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Published by the Ha-ko Stag? of Fox High School
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our 1963 production.
"Pathways" is our theme--pathways of administration and faculty,
pathways of seniors, pathways of classes, and pathways of sports and
activities. Our pathways at Fox High School also lead to the future.
The aim of our annual is to spread good will among the students and
faculty, which ties in with the title of our yearbook, I-Ia-Ko, and Indian
word meaning "inter -tribal good will . " Another purpose is to provide
memories of significant high school days .
As you explore the pathways of your future, you will look back through
the 1963 I-la -Ko and remember the friends, fun, and good times you had
in your high school year of 1962-63 .
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tive year, holds the position of superintendent of
Fox School. He is responsible for directing the
operation of the school district. His duties range
from hiring teachers to making school improve-
bilities and serves our school well .
THE SCHOOL BOARD is the main link between
the community and the schools. Responsible to
the taxpayer, their goal is to provide the students
of the C-6 district with a complete education.
Pictured left to right are: Mr . Martin Mall, Mr.
R , K, Carpenter, Mr, Leo Peck, Mr , Richard
Morris, Mr , Charles Lawrence, and Mr . A . C.
West. Inset: Mr. Charles Lilly.
MR, CHARLES A. NEWMAN, serv
ing his second year as principal,
previously taught Business Education at
Fox High. He received a B .S ., and a
B .S . in Education from Southeast Mis-
souri State and a Master's degree in
Education at Missouri University. Be-
fore coming here he taught at Doe Run
High School in the lead belt area of
Missouri. He has made many friends
at Fox and both students and faculty will
remember his efficient method of hand-
ling school affairs and his friendly
MR. GEORGE BAXTER, for the fifth consecu-
ments . He very capably carries out his responsi-
MRS, BEULAH STRITE, our school nurse, makes
many contributions to make Fox High a more health-
ful place in which to learn, Not only does she serve
Fox High, but also the junior High and elementary
schools , Her job includes giving eye and ear tests,
weighing students and handling other medical needs ,
Senior Class Sponsor, Varsity
Basketball Coach, Boys' P.E.,
Guidance Counselor, B.S. in
National Honor Society Spon-
sor, Guidance Counselor, B.S.
in Ed. Ark. State College.
With the help of the Guidance Counselors, Mr .
Ross and Mrs . Hufstedler, many students have been
set upon the road to success . Besides giving achieve
ment tests and mental maturity tests, they also
answer questions and give guidance to students who
request it ,
MRS. ESTELLE HOFF-
MAN, our school secretary,
accomplishes many things in
a day's work. Her duties in-
clude compiling the attendance
records, making announce-
ment sheets, writing receipts,
keeping records of report
cards, answering telephone
calls, and numberless other
things, Her friendliness and
courtesy are appreciated by
all the students at Fox High,
B.S. in Ed. Geo. Peabody
MRS, ERMA BOYER,
our school librarian,
has given many dedi-
cated years of service
to the faculty and stu-
dents of F .H ,S .
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Eng. Il 6: III, Senior Sponsor,
B.S. in Education, ,S.E. Mo.
DONALD E. WISEMAN
French I 8:11, Spanish I 8: II,
Lang. Arts I, Spanish Club,
B.S. in Ed., S.E. Mo. U. of
BRYAN G. HALL
English III 8: IV, Journalism
Fox Fax, Ha-Ko, Head of
English Dept., B.S. in Ed.,
Ark. State College.
Language Is the Basis Qfflll Szfua'z'es
Lang. Arts 18:11, B.S. in Ed.,
Southeast Mo. St.
English I, Freshman Advisor,
B.S. in Ed., S.E. Mo. State.
Growth cy'Dem0craQ1 Was Tfacea'
Socialogy, Psychology, Con-
temporary Issues, American
History, Head of the Social
Science Dept., B.S. in
Education, S.W. Mo., M.S.,
U. of Mo.
American History, Citizen-
ship, B.S. in Education, S.E.
JERRY L. ALLEN
Economics, Speech, World
History, Debate, Drama
Division, B.S. in Ed., S.E.
Mo. State, M.S. in Ed., S.I.U
in the Social S15ua'z'es Classes
TROY A. LINGLE
Freshman Advisor, World
History, Thunderbirds, B.S. in
Education, S.E. Mo. State,
M.A. in Administration,
George Peabody College.
Citizenship, "B" Team Foot-
ball Coach, B.S. in Education,
Junior Sponsor, Biology,
American History, B.S. in
Education, Mo. U.
Stua'z'es in Math and Science .
EDWARD H. JACKSON, SR.
Head of the Math Department, Algebra II,
Trigonometry, Math Analysis, and Counse-
lor for the Junior High. B.S. in Education,
S.W. Mo. M.S., S.I.U. Thunderbirds. '
PAUL F ELDKER
Algebra 1, Functional Mathematics 1 and
ll, B.S. in Physics, St. Louis U.
DONALD C. BACON, JR.
Algebra 18:11, Geometry, Sophomore Ad-
visor. B.S. in Education, Wash. U. S.W.
Algebra 1, Terminal Math, Functional
Math Il, B.A., Central Methodist College.
Help Develop Clear Tlzz'nkz'ng.
CHESTER B. BOSTON LLOYD WHITLEDGE EDWARD SEABAUGH
Chemistry 18:11, Biology, Biology, Physical Science, Biology I 6:11, Physics, Audio
Future teachers, Head of the General Science, and Visual. B.S. in Education,
Science Department. A.B. Freshman Advisor. B.S. in S.E. Mo. State. S.I.U.
Illinois College, M.S. Education, S.E. Mo. State.
Arkansas State College.
Fine Arts Aequaint Us with Cultural LW -
CHARLES BONANO CLIFFORD K. CORRELL
Art I,I1, S.E. Mo., S.I.U. in "A" Band, "B" Band, and
Education. Elementary Instrumental
Instruction. B.S. in Ed., U. of
Girls' Glee Club, Chorus,
Fundamentals of Music. B.S
in Education, Uviusicj, S.E.
Boys' P.E., Health, Algebra,
Football Coach, Basketball
Coach. B.S. in Education,
U. of Ill., S.E. Mo.
Girls' P.E., Health, Cheer-
leaders, Volleyball Coach.
B.S. in Education, S.E. Mo.
Practical Arts Develop Manual Dexterigf.
Senior Sponsor, Shop, Drafting. B.S. 6:
M.S. in Ind. Education, Kansas State.
Home Economics. B.S. in Education, S.W.
Mo., Iowa S., U. of Mo.
Business Courses Develop Skills.
Senior Sponsor, Typing I,
Secretarial Practice, Short-
hand, Bookkeeping, Head of
the Business Department.
B.S. in Business Ed., Central
Typing, Shorthand, Thunder-
bird Sponsor. B.S. in Educa-
tion, S.E. Mo. State.
Basic Business, Language
Arts II, B.S. in Education,
S.E. Mo. State.
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Lz'bm1fz'ans Give Assistance Dazbz.
Twelve students have a daily job
assisting Mrs. Hoffman in the office.
Their tasks include collecting slips of
attendance, answering the telephone,
Assisting Mrs. Boyer in the
library are ten students whose job
consists of checking out library
books for other students, and such
other jobs as are necessary to keep
our library functioning for the
benefit of not only sutdents, but for
the faculty as well.
ROW 1: Janet Pulliam, Fern Pflantz, Virginia
Livingston, Pat Boston, Audrey Brahnam, Carol
Welker. ROW 2: Mrs. Boyer, Betty Rice,
Terry Lingle, Sandy Strong.
distributing special and daily announce
ments, and numerous other jobs .
TOP ROW: Durcille Dudash, Sharon Wilkin, Fern
Buettner, Kay Bernhardt, Max Oehlert, Gail
Zellich, Dennis Cordell. BOTTOM ROW: June
Ellis, Kathie Siedler, Kathy Cloninger, Pam
Zachary, Linda West.
Even on the most
gloomy days, our
bus drivers are
cheerful and friendly
to all. With their
careful driving they
provide the students
with safe transpor-
tation each day.
ROW 1: Mr. Marschel,
Mr. Page, Mr. Poignee,
Mr. Christ, Mr. Zeigler,
Mr. Hallenber 'er Mr
I-Igemann. ROW 2: Mr.
I-Iandlang, Mr. Haggard,
Mr. Flamm, Mr. Mall,
E Q Fox High cooks not only prepare hot i
noon lunches for the majority of the
students, but serve them with a friendly
' smile each day.
Mr. Roy Smith served his first year
fii as head dietician and has proved himself
5 to be capable and efficient.
Mrs. Oehlert assists with the snack
i bar, which was opened for the first time
this year . ,
ROW 1: Mrs. Oehlert, Mrs. Bertha Brooks, Mrs. Carpenter, Mrs. Angeline Vincent, ROW 2: Mrs.
Opal Miller, Mrs. Fouser, Mrs. Dorothy Hollings-
worth, Mrs. Mildred Sullins, Mrs. Vada Adami. N
We Receive Service Daibf from Cooks, Chaujjers, ana' Custodians . . 1 M
The custodians at Fox l
are known by most of the ,
students as being always
ready and willing to help
everyone. They are
major factors in keeping
gt . the halls of FHS sparkling
W W O clean and safe.
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Our monsters are . . . Shirley DaMeris, Judy
Touchette, and Donna Myers!
Let's twist again . . .
