutel Followrng thus successful presentatlon subscrrptuon sales began strmulated by a sellrng contest whrch awarded a free Crest to Natalre Pnerson who sold the most subscrrptrons Besrdes the money obtarned from the Caron atran and from subscrrptron sales the Crest rarsed oddrtronal funds by selling refreshments at the football games by the sale of both rndrvrdual and sensor pictures and by advertrsment sales Due to the new lrthographed process rntro duced thus year the l959 Crest was able to have more color rn bath prctures and prrntrng and more arrgrnalrty rn art layouts and theme The Polar old Land Camera purchased by last year s staff made rt possrble for the Crest to have a greater number of candud snapshots Speclal thanks to Terry Kester and Crest co sponsor Mr Ulbrrght for therr tame and efforts devoted to photography At the semester the Crest Staff grew larger by two members' Jackre Amrck and Anrta Robrn son gorned the group to the happrness of all' 'Q u. 0 ' as - l L ' f 1 1 , . I - 1 1 1 1 , . 1 , 1 I , . . . . , . , . 1 ' . . . 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 11 11 - 5 ' I ' ' - 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 - 1 1 1 1 A ,1g1 Ji M-.N 97 Scoop Reports High-Ligllls of flllllfnf Li 0. I T 41. ills ' O: Qu sq' Q u-...f Around table Mary Jane Janes Sue Euescher MucheleGaIlaus Bev Dennuson Mary Flesch Sandy Dornan Judu Gluckhertz Carol Largehennug Carolyn l-laupt Carol Lane Bonuta Eclqwald Eruka Zaetsch Carol Ahrens Lynne Schuler Barb Melton Standung Sonny lla Duck l-leul Barb Chamberlaun Ran Lotta Susan Mahoney Bull Bushop Mrs Karrupschroeder Spons r The twelve senuors and nune uunuars who made up thus year s SCOOP staff succeeded un attaunung the hugh uournalustuc standards set by the SCOOP not only the students but the faculty pa ents ana carnmunuty too kept the reaaers well unforme on the current and comung schocl exents r-lov. ever thus was onlx part of theur uob T e SCOOP also offered columns such as CntCh t l-l age Podge and the fashuan departrttent f r amuse ment tlne College ann Career Corner t guxe sug stuons f r the unduxudual s uture u e exce 'N 93 sports coverage and some exceptuonally fune ed taruals Thus year SCOOP S were sold on every second day to buy theur copy on the followung Frudav before the news became outdated The new prunted process untroduced last year has made ut pOSSublG for the SCOOP to have more and better puctures Always keepung before the-rn the pruncuple af just and umpartual news coverage and alwaxs demandung the funest un uournalustuc efforts the SCOOP staff has produced a newspaper worthx of much prause 'll 5' go X, r I QU' r r , , , ' in previous yeorsl Their pUDl,COf,On5, Wlquclq Sefvej Thursday un order to permut those absent on that 'r V u u I I , I I W F W I , . . r u - G., C - , D r- 4 -N r I Q I X . J . , ' I ge 3 I f l f Ile ul ' 485, lx MX- .41 Ch ' 'Front Row: Lynne Schuler, Donna Dungon, June Lynch, Phyllis Ryan, Beverly Frost, Karen McCul- lough. Second Row: Natalie Pierson, Dolores Heg- gie, Pat Robinson, Mary Ellen Hizer, Sherri Hearn, Beverly Oglesby. Third Row: Richard Lischer, Charles Graham, Richard Steinkamp, Judy Adams, Frances Wise. Fourth Row: Robert Broyles, Al Cool, Lewis Ameel, Bob Joseph, Fred Beckman. 1 an :xi 4 v 1 ...J,a.-1' , Q ' L 2' M 5' Q "lil Q ' u 1- 4 if if -fi 5 lr 'ki Diane McCullough, President Laurie Nienaber, Secretary Beverly Frost, Business Manager Choir icers 'a "2rmnQ1's 05 Q 11 Y f it V . 1-ww". I , . I . l ll ' 1l ye 7 'l' lvl ' it, .i , ee, at g e j , ' 'Q 4 N,-', .Ra Front Row: Joyce Marquart, Diane Giedinghogen, Dian Simmons, Ruth Ann Bindbeutel, Kathleen Jones, Rosemary Wermke, Sandy Daman, Shirley Robinson, Linda Lawrence. Second Row: Pat Brehm, Mariorie Grif- fith, Rasella Strathman, Sandra Janssen, Susan Buescher, Laurie Nienaber, Sharon Moloney, Marilyn Stark, Bette Parker, Nancy Smith, Third Row: Barbara Hermeyer, Judy Boas, Jill Gardner, Rose Krueger, 'Beverly Butler, Glenn Vessel, Bob Neel, Ran Willman, Ron Foley, Darrel Parke. Fourth Raw: Paul Chilton, Ron Far- ver, Ed Panagos, David Betts, Garry Fothman, Lyle Stomper, Buzzie Stulac, Dennis Kennedy, Jay Petrea, Roy Maul . This year the Ferguson High School Choir, under the expert direction of Mr. John W. Owen, again provided the school with several splendid musi- cal programs. ln the Christmas Concert and the Christmas Assembly, featur- ing Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols, the Choir attained the perfection that had been reached by the choi rs of previous years. Besides these Christ- mas programs, the Choir participated in the Spring Concert and the County Festival, and gave various performances in churches and schools throughout the District. When the Choir members are not singing for their own enjoy- ment and the enjoyment and enlightenment of their audiences, they are in class studying music history and composers and their works. The choir is given the opportunity to artistically interpret the finest of choral music both classical and contemporary. ' Concert rchestra Front Row: Katherine Feller, Alan lhle, Jane Cook, Judy Vanderwerff, Brian Hawks, Marilane ' Heitman, Melody Anderson. Second Row: Ann Selle, Peggy Thompson, Curtis Braun, Phyllis Norton, Priscilla Jaspring, Bonnie Eckwald,AEllen Bock. Third Row: Bruce Conard, Nancy Dap- pert, Bob Taylor, Ken Albers, Gil Reynolds, Jonathon Killmer. Back Row: Jerry Tindall, Rich Runge, Mac Goodwin, Walter Thies, Michael Opperman. The Concert Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Max Plavnick, provided the school with much musical enjoyment this year. ' In the way of vocal music, the County Chorus fumished education and entertainment for the community. County Chorus is composed of students from practically every school in the St. Louis County area. This year our own Mr. Owen was the head director of the chorus which met on Monday and on some Wednesday evenings for practice. The group has sung at the Courgtiy Teachers' Meeting held at the Keil Auditorium Opera House and has also performed on I' IO. Front Row: Eloise Dickinson, Sharon Chris- toph, Eileen O'Shea, Ted Feller. Second Row: Kay Krutzman, Norman Krutzman, Terry Richardson, Marjorie Feller, Gale Feldmann. Third Row: Charles Ellis, Don Moore, Doug Dawson, Barbara Boley, William Kirby, Skip Goodale, Carolyn Haupt, Bill Chronister. Back Row: Bob Searcy, Lavin Dickson, Row: Leslie Stout, Dian Simmons, Beverly Frost, Diane McCullough, Pat Brehm, Kathy Jones. Second Row: Frances Wise, Bob Neel, Roger Behle, Glen Vessell, Charles Graham, Bette Parker. Back Row: Ruth Bindbeutel, Leslie Robinson, Buz Stulac, Marjorie Griffith. aunt T lwrus The Ferguson High School Band provides music for the football games and half-time shows, pep assemblies, parades, and special concert performances, such as the Christmas concert and the spring program. Under the excellent direction of Mr. Max Plavnick, the band has proved to be one of the finest groups in Ferguson High history. Front Row: Marilyn Finney Al on lhle, Jane Cook. Second Row: Ann Selle, Judy Kelly Bruce Conord, Curtis Broun Nancy Doppert, Shirley Jones Strin Urchestra Band Front Row: Ken Forney, Hazel McGee, Marilane Heitman, Melody Anderson, Ellen Bock, Carol Beaver. Second Row: Priscilla Jaspring, Phyllis Martin, Nancy Hawkins, Ken Albers, Bob Taylor, Jim Holtshouser, Terry Young, Bonnie Eckwald, Barb Boley, Russ Kirby, Skip Goodale, Rich Carden, Nick Bridges, Bill Chronister, Bill Dawson. Third Row: Karen Maull, Rich Runge, Dave Morgan, Vir- gil Meroney, Tom Gardner, Ed Demsky, Jerry Tin- dall, Jack Edler, Wayne Fields, Dean Spaulding, Joel Gritta, Don Blondin, Rich Reinholz, Gil Rey- nolds. Standing: Bev Reinholz, Marilyn Crossman, Howard Jenkins, Mike Oppermon, Walter Thies, Carolyn Haupt, Jack Garrett, Mary Boyd, Jerry Andrews, Mac Goodwin, Ed Carter, Mr, Plavnick, Director, Lavin Dickson. I String Orchestra, meeting daily during first hour, plays the classical music of the "old masters." Besides study and playing for per- sonal enjoyment, the string orchestra performs in various concerts and programs. Members of this group combine with members of band to form the Concert Orchestra. 5 Jw " rf ,..-P 141 Majorette: Marilyn Crossman A Front Row: Judy Vander- wertf, Eloise Dickinson, Melanie Marshall, Eileen O'Shea, Ted Feller. Sec- ond Row: Kay Krutzman, Sharon Christoph, Nor- man Krutzman, Terrance Richardson, Marjorie Fel- Ier, Gail Feldmann. Stand- ing: Bob Searcy. ' Ensemble 1-01 pu?-iuiunfw - Front Row: Beverly Frost, Sue Moore, Dian Simmons, Linda Lawrence, Pat Brehm, Kathleen Jones, Rosemary .Wermke, Ruth Bindbeutel, Sandra Dornan, Shirlev Robinson. Second Row: Jill Gardner. Natalie Pierson, Karen McCullough, Nancy Smith, Marjorie Griffith, Susan Buescher, Rose Krueger, Bev Butler, Laurie Nienaber, Diane McCullough. Third Row: Glenn Vessel, Fred Watkins, Ron Farver, Buzzy Stulac, Ron Jeffers, Jay Petrea, Bob Neel, Roger Behle, Mr. Owen, Director. F t Row: Dian Simmons, Carole Smith, Pat Egan, Jane Harris, Jackie McGuire, Valerie Faygal, Vonnie Caldwell, Sally Pope, ron Elaine Meyer, Peggy Thompson, Janiece Gould, Kathleen Jones, Carol Leonard, Rosemary Wermke, Joan Harris. Second Row: Mary Flesch Nancy Huey, Phyllis Ryan, Dolores Heggie, Carolyn Wildeisen, Pat Field, Barbara Flesch, Barbara Bowman, Janis Chapman, Sharon Johnson, Carol Van Hise, Pat Robinson, Barbara Melton, Priscilla Jaspring. Third Row. Marjorie Griffith, Anita Robinson, Joan Gomewell, Judy Ulmer, Audrey Collet, Kay Gentles, Carol Ahrens, Bev Funke, Natalie Pierson, Mary Louise Feldt, Barbara Hau- hart, Marion Haugen, Sharon Sadler, Barbara Trefts, Karen McCullough. Fourth Row: Becky Hoeltzel, Jeanne Kunznick, Toni M S Weil, Sandra Adkins, Sharon Christoph, Annette Morotz, Gertie Roney, Jackie Simpson, Erika Zeatsch, Barbara Rohne, ason, usan Jane Cook, Michele Travis, Sue Moore. Fifth Row: Marilyn Wortman, Sandy Strathmann, Beverly Frost, Patty Parkes, Karen Young- berg, Barbara Hermeyer, Bette Parker, Earlene Pearson, Jackie Amick, Sandra Brown, Marilyn Stark, Diane McCullough, Sharon Moloney, Lindo Lawrence. Girls' G ee Club V ,1ivb.lxz.2,j,,-- sw-H, ' , Left to right: Fred Watkins, Dick Morgan, Roger Behle, Bob Neel ,Hur ' Quartet . ..- .- .-fs, is ' hy ., .Aww J..,,'f Xl'- Y - I 4 I - Front Row: Dion Simmons, Koren McCullough, Jone Cook, Goil Childress. Bock Row: Natalie Pierson, Marjorie Griffith, Ecr- lene Pearson, Diane McCullough. Girls' ctet 7 2-gy, Q1 , S , A ffl A-4' o Christmas AS88mbb' .1 S Dramatics Guild Front Row: Priscilla Jaspring, Kay Moore, Sandy Brewer, Mary Ellen Hizer, Judy Farmer, Rosemary Wermke, Jackie Grimm. Second Row: Beverly Hannah, Jane Nolte, Bill Heggarty, Roy Maull, Jim Steele, John Dowell, Susan Mahoney Rhoda Brownell Third Row: Roy Chrisco, Jack Parson, Ron Latta, Richard George, Paul Parson, John Clevenger, Don Freihaff, Terry Kester, Bruce Gonard. Membership in the National Thespian Society is quite an- honor. lt is awarded only to those students who participate in dramatics and' who succeed in accumulating the required number of points established by the national organization. Working hand in hand with the Thespians are the members at the make-up and stage crews who assist in the back stage preparations for both plays and assemblies. These two groups proceed from the parent organization, Dramatics Guild, which is open to anyone interested in the ational Thespians Front Row: Mr. Nowell, Sponsor, Jean Boettcher, Carol Lane, Diane McCullough, Susan Mahoney Rosemary Wermke, Janiece Gould, Mr. Moore, Sponsor. Second Row: Jim Steele, Terry Kester, Bruce Conard, Paul Parson, Karl Jackson, Richard George, John Cleve.-nger, dramatics arts. Q, ,n . ' ilvlls' Dran l D 5 r Make-up And urge Crew Front Row: Barbara Melton, Priscilla Jaspring, Jackie Grimm, Judy Farmer, Kathy Jones, Janiece Gould, Jean Boettcher, Pat Shine, Carol Ahrens, Peggy Compton, Norma Ward, Rosalie LaFata. Second Row: Ruth Bindbeutel, Susan Mahoney, Jane Nolte, Rose- mary Wermke, Valerie Fuygal, Carol Lane, Kay Moore, Beverly Hannah, Mary Ellen Hizer, Judy Wilson, Jan Tullock, Carol Leonard. Third Row: Mr. Nowell, Sponsor, Rhoda Brownell, Sandy Brewer, Susan Buescher, Barbara Chamberlain, Leigh Williams, Jeanne Kunznick, Diane McCullough, Helen Gains, Mary Jean Hanrahan, Barbara Roberts, Mr. Moore, Sponsor. Fourth Row: Larry Yocum, Roy Maull, Paul Parson, Karl Jackson, Jeff Estes, Gary Fathman, John Dowell, Gil Reynolds, Dave Carmichael, Bill Chronister, Mike Frieda. Fifth Row: Bill Heggarty, Jack Parson, Jim Steele, Ron Lotta, Roy Chrisco, Richard George, Fred Schneider, John Clev- enger, Don Freihoff, ,Ed Johnson, Terry Kester, Bruce Conard. :tics ...J Q25 .-L si' ' -ff? Stage Manager ........ 4 ....... Jeff Estes Dr. Gibbs ..... Joe Crowell --- Howie Newsome Mrs. Gibbs ---- -------..- Dave Carmichael -.. Fred Schneider --- ....... Paul Parsons Diane McCullough Mrs. Webb ..... .... J eanne Kunznick George Gibbs --- ...... Gary Fathman Rebecca Biggs .... ..... Jeannie Boettcher Wally Webb --- .......... Larry Yocum Emily Webb .... ie- Professor Willard ...... Mr. Webb ............. Janiece Gould and Sandra Brewer --- Bruce Conard ---- Karl Jackson Woman in the Bleachers -- Priscilla Jaspring Man in the Auditorium ....... Terry Kester Lady in the Box .............. Kay Moore Simon Stimson .............. Roy Chrisco Mrs. Soames ............ Mary Ellen Hizer Constable Warren - --.- ---,, Paul Johnson Si Crowell ................ Fred Schneider Baseball Players --- Fred Watkins, Bob Neel, Gil Reynolds, Roger Behle Sam Craig ................. John Dowell Joe Stoddard ................. Roy Maull Assistant Stage Manager ...... John Dowell, Roy Maull People of the town--Mary Ellen Hizer, Rosalie LaFata, Lynne Schuler, Sandy Dornan, Kay Moore, Gil Reynolds, Bob Neel, Fred Watkins, Roger Behle, Fred Schneider, JoAnn Mahr, and Helen Gains. CAST Cora -- - Fedele ...... "III" Aldo ........ Duke Lambert - - - - - - - Stephanie ..... - - - Ana. -My 1'14,l4 z , ,gy 0 -- Jeanne Boettcher --- Fred Schneider ----- Sandra Brewer -- David Carmichael Barbara Chamberlain Princess ........ - - - - Diane McCullough Baron Cesarea -- Rhoda ....... Corrado ..... Eric ..... Grazia ......... Shadow - T ....... - - - - - Gary Sanguinet - - - - - -. Lorna Dale -- Richard Rees - - - - - John Dowell -- Jeanne Kunznick - - - Garry Fathman Major Whltfread ........................ Bruce Conard Both plays were produced, directed and supervised ' by B. W. Nowell Death Takes A Holiday atwnal Honor Soclet Members of the Natuonal Honor Socuetv are selected by the faculty from the junuor and senuor classes The students must be un the upper one thurd of theur class and are chosen onthe basus of superuoruty un the qualutues of scholarshup leodershup character and servuce to the school Thus year members of the socuety were honored ot a school assembly and ot a receptuon guven by the Parents Club They receuved puns of the Socvety un recognutuon of theur ochuevement Rowan- nm-4 114 Front Row Prusculla Jasprung Carol Ahrens Marulane Heutman Jana Nash Lynn l-larrus Eruka Zaetsch Carolyn Weuss Kathy Jones Rosemary Wermke Jockue Carlson Irene Morlault Second Row Morgue Kestung Ruth Bundbeutel Audrey Collet Joan Casey Carolyn Leonard Dolores l-leggue Carol Leonard Sue Mahoney Sandy Dornon Bev Dennuson Barbara Chamberlaun Jeanne Boettcher Thurd Row Jul Gardner Rose Krueger Betty Dawson Danna Mangrum Barbara Frey Lunda Maze Duane McCullough Susan Buescher Bev Lowe Mary Jane Jones Kay Gentles Joyce Brannon Fourth Row Neul Hertensteun Duck Morgan Ron Wessel Bob Neel John Clevenger Garry Fathman Gul Reynolds Larry Peu mann Eugene Boyd Bull Bushop Doyud Stobenow Bock Rcw Terry Kester Bruce Conord Ruchard Husted Jum Stark Fred Nordauust George Hundelt Paul Roudt Dcn Brancatc Don Mason Tom Stark Ruchard Heal Art Ockel 0 O , 1 . , ' 1 W ,.. ,1...., i A . L -1 u 5 3 t- s 1 1 1 . 1, . 1 g 0- QR' 1 if ,,alL':,5f'-". ,W Q ,,,.L 5 " ' tu , f . 1 A . - sq 1' , 1 Q so gk 1' X 1 1 x 4 , -. 5 .. ,N X .4 - . 'P 9 ' " C -, B 1 Q . , . 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ' I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 uill QQ Scroll Quill 8- Scroll is a National organization formed of students who haye served on either the scnool newspaper or yearbook staff. Only seniors in the upper one third ot their class are eligible to belong and they must be recom- mended and approved by the sponsors at these publications The members participate in the installation ceremonies in the spring and in a goint-staff picnic, They also submit samples of their writing to the organizations na- tional headauarters tor judging. rront Raw Kathy Jones Rosemary Werrnke Beverly Dennison Judy Gluckhertz Sanara Darnan Barbara Melton Back Row Mary Jane Jones Barbara Chamberlain Susan Bu scher Dick Heil Enya Zaetsch Susan Mahcney Car I Leonard 115 v- . ' , - i 1 V V r , I A , i I F V , , c , , . , , - Intvrclub ouncil Front Row Lynne Schuler Drone McCullough Roger Behle Rose Krueger Barbara Rohne Second Row Carol Leonard Susan Ma honey Jane Nolte Jackle Amack Barbara Chamberlom Ernka Zaetsch Thnrd Row Ray James Nuck Stegmg Paul Parsons Paul Raudt Charles Slade Jnm Steele Ed Copeland li? ,U Council C0 Ordlnales Clubs The lnter Club Councnl was formed by the Ethucs Commuttee of the Student Councul ln the tall of l958 59 Thus orgamzatuon IS composed of the presldents of all chartered clubs The presudnng of frcer rs the chalrman of the Ethucs Committee The prlmary purpose of the group ns to co ordmate the club actrvutnes At each monthly meetung a calendar as made and any conflncts nn club meetmg dates are worked out as often as ut IS pcssnble Some of the projects ot the Councnl have been to provrde a tale for any club not havmg tulung taculutues to work on a program for onentatung next year s students on club actrvutles and to set up plans for a tuture workshop on Parluamentary Procedure I ' ' , 4' 4- . l C2 : s , l GL ' , . n I - - , . 1 W l l 3 . ' 4. ' . f ' . ' 3 I I A I I I I I ' I I I . I 1 4 ' ,u f of ., O I ' ' - I s it a ti . , tg- I - - . . . . X D I ' A I A xt . 4 - , K , ' . . . 4 . 4 5 V . , . , I L , z.. V fllrl I fl f SEATED: Fred Nordquist, Chairman FRONT ROW: Carol Ahrens, Bev Funke, Barbara Frey, Anita Robinson, Carlo Atnip BACK ROW1 Jane Harris John Stevens, Bill Chronister, Gorry Fothrnan, l-lcword Kerstine, Mary Flesch, Prom Committee Each year the members of the Prom Committee undertake a most important and necessary job -- the planning and executing of the Junior-Senior Prom, The committee, composed of twelve yuniars, and its sponsor, Mrs. Kurtz, must put their heads together ond come up with original and exciting ideas tor this lavish affair. Funds for the Prom decorations and refreshments are raised by the selling of candy in the cafeteria at lunchtime, The l959 Prom, under the direction of Prom Committee Chairman, Fred Nordquist, was de- signed with o Mordi Gros theme and was held in the Ferguson High School gymnasium on Friday, Moy 22. J,-A PTOJQCIIOII lub Projectors Poised if Front Row Jean White Betty Burgess Fred Nordauist Mr Watson Sponsor Richard McArdle Terry Kester Jim Steele Secona Raw Karen Maull Kathleen Lang Carolyn Weiss Erika Zaetsch Peggy Hardin Betty Daw son Barbara Wulkcpt Carol Langehennig Jovce Warner Joan Brand Sandra Tocley Cheri Wood Third Row Susan Dcerman Barbara Balev Regina Stuewe Larry Hudgin Garv Mandry Charles Wiegand Bob Will George Se sen Pat Egan Jackie Deschu Lovin Dick on Nelson Williams Fourth Raw Fred Neal Jim Bass Jack Parson Ed Yate rlovd Blackord Ken Brinton Jchn Clevengcr Steve Shugert Gary Koen Ron Kruse Ed Schmidt Richard Gecrge Terrv Mclleynolds Baclf Raw Richard Ohlemexer Paul Reichert Larry Amos Ray Ward Bruce Ccnard Jirn Dillon Ran McFarland Greg Gertz Dennis Kennedy Bill Maskellev Jerry Cook Action Cameral Roll-eml And now Projection Club produced by Doc Watson directed by Presi' dent Jim Steele and starring V, P Terry Kester Secretary Jean White and Treasurer Betty Bur- gess Close-up on those action shots of the club members learning about protection equipment and serving the school by showing movies Now back- awav and get the tull scope of the club members while they tour Channel 5 and serve the commun- ity protecting films tor social functions Fade-out now on this xear's club Cut C0-op . . . Read , Wfilling Workers .' V, Front Row Phyllss Ryan Donna Hunter Jo Ann Um leet Sharon Scarpace Nancy Kelley Charlene Kenny Helen Koop Joan straln Barbara Welr Second Row Harry Mertell Jerry Gustln Marllyn Blackwell Janlce Sadowskt Theresa Caccuabando Carol Yenny Pot Smnth Blll Schmudt Thlrd Row John Walz Larry Hudglns Ron Kohnen Ed Muller Larry Hart Bull Fox Paul Osborn Mr Lau less Sponsor i fr' L,- The members of CO OP Club are those students who work on outsucle jobs dunng the last half of the school day For thus they recenve credut toward thelr hugh school dnploma The mann club pro lect of the forty nndnvnduals In the group lS to plan and sponsor the annual CO OP Banquet To thus drnner the members nn vlte thelr bosses as honored guests Best I 9 i l l .l 2 l in .. Q I success to the CO-OP Clubl I ff' I 1 lx ' . 1 i 1 I .fwl J 2, I V Radio lub.. . Codes, Tubes - - Hams 4, M! rig: . f.. L. ,-, yr fx, 1,1 7' Front Row John Clevenger Nick Steglng Mrs Browley Sponsor Lawrence Behle Second Row Bob Wllls Rlchord George Dove Lnnk Roy Moul Cllfford Fenler Jim Steele Mr Lange Sponsor 120 Dot Dot Dot Dosh Dash Dosh Dot Dot Dot Collnng oll members of Rodno Club' Study your code ond theory lessons ond obtonn your HAM operotor lncenses soon Remember the purposes of our club ore to promote on Interest In omoteur roduo ond to teoch oll students nnterested un leornung obout roduo Under the tune guldonce of our sponsor Mrs Browley ond of Nuck Stegung our presldent ond only licensed member we ore corryung out these purposes Well sngn off for now See you ot the shock fellow members Over ond Out gg 3 'WT i-3112-s 5 Debate Club . Resolutlon, PPTSIIUSIOH, Conuctmn IL, Dove Queen Do e Stobenow Steve Roy Bull Bushop Poul Roldt Poul Parsons Joe Gordo Johnny Hnckey Resolved That the purposes of the Debote Club sholl be to ocquount students with technrques of debotung ond to provlde for them opportunntaes to debote Argument Debotung buulds self reluonce ond contudence nn one s be lnefs os well os gnvnng o superuor command of the longuoge To thot end oc quomtonce wlth technsque ond debotung proctnce ns necessary Conclusnon The Debate Club sholl portlcupote ln tournoments such os the Bellomor Tournoment ond the St Louus ond St Louus County debotes held ot Webster 121 I O O O . . I i X I Q ,i 2 , C I Tu Ju 1 ul-.,s,i, I , X t Rl le lub . argels, Tuenly Tuos, Trlangulatlon 5 Ili Front Row Bruce Conard Dave Stabenow Jean Whlte Charles Slade Don Frelhoff Second Row .llm Bass Nnck Macrocla Joan Brand Kathy Lawrence Klm Schwenk Carolyn Wenss Shella Cook Sandy Hartmann Albert Netzelo Randall Moyes Larry Yocom Thrrd Row Charles l-lunze Brll l-'leggarty Fred Schnelder Ed Copeland Ken Dreltlern Charles Wlegand Brlan McWrlIlams Fred Neal Ray James Bull Ulery Dan Wotawa Fourth Row Don McDowell Wayne Wlese Tom Gardner Doug McGrath Nrck Boye Terry Kester Wayne Wren Allan Brune Ronald Wlese Roy Chrlsco Curtls Braun Flfth Row .lack Jennrngs Terry McReynolds Jae Morrls Ted Feller Jlm Gary Howard Jenklns Larry Pelmann Ron Allen Jae Cocclabanda Srxth Row Tom Hulett George Llnne Walter Thles Stephen Ganz Rlchord Kowalskl Duck l-lusted Randy Adler Rlchard Trampe John Drew Rrchard Ohlemeyer Chuck Pelton Ready Arm Flre' The Rrfle Club as at rt agaln' The members are busy learmng the proper use of frrearms and at the same tame they are learnrng the ways of good sportsmanship Every Wednesday evenrng the club shoots practlclng for the Rlfle Competltlons whlch are held ln the sprung Sponsor Mr Kenny IS well pleased wnth the progress the group rs makrng and wrth the large turnout thus year Bang Bong -J l22 o a , ca . - , , 99 - 0 0 , I wo F TT rsfwff tr My v. ' '. .L Q , ,lu QQ i - 11 Meg . V- . - ' . Jani! V M Ln - ' , . . I K. tt V A . , I C, - . .. " , 1 .A l . V X I ' S4 .4 y . , f , ' lb f . . 5 - . pi .A . 4 4 N 1 . ' 5 . . f ,,,. r , , - r r , r 1 1 , 1 I I 1 ' I I I I I f , r r , - 1 , 1 I r I I I A I ' I I , , , , , , r , 11 A . . ,, . , . . I I ' " - 1 I , . , . ' ' II 'jj 'W C, ..- l Bowling Club . Splits, Strikes, and Spares Front Row Joan Rallus Mary Jo Colluns June Lynch Carolyn Weuss Carol Hacfner Janet Gardner Mary Elmendorf Morulyn Bay Shurley Puckett lrene Marlault Second Row June Hunt Denelle Deck Susan Hudson Mary Ann Kowalok Jaan Phullups Morgue Bean Joyce Kramer Joy Suchman Julue Haltgrewe Jana Nash Thurd Row Betty Zuroweste Kum Schwenk Maruanne Heckethorn Lorna Dale Lynn Harrus Barbara Boley Frances Wuse Rose Smuth Kay Krutzman Nancy Duttruch Beverly Rhoades Fourth Row Gary Frost Ken Dreutlern Jum Bollunu Jerry Sutter Jum Bernsen Karl Jackson Fred Schneuder Ron l-lalbach Fufth Raw Ed Wes sel Jerry Amelung Ruchard Trampe Robert Klos Dave Bandy Bull Bennett James Crews lt us Monday evenung We are at the Ferguson Bawlung lanes Here we see l2 teams made up of members Secretary Carol Weuss rallung un a guvung assustance and advuce to all cause they luke the spartsmanshup of Ferguson Hugh s Bowlung Club There s splut And there s Mr lmpey the sponsor who need ut Some members are here be and skull requured un the game Some luf they re gurlsl know that they can get G A A creduts un thus way Others realuze that bowlung us vurtually the only sport actuvuty they can play now and keep on playung untul they re grandparents and then there are those who lust luke fun and the rewards of a game well played' Strrruke' Now THAT S a REWARD' 123 O I 1 1 1 u I I u ' ' A I I ' ' I I I - . . . , , ' I , V' f ,' I W , u f A! . u u Ruling Club tables, Saddles, and Brldle Paths F!!! nib. 3231 Front Row Jo Del Tooke Virginia Standley Kathy Joyce Sally Pope Jane Schuman Kathy Jones Sue Hatfield Norma Word Second Row Pam Brown Carolyn Wildeisen Bonnie Lorenz Kathleen Lang Laurie Nienaber Pat Dunlop Judy Kunznick Virginia Asikainen Third Row Natalie Pierson Carol Van Hise Kay Krutzman Sue Buescher Dolores Heggie Carol Douglas Joan Rallis Judi Wallweber Fourth Row Mary Jo Collins Betty Burgess Jo Ann Gentry Ted Kopecky Bob Coffman Nancy Huey Carol