Monticello High School - Memories Yearbook (Monticello, IL)

 - Class of 1965

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Q' 3 ' l' V r if K ' "Of a good be gmnmg cometh 1 y r is ..,. f , I oi M -in ., V V. 5 f- '- A " .wh-f1A:,i11f+: Y , W' N1 - V f'-f l V:-ziggy, r:"- 'ell'-'f ,V ,, a good end- " ' - l o ' 1 f ' I ,fi " A . 2 nf. ,gzixmgm - - F -6.1 ...,, ., ., - V . -Proverbs ,ffl-4' .M l 'N of -vlfwliwgfx, il ll 12 il I My in il Monticello l-ligh School Monticello, Illinois l964- l965 Co-Editors Noncy Goski ll Mortho O'Dell 5. 's .i I A f""", V42 , tk i F QIGWOI fi, We, in compiling this yearbook, hope that you will find it to be a pleasant and accurate record of life at Monticello High School during your 1964- 1965 school year. We wish to express the ap- preciation of the students and the community of Allerton Park. This public showplace benefits us by serving as an educational and research center, as a forest and wild-life reserve, as an example of landscape architecture, and as a public park. if Replica of Rodin's "Adam" greets park visitors. The regal architecture of the Allerton mansion attracts many visitors and conference guests. The Buddhist Temple and the many forests add to the beauty of Allerton Park. Picnic tables and the cool shade of the trees are inviting to many picnicers. ,pdf an mama The lake provides recreation for campers. IWW Shrubbery enhances the beauty of the park. In Memoriam MR. ROBERT ALLERTON 1873 - 1964 Mr. Robert Allerton began his education at Harvard School in Chicago. He then entered St. Paul's at Concord, New Hampshire. In Europe, Mr. Allerton broadened his education further by studying at the Royal Academy in Munich, German, and at the Academy Julien in Paris, France. In 1896, he took up residence on what is known as "Allerton Park." Humility would be the key word to characterize Mr. Aller- ton. His broad mindedness, great spirit of honesty, and love of youth were also outstanding traits of his life, not to men- tion his great generosity. Art and education, were his main interests. It is said that art and landscape gardening were his life's work. Mr. Allerton's knowledge of art and landscape garden- ing are illustrated well by his park in Monticello. He loved nature and wanted its great beauty to be preserved so that it could be enjoyed by all. To Monticello, he has brought many objects of art which people from near and far come to admire. He has helped broaden Monticello's culture and appreciation of art and nature. He greatly favored the 4-H camp at Allerton Park for he stated "Boys and girls from every section of the state will attend the camp. I hope they will find inspiration here and develop a keener apprecia- tion of culture and beauty." Education was of great concern to Mr. Allerton. In 1923, he was invited to serve on the University of Illinois Plan- ning Board and continued to be interested in its develop- ment. In 1926, he was the donor of traveling scholarships in American Architecture. These awards consist of a sum- mer's travel and study for two junior student architects who have the highest average in the University course in architectural history. This scholarship is still being given today. For senior architectural students