Passin' the apple
George, Pam, David,
and Joan race down
the gym floor during
Entering the gym through a terrifying spook house haunted by three mad ghoulsg
Shirley DaMeris, Donna Myers, and Judy Touchette, the 250 students who attended the
annual Stalk Stomp began an evening of fun and excitement. They danced, ate, and
played games amid corn stalks, pumpkins, and hay.
Prizes were awarded to Billy Brown, who blew a ping-pong ball across the gym floor
the best fast-dancing couple, Linda Taylor and Kenny Tuckerg and the best slow-
dancing couple, Debbie Willingham and john Nichols. They each received a pop record
Edward Gamache, the winner of the surprise box, was startled to find a can of baby
powder as his prize. Winners of the three -legged race were Pam McClellan and
George Frenz .
Sponsored by the Ha-Ko staff, the affair helps to finance the yearbook.
Spooks, Stalks, Fooai and Fun!!
In between games, dancing was enjoyed by many couples.
Coach O'Connor drilled this year's
team hard in after-school practices,
developing the players into an out-
standing team. His knowledge of
football, and the ability to apply it
to our team paid off in excellent
The 1963 Warriors were a
spirited team, providing a very
exciting season for the football
fans. Many students who pre-
viously lacked interest in the
sport came to see the Warriors
The record of two wins, two
ties, and five losses does not
show the fine playing and sports
manship displayed by the team
during the season. Win or lose,
both the Varsity and "B"
Warriors played excellent foot-
ball and battled for each game.
Coach lman began his first year
at Fox as line coach for the
varsity. He also very capably
coached the "B" Warriors, leading
them through an excellent season.
His teaching has prepared many
boys for the varsity next year.
The FHS Warrz'0rs Won Two,
Teammates, coaches, and spectators line the side-
lines at one of the varsity games.
FHS 6 . . . . Lutheran Central 0
FHS O . . . . Festus 22
FHS 20 . . . . St. Francis Borgia 21
FHS 0 . . . . Northwest 40
FHS 13 . . . . Lutheran South 13
FHS 13 . . . . Wellston 13
FHS 26 . . . . Potosi 14
FHS 6 . . . . Wentzville 26
FHS 0 . . . . Herculaneum 6
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handed Fox its first de-
feat of the season on
Friday, September 28 .
The Warriors were un-
able to score as the
Tigers ran their score
higher and higher.
On October 6, l962, the
Fox Warriors faced the St.
Francis Borgia Knights in
their third game of the
season. On their own
hunting grounds, the
Warriors were defeated by
one point, the final score
being 21-20. The game
was very close right down
to the last play. In the
fourth quarter, just be-
fore the Warriors scored
their last touchdown, Jim
Reynolds made a tremen-
dous catch after Dockery
fumbled. However, the
Knights won in spite of the
Warriors' fine show.
The Fox Warriors opened their
1962 football season with a thrill-
ing victory over Lutheran
Central, September fifteenth.
The touchdown was scored when
Gerald Dockery caught a twenty-
seven yard pass hurled by Ken
History was in the making
because it was the first time the
Warriors had ever defeated the
By scoring a 22 to 0 ViCt01'Y
over the Warriors, the Festus Tigers
Tied Two, and
The Warriors get into formation for a fight on the scrimmage line
Battledjbr F ive
JIM BROWN- BOB BUESKING- BILL CHII.DS-- JOE CULLEN
Junior, Quarterback Sophomore, Tackle Junior, I-Ialiback Senior End
October 13 brought a
crushing defeat to the brave
Warriors who did battle with
the Northwest Lions.
In rapid succession, our
opponents broke loose and
overpowered the Warriors to
bring the score to a final 40-
0 victory over Fox.
Sophomore, Right End
JOHNNY HUGHES- -
Sophomore, Halib ack
GERALD DOCKERY-- EDDIE DOVE-- DAVID FRANK--
Sophomore, Halfback Junior, Halfback Senior, Tackle
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ROGER LYNDE-- BUDDY MONTGOM.ERY-- HENRY MOOY--
Junior, Guard Freshman, Halfback Senior, Center
Warriors fought to a 13-13 tie.
Made the 1963 Team
FOX vs. LUTHERAN SOUTH
October 20, 1962
By adding hustle, determi-
nation, and guts to our team,
the Warriors recovered from
last week's crushing defeat
and tied the Lutheran Lancers
13-13, in one of the most
thrilling games of the season.
Led by our cheerleaders, the
Thunderbirds and other
spectators cheered our team
loud and strong during the
DON NEY-- JOHN NlCHOLS-- BOB POWERS--
Freshman, Center Junior, Guard Sophomore, End
Fox players tackle prevent the opponent from scoring in a close game.
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Sophomore, Fullb ack
One to Remember. GARY PR1CKm--
Fox vs. WELLSTON
October 27, 1962
A large, enthusiastic
crowd of alumni and stu-
dents watched a thrilling
competition between the
Fox Warriors and the Well
ston Trojans in the Home-
coming game on October
27. Sparked by the bon-
fire and pep rally the night
before, the Warriors
fought to a 13-13 tie with
JIM REYNOI.DS-- RANDY ROBERTS-- RON SITZE--
Junior, End Freshman, Guard JI-1l'li01', Tackle
FOX vs. POTOSI TROJANS
In a slow, steady driz-
zle of rain, the Warriors
upset the Potosi Trojan's
Homecoming by winning 26-
14. Gerald Dockery scored
the first touchdown by
rambling through the mid-
dle of the defense line to
the goal line. The War-
riors again marched into
scoring position and Kenny
Tucker completed a 12-
yard run to score. Potosi
showed running threats,
but two more touchdowns
were scored by the War-
riors to spoil their hopes.
Freshman, Fullb ack
Fox fans show varying emotions during a lull in the game.
Warriors fight to a standstill with little time left to play.
ROW 1: Wayne Seabaugh, Perry Wells, Gary Brammer, Fred Waldrop, Frank Sotolar, Larry Seward. ROW 2:
Danny Carpenter, Delane Skinner, Dennis Spoerry, Frank Kratky, Mick O'Neal, Jerry Harmon. ROW 3: Manager
Buddy Jackson, Jim Gherardini, David Taft, Mr. Iman, Coach, Mike Marty, Greg Marye, Manager, Ed Gamache.
Not Pictured: David Praul
Show Great Prom ise.
Drilling hard in practices after
school, the "B" football team, coached
by Mr. Iman and Mr. O'Connor, made
the practice pay off by coming in second
place for the season.
The "Little Warriors" received their
awards for good teamwork along with
the Varsity players.
"B" Team Schedule Q1962j
. . . . . Crystal City .
. . . . . Mehville . . .
. Fox 18
. Fox 0
. Fox 12
. Fox 0
. Fox 13
. Fox 7
. Fox 19
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The "B" Warriors showed their ability in many games.
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The Homecoming week-end opened up with the
lighting of the traditional bonfire on Friday night,
October 26. As the sparks flew high overhead, the
cheerleaders led the enthusiastic assembly of stu-
dents and alumni in spirited yells, to boost hopes
of winning the game the next day.
Bright and early the next morning, class floats
were brought from their hiding places to be judged
The Senior float, a colorful red locomotive,
captured first place 5 followed by the sophomore
Thenbegan the longest Homecoming parade in
the history of our school. Local residents emerged
from their homes to watch as honking cars, covered
with gaily colored streamers and banners, passed by.
The mighty Wellston Trojans did battle with the
Warriors that afternoon. Although hopes were high
for a homecoming victory and the Trojans battled
fiercely, and the game ended in a 13-13 tie.
That evening, students and alumni re-
turned to attend the annual Homecoming
Dance. Throughout the evening, suspension
mounted as to who would be queen.
Finally, amid a medieval royal court set-
ting, last year's queen, Miss Judy Walsh,
relinquished her crown to the new queen,
Miss Barbara Schmidt.
The band playing
the introduction of
the maids and queen
candidates, the yells
of the cheerleaders
and fans, the last-
minute plans by the
coaches, and of
course, the game--
a11 were part of the
1963 Fox Homecom-
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Senior Maid 5
Junior Maid 3
Je anne Stuckm eyer
Freshman Maid 5
Sophomore Maid 5
Lovebf Maz'ds Graceaf the Medieval
Left to Right: David Frank, Colleen Adams, Fred Melton, Jeanne Stuckmeyer, Jim Reynolds, Terry Lingleg Joe
Cullen, Judy Walsh, Sonny Vincent, Barbara Schmidt, Henry Mooy, Karen Simcoxg Tom Burn, Sandy Strong, Kenny
Tucker, Bernice Seabaughg John Nichols, Barbara Lynde.
"Come on Team, We're Backing You."
"Fight, Warriors, Fight!" These
words are very well known to most Fox
High students, especially the Thunder-
birds. This year's pep club was the
largest ever. Their spirit and en-
thusiasm in backing the team had a
tremendous effect on the results of the
This year the members purchased
sweatshirts and proudly wore them to
school and games.
The Thunderbirds learned many new
cheers, introduced to them by the
cheerleaders, and loudly voiced their
enthusiasm at all of the games. FHS
can be proud of the soaring school spirit
that has been shown in the Thunderbirds
Doug N esslein--Vice-President
KARBXI ECKMAN BERN ICE SEABAUGH
Captain., Senior, Co-captain, Senior,
4 letters 4 letters
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Hooray for the team! Hooray for the
cheerleaders too! Our cheerleaders de-
serve a cheer for themselves once in a
while. They have practiced all summer
long to perfect the cheers for this year's
basketball and football seasons and now at-
tend every game to help urge our boys on
Tell Thunderbzrds and
JEDDA HEINEMANN LINDA WARREN
Junior, 2 letters Junior, 1 letter
Cheerleaders to Boost --
SHIRLEY LYNCH MABLE BLAKE BARBARA LYNDE COLLEEN ADAMS
Freshman, 1 letter Sophomore, 1 letter 29 Sophomore, 2 letters Freshman, 1 letter
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Spirit at Athletic Events.