Tilley Judy Allen 124 Tally Ho? To the Hounds? There goes the riding club' And it is quite a club this year--over twenty-five advanced riders, and almost that number of be- ginners, too. As often as the weather permits, you can find these equestrians astride their trusty mounts galloping along the trails of riding parks in the vicinity, Besides riding for enjoyment, the club members are also learning good saddle techniques. Miss Nichols sponsors the group and accompanies them on all their excursions . Clippety'Clop--Clippety-Clap . Modern Dance . . . Leotards, Leaps, and Litho Cyrations Front Row Vurgunua Stondley Jo Del Tooke Judy Fortel Pat Dunlop Carol Douglas Lorna Dale Second Row Susan Moore Mar gone Gruffufh Lunda Raudt Janette Cobb Sandy Adkuns Muss Kuppunger Sponsor We fund the members of the modern dance club gracefully bendung swayung and whurlung They are unterpretung' And as they use 'rheur bodues to express udeos and emotuons they are ot the some fume buuldung body con frol and co ordunatuon Thus physucal co ordunatuon makes for pouse grace and good posture And the doncung ufself makes for fun and componuonshup' So Dance gurls Donce' 125 f 1 1 I 1 1 A ' 1 ' f f 1 u 1 ' 1 , . . I - ' - ' I u 1 - l26 Art lub . Talent, Tlffllllllqlle, Tempra' Kneeltng Mr Voos Sponsor Front Row Anuta Turner Nellue Graber Glorna Muckle Rose Ann Muckle Carol Leonard Jane Nolte Mary Jane Jones Patty Copeland Sharon Bradford Agnes Mallnson Second Row Marylyn Madden Jackie Blackwell Regma Stewe Marzlyn Schwab Ruth Ann Bundbeutel Ann Bartelsrneyer Erleen OShea Janet Knecht Barbara Turnbough Judy Roberts Thrrd Row Barbara Thompson Carol Wayne Mary Jo Colluns Jan Tullock Jane Mesnuer Carol Langehennug Joan Rallus Bar bara Boyce Carole Grtmm Fourth Row Mary Ann Kowalak Erlka Zaetsch Pat Prechocnnsku Fred Ruedvger Larry Hart Ed Rut ledge Kam Schwenk Mary Jean Hanrahan Judy Crouse Well Bless my Beret and Palette' lt s the Art Club' These are the students responsuble for the holuday decoratuons nn the cafeterna and for the Art Festrval that s held In the sprung They sponsor the Centerpnece Contest too And when they aren t actung luke Pucasso they re goang on fleld trips lustennng to guest speakers or watching demonstratuons learning all about the vnsual arts' The presudent thus year ns Jane Dal: Nolte and Mr Voos ns the sponsor F ,ff ""Y"' 0 O O I f O . V t.'. - '-I Y 'E -1 Q Q. - 14- g - 4' 1 I t ' U 6 , ' l . 7 t . - V 1 .. ' . . .. 11 , ' . I . I 9 X N ' , . I 1 lfif ' Q l 1 -Q 1' S l 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 - 3 1 1 , . . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : f 1 1 I r 1 I 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 - I 1 . . . r 1 - A , . , . .V . , . . 1 I ' I I I -- ' ' - - ll -H . , . S ' , . S ,-ad. 'Jlg ' ' I , 1 i V J, 1' - I J 2 'P i 1 11. Creative Writing . . . Poets, Plots, Covered Dishes .r-P Y " s 3- Mnss Nnchols Pct Field Lorna Dale Barbara Rohne Audrey Collet Jackue Arnuck Sandy Nernonlck Errko Zaetsch Monlyn Flesch Once upcn a tnme a group of students gathered together to develop their to ents n the tuelds of poetry ond prose They had 0 monthly rneetrng They read their selectlons They exchanged C1 cheery greeting They made thesr correctlons lAnd even spent tame eating? Achneved their perfectlons And before the nlght And they layed happily hod :ts close ever Qffer .V D I I r 1 I I I I 4 I I ' - - y . . . 'xg , 1 F T. A. Trains Teachers 0 omorrou' Front Row: Jackie Amick, Anita Turner, Erika Zaetsch, Miss Nourse, Sponsor, Barbara Rohne, Joy Suchman. Second Row Me Franke, Marjorie Feller, Jackie Deschu, Valerie Faygal, Joan Yancey, Marilyn Schlueter, Colleen Sheble. Third Row: Michele Gal lais, Jackie Simpson, Annette Morotz, Judy Allen, Frances Bogue, Nancy Dittrich. 128 5 .N ., , 5 v ' - , . In Aiimnf FTMBTQQ WEDJAN H , RCDM BQ Q -up The Future Teachers of America Club welcomes any student interested in teach- ing. By acquainting the individual with all phases of the teaching profession--its opportunities, responsibilities, and its im- portance to a democracy--the club helps him to explore his interests and abilities in that field. Besides learning how and where instructors receive their training, and the requirements and standards of teaching, the club members study the lives and influence of great teachers. The F. T. A, also cultivates within the student those qualities of scholarship, leadership, and personality so necessary not only to teachers but to any successful person. Safety lo ans . . . une Driving front Row Richard Steinkarnp, Douglas Gillies, Brian McWilliams, Mr Crawtord, Sponsor, Larry l-ludgins, Ray James Back Row. Larry Hart, Ray Olson, Ted Feller, Larry Peiman, Floyd Blackard, Richard George, "l will make safe driving my business when operating any car I will drive an automo- bile only when duly authorized , I will be courteous . l will follow the golden rule when driving " The above is a part of the Cooperation Pledge which is signed by all members of Ferguson High School's Automobile Club. The members of this organization are helping to encourage both safe driving and safe drivers The club was formed as an "outgrowth" of a subcommittee of the Safety Committee which was interested in promoting better driving habits It is patterned after a similar clisb that was in exis- tence about three years ago As a putt of their program this year, the group nas planned a safety check of the faculty and stu- dent cars 129 l FlrsIAlr1Ass1slanlQ Front Row Nellne Graber Pom Brown Mlchele Troyls Pot Dunlop Borboro Rohne Mory ,lone Jones Prnsclllo Josprlng Carol Ahrens Duane Guedrnghogen Secrnd Rrw Anno Turner Joon Phlllnps Margaret Feller Tretts Bnllue Former Judx Fortel The A B C s of Seruce through Morllyn Wortrnon Keren Voges Borboro And to the Injured Books to the Students Clerucol Help to the Admrnrstrotuon 'Slam l ll'l'ASSlSflIlIlS F nt Row Judy Wllson Monlyn Blogkwtl Co A no Angle Gul tto Lynette Pont lrmo Stnlts Second Row Carolyn Leonard R berto Yordley Jonlce Sod l Sondy Bra r J c GQ dole Barb Melton Thlrd Row Joy Lonslng Helen Delfroncesco Normo Wahl Jone Mesnler Drcne MCCJ u.,lT 130 O O O u 1 I l l v- r 1 I I 1 I I 1 . 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Ferguson Rlven lew d Scoring Ferguson touch owns Hoffman I l Point after touchdown -Morgan :placement RIN en lem ioudrdowna Huenteld Bufflngton Tat after touchdown Huenfeld ! acemen Substitutions Ferguson Tucker Raup Beattie Atkms Alexander Q' urs SK ermer NlcAlllster Stes ens L Rm er DQ ver Huenfeld th fl :YQ-A n one of .ff '43 s Clayton Rl enlew 1 Q- Olhel' K ' ly has been un hr smce easy vxctorres have been achreved over 0Fal on Tech and Berkeley The omets frgure to have therr frrst stern battle agamst an I ran lub whrch has droppeo rts st wo games-at Mattoon Ill and at Ladue-by a IOYBI of erght Jornts The scores were 13 rand Kltcht CFO S Daxls Ferguson ll'h Bt-rkrl nl nn Plawr Kendr- m TI deregler Bruno Rlservlevr Bu! n Penberlhy C Roper Vllr 5-ii, 31" mcals Referee Branch 5 sl.. lv- '59, 'Oh' -'lhbmmon Head lmeaman lf W A ,Z .K U rg z cv' 7 'YH Comets Tiki 'N "'-ef: ' 'U l I S.,....,B.,K:.'2.:: we eff' -49, L as .1 e are 1 XV tue a 4, f 13, ,ripe lon 2' y1r'k,l-v 4 aged b .ldh by Geonnge Alex arly in lthe second quarter Soon after fthe kickoff to O Fhllon 'hhe 'Comets' wok con tfrol again and Mme Rapp ran 38 yards four ltihe seoornd T D of tlhe game Ferguson held the upper hand t.hroufg'h the reunadnder of the seoornd qulamtea' and during the tlurd quarter' OFla.lllon made only 32 yunrvds rushing ln the 'Wposed to he hard thlrd quart 99 yard- hittlrv Y Raglan 99 f ' ' Q' I . 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J- ,lt ar'L. the scorerswmh Huen 11 M' halftm esent h1gtlwe:o1:'lspolll1Qx'i onbyMa.rlly'n .anandBev Cluton Beane ran Rh -1' furst doerly Remholz both excellant opening ldckntf bank X 4""'lp-"fy" the Comebazton twu-lerrs to the accom Fgguggn34yn.z-dline ,5""' 4 7581141 headspammentoftheband pLaya1ata'A1eJmnderwe.s1 'g5':Sgif'g'5eP8!10f!-'IIBCC Pergllstmwlllseekduursec ed to punt and Rivervlew won JV- "5ulted m a reoovond vrctory Saturday afternoon overonthe'lrown30 When the Rams fumbled an the next play itlooked like Fd' g'uson's 'ball as three or four Comet players rolled rtihe ball laround 'Rte Barns tmaly re.- 00VC!iIhiJl.lgh,bl.ltP1l'llE!3 diana minute lata' When Alesoander puntad lflhonlv 'thereaftu' it 9017161 134 for Ferguson at 2 00 when they will play Berkeley at the Berkeley 1-hgh The umpteenth fumble of School Stadium g'amelostthebal.l1ntheRaGameataG1ano,, agaa:nOnthenextpLa.yHu perg ond held woxe his way tltmtgh 'No of play, Comet team to sllp by mr fs:-1,-st Downs touchdownotthegame Heygydg gagging- 235 lowed up on the extra pAvg Gain Rushmg 472 73 U3 WW-h B Peffecl kick Passes Attempted 8 Y.e!1100I1 1, 1? To Krrkw Wi o mtercepted pas of a fumbled put s from center set wns yesterday d Ploneers wallr n Comets 331 1 Bug Srx Leagu Morley s c o fl touchdowns the rd run set up b ed pass and the 5yard dash after son uson center pass an ered Del Campbell 831115 .lm the l followmg rec B9-'keith """ "a fumbled punt on th dogs t quarter el When Berlocr. ved to punt early rn the second qfuar ter Drck Morgan returned the ball to the fwe and four plays later caught a touchdown pass Ln the end zone Alexander ran the plgslun over for thepomt after touch down The Bulldogs fumbled the krckorff and the Comets recov red on the 50 Though hmder ed by penaltxes the Fe.rg'usoln team fought T16 Berkeley 20 nded Du 'wrt g'2 es Fw --3w-nib Joh mar mem game The fx plaved mght at za gnddron wu. games with my teams and the reserve expert ence gamed at Berkeley mrghi well bw rs contrlbuung faotnr toward lllfuture 'Comet Victor m Despxtle the fact that U City lost then' last game 76 Ito a strong Ladue teaml they are gmng to be a rough team D0 beat so lets all turn out to nel' l0 and Don Wamwr turned an mtercepted yards to score Drck Morgan scor Ferguson touchdowns yards wrth a Krrkwoor land 50 yards mth a punt Ray Douglass ran for the f al Krrkwoc down -1 3 K 5 i :fr E 1- 1 F'-Z FF' Der r 'UZUFDNBJII' re S ndexe-gster Ylxe-rs lrllcr O D 5 2 'tz12::r::n-1 Zan ands. 'i lf xrzusnn YDS mm llamemo Xlr ll uitlas men! rl H sell K ll UP cn: li ska ' Lehn ea lm rran I. l we received ckot! we tu oodrooornred. ollowed up wl J and the score i,od33Ferg'uson Morgan .lhowed Splut though four c play herva.n80 fu-st Ferguson trac' Iaatemthethbd iOomets lnitlated a. but lost theballor lulB.Pl0I1f'6!S'W'l.lUh8lQ left ln the game The Ploneefrswer punn.thoug'h.andL theballbackforhia sonssecond'!' D 'Pherestofthegv ewd u 5Colnofs Win Over 'Webster Groves p Lost Friday Night Fx-1daynlghtattheFerg'uson 8-adiurnwebder Gmvvea tell bdoretlheiknnet teambya 800l'eot88-12.'Phetaxiuiowzm forI"ewg'uoonweresconedby1 Rmwxurmm.. Kenuofmumqzy ' Ray Bennent21a.nd Dick! Margin: Dldcalsornodeboth theextmpolnta l Ne:laorn0'endz.awmadeboth, TDaf0rWebsterandNorr'rn Schweongkickalm1hePAT Ffrgimmireoelvedtheldck ortfbutalltrermakirgoneftr-st down the 1Oom1etg andwebesterreooveredom Fecrg'uoon42 Five plays later -cltippedhasway rsreilergusonndefense the fifrBtT D of 'Dre 'Comets' camebackto tlet.heg'amewithaseriaoLf19 plays capped by a. pass from Alexander to Morgan. webew-rmnuedonuiekrok' off return and the alert Comet defence pounced on aheball Alexander-wvasfotroedftopunt however and Orensha.wag'a.1n FT-Trim Falls Boforo U City, byKu'lJeumon 'Ihe'Oome'to lodtixelrflrst oonlerencegurnetotrheUOlty 'Indians Frldaynghtby ooorr'eot13M Thetwot downalfom-Ferg'uaonwe' edbyK0nI-lbmrnnn Miller Berrnlelfeln- uhreetcuchdowrris l.lnB'I.!C0s1QTl'lf otherone The Indians 'Comets toll Shortly theme the Oovrnletol offense went minutes later .E the drlve with r f0!'theT D ot Ana' the Ink vv-asdrufledfmm theotherandbac. thequartenetvjeti Early in T-he sec Fexgrusonttlnldiedar ofvpiayawiuhafl' Dp Alexandettol-Mtfrnanh, theacor'e6-6. ffl? ' EI Burroughs Rocks Tallies, Jeff Cify, Rifenour .M .,,., QW team in And Ferguson Tie a touchdown crlve. Amer Cren- shaw rnade the second, and By HQWARD KEE use ha' Ladue and East St. Louis ran roughshod over their opponents was th-neg last night to wrap up title ties in their respective high school foot- gd gm- the Comet! ball leagues At the same time the Rams and the Flyers also re- mained in the undefeated and Webstq- fxk qggjn few muuxtee Latter-:Ita e Coma Burroughs Bombers et drlrvedred gusonheh' ended. D 34 F-m.,1 All three clubs now l at hay records for the year aaglsmotliered Brentwood o- 1 Suburban Middle Srx 1St Louis swamped 61-0 in a Southwe onference affair r ighs won at Jef mud 13-0 in a ement the game ers battle u-mg the n 3 RPVE.'