he held an annual open house. Mr. Allerton placed his farms in capable hands so that they might be gradually developed into top-producing farms. His policy has been conservation of the soil for future gen- erations. An extensive amount of Piatt County property has been placed in the hands of the University of Illinois. He has contributed to its art collection and has provided fellow- ship funds. In 1944, he offered to the University a deed to his estate near Monticello for educational and research purposes. This land is used as a forest, a wild-life and plant life reserve, as an example of landscape architecture, and as a public park. Mr. Robert Allerton, philanthropist and scholar, has done much to promote education and art appreciation to the people of the Monticello area. We, the class of 1965, respectfully dedicate this annual to the memory of Mr. Robert Allerton in appreciation of his concern for beauty and for people. MXN 'WK zyziff, Mp -gg Wyf ffalvkjf M. f X X59 gf!! KXTM QMS 5 K E V x QZVM f 2, X V E H TY, mx! XX 1 l E ff! XV Xmwf 1 'W K z f lbf , XL E A2 X K Xxf' fl: X PXE V F M E EN E, W, J ,, 'NH X, 'lf X xv 7?-S Y,Y W X ,fx ll. X! ,iff ly . R , - xr A - X K ,, wi : , If ixu I XE 'V F K T X' 'Mix Rf V 5 I' if - A S M X C XXX I X fd X: W EW E31 E If E A Q f E 1, I Q fk A E j lf' ' 1 2 , , ,I E rf i VY Q -5 Mui, ,fig-6'Fi if-gli, 1 ,. 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They are elected for a three-year term by the voters from the communities of Monticello, White Heath, and Cisco. The Board meets on Wednesday after the first Monday of each month. It establishes all school policies, sets budgets, and hires all school employees. Thank you, gentlemen, for giving your time, devotion and ef- forts, so that we, the students of M. H. S., might benefit. Parents' PARENTS' CLUB OFFICERS: CFront rowh Mr. Oscar Curry-President, Mrs. Ed Moore-Vice President lRow 23 Mrs. Loretta Woods-Homecoming Committee Chairman, Mrs. Donn Pratt -Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Delbert Stanley-Social Chairman, Mr. Don Pratt-Advisor The newly formed Parents' Club is a modification of the former Parent-Teacher Association. Its ob- jective is one of service and local Parent-Teacher relationship. With the money made from the annual Homecoming dinner, the club finances scholarships for de- serving M. H. S. students. At Honors Night in May this organization conveys and acknowledges the awards of the students. Much thanks is due the Parents' Club for their time and efforts in bettering all phases of school life. "Best Wishes" from Monticello Parents' Club Administration f I 541' I -'tit' DWIGHT B. WILKEY Unit Superintendent 'Wrttzr N-.. DONALD L. PRATT Principal MRS. EILEEN HODSON Secretary to Mr. Wilkey MRS. EDNA LAMB Secretary to Mr. Wilkey fftfiftf ' -XWV if 1 f WWWW ,MW yn 1 0 ' Q- V f "ESQ 6131 ' tw MRS. GLADYS LONG Secretary to Mr. Pratt MRS. DOROTHY COMBES Secretary to Mr. Pratt aculty ,v-'F' G O J' V I ,Q ""' TW GEORGE BACHMAN GENE MRS. GERTRUDE Chorus BUHRMESTER CLAPPER Agriculture Typing, Shorthand , , l,i?'X1,b NM Q Al- M 51 O s 1 A A ' 2 A - +- 1-33 Q' hw I fy' .K-Q ,av MRS. TERESA JAMES K. FELTS GLEN FISHER LES GADBURY CORBETT World History, Guidance Driver's