Coached by Mrs. Bonnie Fields, the
"B" cheerleaders have led the Thunder-
birds in urging the boys to victory . They
are members of the National Cheer-
leaders Association, as is the Varsity
squad. Their peppy cheers and en-
thusiasm shown at the assemblies and
games are appreciated by the team and
the students as well.
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Freshman, 1 letter
LOIS LAUX1v1AN VICKI BASDEN BECKY TUSHER
Sophomore, 1 letter Sophomore, 2 letters Freshman, 1 letter
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Warriorettes Coach Mrs. Fields and Student
Manager, Barbara Schmidt. Not pictured is Mr.
Lingle, the second Varsity Coach.
Bringing their record to seventeen wins and
one loss over a period of two years, our
Warriorettes captured the first place trophy
for the Championship of Jefferson County. And
well deserved it was, since the team spent
long hours practicing and learning new skills
from their coaches, Mrs. Fields and Mr.
Seniors Bernice Seabaugh and Terry Lingle
were high scorers for the team, Bernice with
a total of 75 points and Terry with 68 .
We are very proud of our reigning champ
ions and wish them continued success in the
year s to follow.
THE 1963 WARRIORET TES
Ruth Ann Bucholz . . . .
Barbara Lynde . .
Gwen Gogarn .... .
Janet Downey . .
Terry Lingle . . .
Madelaine Benz .
Binnie Byrnes . .
Golda Rohman . .
Sharon Clause . .
TERRY LIN GLE-
Spiker, 4 letters
FHS . .33 Hillsboro ..... 31
FHS . .32 Festus ...... 17
FHS. .62 Potosi ....... 17
FHS . .59 Herculaneum. . .21
FHS . .35 Northwest .... 16
FHS. .28 Crystal City . . .28
FHS . .42 DeSoto ...... 18
Team Is Pride Q' Fox H igh
Set-up, 2 letters
The Warriorettes practice to perfect teamwork.
BERNLCE SEABAUGH- -Senior,
Spike r, 2 letters
GWEN GOGA RN- - Junior,
Spiker, 3 letters
Gwen spikes a point as team watches.
Spiker, 1 letter.
RUTH ANN BUCHOLZ--Sophomore,
Set-up, 1 letter.
Warrz'0rettes Win Second Con
The County Volleyball Tournament, held at
Crystal City, again provided excitement for
the spectators and a first-place trophy for
Fox's trophy case.
After defeating Herculaneum in the first
round and Festus in the second, the Warrior-
ettes again battled Crystal City for the cham-
pionship. After a close, nerve-wracking
game, the Warriorettes won by the score of
26 to 21 .
Set-up, 1 letter.
Set-up, 1 letter.
secutive Conkrence Trophy.
1 Terry and Gwen provide the action as the rest of the team looks on anxiously.
ROW 1: Pat Boston, Set-upg Peggy Sisco, Set-upg Charlotte Stevenson, Set-upg Mary Hill, Spikerg Bonnie Wick
Set-ups Laurene Kelly, Set-up. ROW 2: Jackie Baker, Spikerg Cheryl Nichols, Spikerg Jeanne Miller, Spiker
Betty Bieller, Spikerg Jessica Oestricker, Set-upg Marilyn Mottert, Spiker.
'B' Warrz'0rettes Gain Valuable
Jeanne watches as Jackie scores a point
for the Wartiorettes.
THE "B" WARRIORETTE
FHS. . 9 Hillsboro .... 92
FHS . .15 Festus ...... 65
FHS . .33 Potosi ...... 30
FHS. . 9 I-lerculaneurn . . 62
FHS . .35 Northwest .... 42
FHS. . 7 Crystal City. . . 56
FHS . .27 DeSoto ...... 37
Handicapped by lack of experience,
the "B" Warriorettes, with Mrs. Fields
as their coach, won one game and
barely lost two others . With a year
behind them filled with practices and
drills, big things will be expected of
them in the future.
Carnival time for FHS in 1962 was a
gay and fun-filled affair. Early in the
evening suspense began to mount as to
who would be the 1962-63 Carnival
Queen. People mingled through the
gym playing the coke tosses, shooting
galleries, a hoopla game, bowling lanes
and fishing ponds . The cake walks
were popular with everyone, especially
those who proudly carried off a cake .
The variety show and one -act plays
performed before houses filled to
Highlighting the evening was the
Coronation of Miss Rita Dennert as the
1962-63 Carnival Queen. Miss Karen
McClelland reigned as princess.
Attending the Queen were Linda Warren
junior: Pat DeLisle, Sophomoreg and
Linda Taylor, Freshman. Miss Debbie
Lynch attended the junior High princess
Miss Rita Dennert, 1962-63 Carnival Queen and Mr.
Dennis Canova, her escort.
Carnival Time Brings
Fun and Excitement.
Examples of two of the many varieties of games at the Carnival.
Queen Rita and part of her Royal Court.
Retiring Queen Miss Gail McManus Junior Maid Linda Warren and her Sophomore Maid Pat Del,isle and
and her escort, Scott Hawkins. escort, Bill Childs. Virgil Neymeyer, her escort.
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Freshman Maid Linda Taylor and Karen McClelland, 1962-63 Junior Debbie Lynch, Junior High Maid,
her escort, Kennith Tucker. High Princess and her escort Joe and her escort, Dennis Adams.
Part of the Royal Court for the Carnival 1962-63.
Freshmen Present Festive
Twisting to the music of the Spiders, many students enjoyed
the Christmas Dance.
In a setting of festive
holiday decorations, the
Freshman class presented the
annual Christmas Dance to the
school. The dancers, who
twisted and rocked the hours
away, took advantage of the
music provided by the Spiders
The Freshmen put a lot of
hard work into the advertise-
ments, decorations, refresh-
ments and entertainment, and
succeeded in making the 1962
Christmas Dance one to
With mixed expressions, students sitting at tables watch the rocking dancers.
In-between dances, dancers gather
at tables and enjoy refreshments.
Looks like Butch is having a swinging time!
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Listen to the guitar men!
Jim Douglas and Barbara West
enjoy a slow dance.
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ROW 1: Don Warnell, Student Managerg Bob Neheiser, Bill Childs, Eddie Dove, Richard Dickson, Ronnie Freeman
Mike O'Nei1l, Student Manager, Bill Rouse, Student Manager. ROW 2: Mr. Ross, Bob Benz, Kenny Becker, Jim
Douglas, Roy Hindle, Tom Smith, Gerald Dockery, Kenny Tucker, Mr. Jackson.
Varsigf Team Is Source qfPria'e.
Varsity scores in the Festus game.
The Fox High Warriors played some
excellent basketball this year, boasting an
ll-6 record, as ofthe game with Festus,
February l. The Fox "A" team captured
two trophies for our school this season--
a consolation trophy in the Hillsboro
Tournament and a consolation trophy in the
As of the Festus game, the high-point
men were Gerald Dockery with 288 points,
Tom Smith with 230 points, Ronnie Free-
man with 99 points, Bob Benz with 82
points, and Roy Hindle with 78 points.
In the seventeen games they played to
February 1, the Warriors accumulated
965 points as compared to 849 for their
opponents. The Fox fans can be proud of
the Warriors for their fine sportsmanship
as well as their skill on the court.
ROY HINDLE, Senior,
RON FREEMAN, Senior,
1 letter. '
Spirit andthe Wz'll to Wz'n Made
BOB NEIHEISER, Senior,
FOX VS ST. FRANCIS DE SALES
The Warriors began their 1963 season
with a victory over St. Francis. Close
during all four quarters, suspense in-
creased at the game's end as the team tied
59-59 . The score after one overtime was
61-615 for the second it was 63-63. In the
third overtime, Fox defeated the Crusaders
TOTALS: Smith 14, Douglas 7, Dockery
18, Benz 4, Dickison 3, Becker 2, Hindle
4, Freeman 11, Neiheiser 6.
Excited fans voice their enthusiasm at the St. Pius X
FOX VS. CRYSTAL CITY
Crystal City handed the Warriors their
first conference defeat of the season. A1-
though Fox led by three points at the half,
the Hornets rallied in the last two quarters
As time ran out, the Warriors were over-
come by a score of 46-35.
TOTALS: Smith 9, Douglas 4, Dockery
11, Benz 4, Dickison 2, Becker 1, Hindle
2, Neiheiser 2 .
RICH DICKISON, Senior,
The B025 A ggressive.
The boys pose with the consolation trophy they won by defeating
the Leadwood Pups in the Hillsboro Tournament.
The Hillsboro Tournament was played
December 4-8 at the Hillsboro High
gym. In the Warriors' first game, they
bowed to St. joseph in a pinch defeat of
one point, 48-47.
The Warriors then faced the Hawks
of Hillsboro, gaining a 39-21 victory
which led to a chance for the consolation
trophy in the tournament.
The play-off for the Consolation
Trophy was battled with the Leadwood
Pups. The Warriors won the game
with an easy scalping 58-38.