!'V16VN s through on a group o FS After ms the Rams ca"" sidt oorna T-he 8 .otefs subsequex up me T D which iced the game for Ferguson complete Pty s down on der ard A el four and t.heOo er-onth.e'irow'n32 ,+g't,hef1.rstqua.rterecr1t Ferguson mane two mth the J obo to a tre trap 'ut home yard Ram 1 e d the r-gan s half er F6981 band gav halftime show "' ed the 5, was Haliovween first downs and C8-IT! to me Riverview 5 yard line to make their third A d9SPem'f'e goal nm- stand on the Pwr of the Rams held the Comets fm' four Straight Plays 9-nd the George Alexanders lm was returned by Buffingtx Ruvervuew 90 yards HTOUDI right smile for a tiouchdow FQFUIIHJTI ca.me back w Berrisen scored on a r-u.n af 1 gm,-gpg thrvougrh the right side and , , :LE passppigj, m Whlch from then on the 'Comets had gr ran pvtdhed out to Alex control of the game who trhrfw a. toudhdown pl red h S mm ' Heh -Ioffman in the end zone atpamfrom Alexra rm 2 an To1naruna.r""' The ball shared from one ,o anoth 3 T' ' 1 By Bob Pd The electric scord lhowed 8 minutes,I remaining in the iii the Ferguson Coml like Lirne was nmri their drive to scort touchdown against' Clty in l Big Slx fuotbalf game last Il A1 a matter of 414 Slncl was about hy Just remlmed in the hal figures showed beer irculty in operating at Fergusons field George Alexander tt off started to his lei his field and pitch to.end Rich Miller Im- a touchdown bo of Pat Caseys gra way That 23 yard play score 12 12 Fergu- mark of the evening Indians showmg awe er on the ground dovms and 362 yal rushing-'Woke the tie and rolled past t opponent 25-12 Inq: Bun for S Bruce Singmen we A packed Comets ln raced the :parse se. yargdrfor U City s ti down It finished march from the sc kickoff After Ferl halted short of mn punted the Indians 80 yard touchdown carried into the foul Bernie Feinstein tul end for the frnal 15' has third touchdot Dave Jones ran for extra point of the ah! 'va v 952 Jar aqg'-our 793' worn thre ,J rtKu'kwood 1nL,, Udo-ck md home games 4 coflfef'-'mee The Bulldogs err' of was n , l o ogs sor as-vw 'Q use -um V B Xi-e oc lc field rw' 0 spectatt to provide fi at tendance at tht' will be sup s,,"f4' The Comets had ated on in their the Indlars 1 rst time thev g 63 yards on 4 10 lead Fein two yards ol recovered 1 the seconl up a 28yaq Alex dd Dov mln..-gf-pq second scorl whir' a ming attack r were 28 and a 23 r' Sokolik nstei 'Sl rw 5 'ff' if-v ,ur 5'-f exg it ya Comets Come ,., Back came the CU -75:1 66 yard ride of t ported by the fully uniformed Ber Ii d h h rg keley High Band which will be night. " B' fgelggcivlhlattriagaf uarte 2 3 4 'total rformmg before and during the they scored Alexander-s kickoff was mr P9 :- ned back to the 35 by 1t21eFeI'g 0 6113 19 lgamg Ferg U Oxy' Other Suburban I. Indians a.ndanawg'roupot'W9b G N I oonfplays U C1-ty plays culminshedlnan mtbowns off tackle slant by Feimbem for the third touchdown or! the game Ferguson came back with another long drive for their sfcofnd score late in the fits' hal! Thefpaas wasagamthzrown Ferguson s Early TDs Yuthpasing Floor Berkelev, I3 O Aw plan yas in the Mr 46 layton defeated B 15 413 and Mapleu 362 rrsed St Charles 3 4 ert Sewing scored t 21nd B111 Stocklas 32 layton the latter o 1 0 and 60 yards Do N Yd scored two TD 135 f . . ',,,,: .' I II A . , . A . , . , n t . I A-K I , ,I p Q . . ' V v .5 ' ' y ' s' l ' A 4 b I - . . Shu 1 I , . , . ', ' -for U . ' , , s ' . ' ' ' Al: ' ' ' . - . 1 ' V 4 I . - l ... X . . Y 4 . - ll 1 0 , I 'Lf- - . - - . f L..." , 1.12-lf, , s. " ' - ,.. ,. . . M , , . .. .. r W ,, of '- ', ' ' ' . , . f , I ' ' .:': ' . ' , 'Y - . ,, A . . . . ' . I ' ' I . I ' 1 . 'I Y I I I ' rg . . 1 CC s, 1 " A - 3 1 . . Q ' . . ' . . . 1 Q , l t tr ' :A is 1 1:1 - - ' - . , 1 rn I . 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V - ,rg 'M'-fa... at ' .',- ' , rr H ' D .ha 'X , nf gg ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' -- 5f'3.7f 'JFQVLZ F ' -' - ' . y . 1 ' 5- I A 42- , 1 i A 1 . 1 I A '-C ' . -- -1 . . . 6 'r o o uri ' - ' ' ' 1 ' . lr I 5 - - ' ' 78 ' , ' 6 . . , 4 . 1 I 61 3 , . ' 5 ' , ' . ' - ' " . . 5 I 'sf 1 ' ' s----J --v-3' .VI - 'tial' '52, ci , 4 ' ,fr ,n Q fs' , rdf' OPPONENT THEY WE O'Fallon O l9 Berkeley O l3 LJ-City 25 l2 Webster l3 38 Kirkwood 33 l3 Riverwiew I3 l3 Ritenaur l2 I2 Maplewood 6 l3 Ncrmandy l 3 O This year's Varsity team has a record at four wins, three losses, and two ties. One of our more outstanding games was that with Webster. We had o score ot 35-l3, The touchdowns tor this game were scored by Ron Willman lll, Ken Hoffman l2l, Ray Bernsen l2l, and Dick Morgan lll, Dick also made both extra points, The "Comets" played an ex- cellent game and all the ploy- ers are ta be congratulated-- especially the linemen who Luv 4 never get the glory, but who LL LJ ' I lf' f V, are the workharses of the team. ' -A 7'- lfli. . ww' , 'A,. A1 c-fzf ,, .1 f fy i - , ' me L 1 fr f' I LK I c -' Q Varsit F00lball'1l1arn 'L EK fp, A Front Row: Rich Miller, Rich Reinhalz, Steve Meyer, Dan Kenner, Wayne Fields, Jim Denny, Ron Sonderegger, Al Cool, Ken Hoff- man. Second Row: Fred l-lattman, Clayton Beattie, Ron Willman, Ray Bernsen, Dick Morgan, Rich Rees, George Alexander, Mike Repp, Cliff Schott, Dick Stantield Third Row: Garry Fathman, Dennis Bruno, Randy Adler, Jock Grbcic, Terry Preston, Dean Spauld- ing, Glen Vessel, Norman Krutzman, Eugene Westerman, Noel Orell, Jeff Estes, Fourth Row: Don Brancato, Jim Adkins, Standley Ries, Doug McGrath, Lee Lemouth, Ray Wienstroer, Neil l-lertenstein, Ran Lockwoan, John Dowell, Charles Fahrenhalz Fifth Rowi Al lhle, Ron l-lalbach, Fred Phillips, and Mr Johnson, Mr McDaniels, Mr. Griepenstroph, Coaches ophomore Football Team Front Row: Bob Degeneff, l.ew Ameel, Bob Spillenkothen, James Cobb Dennis Kennedy Dean Burgess Bill Kirby Ed Panagos Jock Patterson, Glen Stewart, Mike Meroney, Bill Miskelly. Second Row Brad Huther Jay Heodrick Steve Shugert Frank De Fran cesco, John Sonderegger, Ed Stomper, Ron Wiese, Nick Bove Milton Van Hook Dennis McReynolds Ed Schmidt Mr Prokop Coach, Third Row: Jim Bass, Leslie Robinson, Darrel Parke Jack Garrett Bud Warner Tom Guin Lon Kennett Larry l-larting Rick Brewer, Bob Cook, Ron Kruse. Sophomores Scores: OPPONENT THEY WE Berkeley 12 46 U. City 7 2l Webster l3 7 Kirkwood 2l 7 Hazelwook l8 0 Ritenour 6 0 Ferguson Jr. High l3 ld Normandy l3 l3 The Sophomore football team has finished a fine season of 3 wins, 4 losses, and l tied game. The boys have accomplished much this season. They were able to change from the T-formation to the single wing offense very quickly when all but one of our quarterbacks were unavailable. Some of the boys on this year's squad will make very good replacements for the graduating members of the Varsity squad. 49 '. 9' .' I . ' - ,' Home Y-' Norem ber l 0 - I s 9 Q l 'Q u Q . ,-5 ng-, Commg 6-8, 1958 . ' 0 'Q , u X I vu 4 n BM ,' 'Q n u Q . , . 'S x ,BA . K Q , K Q O 0 s'.4 U 'an 'N 'HF r K1 r -QM., 4F 'XC .N ff , J, , ,' ' NV- Kp ." 7 .14 H' , 5 v I 44 N ' A ig K 4" F 3516 W E- : rd- - ,uv Dc , , rm ' f , . FN rnirai P , L1 1 X, S 4. 5 . , 1 L Jqw pw TL N ' ,F- P wx.: i F: r UQ All A C-:ecrge Alexormer ii Lhc'Q1Qe CEWTEV, Fmwargt QUOQ1 if an , L vu n Ulck Varsit Basketball Team The l958-59 basketball season saw the Ferguson Comets win 5 out of their 2l games. Although this record is far from impressive, the season was filled with many exciting games. One of the more mem- orable games was the game we played with Web- ster on their court. The Comets kept control of the ball and shot only when it was a sure thing. Although we lost the game, it showed great versa- tility on the part of the Comets. There were only 3 seniors that comprised this year's team. One of these, Dick Morgan, captain, had an average of ll l 2 points a game which is the highest average for a guard in recent Ferguson basketball history. One prediction made by this year's coach, Mr. Hoemann, is that next year's team will be taller. Front Row. Dick Morgan, Ron Norris, Howard Hickey, Don Mason, Dan Kenner, Dick Rees, Ray Ward, George Linne, Bob Mc- Donald. Back Row: Mr. Hoernann, Coachg Lonnie Lohrneyer, Lyle Stomper, Harry Hussman, Bob Hermeyer, Rad Mclntosh, Garry Fathrnan, George Alexander. ' 1 Y 2 Kneeling: James Haynie. Front Row: Charlie Martin, John Clark, Bob Spillenkothen, Jon Questell, Glen Stewart, Dale Crawford Leo Bieber, Steve Jacobi, Richard Kowalski. Back Row: Nick Bridges, Ed Stomper, Dennis Kennedy, Dennis Bruno, Bill Sherman Rick Lischer, Dave Werner, James Cobb, Paul Gnadt, Mr. Prokop. Coach. aa 99 B US Bl Cl Pam Dec. 5 Hazelwood Dec. 9 Berkeley Dec. l2 Normandy Dec. I6 Pattonville Dec. l9 Webster' Dec. 26-30 Normandy Christmas Tourney Jan. 6 Wellston Jan. 9 Normandy' Jan. l3 Beaumont Jan. I6 Ritenour' Jan. 23 Riverview' Jan. 26-30 Webster Tourney Week Feb. 3 Jennings Feb. 6 U-City' Feb. lO Maplewood' Feb. l3 Ladue' Feb. I7 Soldon Feb. 20 St. Charles Feb. 27 Kirkwood' March -- Regionals 'Denotes League Games The B-team is comprised ot all Sophomore boys and is coached by Mr. Prokop, A tournament at Ladue for all Sophomore teams in the large school division was held during the week of January 26 with the winners receiving trophies, The season began on an experimental basis with all boys having an opportunity to demonstrate their skill in bath offensive and defensive plays. Later in the season players were assigned to definite positions. With a successful season behind us, we are sure that these boys will add real power to our varsity squad next year. 144 Baseball With six lettermen returning to the squad, Mr. FERGUSON HlGH BASEBALL SCHEDULE l959 Tschannen, coach of the team, expects to have o successful season this year. Those lettermen re- turning are Dick Stanfield, George Alexander, Ron Wessel, Dick Morgan, and Mike Repp. Last year's Varsity closed a very exciting season with fourteen wins, three losses, and one tie. They placed second in the Suburban League. Dave Spa- doni, a graduate of last year, was the team's lead- ing pitcher. The outstanding hitter was Dick Stan- field a senior this tear April 2 3 7 9 lO I3 14 May l9 Hazelwood Wellston Normandy' U. City' Hazelwood Normandy' St Charles' Lodue Ritenour Riverview Gardens Clayton Kirkwood Webster Groves Wellston 9 State Tournament Country Day Ritenour St Charles Riverview Gardens There Here There Here Here Here There There There Here There There Here There There Here Here There League Games Game Time 4 p m i' Front Row Al Rob nson Dean Spaulding Ron Wessel George Alexande Mike Repp Dick Morgan Dick Stanfield Steve Rusnock Second Ro Roy Chrisco Bc Sp Ilenliothen Bob Degenett Terry VlcReynoId Ho ard Hckey Glen Vessel Wayne Fields Bacl- Ro Mr T chonnen Ccach Denn s McRe-ynolds Dean Burgess R ch Carden Leroy Paridy Bob Coffrnann I f,' ' lk 21 ' f 23 ' ' ' 24 28 ' ' 30 ' l 4- ll l2 ' ' l4 . , ll "J A .- K ,. l X A K ' Q 5 . Z . -,, i t . Track 1959 The l958 season was a hrghly successful one tn dual meet competltnon We won fave meets lostng just two and we also won two practuce meets The hugh ltghts of last years results lnclude Bull Robb s state effort at Columbua rn the pole vault ll l lO l the mule relay team s lowertng of the school mark l3 34 ol Behle Gronemeyer Hardun Wetnert the two mule relay wlnnung ftrst at the Maplewood Relays C8 39 Hardtn Demay l-lundelt Wennertl Gary Gronemeyers ftne hurdltng efforts for new school marks l2O hugh hurdles N653 and l8O low hurdles C21 63 and the ftne performances by such outstandung junuor dlvusuon competitors as Wrenert Wtese and Beattte Thus years team ts lacktng both an expertence and depth wuth only frve sensors berng on the squad The pole vault dashes dnscus and 440 events ap pear to be the strongest and the junlor dlveslon has a good chance of wunntng tn the newly formed Luttle Sax Meet whnch wlll be held at Ladue thus year Front Row Jerry Steloff Dale Wtsnlewsku Jock Garrett Steve Shugert T m Gardner Make Meroney Jtm Muckerman Joe Smrth John Norman Jack Patterson Pat Alwood Btll Heggarty Second Row James Cobb Larry Schwartz Ed J hngon Ron Hglbgcl-1 Charles Ellls lnrn McNutly Jtm Duncan Don Frenhoff Wayne Wte e Torn Wagener Bull Gaston Thlrc Row Terry Kester George Sessen Don Brancato Rtch Muller Dan Kenner Howard Ker tune Lee Lehmuth Charlle Gen ler Jeff Brewer Bob McDonald Fourth Row Ruchard Kowalskr Jam Walla Ed Panagos Warren Hogan Davad Ltnk Jack Grbcuc Eugene Westermon Dennns Dnckhans Bob l-lermeyer Bob Joseph Randy Adler Back Row Mr McDanuels Coach Doug Grlltes Clayton Beattte Wayne Parcel Dave Bandy Bob Ezell Jay Petrea Stan Rtes Garry Fathman Jrm Walker Mr Koprlvrca Asststant Coach A 145 I I . , I , 1 , , A . , , . . ' 1 . . , , , - . , . , . 1 1 . , , . , , . - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 , . . . , . . I . 