Education, Rec- Geometry, General American History ord Keeping, Head Foot- Mathematics b a l l Coach, Assistant Track Coach X L1-sa fsxf' GUY GARDNER WALLY GREGORY MRS. SHARON American History, Soc- Biology I, II, Athletic GUNNIGT-E 131 Studies, Civics, In- Director, F r e s h m a n Enghsh II, Sage Talk trarnurals Football Coach AdViS6I' .M iriver 'x QQTVA 1, , 'iffy VANCE KERCHEVAL MARVIN KLEIN VERN KUETEMEYER Band English III, IV, Sopho- Photography more Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach Sf Q-Gi 4' nu.:-2' . 4. -f",.,-N Xb 2, .-I f' .1 8 vi 3 K f A V accc .1 M MRS. OPAL LEDDY GENE MARTIN LESTER MATHIS RICHARD MILLS Librarian, Annual Ad- English I, Freshmen English III, IV, General Science, Physi- viser Basketball Coach Drama Coach cal Science, Assistant Football Coach, H e a d Track Coach f Q 3. Wm FRANK MULA JOHN NATION CHARLES PAOLI Art, Unit Art Director Assistant Guidance Industrial Arts mn- 5 W' ,f , ma Y? A z Ak if xy Q wa S I 5 AS, 4:9 I :vs . -iff: i X, ,gl 6. 1' .X 'ix 'qu' a-0""J' W x gf ' 'Lf' Y . , , """-'Ng J,-3 fr:-13.75 SSR, 33? TY IVIHS. KAY PAOLI EDWARD PARILAC MRS. ANNE PIKE Vocational English and Algebra II, Senior Math, French Reading Physics, Assistant Foot- ball Coach : X , 'I as "pf A D W T 1' ' x zq, , MRS. MAXINE EDWARD SCHWARTZ EUGENE STRATMAN MRS. MARLENE SVAB SCHROTH Algebra I, Chemistry Boys' Physical Educa- Freshmen Girls' Physi Home Economics tion, C r o s s Country cal Education Coach, Assistant Basket- ball Coach 'ON Q15 MRS. DAISY SWANSTROM Latin z , .mf 6 rw MISS NANCY SWINKLE Girls Physical Education TOM YOUNG Typing I, Bookkeeping, Economics, Law, Head Basketball Coach, Golf Coach rrltnlllll 4.-as 1. Gee, this is the biggest firecracker I've ever had. Please Terry, not another story, I want to go home. 2' ,Q g of ,ff How sweet it is. 3' if Man, this zooology will more than knock the socks off of you. W , My speech was good, wasn't it? This is one way to hide a short skirt. .xx X You can come out now, your 40 minutes after school are diy Just fixing David's grades. 4 3 f i '51 2 th 5 N , V5 F4 P 7 1 5 4 ' all .. .:. . 'v , , V X J , . 'G . +2 ' 4 ffm ' ' , , .,.. , . . .,.,,., ,V V up' Oh, trig is easy. it's multi- plication and division that get me. ll -E-Q Special Helpers y??65f .4- Yi . "lil , .v1.fL,M,i r gary, 1'-p,iM'fii:s5'54,fg--A ,g ' .-. LH BUS DRIVERS: fStandingJ Glenn Madden, George Miller, Fred Stone, Clarence Gregory, Brad Bowdre CKnee1ingJ Roy Hacker, Ernie Ellis Willie Zimmerman S' Z 'Q r C3 COOKS: Mrs. Max Riebling, Mrs. Dan S n y d e r, Mrs. CUSTODIANS: Aaron Woodall, Harry William Brown, Mrs. Lyle Alexander, Mrs. H. T. Rob- Ashby, Roy Brown, and Bud Dres- bins, Mrs. William Baird, Mrs. Oscar Curry back Liass ' 5 yu: U il? I 'V ' iftw K QS' . ""r', .Y --Q' ' , . - ww Y' X . ,. . i t ,,. 5 li' t t f 1 ,. . ,I -f.t,gi,g, L gg. ,i.- if A .Q f Y vm, , A Q-egg. it A 11- -:ww 5 E: S 95 Q LE. iq , fx, , ., . ew , ,. .F-.. , .Q mi, V . , .e .. si-f.f .r.1Z I Q 1 2-91 , . . , agen-55 ' - Y img' 35-M, -f' A 4, ' . ti 1. ., if .,. . Y . ,gr ,.,. 1 . W 'f 1 " N 1 '43 'fe H lx 5 . rw ' ,K ," .m, . A-.,,.. ' . ,Q t ff : MQ' Q ' 45' ' 4 Y i' a 5 2 X Y? 4 M I5 ,f Sk ' 5 ,tggxji t W 1. R " X w 4 we gf BY' X f 55 't Si is sifw K 5 fr 2 R QW Y: ii f X A six ' :V Q we 6 A 5 , 4 4 xg J F nf Q in w, f JV' Q , X S X 1 1 Ya? it if 14 X 55 it' if z 1-XA' t E I ft ir V 'fs wi A v, .,,e Q vw. 