FLAT RIVER CHRISTMAS
On the second night of the Flat River
Tourney in the opening game, the
Warriors edged out the Bonne Terre
Bulldogs in a close 61-59 tangle. The
game went into a three-minute over-
time when the two teams each had 47
after four quarters.
Fox battled it out with the Esther
Pirates in their second game, but in the
end it was the Pirates that held the
upper hand, claiming a 59-51
victory, removing Fox from the
In the first game of the Desloge
Tournament, january 19-26,
DeSoto slid past Fox with a
Score of 54-51. The Warriors
gave up their eight -point lead at
the half and failed to conquer the
Leading all the way through
were the Fox Warriors when they
placed Arcadia Valley in the
second game of the tournament.
Arcadia Valley trailed at the half
18-8 and were trounced by the
time of the final whistle 65-42.
The Warriors repaid the
Herky Blackcats for an earlier
defeat in the season by scalping
them in the third tournament
game 52-44, coming from behind
at the half.
With two victories and one
defeat, the Warriors won the
consolation trophy in the Blck
division of the Desloge Tourna-
TOM SMITH, Junior,
EDDIE DOVE, Junior,
KENNY BECK:-:R, senior,
FOX VS. DESOTO
The season's second conference game
found the Warriors pitted against the
Dragons at DeSoto . Fox trailed by four
points at the half but fought back to win
63-52, cooling the fire of the Dragons.
TOTALS: Smith 17, Dockery 14,
Benz 14, Becker 2, Hindle 16.
FOX VS. NORTHWEST
The Warriors avenged last fall's
football defeat by trouncing Northwest
53-49. Fox was in control all four
quarters and led 26-23 at the half. The
Warriors continued scoring in the
second half, and the Lions saw time
slip away in a 53-49 Warrior victory.
TOTALS: Smith 13, Dockery 15,
Benz 5, Becker 7, Hindle 5, Freeman 8 .
Close Games Made
FOX VS. ST. PIUS X
At Festus, St. Pius X held an im-
posing half-time lead of eleven points in
Fox's fifth game. However, in the last
half it was the Langers' turn to feel the
Warriors' Wrath. Battling back, Fox
won by a score of 48-44.
TOTALS: Smith 11, Dockery 25,
Benz 2, Dickison 3, Becker 1, Hindle 4,
Neiheiser 2 .
FOX VS. HERCULANEUM
At Arnold, Herky grabbed a 17-11
lead in the first quarter over the War-
riors, and held off a last-quarter rally
to win 53-51. The Fox quintet lost the
game at the free throw line, where they
could connect only 7 of 21 charity tosses
TOTALS: Smith 18, Hindle 3,
Becker 8, Dockery 6, Benz 4, Neiheiser
5, Freeman 6, Dickison 1.
This Season One
BOB BENZ, Junior,
GEORGE BOSTER, Senior,
GERALD DOCKERY, Soph
omore, 1 letter.
JIM REYNOLDS, Junior,
FOX VS. ESTHER
In the seventh game of the season,
Esther handed Fox an 85-70 defeat at
Esther. The Warriors got off to a slow
start, and Esther scored 41 points in the
first half to gain a 10 point halftime
advantage. Fox battled back in the re-
maining quarter, but was unable to catch
the Pirate quintet.
TOTALS: Smith 25, Dockery 17,
Neiheiser 12, Hindle 2, Becker 2, Dove
2, Boster 2, Freeman 7.
The two Varsity Co-Captains, Roy Hindle and Rich
BILL CHILDS, Junior,
JIM DOUGLAS, Junior. After five games, Jim
transferred to Mehlville. He has 1 letter.
FOX VS. FESTUS
Fox collected its fourth conference
victory with a win over the Festus
Tigers . The Warriors accumulated a
fourteen-point halftime lead, and al-
though Festus tried to catch the speed-
ing Warriors, the game ended with a
80-62 scalping of the Tigers .
TOTALS: Hindle 2, Dockery 27,
Smith 17, Freeman 20, Dickison 10,
Neiheiser 4 .
ROW 1: Don Warnell, Jerry Harmon, Bill Brown, Mike Watkins, Larry Seward, Buddy Jackson, Buddy Montgomery,
Jim Gherardini, David Taft, Bill Rouse, Mike O'Neal. ROW 2: Mr. Jackson, Coach, Wayne Paul, Edward
Gamache, Ricky Schmitz, Gary Mueller, Ralph Damon, Don Ney, Harold Jester, Steve Starr, John Hughes, Mr.
"Little Warriors" Display Fine
The Fox "Little Warriors" showed
fine teamwork and determination this
year, resulting in an accumulation of
369 points, as of the Festus game.
The "B" team, gaining valuable experi-
ence, won five and lost four.
Although the "B" boys did not play
in any tournaments, their ability to
cope with tough teams was well dis-
The boys were very capably coached
by Mr. Jackson and Mr. Ross .
The score goes up another notch as a "Little
Warrior" attempts a goal.
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team before a
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ROW 1, Bob Benz, Jim Brown, Kenny Tucker, John Nichols, Jim Reynolds, Kenny Becker, Bill Childs, Roger Lynde,
Tom Smith, Mr. O'Connor, coach. ROW 2, Fred Melton, Tom Byrne, Gerald Dockery, Mike Watkins, John Hughes,
Ron Chilton, Eddie Dove, Henry Mooy, Charlie Lang, Ron Sitze. ROW 3, David Frank, Tom Wecker, Richard
Dickison, Ron Freeman, Roy Hindle, Randy Roberts, Don Ney, George Boster, Bob Powers, Buddy Montgomery.
Lettermen Lead Athletes
The members of this year's Letterrnen's Club
represent the finest athletes from each of the sports
Fox High offers. Eligibility for the Lettermen's
Club requires a varsity letter in football, basketball
OFFICERS: QI. to r., Tom Byrnes, Vice- or track .
President, Fred Melton, President, Tom
Ken Becker, Treasurer, was not present , I ' ,
for the Picture The Lettermen assembled in a "V" for "V1ctory' formation.
Students and alumni anxiously await the
entrance of the new Queen.
Sophomores find that the dance is not all
Students take time out to relax in-between dances.
Charlie Beache and the Playboys provided
music at the dance.
In a setting of japanese lanterns, colorful
crepe paper, and music provided by Charlie
Beache's band, Miss Deatra McGary was
crowned l963 Basketball Queen. Students and
alumni watched as Miss Eva Kravat, retiring
queen, relinquished her crown to the new
royalty. Serving as special maid to the queen
was Miss Susan joannes . Representing the
classes were Miss Beth Graham, junior maidg
Miss Paula Faulkner, Sophomore maidg and
Miss jackie Baker, Freshman maid.
Students either relaxed and talked or twisted and danced before and after the crowning of the Queen.
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ueen Deatm Begins Her Rezlgn.
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ROW 1: Billy Brown, Maxine Oehlert, John Hughes, Janet Scott, Janet Downey, Margie Rickles, Jim Reynolds
ROW 25 Jim Gheradini, Mike Boyles, Barbara Lynde, Gay Parker, Betty Manskey, Linda Taylor, Elaine Evans, Cathy
Counsell, Terry Lingo, Dianne Volk, Gail Zellich, Shirley Ferguson. ROW 3: Ricky Tudor, Arnold Manskey,
Dennis Canova, Bill Childs, Ricky Schmidt, John Nichols, Eddie Dove, Perry Wells, John Carton, Mike Joest,
The Student Council - Is Injluentzal
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The Student Council is the backbone
of the F ox High School student body .
The Student Council, next to Mr. New-
man, really keeps the high school
moving. The Council consists of two
pupils from every advisory--a repre-
sentative and an alternate . The Student
Council sponsors many school functions,
one of which is the annual Football
FRONT ROW: Margie Rickles--Secretary, Janet
Downy--President, Janet Scott--Vice President,
SECOND ROW: John Hughes, Treasurer, Jim
John Hubbs and Janet Downey decorate for the annual Homecoming
Dance sponsored by the Student Council.
Members of the Student Council
conduct a locker inspection.
In Advancement qv FHS Activities.
Student Council alternates: ROW 1: Doris Carpenter, Roberta Powers, Linda Meisinger, Pat Boston, Linda Witte,
Colda Rohman. ROW 2: Ronnie Long, Jedda Heinemann, Carol Lansing, Juanita Novotny, Rita Dennett, Glenda
Sherrill, Ken Tucker. ROW 3: Del:-me Skinner, Jerry Harmon, John Hubbs, Mike O'Nea1, Terry Coggins, Buddy
Lzlglzt QF Knowledge . .
The Sequoia Chapter of the National
Honor Society has been growing vigor-
ously over the past few years . Mem-
bership requires a "B" average . The
society sponsored the school play.
3 The outstanding event of the year
came when the probationary members
were initiated into full membership.
Officers--QSEATEDQ Janet Scott, Vice-President, Roy
Hindle, President, QSTANDINGJ Bill Lueckel, Treasurer,
Terry Lingle, Secretary.
ROW 1: Carol Noll, Barbara Riggs, Marsha Noakes, Fern Buettner, Adina Johnson, Janet Scott, Durcille DuDash,
Pat Carver, Glenda Sherrill, Laura Gouge, Laurene Benz. ROW 2: Judy Day, Cheryl Werner, Ann Vincent, Jedda
Heinemann, DeeDee McGary, Dianne Volk, Golda Rohman, Phillis Roan, Laura Fansher, Margie Rickles, Diana
Brethhold. ROW 3: Carol Weaver, Gloria Morris, Gayle Morris, Kenny Tucker, Dennis Cordell, Jim Douglas,
Janis Knoll, Gwen Gogarn, Linda Brewer, Terry Lingle, Sandra Strong, Fern Pflantz. ROW 4: Roger Ramsey,
David Joest, Tom Crabtree, Mike Joest, Gary Behrns, Ronnie Freeman, Roy I-Iindle, Eddie Dove, Bill Leuckel, Jens
Brammer, Rich Painter, Bill Matlach.