1 L ' , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 5 S , , 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 5 c 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 , . , 1 1 1 1 , , , 1 1 - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , , 4 - , pn - Wrestling Front Row: Bill Schmidt, Mike Repp, John Stevens, Melvin Franke, Manager, Jack Nichols, Fred Hottman, Dave Morgan, Clayton Beattie, Harrell Quillmon, Steve Meyers. Second Row: Ken Fields, Leslie Robinson, Ron Woebling, Tom Tucker, Sonny Kattelman, Terry McReynolds, Wayne Fields, Ed Schmidt, DOD Miller, Glen Vessel, Jeff Brewer, Darrel Parke. Back Row: Mr. Koprivika, Coach, Jerry Tindall, Ray Bernsen, Ron Kruse, Tom Guin, Robert Brown, Don Moore, Leroy Paridy, Jack Powell, Dean Burgegg, Jim Bernsen, K This yeor's wrestling season was a very success- ful one for F.H.S. The season's record was I2 wins and 5 losses with many interesting and exciting matches. The team, under the coaching ot Mr, Koprivica, a new comer to Ferguson this year, was very proud to have beaten Ritenour in the district meet at Hazelwood. The reason for their anxiety was the fact that Ferguson had not defeated Ritenour for eleven years. Mike Repp, honorary captain this year, did a very commendable iob. Dick Stanfield who had played three years ot basketball, changed to wrest- ling in his senior year and won the state champion- ship in his division. Clayton Beattie, a sophomore, has started oft his high school wrestling career 146 very well because he also won first place in his division. There were twenty boys who received a major letter -- Clayton Beattie, Dean Burgess, Larry Cald- well, Darnell Parke, Gary Doyle, Ken Fields, Wayne Fields, Fred Hoffman, Steve Masteronni, Terry Mc- Reynolds, Dave Morgan, Steven Myers, Jack Nich- ols, Jack Powell, Mike Repp, Bill Schmidt, Ed Schmidt, Dick Stanfield, John Stevens, and Ron Waebling. There were also seven boys receiving minor letters: Ray Bernsen, Bob Hahs, Frank Har- rold, Ron Kruse, Leroy Paridy, Harrell Quillman, and Leslie Robinson. The results of the State Wrestling Tournament which was held at Kirkwood High on February 20 and 2l were as follows: Kirkwood placed second, Ritenour took first place, and Ferguson took third. ,.,ff , l U UUW GUS M980 QV Lwnne S huler Sandy Thrr r a harhe af lcnej C ns C3 ci Pep Club reached a all tame hugh thus xear wrth almost 300 members t cheer therr eam o Vrctor We are hoops t e ur sbonscr r Vx: Lll6TOr'v wlflw us fur the C ma 6 A xerx 'rne Homecomrna was planned b cane fn tees at g ls from the Peo Club Thus xears l-lomecomrng held on Noscmber 6 7 8 lncluded c pep rall Tnursdax exenrng a tcotball game w th Maolewowo Prldm exenlng and the llmcx was the l-lomeccmrng dance on Saturt We were uct rr cus rn our game wrth a scare of l3 6 48 Y' it 7 7 I' fv- 15 C? Wh, Nvrmal Wahl was crowned football queen l-ler nards were Bex Dennison Judx Culuckhertz 'vlcr Jane Jwnes and Shrrlex R bunson Each mard resented wlth a gold football necklace The dueen rn addrtwn to recemng a necklace was are sented wrth a crown Tne gurls ln Peo Club decraed that thew would lrke a felt emblem to wear on therr blouses or blaz ers durrng the Basketball season Thus wrll be done rn rec whrte, and ue Fr nt Row sua, Luuzwhertz Jw Cuavinc-' Te- CV rs,n fc-i n,1Rcw J , , f Q 'nan d 7- w 'jane MCCL, ,ugh Eargar C b fan V , , I-me ' - 'Yaf B I A 'T - 9 9 ' K' 7 C C lm- ti , l f 4 'T ll . l , 1 L ' , T . 'l . ll l Y' f J llf r 3 y l, 7 Q -1 lt A ,-R n . V 1Y ' 'nr' I . 1 A l I YW - I 1 C I Q .' Y 1 r r X. O has Q 1 Ms - - 1 ' X C , C f d , e -sefc lx ar T ng W. - , , r , J r ', ' r- WUT 'X r If lr I ' A tr f ' 5 B! X B l 4 X. ' , N , l " l C . F .J 'T C I r l ' w cat, o - l ' - ' W . 1 bl E7 11 Q ' i I Roy Chrisco, Rose Krueger, Jane Mesnier, Sandy Dornon, Lynne Schuler, Carol Leonard, Jil Gardner, Bev Lowe. 149 In 3 Mau- Cheerleaders Jll Gardner, Bev Lowe Front Row. Mary Flesch, Joan Kreln, Jane Schuman, Porn Brown, Anlta Roblnson, Carol Brldwell, Gerry Crafaot, Jud. Wgllwebery Carol Van l-llse, Karen Vages, Bonnye Reoale Second Row Marrlyn Wartmann, Mlchele Gallals, Danna Ltnnenbrlnaer, Bev Rem- halz, Beverly Rhoades, Betty Zuroyyeste, l-larrlet Beaale, Jaan Unbrlght, Dlan Stern Thlrd Row, Marllyn Crcssrnan, Karen Gelsler, Marlon Haugen, Bev Funlqe, Nancy' Rude, Jane Nclte, Mary' Jane Jones, Murtel Gollhzlfer, Caral-,rn Rldder, Jayfge Kramer, Fgarrh Raw: Penny Grlese, Ruth Blndbeutel, Janet Knecht, Gale Tennant, De De Garatale, Judy Alexander, Elleen O'Shea, Judy Goodale, Carol l-lenselmeler, Lelgh Wllllarns, Jaclue Deschu, Ann Bartelsrneyer Fltth Raw: Kathyf Janes, Martha Mcllanlel, Carole Ruth, Pat Rcblnson, Jo Ann Gentry, Nancy Huey, Janette Cobb, Rosemary Werrnke, Nancy Diettrtch Always proud ta be called a son, Our herltage a guarded trust. FO J r a r g y For peace we'll never sue, Tull the lights we no longer See, 0 Q We wlll light, fight, flght far ytctory And our beloved halls are dust, Cheerleaders. Ray Chrlsco, Carol Lerrnartl Front Raw: Karen Younglyerg, Kathy Garvey, Judy Roberts, JOCRI9 Carlsen, Joyce Brcwne, Gall Chrlders, Nance O'Shea, Sally Pope, Susan Moore, Barb Szuck, Sharon Sadler, Barbara Bavyrnan, Carole Srntth, Fran Graber, Carol Ahrens Second Raw' Kay Barnett, Lena Stalrs, Barbara Trefts, Marv Feldt, Caralyn Roberts, Barb l-lauhart, Marilyn Mceller, Tonl llsernann, Joan Gameyyell, Janet Gardner, Bonnle Bergner, Mary Elrnendcrf, pflSCIllO Jasbrlng, Judlth Keller, Dlan Slmrnans Thlrd Raw. Sharon Chrlstoph, Marge Feller, Sandy Ockel, Marty Franzlau, Margaret Kestlng, Janet Raley, Pam l-lartmann, Becky l-loeltzel, Patty Parkes, Donna Thirolf, Sandy Arensrneyer, Barbara Wachter, Laurle Nlenaber, Jay Mueller, Marlorle Grllfllh, Fcurth Raw: Denelle Deck, Sandra Robinson, Mary Lou Stnderson, Frances Bague, Sharon O'Brlen, Kay Gentles, Judy Rees, Elalne Vahle, Tory McKee, Beverly Oglesby, Jo Ann Freaalette, Katherlne Feller, Judy Jehnsrn, Georgan Koch, Barbara Prast Fltth Row Jeanne Kunznlclf, Janrs Chapman, Judy Mc- Peak, Jaclfle Grlnern, Luntlcl Lavyrencc- Ccrzlcf Grlrnm, Mary Ann Daltan, Barb -l'har'nbsr,n Nancy Mullen if Q Q 3- Q7 x X J Front Row: Bex Lowe, Rosemary Werrnke, Bev Dennuson Second Rowe Marv Jane Jones, Rose Krueger, Norma Wahl. Thrrd Row Mrs. Lwrngsron, Mrs. Denselhorsr, Mass Crawford. Front Row Marwane Henman, Carfrlsn Frahwurth, Drone Ambrose, Duck Morgan, Bev Lowe Norma Wahl, Rose Krueger, Rosemary Wermke, Marx Jane Jones, Bex Denmson, Rach Rees, Berry Burgess, Lynne Harris Second Row. Dvan Slmrnons, Susan Buescher, Jane Harms, Lxnne Scnaier, Caroi Ostendorf, Lnnda Randr, Lmda Maze, Irene Marlaalt, Morgue Kestung, Jana Nash, Nancy Kette- naeker, Tnrra Row Jane Mesnrer, Anna Robinson, Marv Schmnrr, Earlene Pearson, Frances Da Clos, Barbara Mclntosh, Jul Gardner, Jean Boertcher ,l J' J mls -- .-.. " T13 4' i C7 I W Q4 I-ront Row Lynn Harras Su an Buescher Betty Burgess Second Row Carolyn Leonard Morgue Kestnng Barb Crowell Thurd Row Rose Krueger Irene Marlault Jana Nash T I3 as an honorary award Each grade pernod the I3 best students an the Physncal Educatuon class Call Gradesl are selected as Assocnate Mem bers to thus group When a student makes T I3 twvce ID one year she becomes a regular member and IS pnvnleged to wear the rnsrgnna 153 I New ' 9 ,-. 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P 50 if Front Rt w Audrey Cullet, Lar. ie Ruth, Marllyn Schluc-ter, Jr ann Mahr, Carla Atnnp, Mlchele ballots, Valerle T-ayaal, Marlon Hau- gen, Santly Schnfeder, Jr, Del Taule, Vtrglnla Standley, Kathy Lawrence, Pat Plc-rheclnght, Phyllla Vttn Behren, Sandra Tooley Second ROW Sag Mghnnc-y, Luz Ellern, Carrol Bauer, Rae Mrftre, Jaclle Slrnpyctn, Judy' Mcpeak, Murlel Gctllhafer, Harriet Begole, Carolyn Kadder, l4ay'Gentlc-5 Tfrnt Mason Danna Llnnenlgrtngc-r Beyerly Relnh-nlz, Kathy Garyey, Betty Jean Dawson Thlrd Row Sharon OBrten, Carol Duuglos, Judy Rntan, Mananne Heclethrrn, Barbara Ruebltng, Rae VVoddle, Judy Roberts, Carol Ahrens, Jackie Carbon, Jaan L,rnl,rtght Becky Rltchte, Barbara Hauhart, Mary Feldt, Bey Funlae, Natalle Plersan Fourth Raw Dorm Maynard, Lena Stalreg, Carol Van Htse, Jud: Wailwel,Jer, Jeanne KLJVlZl'tlCl1, Laurle Ntenaber, Bannle Lorenz, Leslue Stout, Jaan Brand, Gwen Rakey, Judy' Prmser, Barlwara Wclllftfrvt, Elaune Vahle, Jaclele Prosser Fllth Raw Sue Kllrner, Judy Boas, Norma Warci, Sue Hatfleld, Shirley Stewart, Duane McCu'1tfuqh Sandy Br: wn Barlrara Szufh Jawle Mcfiutre, Mrchele Trayus, Judy Rees, Sharon Sadler, Bey Carpenter, Sally put E' O O 9 Fra t Rtw Jud Seller Barbara Bfwnaan Terry LJLWDllTQl'1I,LJSf' Clone Trampe, Morllyn Crassrnan, Jaan barnewell, Judy Ulrner, n t' y , t t , , f - I , Glnny Mtlftulln, Judy Bradley, Jtan Phtlllpy, Mary Ann Kctwalak, Janette Colplu, Pat Rabtnsan, Nancy O'Shea, Coral Leonard Sec- ond Raw Karen Vages, Barbara Trelts Llz Mtller Sue Wc-tl, Knm Swenlf, Marty Franzlau, Jackle Deschu, Ann Bartelsmeyer, Kala Kung, Gayle Tennant Janet Km-cht, Ruth Btntllttutel, Letqh Wllltanws, Penny Grlese, Glurta Garfttala Thlrd Raw Sherrl Hearn, Sandy Brewer, Carcl Talley, Maryl,n Madden, Agney M lllyitn Barbara Fazzard, Bey Broeclellng, Karen Hunter, Joann Fregalette, Marsha Muller, Janet Hudglnx, Dttlnres Heggre, Fran Dufllrny, Pat Ruyera, Frances Wlye, Fourth Raw' Jud: Allen, Dorothy Nash, Dee Warcl Glo Muclftle, Rtuerta Butz, Mary Sttzcy-, Elatne Stterlet, Joan Schwartz Joyce Sadowslu, Ann Schallert, Janlce Randell, Sha' Sh L +0 Lgyyrgnq Karan Mff.-ull uqh Suyan Mfre Nancy Mullen Fltth Raw Mary Ja Callrns, Carolyn Wtldelsen, Betty YQYW GNL' IDI: - ', 1 u ' - Zurfyygyte Barlt Charhln-rlatn Annette M r t1 Shar -n Myl .nc-y, Jeanne Sneed, Nancy Huffman, Barbara Baley Mary Hasty, Marie Arnatn, Jtlyfce Marquart, Barh Melton Sandy Dtfrnan, Gertle Tioney, Judy Wnlstfn 0 n 0 1 ! U Frzrwt Rn- Qffaw Whrm- Cafalg Qfvwrh Kafhrr-J Cir Mar D r rw an ar Q B nh lap pel Jan Vlmzi-0, Eiamn Mun-r, Dar Dua' g Jcrwr Srha an ar'a az arf rrc Q aaa cr fu C rx my R J Wu arm, Bari, HQ-affuh, Eowcrf, Tay!-' r, Par Fr-M, YC hhh r rw ah urs rn ar rw Jahc Smnfh Judy Farmer D rma Brmkman, Juan Harruu, Jah Dar-rr, Momma- Mar-,hah M rw h Star Kay rrh S Trrrci w Lwhia Hackman T UI llsemarm Phwlfre Kzpedq, Phyllis Rom, Sahara Laewborr, Ji, G C A ,cr J he! Rahac Mac Jer Ga C Harm Sue Door rrarw, J: Arm Cnehtr, Nami. Hue. Sue Lcrgcghr Ffarfh P A P Bc Pan Hartrhc h T r M0406 Judy N rrrg Hamer Lcmpg Jac-are Gamble, M3r'h,r1 Peach, Karen Frewzc, Jul J hr' M r J w uh C rw ua C JC Arm Freaarefte Ma rlwrw Wfrf rvah, Jane' Rohm, Mar, Mehzcrhcr Frffh Rfw Barb V h r J Krevh SOV14 Pram FYWQNQV Jerr, R berrsch Car I Wayne Carp? Lane, Jov Suchmah Janw Chapman, Bed. H drzc' Parr' rowh len J' Be erh Rh ades Carrlyrx Learmarr From Raw Karen Maah, Glarra Wrlhams, Dram Sh Egan, Shrrirw Ca!-.Grp Marx, Hosch, Drarva Storm, Jr Pegch, Rfwc Ahh MUCWQ, Judy Geftemerer, QLJQCUQ Sandra Rf5,1V'3QV'7, Drma Marwgruhr DCFEUE' Dom Marsha Crm Mar, Jean Hzmrahcrr Cchhrc Engle' Dphres Malzrey, Lmda Brmk, Sac Mcllarmci, Par Ween Lang, Barbara Hall, Jackrc BJOCPWQJN, Charrv prcsh Geargcrw Krrpb, Sand. Sfrcfhrhah, Jm,mC Arun Haze! M'Gr'0, Carrhh Worse, Kathcrmc Fchcr, Ah Marrlrh Eau Marco FQHU Km Krufzrharw Arlc-he on SENIOR TEAM Lynne Schuler, Jana Nash, Kay Wilmes, Lyne Harris, Rose Krueger, Mary Schmitt, Marilyn Stark, Carolyn Leonard, Margie Kesting, Norma Wahl, Captain. G V ' Karen Maull, Pat Egan, Lynne Schuler, Margie Kesting, Barbara Boley, ' Robertson, Barbara Crowell, Manager: Lynne Schuler SOPHOMORE TEAM Karen Maull, Pat Dunlop, Nancy Hoffman, Nancy Huey, Marie Amato, Frances Wise, Elaine Siterlet, Janette Cobb, Jackie Prosser, Pat Robinson, Mary Hasty, Diana Shelton, Captain, Barbara Boley 4 K lgg , i 1 are ,li ' O 6 0 7 This year's softball teams very exceptional in the fact that Junior Team beat the Seniors. Intramural games are usually in the fall and Varsity in the spi The tentative Varsity is named at beginning of the year, but this list subject to change depending on abilities the Varsity Team shows. Junior Team: Connie Englert, Irene Marlault, Diane Shylanski, Betty Bur gess, Ginny Mikulin, Carol Ostendorf, Jerry Robertson, Anita Robinson Carolyn Fruwirth, Pat Egan, Barbara Crowell, Captain. Nancy Huey, Norma Wahl, Carol Ostendorf, Betty Burgess, Lynne Harris, Marilyn Stark, Carolyn Leonard, Marie Amato, Mary Schmitt, Rose Krueger. There are two Little League Teams, r the Hodge Podge Teams, as they re called. This year's winners were the 'Hot Peppers." An interesting fact bout the Little League is that each eam's name must have the initials of .P. for Hodge Podge. Twenty-seven people took the soft- all Officials Test. Out of these twenty even, eighteen qualified. Little League Team Front Row' Maril n Schlueter - Y 1 Second Row: Celine Ostendorf, Front Row: Rose Ann Muckle, Carol Ahrens, Barbara Melton, Linda Maze, Elizabeth Miller, ,Q Alb Manager: Carol Ostendorf Mary Flesch, Harriet Begole, Carla Atnip Joy Suchman, Earlene Pearson, Linda Raidt Peggy Compton, Judy Crouse, Kay Gentles Jean Boettcher. Second Row: Carolyn Weiss Judy Roberts, Q l ga- --aqn...,.,"f- 1.2.3 Senior Hockey Team Front Row: Carol Wildeisen, Barbara Melton, Bev Lowe, Norma Wahl, Rose Kruger, Lynn Harris, Jana Nash, Bev Dennison. Back Row: Sherri Hearn, Jane Mesnier, Mary Schmidt, Carolyn Leonard, Linda Maze, Sue Buescher, O 0 O Barbara Chamberlain, Melanie Marshall, Margie Kesting. Hockey Manager: Margie Kesting. Sophomore Hockey Team Front Row: Sally Pope, Nance O'Shea, Carol Douglas, Bonnie Lorenz, Janette Cobb, Mary Ann Hasty, Jackie McGuire, Barb Szuch. Back Row: Diana Shelton, Bev Carpenter, Jackie Prosser, Nancy Hawkins, Elaine Siter- let, Linda Brink, Pam Hartmann, Pat Robinson, Gloria Muckle Varsity Hockey T earn Front Row: Pat Egan, Lena Staires, Diane Shylanski, Irene Marlault, Margie Kesting, Janette Cobb, Barbara Crowell, Betty Burgess, Carolyn Leonard, Mary Schmidt, Elaine Siterlet. The l958 Hockey teams started ther season off with a bang. Girls Hockey is in its third year Ferguson, The enthusiasm for this has increased greatly since its first year This is the first year we have had Hockey Varsity Team. There were Junior Hockey Team Front Row: Celine Ostendorf, Bev Funke, Betty Burgess, Jean Boettcher, Arlene Waldemer, Irene Marlault, Pat Egan, Anita Robinson, Back Row: Harriet Begole, Sandy Schroeder, Leno Staires, Sue Front Row: Linda Raidt, Sue Buescher, Rose Kru- ger, Lynne Harris, Norma Wahl, Barbara Cham- berlain, Bev Dennison, Anita Robinson, Arlene Woldemer, Mary Ann Hasty, Barbara Boley. ames scheduled, two were rained out, ne was tied, and in the second we were ictorious. In the class games the Juniors merged as champions. Those not making the Class Team are ligible for the Blue Team, Weil, Linda Raidf, Carol Ostendorf, Connie Eng- lerf, Diane Shylanski, Mary Flesch. 