The fascination and gay atmosphere
of Spain and Mexico have become a
significant feature of the Spanish Club.
First or second year Spanish students
or those who have already taken two
years of Spanish are eligible for mem-
bership. The club celebrated Christ-
mas by singing Christmas carols in
class. They plan a "fiesta" in the
0 "Siesta" 0
ROW 1: Bill Matlach, Jedda Heinemann, Laura Gogue Golda Rohman ROW 2 Karen Slover, Linda Brewer,
Diana Brethold, Carol Logan, Janice Knoll, Fern Pflantz, Janet Scott ROW 3 Ralph Damon, Roy Hindle, Carl
Roeder, Joseph Kemper, Alan Morehouse, MI. Wiseman, sponsor
ROW 1: Jean Maxey, Pat Lesch, Dianne LeFarth, Sandra Morris, Judy Thomas, Elaine Evans, Dianne Volk, Micki
Michler, Darlene Seabaugh, Margie Roberts, Gloria Cheatem, Ora Sue Lineberry. ROW 2: Phyllis Blake, Nancy
Salven, Barbara Mimi, Connie Bernhardt, Evelyn Marler, Sandra Boyles Margie Rickles, Charlene Cobb, Hazel
Uelsmann, Carolyn Graves, Gail Zellich, Johnna Sue Anderson. ROW 3: Linda Laird, Peggy King, Detra Knight,
Dixie Ellis, Bonnie Burgard, Joyce Noble, Fern Pflantz, Donna Brown, Cheryl Weinstein, Joan Zerovogel, Janet
Spradling, Jeri Barron, Becky Browne. ROW 4: Sharon Wilken, Lois Miller, Effa Jo Crabtree, Bonnie Wick, Patty
Poole, Darlene Gibson, Judy Heine, Patsy Lathem, Cathy Sabatino, Lynn Lester, Carol Boesel, Betty Lambert,
Future urses and Teachers A191952
The Future Nurses of America is composed
of students who plan to pursue medical
careers . The F .N.A. makes its members
aware of medical scholarships available.
Members also gained practical experience
in first aid and toured several hospitals to
learn what would be expected of them in their
Mrs. Strite, the school nurse, and Mrs.
Zellich Sponsored the organization.
The climax of the year came when the club
obtained a charter from the National Chapter,
located in New York City.
Left to right: ROW 1: Judy Thomas,
President, Micki Michler, Treasurer.
ROW 2: Dianne Volk, Secretary,
Elaine Evans, Vice President.
Students desiring to enter the teaching pro-
fession show their interest in education by
participating in the Future Teachers of Ameri-
ca. The club offers interested students a
chance to learn more about teaching and some
interesting variations of the profession. Jun-
iors and Seniors in the club give teaching a
try in the elementary school to gain experience .
In April five members of the club and Mr .
Boston, their sponsor, journeyed to Cape
Girardeau to attend the Teachers' Convention.
Beautiful membership pins were also purchased
during the School year.
OFFICERS: ROW 1: Janet Downey, President, Barbara
Schmidt, Vice -President. ROW 2: Joan Stahl, Correspond-
ent--Reporter, Laura Gogue, Secretary-Treasurer.
Teclzniques in Prospective F ielafs.
ROW 1: Mary Golightly, Joan Stahl, Laura Gogue, Janet Downey, Barbara Schmidt, Carole Weaver, Georgia
Williams, Anna Vincent. ROW 2: Christa Poeppel, Janet Hyde, Ella Tate, Linda Brewer, Jedda Heinemann, Judy
Heine, Jean Langston, Beth Grahm, Laurene Benz, Pam Little, Nancy Balmer. ROW 3: Mr. Boston, Sponsor, Donna
Brown, Betty Brooks, Joan Mooy, Janice Osthof, Jean Freiner, Joan Knickmeyer, Nancy Redmond, Shirley Wishon,
Phillis Roan, Steve Starr, Ralph Damon, Denny Karr.
1963 Ha-Ko Staff: FRONT ROW, left to right: Janet Hyde, June Ellis, Kathy Cloninger, Barbara Keller, Judy
Touchette, Shirley DaMeris, Pat Boston, Nancy Rothermich. SECOND ROW: Dennis Cordell, Diane Volk, Janet
Scott, Mr. Hall, sponsor, Barbara West, Gayle Morris, Gloria Morris, Gary Behrns. THIRD ROW: David Wilheim,
David Politte, Tom Crabtree, Paul Poitras, Ralph Damon, Jim Douglas, Jerry Thorton, David Praul, Kenny Noakes.
Ha-K0 Staff Records the Tear '62-'63.
Every year the Ha-Ko staff faces the
task of producing a better annual than
that of the previous year. While com-
posing the yearbook, staff members
acquired technical skill and learned to
apply team work and cooperation.
Members of the staff Worked hard to
record the pathways of the school in this
Little Nell screams on the railroad tracks
as members of the staff present a skit in
the assembly to kick-off the annual year-
book sales campaign.
The picture at the left is of the various
editors. ROW ONE: Layout Editor,
Editorg Mr. Hallg Co-editor, Art Editor,
BACK ROW: Business Manager, Litera-
ture Editor, and Darkroom Editor.
FRONT ROW: Mr. Hall, sponsor, Kathie Geisler, Gail Morris, Garnetta Johnson, Sandy Temm, Terry Lingle, Linda
Meisinger, Judy Thomas. SECOND ROW: Karen Eckman, Pat Carver, Goida Rohman, Binnie Burns, Duxcille
DuDash, Roberta Powers, Patty McCoy, Bernice Seabaugh, Rita Dennert, Barbara West, Linda Warren. THIRD
ROW: Don Tate, John Hummel, Jow Arena, Larry Young, Henry Mooey.
Writing stories and editing the Fox Fax is the task of this organization. Their
monthly issues of the paper provide information and entertainment to the student
This organization makes up the journalism class, taught by Mr. Hall. Their field
trip to the POST-DISPATCH building proved to be interesting and informative. Pictures
taken at the newspaper building are shown below.
Fox Fax Prints P School ews
ROW1 Karen Simcox, Judy Parks Kathie Geisler, Shirley Wishon, Joan Kmckmeyer, Glenda Sherrill, Janet
Scott, Durcille Dudash ROW 2 Joan Stahl, Bernice Seabaugh, Georgia Williams, Terry Lingle, Cheryl Werner,
Anna Vincent, Pat Carver, Ruth Ann Buchholz. ROW 3: Richard Painter, Dennis Cordell Jens Bramrner Karen
Eckman, Cheryl Bennett, Linda Meisinger, Judy Thomas, Mike Mock, Diana Land, Denny Canova, Eddie Dove,
Jumor Salger Danny Dement, Mr Allen sponsor.
The Curtain Goes Up on the Drama Club
The drama club is made up
of students who have partici-
pated in one or more plays
during the school year. This
year they have performed on
several occasions. At the
school carnival they put on
two one-act plays--"Oil
Wells and Wedding Bells."
dealt with the antics of a
husband-hunting opera star
in a little towng the other,
"Father Lives with Seven
Women" concerned the frus-
trations of a would-be writer
who has six mischievious
daughters . Both of these
plays were hits and were en-
joyed by the audiences .
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Members of the Audio-Visual pictured left to right are: ROW 1: Ronald Redfaixjn, Gary Baumgartner,
Gerald Waggoner, Charles Riggins, Billy Ellis, Paul Chasten, Charles Kestermont. ROW 2: David
Berry, Mike Donathon, Gary Behrns, Edward Garnache, Randy Rice, Edward Henke, Oliver Simino,
Ralph Chrismer, and Mr. Seabaugh.
AUDIO- VISUAL - ETESA D
EARS OF THE SCHOOL.
i Providing music for before school
dancing, assisting in sound and light-
ing for school musical and dramatic
productions, and constructing audio-
visual aids are familiar tasks to the
members of Audio-Visual . Serving
the school and aiding civic organizations
are some of the club's activities .
Audio-Visual provides such duties as adjusting lights for a school dance and providing music for dancing in the
Planned Progress is a contest
sponsored by Union Electric Com-
pany . Each school in the area de-
cides what improvements could be
made in their community and plans
and presents the material in a pro-
gram in which they are judged.
Winners are awarded a guided trip
to a place of their choice in the St.
Louis area .
This year the Fox High Planned
Progress planned to bring industry
into our community. They showed
how and why industry would benefit
our community and constructed a
large map of our district showing
industrial, residential, business,
and recreational areas. Material
for their presentation is gathered by
the citizenship classes.
The five students who presented
the material are pictured at the left.
ROW l: Becky Browne, Jo Anne
Wind. ROW 2: Mr. Allen, Fran
Kenny, Dennis Cordell, Perry Wells
PLANNED PRUGRESS MEMBERS
BECOME BETTER CI TIZEN S.
Resolved, that the United States l
should adopt the policy of reciprocal
free trade with non-Communist na-
The debate club members de-
bated the above statement this year.
Led by Mr. Allen, the club's co-
captains include Kathy Geisler and
They participated in several de-
bate tournaments, including the Dis-
trict State Tournament at Southeast
Missouri State College.
Pictured at the right are the club members.
ROW l: Kathy Geisler, Becky Browne, Jo Anne
Wind, Janet Hyde. ROW 2: Fern Pflantz,
Judy Day, Fran Kenny, Jackie Seiler. ROW 3:
Mr. Allen, Dennis Cordell, Jens Brammer,
Richard Lambert, Gerald Waggener.
Debote Memberr Develop
Hzgher Tlzznkzng . . .
Students at School Store Sell
have a daily task
of selling school
supplies to students
who find them-
selves out of paper
or missing a pencil
For added con-
venience, the Store
was opened during
lunch hours for the
first time this
Pictured at the left are:
Tom Hanes, Gerald
Chrismer, Donna Pryz-
goda, and Jack Lilly.
Sdjkly Patrols Keep Basses
Safe and Enjcyfable.
Safety Patrol members are well acquainted with
the rules and regulations which made a safe bus.
Each one of them strives to make the trips to and
from school safe and enjoyable. Their officers are
President Maxine Oehlert, Vice -President june
Ellis, Secretary Judy Alleng Treasurer Sharon
Clause. The club is sponsored by Mr. Mall.
help him to
keep order on
. . s f 1
KNEELING: Linda Reiser, Laura Gouge, Mary Golightly. ROW 1: Donna Brown, Sandra Boyles, Colleen Adams,
Becky Tusher, Susie Roberts, Bev Hill, Jill Eckman, Doris DeLong, Hazel Uelsman, Becky Browne, Linda Flowers,
Pat Boston, Ellie Matthews, Dawn Behrens, Sharon Riggs, Judy Heine. ROW 2: Beth Graham, Elaine Evans, Ronnie
Long, David Schaefer, Billy Matlach, Joyce Placht, Jerry Thornton, Jerry Kraft, Fran Kenny, Larry Pinnell, Lucas
Brennecke. ROW 3: Tom Crabtree, Bob Brennecke, Steve Prokasky, Gary Wilimeck, David Corse, Rich Painter,
Buddy Montgomery, Janet Hyde, Elaine Jackson, Steve Broshears, Gary Layton, Dennis Cordell. ROW 4: Jim Gher-
ardini, David Cryts, Tom Painter, Scott Hawkins, Denny Karr, Buny Daume, George Frenz, Rosie Roberts, Danny
FHS Band Proves to Be a
cc J: ,
ote- Worthy Urganzzation.
Under the direction of Mr. Kenneth
Correll the Fox High School "A" Band
provided entertainment and enjoyment
for the students, faculty, and parents
during the past year.
For the first year the band elected
officers. The officers were Tom
Crabtree, President: Denny Karr,
Vice -Presidentg David Schaefer,
The band marched in two parades
the first semester of the year. The
first parade was the Fireman's Rodeo
Parade in St. Louis and the second
was the Christmas Parade in Festus
and Crystal City.
This may iook like mass havoc, but really the band is
"A" Band Twirlersz Linda Reiserg Donna Browng Laura Gouge, Drum Majoretteg Mary Golightlyg Judy Heine.
FHS Twirlers Lead Our Bandit
Dressed in new red and White
uniforms, the Fox twirlers
brighten up the FHS band when
performing at football games and
in parades .
Their twirling ability and
gymnastic techniques are impres
sive and are appreciated by the
band and the students of Fox
Q. e Al
"B" Band Twirlersz Sandy Carverg Beth Bostong Beth Greenwood
Elaine Imboden, Drum Majorette.
l l all
ROW 1: Mr. Butler, Mabel Blake, Vicke Basden, Donna Hildebrandt, Susie Lineberry, Becky Thompson, Judy
Parks, Connie Bemhardt, Oenee Kertermont, Phyllis Houston, Jean Maxey, Kathy Counsell. ROW 2: Karen Wie-
land, Bonnie Leuchel, Joan Fergueson, Marlyn Witte, Cheryl Winhien, Sherry Turner, Effa Jo Crabtree, Linda
Cartwright, Joan Best, Doris Carpenter, Dianna Zorr, Sandra Orrich, Kathy Siedler, Christa Poeppel. ROW 3:
Bonnie Burgard, Carol Brannon, Bernice Seabaugh, Judy Thomas, Jennifer Bean, Gail Zellich, Sharon Debro, Ruth
Ann Buchholz, Barbara Lynde, Sue Boch, Shirly DaMeris, Donna Myers, Sharon Layton. ROW 4: Evona GiSell,
Jeanne Miller, Beth Beiller, Jeanne Brakefield, Deatra Knight, Kathy Sabatino, Kathy Isbell, Phyllis Blake, Shir-
ley Lynch, Nancy Salveson, Linda Heller, Emily Mueller. Accompanists: Margie Cowan, Gail Muir.
"Glee Club Members
The girls who compose the Glee Club are an important part of the music depart-
ment. Their songs added a lighter touch to the annual Christmas program in Decem-
ber. Everyone who enjoys singing and music always enjoys listening to the Glee Club
perform. Under the direction of Mr. Butler, the girls are able to increase their own
interest in music by joining the Glee Club.
Blend Their Voices.
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ROW 1: Mr. Burler, Randy Woodruff, Richard Sansegraw, Gary Baumgartner, Joye Cheatham, Jean Freiner, San-
dra Dace, Carol Bollinger, Joan Stahl, Pat Carver, Janet Brace, Charlotte Stevenson, Joyce Winniger, Fred Wal-
drop, Lawrence Freckes, Buddy Jackson. ROW 2: Perry Wells, Charles Parkes, John Hughes, Betty Airondale,
Judy Allen, Lynn Lester, Betty Lambert, Myra Knight, Joan Mooy, Ralph Damon, Dan Sutterfield, Charles Rig-
gens. ROW 3: Gary Bolderdick, Danny Fanner, Nancy Balmer, Janice Osterloff, Pat Voss, Connie Whitehead,
Glenda Sherrill, Joan Knicluneyer, Gerald Waggner, Oliver Simino, Richard Lambert. ROW 4: Roger Dodge,
Kennth Noakes, Denny Fanter, Margie Bates, Paula Faulkner, Janet Spradling, Cleda Smith, Georgia Williams,
Phylis Roan, Elaine Evans, Steve Starr, Mike Donathan.
"Tlzere's cz Song
This year our senior chorus, composed of both boys and girls, sang their first con
cert at the annual Christmas program, which consisted of sacred and secular music.
Sharing honors with the girls' glee club and band, the chorus impressed the audience
with the melodious blending of their voices.
Under the direction of Mr. Butler, in the spring the chorus traveled to Cape Girar-
deau to compete in a music contest.
New robes were also purchased this year, and were proudly worn by the chorus
in the A ir."
Tom, Scott, and Denny practice their trumpet solos during the third period band practice.
FHS Boasts an Outstcznding
Mr. Butler rehearses with the chorus. 73
The Eighth Grade accompanist practices his music
in his spare time.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to Right: Joan Mooy,
G. Treas.3 Terry Lingle,
Sec., Doug Nesslein, Pres.,
Jim Lacy, V. Pres., Ron
Freeman, B. Treas.
ROW 1: Deatra McGary,
Sandy Strong, Terry Lingle,
Joan Mooy. ROW 2: Ron
Freeman, Ken Becker, Doug
Nesslein, Jim Lacy. Not
pictured is Milton Johnson.
CLASS OF 1963
Four years ago, lll freshmen entered
Fox High. Spiritedly we entered in the
whirl of high-school activities. Much of
our energy was directed toward the vari-
ous service, honor, and academic organi
zations, where our leadership qualities
were developed. Student Council repre-
sentatives added much to our school . We
contributed to the writing of the Constitu-
tion in our junior year, and our junior
and senior years were marked by the
number of council leaders we supplied.
Drama, F .T.A. , F .N.A. , Spanish Club, Honor Society, and Safety Patrol found many long-
term members and leaders from our class.
Sportsmanship was another area of outstanding ability. In our freshman, sophomore,
and junior year, our boys distinguished themselves in football, track, and basketball. As
juniors, our girls helped the volleyball team win the title of All -County Conference Champs
in 1962, an honor 'which we repeated at the Crystal Tournament as Seniors in 1963 . Our
boys added their plays to the winning of the Consolation trophy in the Hillsboro Tournament
our Senior year .
Scholastically our class ranks high. Several members are habitually on the Honor Roll
and are the leaders of the Honor Society. Although we had no finalists for the National
Merit Scholarships Test, many ranked very high.
We Seniors of 1963 found another outlet for our talents in extracurricular activities. Our
"Locomotion" float won first place at the Homecoming parade this year. Our Junior-Senior
Prom, "Shangri-La, " was a beautiful dance, long to be remembered. The works of our
artistic-minded classmates have been seen at school many times in our high-school career,
and the enthusiastic support we gave made memorable occasions of many dances. Senior
Thunderbirds added the spark to many sport events this year, and in years past. Our tal-
ents were on display as we participated in acting and behind-the-scene activities in four
Our class colors are blue and whiteg our flower, the orchid. The class selected "Less
Than Our Best is Failure" as the class motto. We broke from tradition this year to become
the first Senior Class with round rings. "Little Warrior, " the Indian on the Senior Button,
was seen throughout the school . As we look to graduation, our future unknown, all that we
have done and learned these four years will help us as we travel on in the world.
CHERYL BALTZELL--Glee Club
10,115 Carnival Maid 105 Student
Council 95 Safety Patrol 95 Office
Help 115 Thunderbirds 9,10,11,12.