4 . Hockey Manager: Irene Marlault SENIOR BASKL 1 BALL Barbara Chamberlain, Margie Kesting, Linda Maze, Mary Ellen Schmitt, Lynn Harris, Bev Lowe, Norma Wahl, Jane Mesnier, Rose Krueger, Sandy Dornan, Susan Buescher, Jana Nash SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL Marie Amare, Juay Rees, Karen Freise, Elaine O O 9 Vahle, Barbara Boley, Mary Hasty, Janette Cobb, VARSITY BASKETBALL ?'lFOnr2!eHH?Zl'E'lTS:? HO"f'O""i Ann Berme' Blanc Pot Leet, Sandy Dornan, Margie Kesting, I K Vw 9 Boley, Jerry Robertson, Lynn Harris The GAA basketball class tournament be under the capable management of Linda Maze Linda Raidt The juniors took the championship after a ot tough competition from both the seniors sophomores who took second and third places spectiyely, ln the annual game which the sol mares play with the ninth grade the sophom wen The varsity was most successful this year 'l closed the season 4 and 4 They gained a g deal in experience in good sportsmanship, AQ K K JUNIOR BASKETBALL Pat Egan, Dian Snmmons, Anno Robnnson, Ginny Mrlfulrn, Lando Rardt, Betty Burgess, Jerry Robert- son, Barb Tarnbough, Marllyn Feldmann, Barb Crowell, Carolyn Fruhwurth, lrene Marlault, Pat Leer, LITTLE LEAGUE BASKETBALL Nancy Hawkms, Michele Travis, Tory McKee, Sue Udy Rees MQW Ellen Schmitt Rose Krueger Doerman, Carol Douglas, Pat Benigna, Judy Abra- usan Buescher, Karen Freuse, Linda Maze, Elaine hom' pm Dunlop' Sue Wed ohle. Xx'-l ,V SENIOR VOLLEYBALL Gale Feldrnann, Mary Ellen Schmitt, Bev Lowe, Linda Maze, Lynn Harris, Dorothy Nash, Rose Krueger, Margie Kesting, Jana Nash, Carolyn Leonard, Pam Peltan, Jil Gardner. SOPHOMORE VOLLEYBALL Linda Brink, Janette Cobb, Elaine Vahle, Bonnie Lorenz, Karen Maull, Nancy Hawkins, Jean Aubu- chon, Pam Hartmann, Ja Ann Fregalette, Marie Amato, Mary Sitzes, Marilyn Flesch, Jackie Mc- Guire, Cys bx:iXk O O 9 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL lrene Marlault, Jana Nash, Beatrice Herrera, Mary Sitzes, Barb Crowell, Lynn Harris, Betty Burgess, Carol Ostendarf The GAA, volleyball class team tournament began with the able assist- ance at Mary Ellen Schmidt and Earlene Pearson as managers, The season was very successful with tcontmued from page l62J Marilyn Feldmann, Mary Ellen Schmntt, Rose Krue- ger, Dorothy Nash, Bev Lowe, Marulyn Flesch, Lnnda Maze, Lando Randt, Earlene Pearson a greater numoer of girls out for this sport than any other. Sixteen gurls were given a place on the varsity team and the class teams averaged thirteen members each, JUNIOR VOLLEYBALL Anlta Robunson, Betty Burgess, Barb Crowell, Linda Raudt, Earlene Pearson, l-larruet Begole, Carol Os- tendort, Barb Fozzard, Marnlyn Fe-ldmann, Irene Marlault, Beatnce Herrera. Imlirillual Sports - - . I.. -suv Archery Managers Left Jean Boettcher Rught Tennis Managers Left Lynn Harrrs Rught Betty Nancy Kettenacker Burgess 49 .-gs Table Tennrs Manager Left Drone Arr-ar se Shar Ba rvrnren Manager Left Carolyn Fruhwrrfh Aer Hebcard Manager Rnght Dian Srmrncns ra! Darts Rrght Marrlane Henman Q X I u N X L uf s . Q t W. uf - v -wi-Y -Q M 'Q - u A 11 . I V xx 5 . X , ' X ! X' Ax- f Y' Nh M - 1 AX s ', , Vw Vx- 1 ., yf -f N4 . ' 4 M inor League Winners Toble Tennas Shuffleboord Irene Mcrloult Joy Suchrnon Barb Crowell Betty Burgess Celme Ostendorf Carol Osrendorf Aerlol Dorts Koren Moull Beffy Burgess l Archery Tennis Doubles Noncy Hoffman Jon Rendell Lmdo Roudt Be My Burgess 765 1 I , , S3 4' I r 0 1 T. j 1, s - 1 r r W GJ X I X f IAN NX LJ f MW CONIPLINII' NIS OI UNIVERSAL MATCH CORPORTION I' RRGL SON MISSOL RI K K D D " L '7 JW ' ff L 3 L1 ,,f" pub V ,' LV' ff kJ u A L N V 1 Q' ju. x X 17 N 'LJ X4 rA I , 'If ' U if X A ff Qxk Y- V ,ff , X VN. A I' x ' If N L, x A I M nf, .X x 'If X YL Agp' 1 m 1, J v' N ff' A . 1 , W- , j , W R lk I -- I ' XPID AJ X ki 3 X I, P ' Q V X w f' Q' Ai 1 ,ilk X T W v X V0 v X .Lf "ar, S41 V-W 'Y N cc cc n n T' R J If J xh I Y 'gi f A LL s ' Q, Qfvxf f 'J ' I, ' Y p H AA fl I I K 7 !' i - X 51 X N ij? X K1 FERGUSON SNACK BAR JANUARY WABASH PARK Hot Dogs and Hamburgers Malts and Mllk Shakes LAKESIDE DINING ROGM JANUARY WABASH PARK GROUP DINNERS LUNCHEONS RECEPTIONS WEDDING BREA QFASTS By Reservation Only JA 1 5151 JA Z 3232 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE in :A . T " 1 168 1 l 1 l 1 Specialists in Authorized Dealer BULOVA Watches f 4 GEMS s.U"""l, Ml lg N I Designing and Remounting J 114 S. FLORISSANT RD. E 36 Years in the Iewelry Trade FERGUSON, MO. Comphments of Ferguson Hardware and Supply Company 9 Church Street Ia 21531 A 81 W DRIVE IN Hickory Smoked Bar B Q 301 N Florissant BIERMAN HARDWARE COMPANY 46 sarah Franssam Road IA 18711 Ferguson 21 Missouri GASEN Prescription Drugg1sts 20 22 South Florissant Road IA 12721 Ferguson 21 Missouri Galt Hartweck Kung Inc General Insurance 26 S Flonssant Road 1 2210 Ferguson 21 Mrssoun Real Estate For Sale Van Zant, Inc lil ll: W1 j rv-511' if Frank R Wyatt President Ia 1 1713 401 N Flonssani Road - 0 .. - . . ' Ia - O fir- af? LT' 'e i ra g ., !.',f, 1 L4 fl Qfxf--N w- . - ff" """' if 1 I I Qf.:fix:"n!:- rs, I ' Blll MUEllER JEWELER A BIT OF FRANCE IN FERGUSON xlf ... f7Y.f1f -Lax -is 1 C swf' f 1 X!! i 1,49 Dlamonds Watches Costume Iewehfy Complet Lme of Hallmark Cards Expert Watch G Iewelry Repa r REPRESFNI PING The H R Terryberry C0 GR XRD R XPIDS NIICIIIG XX EXCLUSIVE DTSTRIBLTORS IOR HIGH SCHOOL CLASS RINGS JA 1 0666 700 FLORISSANI' RD u H X Q . 'H A , I, I fi, ' N ' f . t I " ' . 2 I V . . z ,,,,, .P .I Q N .. i Q l xxx. ,t" f T so J ,V w 'K l 1 f ' f A ,, I . Q L v, ' 'Y . , .N 4 A -- V i-:y.!,! ' 1 nfl ' - j,'ff'fff' ri 6 . 4 ',f1?f,L S . Gj.jQgQ li . . r" 1' .L'v'f' I 'RL . ul, 1, 1 Q4 fx 6 - gf" 'iw ,3 -- . 6 A yy, fy 1 V Ill ' " ' M' 4 , . ,I 4 - , A r 1' I . Q ,, V . ' jf X ' Ill? e . i f 1. A - I O . Y 1 1 L' I n . A A I A v ' 7 . f- TV A I - ... x n A L . 2 - - - l 170 FERGUSON 5 and 10 GIL MICHLER SERVICE STATION Marfax lubricatton washing pohshmg Your Dlme Store B F Goodrich T1res 402 S Flonssant Ferguson Mo 104 South Florissant Rd IA 2 9890 IA 2 9630 ST LOU IS COUNTY T V SERVICE HY STYLE FURNITURE INC Television and Hifi Sales 6. Service 2 S Florissant Ferguson 21 Missouri Quality Furnlture at Moderate Prices We repair an makes of 214 South Florissant Rd D S Fulbright IA 21234 lesser Drug Fountam Specialty Chocolate Marsh Nut Sundae PRESCRIPTIONS MONEY ORDERS IA 15666 422 SOUTH FLORISSANT Barbay s Market WE DELIVER I H Barbay Propnetor 15 S Florissant Rd IA 1 2091 IA 1 6808 MARTIN S RESTAURANT Steaks 6, Chops We Specrahze in Wedding Cakes Turkey 5, Chlcken Dmners TOWN PASTRIES Plate Lunches 218 S Florissant Rd Ferguson 21 Mo 7 S Florissant IA 29789 IA 1 0796 Ferguson CROWN FINANCE CORPORATION FERGUSON SHADE COMPANY OF FERGUSON IAckson 29292 522 S Florissant Rd 24 So Florissant Rd IA 42121 Ferguson 21, Mo Free Estimates 1000 Discount Cash 6. Carry I I Q Televisions, Radios, and Hi-fi's IA 1-5228 Ferguson 21, Missouri 7 Comphments of tw:-grit l 'L' JE... Locllaolz Bros AUTO PARTS FOR ALL MAKES OF AUTOMOBILES JA 2 9735 517 South F1or1ssant Road JA 2 1100 Whrte Mullen Funeral ome Ambulm Walter Scotts Market 118 North Flonsscxnt Rocrd 10 CHURCH STREET IAcksor1 1 1500 Ferguson 21, Mxssouri IA 2 0107 . . ,. v ,, X K Q ,-, lx' ry V K M A f V.. w ,-1, Y , X , L' ftl . b ,, Vx 'VJ ' ,1p.1,.e-,mg.,g, f M ,R ' A 'X we 1 :""' , , Q. HW- 1 ,L fe ,, , A, N, ft 1-4 'wi I f W gff, , R v' 114 ' r 'yf , .. h url ? , I -V , V ,A A my V V V, ,. L., ,,,u?i?! , . ' 'l if f -34 A 1. I 1 A " I " "' I -.I J 4 ' ', 1 , , . A 1 1- 4... nl A 1 1 ., , , ' M, ' ' , 4 , 1 I .MW " ,, ll!-. O 1 . X ' J , A X. I - - .0 H , I 1 ' , N Q :La ,.r,,r. - x. I 5 WH 172 EARL SPENCER General Electnc Apphances Across from the Show B U E S C H E R S IEWELERS and OPTOMETRISTS 8 Church Ferguson 21 Mo Across from Bank IA 2 8484 Phone IA 16766 We Dellver BEN WRIGHT S COLOR KRAFT SHOP 313 S FLORISSANT RD Ferguson 21 Mo Palnts Wallpaper Floor Covenng Art Supphes THE LEWIS SHOP Infants through Sub teens 106 S Flonssant IA 16380 Complxments of FERGUSON CLEANERS IA 15000 FERGUSON T V COMPANY Sales 6, Servrce IA 15600 307 S Flonssant Rd Comphments of McKELVEY OLDSMOBILE 235 S Flonssant Watch Ftepamng JEWEL HOU SE 5 SOUTH FLORISSANT ROAD Ferguson 21 Mo 2 3016 IA 28422 DARLINE HILKERS FLORAL SHOP We WIIG Flowers 240 S Florxssant Rd Ferguson 21 Mo MEMBER F T D TOY 81 HOBBY SHOPPE Hobbxes for the Famrly 18 Church St FERGUSON 21 MO Mel Florence G Iudy IA 1 IA 2 3300 H VERNON BALL INC Realtors Real Estate Loans Insurance 246 S Flonssant Rd Ferguson 21 Mo SKINKER SERVICE STATION 600 S Flonssant Rd Ferguson 21 Mo IA 2 9786 Zephyr Products I A ul . 1, .4 ,Lg - "Ferguson's Only Exclusive Children's Shop" Watches - A D Diamonds ' ' . Jewelry - ' ' , . IA - I . , . , -5175 'I'here's Nothing to Compare . . . Anywherel . , 12. ' . , ','3,.. 1 , fn Enyoy Summers Greatest Pleasure Treat Aboard the S S Admrral WORLD S FINEST Comphments of ZIEGLER COAL f Bulldmg M3t6F181S Feed and Haulmg 49 Auport Road Ihckson 20579 Ferguson 21 Mxssoun 777 So Florlssant Flonssant Mlssoun TEmple 7 3475 Duchesne Halls Shoppmg Center 173 7 Negwer Fuel and Material Co. , Z , Compliments of Just Hardware 84 Supply Dairy Dell Drive-ln 501 South Florrssant Road IA 16990 Complete Home Maintenance Store 715 South Florissant Road Ferguson Mrssoun Fred Iust 2 0377 EV 57000 1A 1 1139 Your Frrendly Ford Dealer Stwer's Auto Sales, Inc 222 South Florrssant Ford Cars and Trucks Used Cars Suburban Property Insurance Farms Loans Graf 81 Case Realty Company REALTORS In Ferguson Smce 1898 Nme South Flonssant FERGUSON 21 MISSOURI Wells Shoe Store Dress them smartly rn shoes that ht Buster Brown for Chxldren Alrstep for Women Roblee for Men Economy Sportmg Goods Co RA 4 6650 330 No Mam St Charles MISSOUFI - IA n I 48 south Florissant Ra. ' Florlssant Locker Plant 8t Market, Inc 598 North Flonsscmt Road Phone TEmp1e 73433 BULK FREEZER Sz COOLER STORAGE FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS FOR RENT MEATS AND GROCERIES MEATS SOLD FOR HOME FREEZERS WE ALSO PROCESS HOME KILLED MEAT North St louls Typewriter 3 6' Foldmg Tables Chalrs , 6255 Natural Bndge EV 14684 Co 17122 Rally Foods Corporation lnshtuhonal Food Speclahsts 722 Clark St Lou1s 2 Mxssourx MA 10566 JOHN E GOUGH I Q . .-1.S'YtF433Q.. - ' 3 49' Q59 11:f45v 4-a f' Q 5- 6 , v' " i1 - RA- - - :igzign ' , School Furmture Amerlcan Desk o , Gag,-T: 5 ' '-- wg -,'?f'..- an " ' , ' 5 ' "-'elfi-' I . , ' Q - 176 Fme Shoe Repalnng Comphments of Heels Apphed Whlle U Walt TRIO TV 217 N Flonssant IAckson 15556 Compllments of THE CAROUSEL The Merry-go round of Fasluon 11 S FLORISSANT ROAD Ferguson Mxssoun 1 4806 Full Soles Our Speclalty NU WAY SHOE REPAIR SERVICE 18 So Flor ssant Road Ferguso Ed ard Tummlnla Ernest Tummx ia BEST WAY TUXEDO RENTALS Largest and Most Modern Stock rn St Lours SPSCICIIIZIIIQ m Weddmgs Proms and Lodges 1419 CHAMBERS ROAD IA 29869 Open Dally T111 8 P M 0Kay Meat Co 2405 Spencer Ave Overland 14 Mo Phone HA 8 5155 Complrments o Ferguson Bake Shop 100 CHURCH STREET JAckson 1 0259 BICKELS SUPER MARKET 8 Plaza Duchesne H1 way 66 and Flonssant Road We Speczahze In Quality Meats Complxments of COOL VALLEY DAIRY Everythmg 1n Darry Products Ho Made Ice Cream Cash and Carry and Home Dehvery 1200 S Flon sa t Rd IA 21166 8305 Auport Road VOGT SPORTING GOODS 0 S Fl sant Road 7221 Natural Bndge ACE HARDWARE CO Hugh ay 66 and Florrssant ll ons Hardware Pamts Household Ware EU 1 9966 Electrxcal Plumblng Iamtors Supphes For You or Your Team .mmple 73515 l - 1 1 l 1 Z - - - . i n . w 'n u . u I , I . . , IA - . . I , . 1 ,, . . . . .1 . 's n . - . . w . I I I . . . I . . . u H Robert S Lorenz Robert E Lgfgnz Ferguson Prmtmg Co IAckson 1 1724 406 Axrport Road Ferguson 21 MISSOUII IKE S BARBER SHOP South Flonssant Road SHOP HOURS Tues r M 6 cz M to 5 Closed on Mondays Cafetena Equrpment 6. Supphes B E N S I N G E R S 1003 11 Market Blvd St Louls 1 M1ssour1 C1-Iestnut 14040 Comphments of THE CONTINENTAL CHEMICAL Earl Stahl ROCKET CAR WASH 1000 S Flonssant Ferguson 21 Mo We Grve Eagle Stamps Ferguson Sheet Metal Works Inc Heatmq Ventllatmg Au'Cond1t1on1ng IAckson 10284 Lous R Szombathy Altred R Szombcthy Weather Btrd Shoes for Boys and Guls Arch Type and CHUB eez snofs ron votm 730 St Francoxs Flonssant Mxssoun TE 73605 Glen Qu nn ST FRANCOIS DEPT STORE I 1040 St Francoxs Flonssant Mrssourx One block east of Florxssant Bank Open Mon Frr and Sat Evemngs '1'EmpIe 7 0608 Compl1ments of CREST BOWL 650 North Flonssant TEmple 7 0494 KING PROFESSIONAL PHARMACY 111 Church Street IAckson 16611 DRUG STORE 23 So Flonssant IAckson 2 0293 FERGUSON MISSOURI Estabhshed 1923 I77 . , l o o 1 . . , 12 ' 1 .