Seniors Behold the End Qfa begzhning .
MARY ANN BATES--Girls' Choir
JENNIFER BEAN--Honor Society
95 Honor Ro119,115 Girls' Choir
11,125 Safety Patrol 105 Thunder-
KENNETH BECKER--"B" Basket
ball 9,105 Varsity Basketball
11,12, Letter 12.
CHERYL BENNETT--Cheryl transferred
from Roosevelt in her Junior year.
GEORGE BOSTER--Thunderbirds 10,12
"B" Football 95 "B" Basketball 9,105 Var-
sity Basketball 11,123 Track 9.
JENS BRAMMER--Honor Society 11,125
Honor Rol19,10,115 Senior Band 9,105
Drama Club 1O,11,12g Debate Team
TOM BYRNE--Lettermen's Club 123
Thunderbnrds 12, Vaxslty Football 11 ,12,
Letter 125 Co-captain 125 Track 11,12.
The Pathways qfF0x Hzgh School
BINNIE BYRNES--Binnie transferred in
her senior year from Cleveland. Fox Fax
125 Thimderbirds 125 Varsity Volleyball
125 Letter "A" 12.
KATHY CLONINCER- -Honor Roll 125
Spanish Club 105 Safety Patrol 9,10,11,1
Fox Fax 115 HA-KO 10,11,125 Planned
Progress 105 Thunderbirds 125 Office Help
DENNIS CANOVA--Class Officer 11, Boys
Treasurer 115 Student Council 125 Carni-
val Queen Escort 125 Thunderbirds 9,105
11,125 Drama Club 11,125 Senior Chorus
JOSEPH CULLEN--Lettermen's Club 11,1
Thunderbirds 10,11,125 Varsity Foorbau
1o,11,12, Letter 1O,11,125 "B" Basketball
9,105 Varsity Basketball 11, Letter 11.
Remind Us qv Good Times.
ALBERT DAUME--Senior Band
9,l0,11,l25 Audio Visual 9,lO,125
Varsity Football 115 Manager--
Lettered 1 1 .
DANNY DEMENT--Spanish Club
105 Drama Club 12.
RITA DENNERT--Student Coun-
cil l25 Spanish Club 10,115 Fox
Fax 125 Thunderbirds 9,1o,11,125
Basketball Maid 115 Library
Assistant 95 Carnival Queen 12.
1 4,55 , 5
RICHARD DIC KISON- -Thunder -
birds 125 "B" Basketball 9,105
Varsity Basketball 11,125 Track
Council 10,11,l25 Treasurer 11,
President 125 Honor Society 95
Honor Roll 9,125 Drama Club
115 Future Teachers 11,125 Vice-
President 11, President 125 "B"
Cheerleader 115 Thunderbirds
9,l0,11,125 Class Officer 95
President 95 "B" Volleyball 9,105
Co-Captain 105 Varsity Volley-
ball ll,l2, Co-Captain 125
transferred from Mehlville her
sophomore year. Honor Society
11,125 Honor Roll 10,1l,125
Drama Club 10,11,l25 Future
Teachers 11, Fox Fax 125 Office
Halls Filled with Laughter,
KAREN ECKMAN- -Honor Roll
9,11,125 Drama Club 125 Safety
Patrol 11,125 Varsity Cheer-
leader 9,10,11,125 Co-captain
11, Captain 125 Fox Fax125
Thunderbirds 9,10,11,125 Class
Officer 95 Secretary 95 Library
JUNE ELLIS--Spanish Club 105
Safety Patrol 9,10,l1,l25 Vice
President 125 Outstanding Patrol
Award 115 Ha-Ko 11,125 Office
Help 125 Library Assistant 11.
RONALD FREEMAN --Student
Council 95 Honor Society 9510,
11,125 Honor Roll 9,10,1l,125
"B" Basketball 105 letter 105
Thunderbirds 125 Class Officer
9,125 Vice-President 9, Boys'
Treasurer 125 Senior Cabinet 12
Varsity Basketball 11,125 Letter
SHIRLEY FREEMAN--cms' choir
10,115 Safety Patrol 10,11,125
DAVID FRANK- -Thunderbirds
9,10,1l5 Letterman's Club 125
"B" Football 10.
Lockers Sumo' with Books.
" H ' ' I i '
ANDREA cn.L1AM--safety Patrol
1 1 .
LARRY GILLIAM MIKE GOSSETT- -Planned
A Varieqy Q' Activz'tz'es Accented
GARY GREEN Safety Patrol 9,1o,11,12.
, . R., ,, ,,
Progress 125 'Thunderbirds 12.
WILLIAM HAMBLEN MARY HARRINGTON
The Senzor s Fmal Tear at Fox.
ROY HINDLE--Honor Society
1O,ll,12, President 125 Honor
Roll 10,115 Spanish Club 10,11,
125 Letten'nen's Club 125 Thun-
derbirds 125 "B" Basketball 10,
Letter 105 Varsity Basketball
l1,12, Letter 125 Boys' State ll.
Roy transferred from Beaumont
his sophomore year.
GEORGE HARSCH- -Thunderbirds
105 Audio -Visual 9 ,l0.
WILLIAM Honor--Boys' clee
JOHN HUMMELL DORIS JACKSON--Glee Club
9,105 Safety Patrol 1l,12.
Council 115 Honor Roll 105 Fu-
ture Teachers 115 Safety Patrol GARNETTA JOHNSON--Fox Fax
9,12. 125 Thunderbirds 12.
SHELBY JAMES--Girls' Choir
10,115 Safety Patrol 10,115
Thunderbirds 9,10,11,125 "B"
Volleyball 10, Letter 10.
Visual 9,105 Senior Cabinet 12
"B" Football 10, Letter 10.
DENNY KARR--Senior Band BARBARA KELLER--Ha-Ko 123 JOAN KN1CKMEYER,,Drama
9,10,11,12g Lenered 9,10,11,125 Thunderbirds 12s Office Help 11- Club 125 Senior Chorus 125 cms'
Assistant Director, Vice President Choir 10,115 Future Teachers
12. 11,125 Tlrrrrrderbirds 11,12.
JANIS KNOLL--Honor SocietY JDV1 LACY--Thunderbirds 125
12g Honor R011 11,123 SPHIliSh JERRY KRAFT--Senior Band Class Officer 123 Vice President
Club 12. 9,1o,11,1z. 123 senior cabinet 12.
TIM LACEY--Safety Patrol 95 Thunder-
birds 1 1 .
GARY LAYTON--Gary transferred to Fox
from Cleveland in his Senior year.
WILLIAM LEUCKEL--Honor Roll 115
Honor Society 11,125 Treasurer 125
TERRY LINGLE---Terry transferred from
Doe Run in her Junior year. Student
Council 125 Honor Society 11,125 Secre-
tary 125 Honor Ro1l11,125 Drama Club
125 Senior Chorus 115 "B" Cheerleader
12, Captain 125 Fox Fax 125 Class Officer
12, Officer 12, Secretary 125 Thunder-
birds 11,125 Senior Cabinet 125 Horne-
coming Maid 125 Library Assistant 125
Camival Maid 115 Varsity Volleyball
11,125 Track 11.
HAROLD MCCOY--Student Council 115
Vice President 115 Senior Chorus 10,11,125
Thunderbirds 9,10,11, Class Officer, Vice
President 115 Carnival Escort 11.
We Enjqzea' a
DEATRA MCGARY--Honor Society 11,125
Honor Roll 125 Thunderbirds 115 Senior
Cabinet 125 Dee Dee transferred from
Herky in her junior year.
LINDA MEISINGER--Student Council
9,10,125 Drama Club 11,125 Senior Chorus
10,115 Safety Patrol 9,115 Treasurer 115
"B" Cheerleader 9,125 Letter 9,125 Fox
Fax 125 Thunderbirds 9,10,11,125 Class
Officer 105 Vice-President 105 Office
Help 11,125 "B" Volleyball 105 Letter
105 Co-captain 105 Varsity Volleyball 115
FRED MELTON--Lettermen's Club 10,
11,125 Thunderbirds 9,10,11,125 "B" Foot-
ball 9,10 5 Lettered 9,105 Varsity Football
11,125 Lettered 11,125 Co-captain 125
RUTH MELTON --Student Council 95
Spanish Club 105 Safety Patrol 125 Planned
Progress 105 Carnival Maid 10.
1 1 ,12.
HENRI MOOY--Lettermen's Club
125 Fox Fax 12, Thunderbirds 125
"B" Football 105 Varsity Football
11,12, Letter 125 Track 9,10,11.
JOAN MOOY--Spanish Club 11
Senior Chorus 9,1O,11,12, Future
Nurses 95 Future Teachers 11,1
Safety Patrol 9,l0,11, Outstanding
Patrol Award 11, Planned Progress
10, Thunderbirds 9,lO,11,12, Class
Officer 12, Girls' Treasurer 12,
Senior Cabinet 12.
JAN MORRIS--Honor Roll 11,125
Spanish Club 11, Senior Band
ROBERT NEIHEISER--Senior Band
9,105 Thunderbirds lO,1l,123 Var-
sity Basketball, Letter 12.
Our Athletes Played
DOUGLAS NESSLEIN--Honor Roll
95 Audio-Visual 95 Lettermen's
Club 11,125 Thunderbirds 12,
Vice-President 125 Class Officer
10,11,125 Treasurer 10, President
11,125 Senior Cabinet 125 "B"
Football 9,105 Varsity Football
10,115 Boys' State 115 Track 9,lO.
MAXINE OEHLERT- -Student Coun-
cil 125 Safety Patrol l0,1l,125
President 125 Fox Fax 115 Thunder-
birds 9,10,l1,125 Office Help 125
Library Assistant 105 "B" Volley-
ball 105 Letter 10,115 Manager,
Varsity Volleyball, 11, Manager.
GARY NEWMAN--Safety 9,105
Audio-Visual 9,10,125 "B" Foot-
CAROL NOLL--Honor Society
1O,11,12, Honor Ro119,lO,11,12,
Spanish Club 10, Thunderbirds
Council 95 Honor Society 11,125
Honor Roll 9,105 Senior Band
9,10,11,l25 Junior Band 115 Drama
105 Safety Patrol 95 Audio-Visual
10,115 Thunderbirds 12.
Their Last Games,
ROY QUINN--Roy transferred NANCY REDMOND--Nancy trans- ELIZABETH RICE--Drama 125 W
from Bishop Du Burg High his ferred from Farmington her Junior Girls' Choir 10,113 Future Nurses
Senior year. year. Senior Chorus 125 Future 105 Safety Patrol 125 Library
transferred from Marysville High
in California his Senior year.
Teachers 123 Thunderbirds 11,12.
Assistant 1 2 .
PHILLIS ROAN--Honor Society
11,125 Honor Roll 9,10,115 Senior
Chorus 10,11 ,12g Future Teachers
11,123 Thunderbirds 9,1l,12.
Our Scholars Passed
GOLDA ROHMAN--Student Colm- JUNIOR SALGER--Drama Club WILLIAM SANSEGRAW
cil 125 Honor Society 1O,11,125 12,
Honor Roll 9,10,11,125 Spanish
Club l1,12, Secretary 125 Fox Fax
125 Varsity Volleyball 12, Letter
125 Girls' State 11.
Council 95 Girls' Choir 10,115
Future Teachers l1,12, Vice
President 125 Thunderbirds 9,1O,
11,125 Homecoming Queen 125
Homecoming Maid 95 "B" Volley-
ball 105 Varsity Volleyball Man-
ager 12, Letter 125 Track 9, Car-
nival Maid 11.
Their Last Exams.
TOM SCHMITT--Tom transferred
from Hancock in his senior year.
JANET SCOTT--Student Council
9,11 ,125 Vice-President 125 Honor
Society 9,10,11 ,125 Vice-President
125 Honor Roll 9,lO,11,125 Span-
ish Club 10,11,125 Vice-President
115 Drama Club 10,1l,125 Safety
Patrol 9,10,115 President 115 Out-
standing Patrol Award 115 Ha-Ko
1o,11,125 Art Editor 11, Editor 125
KAREN SIMCOX--Student Coun-
cil 10,115 Drama Club 9,10,11,125
Girls' Choir 10,115 Safety Patrol
9,105 Planned Progress 105 Thun-
derbirds 95 Homecoming Maid 125
Library Assistant 9.
Club 11,125 Girls' Choir 11,125
Future Nurses 115 Varsity Cheer-
leader 1O,1l,125 Co-Captain 125
Fox Fax 125 Thunderbirds 9,10,
11,125 Secretary 125 Class Officer
115 Treasurer 115 Homecoming
Maid 10,125 Basketball Maid 95
Office Help 10, Camival Maid 105
"B" Volleyball 105 Letter 10, Var-
sity Volleyball 11,125 Letter 11,
125 Track 9511.
CLEDA SMITH--Senior Chorus
125 Girls' Choir 9,115 Thunderbirds
GLENDA SHERRILL--Honor Society
11,125 Honor Roll 9,125 Drama
Club 125 Senior Chorus 125 Girls'
Choir 10,115 Letter 115 Future
Nurses 105 Planned Progress 105
JOAN STAHL--Drama Club 125
Senior Chorus 9,10,11,125 Letter
10,115 Future Teachers 9,10,11 ,125
Reporter 125 Thunderbirds 11,125
Library Assistant 9.
We Hopejbr Success,
SANDRA STRONG - -Honor So-
MARY STATON--Library Assist-
ant 9,10. ciety 11,125 Honor Roll 9,10,115
Senior Cabinet 125 Homecoming
Maid 125 Library Assistant 9510,
JUDY THOMAS--Student Council
95 Drama Club 10,11,125 Girls'
Choir 10,11,125 Future Nurses
11,125 Vice President 11, President
125 Safety Patrol 9,10,115 Out-
standing Patrol Award 115 Fox Fax
125 Thunderbirds 9,10,11,125 Class
Officer 9,105 Treasurer 95 Secre-
tary 105 "B" Volleyball letter
birds 125 Library Assistant 12. 9,10.
SANDRA TEMM--Sandra trans-
ferred from Kirkwood in her Sen-
ior year. Fox Fax 125 Thunder-
Haplbzhess, and Prosperzy.
DON TATE--Audio-Visual 9 5 Fox
Fax 125 Thunderbirds 115 Planned
Progress 105 Library Assistant 11.
I-IAZEL UELSMANN--Senior Band
9,10,11,125 Future Nurses 11,125
Safety Patrol 10.
DIANNE VOLK--Student CO1-U'1C11 12g
Honor Society 11,125 Honor Roll 93 Future
Nurses 11 ,125 Secretary 12g Safety Patrol
125 Ha-Ko 12, Layout Editor 12.
JOAN WAGN ER
CHARLES WELDELE--Senior Band 11.
LONN IE WELKER- -Thunderbirds 1 2 .
JOHN WERNER--"B" Basketball 9,10,
Final Memorz'es Linger on As
BARBARA WEST--Honor R011 125 Spanish
Club 103 Thunderbirds 10,115 Fox Fax 12,
Editor 12, Co-Editor 123 Ha-Ko 11,12,
DAVID WILLARD--Student Council 10 3
Honor Roll 113 Thunderbirds 12.
SHIRLEY WISHON--Shirley transferred
from Bishop DuBurg High her Junior year
Drama Club 11,12.
LAWRENCE YOUNG--Fox Fax 125 Thun-
derbirds 1 2.
Recall the Pathways qf 1963.
BEST PERSQNALITY: Ron Freeman, MOST STUDIOUS: Durcille Dudash, Bill Leuckel.
BEST DRESSED: Harold McCoy, Barbara Keller.
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PRETTIEST HAIR: Rich Dickson, Ruth
MOST POPULAR: Doug Nesslein,
BEST SENSE OF HUMOR: Joan Mooy, Larry Gilliam.
PRETTIEST EYES: Rita Dennett, Denny Karr.
MOST TALENT ED: '
Janet Scott, Jens X
Mosr ATHLETIC: Janet Downey, Joe Cullen. PRETTEST SMU-E: CWI Nou- Bm
BOTTOM ROW: Cheryl Werner, Secretaryg Jim Brown,
Presidentg Carole Weaver, Vice-Presidentg TOP ROW:
Donna Neiters, Girls' Treasurerg John Canon, Boys'
juniors keep their senior year in
sight as they undertake a rush of
activities--ordering rings, taking part
in school functions, and staging a suc-
cessful junior-Senior Prom.
Next year as exalted seniors, they
will inherit many responsibilities. With
the same enthusiasm and confidence that
they started this year, they will go
forth as the class of Fox High School
Di ana Brethold
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The Senior Tear Awaits.
Think they'11 make it to
Hollywood? Kathy, Bernice,
Jens, Georgia, and Cheryl
rehearse for the play.
i Donna Myers
I Marsha Noakes
J oAnne Rice
Dennis and Mr. Allen prepare for burial
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Journalism students tour the Post-Dispatch Building. Linda
Warren and Terry Lingle find the sights interesting.
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Top to Bottom:
In their second successful year the sophomores mark the
midpoint of their high school career, with the happiest yet
The sophomores sponsored the annual Basketball Corona-
tion and published the student telephone directory.
Their social activity widened their concepts of living,
and now the second half of high school beckons.
We Achieved Uur Expectations
Q' Last 1' ear.
Edward G amache
Ronald G amblet
These are the cat's pajamas! Diane, Sharon, Connie, and
Linda do the Charleston.
We Mounted the Stairs 0 Hzlgher
Learning in This, Uur Second Tear.
Sherry J arboe
J arnes Joplin
Di ana Mayfield
This Marks the Mid Point
Of Our High School Career.
G ary Mueller
Linda Re iser
Wonder what these will turn out to be!
The Second Hay
0 Hzgh School Beckons.
Larry Van Meter
Class Officers: ROW Ig Brenda Douglas, Girls' Treasurerg
Joyce Placht, Presidentg Becky Browne, Secretaryg ROW 25 Gary Bgltzell
Lucas Brennecke, Vice-Presidentg Joel Cooperman, Boys'
Class cyf '66
Entering high school with happy an-
ticipation and awe, the freshmen were
initiated into their confusing schedules.
They met new faces and dug diligently
into their first year's share of hard
They delighted everyone with their
gala Christmas Dance.
By this and other experiences
throughout the year, they became in-
doctrinated by participating in and
appreciating the good life of Fox High
- David Cryts
Sherry F elty
George F renz
Two puzzled office helpers . . . Linda West and Pam
Thom as Hanes
Entering Fox H zlgh We Passed
Through the Doors o Knowledge.
Sl10uldn't you be studying, Al?
Dee Dee Knight
Terry La Brot
Talk! Talk! Talk! When do we eat?
Ora Sue Lineberry
Eddie Lowhman V
119 We Learn New Ideas and
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