-Fi. 8A. .to P.M. . , , S t. 8 A. . P.M. ' ' CO. PHONE: IA 2-9743 7 178 Ferguson Department Store 27 SOUTH FLORISSANT ROAD E. F LAMMERT Ferguson 21 MISSOUII IA 1 2500 BEST WISHES Class of 59 from BARRY S TUXEDO RENTALS Normandy Wedge HEMMINGHAUS Incorporated 119 CHURCH STREET Ferguson 21 Mo Engrneers and Contractors xn Retngeratlon McBRIDE INSURANCE AGENCY General Insurance S th IA 18600 EASTON'S CARD 8. GIFT SHOP H DELLWOOD SHOPPING CENTER Complete Line of Hallmark Cards IA 4-4255 PA.7-8344 or PA, 7-3795 Gresler Jorgen Sporting Goods Co S701 Clayton l208 Chambers Road "Equxpment for all Sports" Racquets Restrung Trophres Engraved KIRCHMEYER PHARMACY 1436 Chambers Road IAckson l 0330 Dellwood o Barton Pontiac, Inc Your Qualrty General Motors Jontlac and Vauxhall Dealer Northwest St Lours and County 1201 S Plorrssant Rd 1 I '. . I , , of Amo ' Life ' Fife FERGUSON, Mo. IA 1-4750 800 ou Florxssant Ferguson 21, Missou' TO LEASE OR BUY FORD CAR OR TRUCK SEE ost ello kept Vx .5 J I-ll1Ze, me N 8 9000 9000 WEST FLORISSANT AXE U Gust West of Northland Shopp1ngCenterJ Hove Your TYPEWRITER Repcued by Competent Serv1cemen CALL l A Marler C0 Sales Servxce Rentals EV 18449 SK LOUIS 20 Mo 3817 Lawler Typewrrter Specralrst Smce 1935 Comphments of Kaemmerlen Electric Co 2728 Locust St St Lou1s 3 Mo IE 5 2222 Florissant Bank CONTRACTING REPAIRING TE 7 3555 Florlssant MISSOUFI Member FDIC Ben Franklln Store 103 South Florlssant Rd JA 15152 Harwrn Furnrture 2 M11es North of Lmdberg Road on Hwy 140 FLORISSANT, MO TE 70966 Florissant Meadows Shopping Center C I O Il - ' ' ' ll ,,x -R-X, . L Q . 1 .i , ' ' A ,I uf. ' -.'K.-X . , . C 7 O O I he Town Walk Your Community Newspaper Smce 1922 IO ADAMS AVE IA 20202 The Cut of Your I-Im: Counts WILSON OIL 8. SUPPLY COMPANY VOGELSANG S SHOP od 36 N Florissant Rd Ferguson Missouri D1str1butors of PHILLIPS 66 Products Gasoline Stove O11 Furnace O11 Closing Hours Tues Fn 6 PM Sat 5 PM PE 1 1755 pg 11499 IA 14455 IA 14456 McDowell Really Co Fmer Homes Sales Loans Insurance 223 N Flor1ssant Blvd Ferguson 21 Mo Stanley Produce Co Servmg St Louis flnest Hotels Restaurants Instltutlons Clubs and Schools Complete Line of Frozen Vegetables and Fruits Stanley s Pride Brand 83 Produce Row GA 1 2200 FLORISSANT PHARMACY Your Rexall Store 70 St F Vince Vassolo Prescription Specialists Ferguson Bowling lanes 123 S Florlssant JA 4 3500 ll ' ' ll ' Hazelwo , Missouri O ll ' ll 16 Automatic Lanes o . . , . 7 9 Y I 1 . rancois St. Florissant, Missouri our lobby Bank of Ferguson Where Your SAVINGS earn INTEREST Gettemeler Realty Company 1735 South Flonssant Road Flonssant M1ssour1 IA 20821 Comphments of ---i. - QUILLMAN S DRUG STORE "In Business for Your Health" 42 South Florissant Road IA 1-0422 Dellwood Bowl 9846 West Florissant UN 7-1122 Open 24 Hours -if gmama i W' fs'-fiff ual1tyDa1ry Co 7Zone 3-:Mn vnonucrs ,gt LOUIS M0 -awww! DICKIE S BARBER SHOP LASCO BRAND LADY PAULINE Allen Foods, Inc St Louls Mlssoun Inshtuuoncl Purveyors 6 Specialists oi FINER FOODS for FINEH INSTITUTIONS Represented m Your Dxstnct by Mr lim Iones ALLEN s PRIDE Arco BRAND 720 South Flonsscn, Hours 86 Tues Fn 85 Sat. Florissant Valley Reporter "Missouri's Largest Subscription Weekly Newspaper" 699 St Francoxs St Flonsscmf, M0 Unlon Pnnters TE 7 8680 183 l , 7 l l 1 l fe ' if f 3' 5" ,, :?5:f,,,:1: - , I S , W fn' K M, , 1 .... , . , ,I ., -. 1 - V . '-" ""--"""'-"-"-""'-""-' . , . - , .... in 4. - -0-V - V -fag. .. A ' J 4' 12 T21 ' .If 1. 5 We 4 . ,,. , - Q f. - H ' 11 2 . , ls K 1' . ,. ,.,l, , ' ' -,,-, , ,,,,,., 5: ...., , W, ,. ,,,.,..,,:- A I . ' I I APPELBY S FLOWER SHOP cofscges weddmgs Funercr1Des1gns 444 sf Pe-ramona TE 7 3853 Compllments of DEPMASET TRI HI Y Congmtulahons Semors BAG OF CHICKEN Phone UN 47755 HIWCIY 66 near Flonssant Road BEN FRANKLIN VARIETY STORE Flo r1ss ant Meadows Shoppmg Center Htghway 140 6-Lindsey Lane Flonssant Mo Starrwalt Electrrc C0 975 South Flonsscxnt 1 7330 IA 1 7331 FROSTWOOD DRUGS Professlonal Phcxrmacxsts Free Dehvery Open Sundays 6, Hohdcxys 8340 Frost Ave Berkeley IA 16552 Conoco Gas and O1Is RUSSEII S SIIRVIC1' STAT ION Txres and Batterns Grcasrng Accessorxes 901 Arrport Road Ferguson Mo The Florrssant Mortuary 5 Smurf 315 St Frcmcoxs Flonsscxnt Mo Gene and Rose Marle Hutchens CARLS SHELL SERVICE 143 N F1onsSanr Ferguson Mo IA 29792 HEADY CLEANERS 104 Durst Road IA 2 0199 A4 . V 4 "Call us and we'Il wire for you" E 4 IA . - ' ' ' ' 1 HAMILTCNIAN FEDERAL I SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSN l -s 0 ' 1? O 201 NORTH FLORISSANT ROAD ' F E R G u s o N E JACKSON 4-0500 Lwe Yers HL Back Row Mrke Repp Don Mason Jeff Estes AI Cool Ken Hoffman Duck Morgan Front Row Butch Schoemnger Ron Wessell Dean Spaulding Ron Sonderegger Not Present Bull Schmndt Gene Garofalo Fred Berthaldt Jlm Denny Ron Wullman Dan Lashley Leroy Braucksueker Don Mu Iersman fn ,v- 'K 5,2 f' i l hx l"ll an lean. '6' Achates Tri-H i- Y Front Row Betty Wolfersberger, Jackie Deschu, Janet Knecht, Gayle Tennant Back Row DeeDee Garofalo, Kok: Kung Judy Alexander, Euleen OShea, Ruth Bmdbeutel Not Present Ann Barrels meyer, Lengh Wnllrams, Carol Henselmeuer, Judy Goodale, Penny Grnese 186 o 9 0 U ' ,h . . -'fire L X 9 Q ' I . I u 1' 47: 1 ,h '25 "rx t . -D I 'Q ,. ' ix M AVAA L . 1 L z , or W MM lk Q Y of Y I L , I . ,f f . , Q INDEX SPORTS ADMINISTRATION Board of Educat1on D1reCtOr of Student ACfIVIYI9S Faculty Parents Club Pr1nc1pal Supenntendent ADVERTISEMENTS BUILDINGS CLASSES Junrors Senrors Senror Comrmttee Sophomores CLUBS Art Club AutornOb1le Club Bowlrng Club Co ap Creatuve Wr1t1ng Club CREST Staff CREST Coranat1on Debate Club F T A Interclub Counctl Modern Dance Club 18 166183 4169 9 88 95 4 Boys Baseball Basketball Football Track Wrestlrng 1rls IGAAJ Basketball Board and Off1cers Hockey 4 4 4 Membershrp 4 Mrnor Sports Champlons 4 Softball T 13 Volleyball STUDENT COUNCIL Comrnrttees Assembly Comm1ttee Educat1on Commlttee Electuon Cornmlttee Ethrcs Cornmrttee Executrye Commrttee Forergr-1 Relatrons Comrnrttee War Orphans Prom Cornrnlttee Publ1c1ty Commrttee Publrc Relatrons Commrttee Safety Cornrn1ttee Servrce Cornmrttee Soc1al Commrttee Welcomrng Commuttee 44 4 4 4 Kupprnger Shrrley 20 125 Kurtz Mrs Margaret 21 Lange Clarence 21 120 Lasher Mrs Beverly 21 Lauless Walter 21 119 Lwrngston Mrs Marporue 21 152 Maddox R1chard 21 Magoon Donald 21 Maxwell Mrs Hazel 22 McCluer V1rg1lC 16 McCollum John S 16 McDan1els Merrrll 21 M1ddleton Mrs Emma Moore ThomasG 22 Morford Mrs Leonora Needle Frank 22 Nrchals Margaret 22 Nourse Lyda 22 128 well B W 22 110 Owen John 23 106 Plavnrck Max 23 104 Pratt Mrs Katherune 23 Prokop Henry 23 137 143 Re1nhardt Mrs Thelma 23 Rrppstenn Mrs L1ll1an 25 17 Rothermnch John 23 Schaefer Alfred 23 Sm1th Erleen 23 28 Tempel Mart1n 24 Teneau Mrs Blllle 24 Tschannen Edward 24 144 Ulbrnght J Harald 24 Voos W1ll1am 24 126 Watson Robert 24 118 136 4 W1nd1sch Flonan 24 I ......... 10-13 , . , , ---- 17 .,,.,..... -13 -137 , , , -- 16 I5 .. , , , --------------- - '25 1 ......,.,. 16-17 , ' , 17 G. f -----------f--- -- I2 ....,.,.. 160-161 ', . 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Scroll Rad1o Club R1d1ng Club R1fle Club SCOOP Staff DANCES Chnstmas Dance Get Acqualnted Dance DEDICATION DRAMATICS Dramat1cs Gu1ld Make up and Stage Crew Nat1onol Thesp1ans Pla s Our Town OPENING SECTION MUSIC All County Groups Band Cholr Chorr Off1cers Chr1SlmOS Assembly Concert Orchestra Ensemble Grrls Glee Club G1rlS Octet Magorette Quartet Stnng Orchestra SERVICE GROUPS FIVST Aud ASSISTOHYS Lrbrary Ass1stants Offrce Ass1stants Y Death Takes a 1-lolrday 4 4 4 4 6 4 130 Off1cers Representatwes INDEX BOARD OF EDUCATION Boettcher Dr Lo.11sE 17 Chr1stman R C 17 Marshall JohnA 17 Meyer Elmerl Patterson Mrs Margaret 17 S at cr W O 17 FACULTY Barrett Mart1n 18 Berger Helen I8 96 Bol1n Bentley 18 Bol1n Mrs Margaret 25 Brawley Mrs Johana 18 120 Burgess Aleck 18 Chamberla1n Mrs Margaret 25 Chamberlam Robert 18 Cl1ff Robert 25 32 Cracraft Nancy 18 Crawford Helen 18 152 Crawford Jack 19 122 D1eselhorst Mrs Jane 19 152 D1sser Joseph 25 Ellls Mrs Glenda 25 Fulbnght Stephen 19 Grawe Mrs Helorse 25 Gnepenstroh Glen 19 136 Hoehn Lrlburn 19 l-loemann Vctor 19 142 Hoff NV1ll1Om 19 lrnpey Gerald 20 Jerzewrak Reguna 20 28 Johnson Robert 20 136 1 Karnpschroeder Mrs V1rg1n1a 20 98 Kenny James 16 Krrk Mrs Jean 20 Koch Paul 25 Kaester, Mrs Lucrlle, 20 Koprrvrca, Preston, 19, 145, 146 Krause Arthur, 20 W1nscott Charles 24 PARENTS CLUB Barrett Mart1n 17 Carter Mrs Justnne 17 r1sty J S Cook Mrs Arnold 17 Dawson Mrs J C 17 Prerson Mrs Edna Mae 17 Opperrnan Mrs Curtls 17 STUDENTS Abraham Judy 71 161 Adarr-s ue Adams Judy 33 00 Adkms rn 41 Adk1ns Sandra 73 106 125 Adk1rson Phyll1s Adler Randy 83 122 136 145 rens Carol 33 83 98 106 1 Albers Donald 71 5 Albers Kenneth 79 102 104 Alexander George 41 92 94 136 142 Alexander Judy 81 151 186 Allard Jerry 72 en Jud1th 28 35 41 124 150 4 Allen Ronald 80 122 Alwood Cornelrus 73 145 Amoto MOVIE 77 154 156 160 6 Ambrose Dlane 83 152 164 Ameel Lew1s 72 100 137 Amelmg Roger 70 123 m1ck J cquelnn 33 41 106 2 Amos l.Orry 70 118 Anderson Bonn1e 32 81 Anderson Kenneth Anderson Melody 81 102 104 Anello, Pat Angel, 8111, 41 Ansell, Dennrs, 73 187 Apenbrinck, Bob, Appel, Dave, 32, 72 82 Bonner, Fay Boos, Judy, 34, 42 Borton, Terry Arensrneyer, Sandy, 28, 34, 83, 131, 151,155 Asikoinen, Virginia, 124 41 Atchley, Patricia, Atchley, Virginia, Atnip, Carla, 32, 154, 157, Aubuchon, Jean, wchon, Mary I3 ' Bailey, 1 Jock, 4 Jill, 83 artareau, 154 ean, 32, 81, 28 71,118 75,15 74 80 80,l17,l30, 150, 162 43. 1 Dian, 41 a, 70 Jane, 151 ,Ann, 34, 84, 126, 151, A 104 123, 155 78, 123 Bosch, Jerry, 42 Bosch, Ronald Boswell, Ruth, 66 Bourisaw, Arl ine, 84 Bave', Nick, 75, 122, 137 Bowman, Barbara, 73, 106, 151, 1 Boyce, Art, 84 Boyce, Barbara, 126 Boyd, Herbert, 43, 1 14 Boyd, Mary, 104 Boyd, Mark, 77 Boyle, Mary Jane Boyntan, Hallie Bradford, Sharon, 71, 126 Bradley, Judy, 79, 150, 154 Brommeier, Susan 123,145 Broncato, Dan, 114, 136, 145 Brand, Joan, 84, 118, 122, 154 Brannon, Joyce, 33, 82, 114 Braun, Curtis, 83, 102, 104, 122 Brautigam, Paul, 43 Bray, Sharon, 75 122 137 54 BWhm,P0h33,75,101,103,106 150 I Breitenbach, Alice, 70, 155 Brewer, Jeff, 83, 145, 146 Brewer, Richard, 76, 137 2 Brewer, Sandy, 42, 110, 111, 130 36, 145, 146, 154 1 Brewer, Walter Bndges, Revoi, 71, 104, 154 Q Bridwell, Carol Jean, 82, 151 s, Cook, Bob, 72 1, 1 28,32,4l,100 32,84,151,154, ,78, 150 81 120 Brink, Linda Lee, 71, 155, 158, 162' Brinkman, Donna, 28, 33, 72, 155 Z Brinton, Ken, 1 18 Broeckling, Bev, 82 11 Brown, Jerome Brown, Pamela, 77, 124, 130, 151, 155 3 72 Brown, Robert, 74, 146 26, 27, 28, 32, 40, 42, Brown, Sandro, 42, 106, 150, 154 07, 116 Browne, Joyce, 84, 151 1 Q Brownell, Rhoda, 110, 111 , I Lu 76 , , Broyles, Robert, 4 , 100 ' J ,77 Q 241 Bmm1,ve,Q6v1d,9 1 0 N Une E Brune, Allan, 81, 73, 150, 155, 161 Bf M, De is, 77' 136, , +1 1 74, 155, 160 , 'iq YiLF'Joe,,, , ,is 1 S 41 2 ,, , 4 '45 JM' .5 ' R N' lm ind Q - 6 E 80 123 , Ch S0"1,- , 1 ,'3 "' , 151 -1 ,' ?06a .11 i t ,152 115 ,1 i low, 11 1 uett vid,-T? ', Q .-7,-,g Q 146 Burgdorf, ee, 8 ' 1 1 Burgess, Aleck, 71, 144, 146, 157,' 163 A Burgess, Betty, 80 124 50 Bloomer, Margaret, 83,96, 101, 8V1l8,' '426,15Q 9, 1304 98, 150 Boaz, Barbara, 77, 155 Bock, Don, 70 152, 153, 161, 162, 1 uschard, 21 150 ,118, ,1 , 156, 157, 158, 159, 64,16 5 .106 Cqlfee, Jim, 77 , Curry, Kenneth Calvert, Shirley, 32, 84, 150, 155 Bock, Ellen, 33, 77, 102, 104, 155 Boettcher, Jean, 79, 110,61 1 1, 1 14, . 1 4 150, 152, 157, 1 59, Bogdanor, John, 78 Bogue, Frances, 83, 128, 151, 155 Boley, Barbara, 72, 103, 104, 118, 123,154,156bEP9,l60 1 Bollini, Jim, 34, Casey, Joan, 1 14 Chamberlain, Barbara, 27, 33, 40, 43, 94,98,111,114,115,116, 148,150,154,158,159,160 Chambers, Douglas, 75 Chapman, Barbara Chapman, Janis, 71, 106, 151, 155 Chattaway, Bill, 70 Chesley, Dale, 44 Chesley, Donna, 74 Chiantaretto, Al, 70 Childers, Gail, 72, 76, 151, 155 Childress, Gail, 107 Chilton, Paul, 101 Chrisco, Roy, 33, 44, 110, 111, 122 144, 149, 151 Christian, Charles, 44 Christy, James, 44 Christoph, Sharon, 33, 80, 103, 105 106, 151, 155 Chronister, Bill, 28, 32, 35, 80, 103 1o4,111,117,15o Clark, Carol Clark, John, 71, 143 Clark, Larry Clevenger, John, 33, 44, 110, 111, 1 142 1 18, 120 Cobb, James, 71, 137, 143, 145, 154, 156 Cobb, Janette, 76, 125, 151, 158, 160, 162 Coffey, Karen Ann, 70 Coffman, Robert, 70, 124, 144 Collet, Audrey, 32, 84, 96, 106, 114 127, 150, 154 Colletta, Kacy Collins, Mary Jo, 72, 123, 124, 126 154 Compton, Peggy, 1 1 1, 157 Conard, Bruce, 33, 102, 104, 110, ,11l,l14,118,122 Connelly, Pete, 28, 33, 71 Constantine, Ralph, 70 Cook, Elizabeth Jane, 254 32, 102, K 104, 106, 107 . Cook, James 1.1 Cook, Jerry Cook Cook, Cook, Cool, A1 Cooper, Copeland 45,118 Cousens, harles, Cowger, J Crain, Tom, 73 Joe 156, 157, ,6, Carden, Rich, 80, 104, 144 - 1 ,D, -, V- Carlson, Jackie, 34, 81, '1 14, 151, 154 1 Carlson, Pat Dale, Lorna, 43, 123, 125, 127 Carmichael, Dave, 33, 43, 111 Dalton, Ann Mary, 75, 151, 155 Carpenter, Beverly, 154, 158 Danford, Martin, 73 Carter, Raymond Daniels, Jerry A Carter, Eddie, 76, 104 Dappert, Nancy, 76, 102, 104 Cervenka, Joan, 82, 155 Darraugh, Beverly, 72 165 .,- Davis, Fermetha, 75 Davis, Gwendolyn, 75 Davis, Jerry, 45 Dawson, Betty, 81, 114, 118, 154 Dawson, William D., 73, 103, 104 Deblasi, Camille, 77, 151 Deck, Denelle, 77, 123, 155 Deering, Nancy Kay, 77 Delfrancesco, Frank J , 76, 137 DeFrancesco, Helen, 130 Degeneff, Robert C, 76, 137, 144 DeMay, Paul, 34,45 Demsky, Edward, 70, 104 Dennison, Beverly, 32, 35, 44, 98, 114,115,148,15O,152,158, 159 Denny, James, 136, 186 Deschu, Jackie, 28, 81, 118, 128, .p- Fahrenholz, Charles, 136 Farmer, Barbara, 131 Farmer, Billie, 45, 130, 131 Farmer, Judith, 28, 32, 70, 111, 150 155 q Farace, Bernice, 79 ' Farver, Ron, 101, 106 Fathman, Garry, 82, 101, 111, 114, 117, 136,142,145,150 Faygal, Valerie, 33, 79, 106, 111, 128,131,15O,154 Feldrnann, Gail, 45, 79, 103, 105, 162 Feldmann, Marilyn, 79, 161, 163 Feiler, Clifford, 70, 120 151, 154, '86 Feldeweffh, Ted, 7 1 f tl!- Dickens, Mlke Feldt, Mary Z g 'Ch , 154 Dickhans, Dennis, 79, 145 F Q '11 ' , ' 1 102' 130' 151 Di k' ,El ' ,81, 105 ,,,1-34.4 ' ' 4, 'Ti '- Diirxnroyfjilfers, 1 at Ferrer, of-e. 76, 103, 105, 128, , , , - 'A 11 ,151,155 7 - , er, Ted, 34, 47, 103, 105, 122, TSTG IHM 'M F' 13912 ir 74 106 127 155 ill - ,6118 fy' 'ff 1 O 1 1 1 1 : '?5:fDillon, Mofgofei, 76, 155 f ' Ffsldsf Kew 271 331471 146 :f Dmrich Nancy 44 9 128 Fields, Wayne, 82, 104, 136, 144, - -7 151 ' ' ' ' f 146, 180 Doermonf SU I 81 35, 72' 118, Finney, Marilyn, 45, 90, 94, 104 I 1 1,.h- ,,.,,. , .f' , 161 Donna, 77, 150 114,115, l3l,148,149,150, 154, 160 Douglas, Carol, 73, 101, 124, 125, 150, 154, 158,161 Douglas, Terry, 79 Dawell, John, 82, 111, 136, 15C oyle, David Sandy, 32, 44, 98, I01, 106, Fisk, Myiio, 79, 150, 155 ' Flesch, Barbara, 32, 35, 74, 106, 150, 155 Flesch, Marilyn, 74, 127, 155, 162, 163 Flesch, Mary, 33, 82, 98, 106, 117, 151,155,156,159 Fogarty, Patricia Foley, Ron, 82, 101, 150 l 130 1 I - oyle, 7 oyle, D , S Dfgfe, l 154, 163 Dreitlein, en , 7 , 23 Drew, John L, 75, 122 - '46 Drummon 71 lggl 154 ubro, Do 1 1 B11 Clos, 4, IIJJI 154 , 1 1 1, 122 uerr Je 161 uncan, J uncan, --- ungonl 9, , ,, 117, 150 unlop, P I 015, 30 Duvall, 'Af Eckwald, Bonita, 32, 83, 98, 102 104 5 82, 104 im 79,106,118,150, 57,158,159,161 Elmendorf, Mary, 72, 124, 155 Emery,fRichard, 78 ' i' ' -Engel, Jo Ann, 79, 155 1 Engigy, cg,-mief-70,'5T5h,a1b55, 157, - 1 9 "5fE5tes, deff, 3,54 46, 93, 94, 111, 136, - 11-50,186 ' Evans, Bill, 77 Ewersmann, John, 74 Ezell, Bob, 46, 145 1 103, 106 157 7 117 1 v-- 1' , Q31 ,G. li. Garda, Joseph, 33, 82, 121 Gains, Helen, 84, 111 Gallais, Michele, ss, 84, 93, 12885 ' '151, 154 Gamble, Jackie, 155 .,- Gamble, Lynn J., 77 1 Gamewell, Joan,82, 106, 151, 154 df.-Ganz, Stephen, 84, 122' Gardner, Charles, 84 Gardner, Janet, 72, 151, 155 Gardner, Jil, 33, 46, 91, 94, 95, 101, 106,114,148,149,151,152, 16 4 . i 9 . , J Q s 1 f, VAN. V .. Gardner, Tom, ' 3?7 ', 104, 12 I 5 TJ 4 Garibaldi, Roser?' , ' Garofolo, Ge 2347, 150, 186 Garofpfo, 28, 32, 82, 151, 941 'P F ir, Jcck,f72, 104, 137, 145 cdvey, Kathf18.L,151, 154 Hr Jim 8491 Y, , , aston, Bill, 70,215 2 Geile, Velma, 79 Geno, Doug, 79 Gensler, Charles, 84, 145 Gentles, Kay, 33, 81, 106, 114, 151 154 , 157 , aenify, Jo An11,72, 124, 151, 155 -1, George, Richard, 47, 110, 111, 118, ,Q 129 George . 130 , 11 n, Michael, 72 I Gertz, Gregory, 78, 1 18 'Tx . Gettemeier, Gene, 73 , Gettemeier, Judith, 76, 155, Gibson, Harold, 34, 75 ,W If Giedinghogen, Diane, 130 Giesler, Karen, 84, 151 1 ' Ginnever Diann 81 " U Gillies, Douglas, 70, 129f145 I I l Ginocchio, Carole, 84 G1ovando,Jame 148 4 Gisburne, Jan, Gittemeier, MGH, Gluckhertz, Judith, 46, 98, 115, 148, 150 Gnadt, Paul, 70, 143 Goclan, James Goehler, Rita Ann, 72, 155 . Goff, Nancy, 78 " ' oO11110fef,M11f1e1, ao, 151, 154 Goodale, Harry, 48, 103, 104, 150 1 -- Goodale, Judy, 80, 130, 151, 186 ij 6 Goodwin, Mac, 48, 102, 104 7 , Gould, Janiece, 81, 110, 111 ' Graber, Frances, 74, 151 Graber, Nellie Ann, 32, 46, 126, 130, 155 Gracey, Douglas, 32, 48 Graham, Charles, 48, 100, 103 Graham, Lee Edward Grbcic, Jack, 72, 136, 145 Greenman, Gary, 71 - Greenough, Mary Griese, Penny, 83, 151, 154, 186 Griffith, Marjorie, 72, 101, 103, 106, 107,12 ,151,155 Grimm, Carole, 84, 126, 151 Grimm, Jackie, 28, 32, 71, 110, 111 5 ,Q' 151, 155 Guin, Thomas, 77, 137, 146 ' Gulotta, Angela, 47, 130, 150 ' Gustin, Jerry, 49, 119 .H, Haefner, Carolyn, 34, 72, 124, 150, 155 Haefner, Jim, 49 ' Hogelman, Alon, 81 Hagewoad, Joyce, 73 Halbach, Ron, 83, 123, 136, 145 Hall, Barbara, 75, 155 Hals, Robert ,,, 5 ' ' Halverton, Winston, 77 Hamilton, Glenda, 47 Hamilton, Janet, 47 Hammann, Sondra, 80 Hammerschmidt, Julia, 47 Hannah, Beverly, 110, 111 ' GV Hanrohan, Marv Jeon,'Y11, 126, 155 Hduii, Peggy, 78, 118, 131 Harrington, Mark, 49 ,s Harris, Darla Jo Harris, Jane, 27, 34, 80, L06, 117, 2 152 -'W-C' si, 1 1 5301- .r 'F' Harris, Joan, 32, 77, 106, 150, 155 Harris, Lynne, 48, 114, 123, 150, 152, 153, 156, 158, 159, 160, 162, 164 Harrold, Brenda, 78 Harrald, Frank Hart, Larry, 49, 119, 126, 129 Harte, Sally, 78 Harting, Larry, 28, 35, 72, 137 Hartmann, Joyce, 75, 122, 150 Hartmann, Norbert, 74 Hartmann, Pamela, 70, 151, 155, 158, 160, 162 Hartmann, Ron, 83 Hartmann, Sandra, 49 Hashagen, Richard, 49 Hasty, Mary Ann, 70, 154, 156, 158, 159, 160 Hatfield, Susan, 77, 124, 154 Hauge, William, 82 Haugen, Marion, 28, 33, 83, 106, 151, 154 Hauhart, Barbara, 78, 106, 151, 154 Haupt, Carolyn, 79, 98, 103, 104 Hawkins, Nancy, 75, 104, 155, 158, 161, 162 Hawks, Brian, 102 Haynie, James, 143 ' 100, 154, 158 75, 155 Marianne, 34, 83, 123, 150, 1 Heenan, Hunter, Karen, 83, 150, 154 Hunze, Charles, 122 Hussmann, Harry, 73, 142 Husted, Richard, 31, 114, 122 Huther, Bradford, 75, 137 Hynek, Tom, 79 ihie, Alon, 51, 102, 104, 136 Ilsemann,Ton1, 70, 151, 155 .J, Jackson, Karl, 52, 110, 111, 123 Jacobi, Stephen, 74, 143 James, Ray, 28, 34, 52, 116, 122, 129 Janssen, Sandra, 82, 101 Jarzenbeck, Bob, 52 Jasoring, Priscilla, 81, 102, 104, 106 110,111,114,130,151,155 Jeffers, Ron, 28, 33, 35, 73, 106 Jenkins, Howard, 71, 104, 122 Jennings, Jack, 75, 122 Johann, Frank, 82 Johns, Barbara, 49 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, ,Carol, 81, 106 77' 1 Ed, 94, 96,111,145 t James, 79 Judy Ann,77,151,155 Paul Sharon, 33, 74, 150, 155 Jones, John Paul, 79 Jones, Kathleen, 32, 40, 50, 94, 96 1 Heggarty, Bill, 74, 16:11, 122, 145 Heggiei, aoiofes, 28, 35, 48, 1 oo, 106 150 154 Heil. , , , , 1 Heinrich, J n, 81 H ' ' 1 4 wx .si Hendry, Joh , 50 , Henselmeie Carol, 79, 151, 186 Heremeyer, arbara, 74, 101, 106 Heremeyer, ob, 82, 140, 142, 145 Herin, Fran Herrera, Be Hertenstein dir Bob HickeyTFlo Hickey, Jo 1-lill, David Hizer, Mar Haehn, Do Hoeltzel, R Hoffman, Hoffman, 5 s, B1 trice, 83, 150, 162, 163 Neil, 82, 114, 136 0 ard, 83, 142, 144 ,28, 33, 40, 50, 121 '1 Ellen, 100,110,111 thy, 48 ecca, 32, 73, 151, 155 ancy, 75, 154, 156, 1 ue, 1 Hoffman, Pa 1' Hoffmann, Fre Hoffmann, Ke Haffmeyer, Hagan, Wa 3, 136, 146, 1 0, 150, 186 Po rre 45 Holmes, Jerry, A' "' Holmes, Paul, 34,'72 Holtgrewe, Julia, 49, 123, 155 Holtshouser, Jim, 51, 104 Halubeck, Roy, 8 Halzbour, Phil Horton, Virginia, 49 Hotop, Harold, 73 Hudgins, Kay, 77, 154 1-ludgins, Larry, 51, 118, 119, 129 Hudson, Su san, 73, 123, 155 Huey, Nancy, 72, 106, 124, 151, 155, 156, 160 Hug, Jacqu elyn Hulbert, Elaine, 83 Hulett, Tom, 73, 122 Hundelt, George, 51, 1 14 Hunt, June, 83, 123, 155 Hunter, Donna, 49, 1 19 101,103,106,111,114,115, 124,151,155 Jones, Mary Jane, 27, 28,,32, 40, 50, 91, 94, 96, 1Y'4, 115, 126, 130, 148, 151, 152 J Nancy, 83 V- -- - --' -f ' ' 1' , Y B f Jo ,W y, ' 'F Jos , , O Jos Pat, , Joyce, Kathie , .. i ml "fi Kamfz, lick! ' Q Kappauff, Patricia Karpowecz, Francis Kilmer, Michael, 53 Kilmer, Sue, 79, 154 King, Kaki, 83, 154, 186 Kirby, Clifford, 34, 54, 104 Kirby, W11lIOfn, 77, 103, 137 K1rcher,Pam, 71, 155 Kleinigger, Kathy, 82 Klos, Robert, 78, 123 Knecht, Janet, 81, 126, 151, 154 186 Kn1ttel,George, 53 Koen, Gary, 84, 118 Kohnen, Barbara, 81 Kohnen, Ronald, 119 Kolley, Terry, 79 Koob, Georgan, 73, 151, 155 Koop, Helen Ann, 51, 119 Koop, Jim, 70 Kopecky, Phyllis, 70, 150, 155 Kopecky, Ted, 73, 124 Kopp, Janet, 79 Kawalok, Mary Ann, 79, 123, 126, 150, 154 Kowalski, Richard, 76, 122, 143, 145 Kraft, Carol Kraft, Ron, 70 Kramer, Diane, 74, 155 Kramer, Josetta, 79 Kramer, Joyce, 28, 33, 83, 123, 151, 155 Krein, Joan, 34, 79, 151, 155 Kretzmann, Walter, 70 Krueger, Rose, 40, 51, 92, 94, 101, 106,1l4,116,131,136,149, 150, 152, 153, 156, 158, 159, 160, 161, 162,163 Krupp, Don, 54 Kruessel, Bob, 78 Kruse, Danna, 79 Kruse, Ron R., 71,118,137,146 Krutzman, Kay, 75, 103, 105, 124, 155 Kqvzman, Kunznick, ' ' www- v- ' J ' ., , L ray, Andra, J if: La uray, S ndra, 76 if Lode, Sherry, 72,1 155 o l - I La Fala, Rosalie,'ll11 . A LoGagIio, Marge, 78 La Grace Bill Kastor, Elaine? A, bert, , 1" XXXXAXXNXXX Kattleman, Em y, 7 146 ' - kemeye ohn, 7 Kava gh, ldo, 7 50 sin ,Jo 130 ' Kenn Jerry, 78 oi m3rs, TI, 83 Keev Vernon, 53 e, Carol, 3, 83, , 110, ll , Kelle Udifh, 84, 1 so, 155 Kell ancy, 50, 9, 150 Lang, Kathleen, 74, 118, 124, 155t Kelly, dith,84, 104- -' Lang, Kenneth, 34, 54 Kemerling, Sandra, 73, 131 , Kennedy, Dennis, 71, 101, 1187137, 143 Kenner, Dan, 84, 136, 140, 142, 145 Kennett, Carolyn, 77 Kennett, Douglas, 79 Kennett, LOGE, 73, 137 Kenney, Charlene, 50, 1 19 Keppel, John, 75 Kern, Gary, 75 Kerstine, Howard, 84, 1 17, 145 Kester, Terry, 79, 96, 1 10, 1 1 1, 1 14, 118, 122, 145 Keating, Chris, 76 Kesting, Margaret, 50, 114, 151, .. 152, 153, 156, 158, 160, 162 Kettenacker, Nancy, 78, 150, 152, 164 Kidder, Carolyn Jane, 72, 154, 155 Killmer, Jonathan, 53, 102 .cr 5-.. .5 Langehennig, Carol, 32, 98, 118, 126 Largent, Sue, 51, 155 Latsch, Marcia, 74 Lotta, Ron, 32, 54, 98, 110, 111 La1g1,Rita, 75 Lawrence, Katherine, 79, 106, 122, 124, 154 Lawrence, Linda Lee, 71, 101, 106, 151, 154 Lay, Denis, 75 Lea, Rich, 73 Learn, 70 Lee, Me vin, 76 Leer, Patricia, 79, 155, 160, 161 LeFaivre, Yvonne, 70, 155 Lehmuth, Lee, 84, 136, 145 Leigh, J0On Gail, 71 ., Lemkemann,Norman, 78 temonds, Donald, 71 Lemonds, Kay, 52, 150, 155 .1 rf Lempe, Harriett, 75, 155 Lentz, Jirn, 77 Leonard, Carol, 26, 27, 40, 52, 88, 94,96,106,111,114,115,116 126, 149,151,154 Leonard, Carolyn Sue, 52, 114, 130, l53,155, 156,158,162 Lester, Lawrence, 73 Lewis, Mary Fran, 71, 150 Lindsey, Margaret, 79 Lindsey, Molly Sue, 77, 155 Link, David, 83, 120, 145 Linne, George, 84, 122, 142 Linnenbringer, Danna, 79, 151, 154 Lischer, Richard, 76, 100, 143 Litzau, James Lockhart, Jessiemae, 52 Lockwood, Ron, 72, 136 Logan, John, 72 Lohmeyer, Lonnie, 83, 142 Looby, Tom Loraine, Sharon, 52 Lorenz, Bonnie, 77, 154, 158, 162 Lott, Diana, 78, 82 Louks, Alan Lowe, Beverly, 26, 27, 32, 40, 52, 92, 94, 114, 149, 151, 152,158 160, 162, 163 Luebbert, Jerry, 55 Luebbert, Sandra, 73, 155 Luebbert, Sharron, 53, 150 Lundholm, Dick, 74 Lynch, June, 76, 100, L23 . -M- Mabrey, Dolores, 72, 155 Maciocio, Nick, 76, 122 - 5 M k J d 77 UC , U Y, Mackley, Charles, 71 McCune, Patricia Ann McDaniel, Martha, 76, 151, 155 McDonald, Robert, 81, 142, 145 McDowell, Don, 74, 122 McFarland, Ran, 79, 118 McGee, Hazel, 72, 104, 155 McGrath, Doug, 83, 122, 136 McGuire, Jackie, 73, 106, 154, 158, 162 Mclntosh, Barbara, 28, 33, 81, 150, 152 Mclntosh, Rodney, 81, 142 Mclntosh, William, 56 McKee, Victoria, 28, 34, 74, 151, 155, 161 MCKinniS, Carl McKnight, Charles, 71 McLane, Barbara, 81 McNulty, Jim, 76, 145 Mcveoit, 79, 151,'15g McReynalds, Dennis, 1, 137, 144 McReynoldS, Thieron,'80, 1 18, 122, 144,146,147 A Af 'F 1 . 'E Pl, X I ' Muckle, Rose Ann, 55,f126, 15 f 154, 155, 156, 158 1 Mueller, Frank, 74 . I Mueller, Joy, 70, 151, 155 I Mueller, Michele , gr 1 Mueller, Paul, 56 s ' " Mullen, Nancy Jean, 20, 151' 154, Murat, Mary Ann ' -' i - 4 I Murphy, Sondra, 83 " Myers, Stephen, 56,.136, lil A - ' ' ' 5 ? ' ', , LM' f e Nash, 110751 ,56, 154, 162, 163 Nash, Jana ee, 56, P14, 1,l3, 152, 153,'156, 158,E,16Q,16?' 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Moreland, Norman Morgan, David, 56, 104, 146, 147 Morgan, Dick, 40, 56, 91, 94, 107, 114, 186 136,141,142,144,152, Morice, Donald, 74, 77 Morotz, Annette, 32, 55, 106, 128, 150, 154 Morris, Bob Morris, Joe, 122 Moyers, Kay, 55 Moyes, Randall, 76, 122 Muckerman, James, 32, 84, 145 Muckle, Gloria, 74, 126, 150 M4 WT "",. -, 57,1 K 72 102 104 Osborn, Paul, 1 19 Osbourn, Kenneth, 75 O'Shea, Eileen, 103, 105, 126, 151, 1.186-4.-an .... . O'Shea, Nance, 84, 151, 154, 158 Ostendorf, Carol, 34, 79, 136, 156, 159, 162,163,165 Ostendorf, Celine, 80, 152, 155, 157, 159, 165 Otten, Carol, 78, 155 Q Overy, John, 83 -p- ' nw'-Q Pace, David, 71 Polank, Frank, 77 Panages, Eddie, 727 101, 137, 145 Pape, Bill, 57 Parcel, Wayne, 79, 145 Paridy, Leroy, 82, 144, 146 Parke, Darrel, 74, 101, 137, 146 Parker, Bette, 57, 101, 103, 106 Parkes, Patty, 78, 106, 151 Parson, Jack, 35, 73, 110, 111,' 118 150 """' 1' f 1 X. .l v f ,Q ' vc ,, . 'S' ff.. 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