'UH ' P ' MZ? 2 gm- y,4g,. KF' f , w - ,352 i gy" M- . gs? - J y,m.ier+ i f A mt X f Ewa' L -' vim' , S' , 4 . 5- Fw if? N? " 1,5 if A g?fa,.1YYk2M '5?f'Q ffxfff: 'T 5, , 2 gk, 4 ff f HZ , wk 2 S, 1 J Nt-1, Li, , f ' ft, .W 1 aff-sf,67i4'1. i Q y ,, 'W' vim 5 Q, ..,, rr . , ' ,, w' ,, Y 1 , X ,y 55 2 52,4 My -1 . ,. V I V, h- ' '7, as ,QVG 1' We if fe W V :gf if ff .45 "The hearts of men are their booksg q 'A A events are their tutorsg ,ff ,A great actions are their eloquence." 95 me-f 1 -Macaulay f ff? w fff, ,Lf , " --W I M- 4 Zin X , ffl Vx Kyiwy' A s. A x I. rf-f n, 2, ' A ' .Q y if 1 - f .iv W, M,- Q -f Ln - V 1 ' ICS HIGH -.. On September 1, 1964, at exactly 8:44 P. M. we freshmen started down the road which would lead us through high school. This path led us into many new and won- derful experiences. At first, we "greenies" were bewildered by trying to find our classrooms. Within a few days, we found that our difficulties had begun to iron out and we could begin to concentrate on our studies. Our very first special event was Home- coming. But this presented us with a new problemg constructing a float. We all combined our talents and our efforts to produce a replica of "Stone Age'Sages." We worked diligently on it every evening, but the final touch-ups were completed at the last minute. Although we didn't win a prize, we were very proud of our efforts. Homecoming was not our only special event. Other special events included coke dances, the Christmas Dance, Spring Re- versal, and some of the girls managed to go to prom. Other events which weren't quite so pleasant were F. F. A. and F. H. A. initia- tions and semester exams. We managed to survive them, but promised to study harder next time. Our first year on the road in high school brought us much hard work and many exciting experiences. However, we are looking forward to the coming years when we will be upperclassmen! -1-,.,.-' STUDENT COUNCIL REPRE- Ed Clodfelter-President, Stu- dent Council Representativeg Brooks Gardner-Vice- President, Student Council Representative, Mark Moore -Secretary, Student Council Representative, Dan Pen- nell-Treasurer, Student Council Representative Cstand- ingj Debbie Alexander-Student Council Representativeg Dianne Shonkwiler-Student Council Representative CLASS OFFICERS AND SENTATIVES: iseatedb QW. QW' Debbie Alexander Y A Robert Burke . -39 fr l. Eddie Clodfelter Becky Dalton 'tr' fl Ken Dixon , 3 qv Betty Foley Y' Mary Jo Anderson 5 H ' X X Torn Burke r'- V A Af..-: I. HON eh j , 'va ' X mv 5 ...W :ik .,,, - Y YS? A xi . Fifi, ,,,v':: v. Connie Cody a 5 1-v .. W , Joyce Darsharn Loretta Doss Qu wt 'tg' 4 Dorita Fuller Sb-'X QM, Mary Barnhart 'REQ 1 Ti ' ? is Q X ,iv my 3 X W b xxvf MD Nw l 3 Q Linda Burns , . , an -91. V , 1, f, 4. V, ,- .4 f f W s X ' xi l Q 5 Sm, , . '-11' 4 Ken Coffman if I my-f , EE VZ"'A"'f"Y A . , 'Nui' X I .Q A A dm - Greg Denton Debbie Ellis 7 Brent Gadbury , ' l"W"" fm , ' ' " ,, , f Q. ' J X ?- - U -Si -.:' 1. 'ilk x W - .rn ' "H, Carl Brown I- fr' -,EN it xr, .- K .X I . . 1,6 ' A :. vw. Q -.W -f 1 'vvui , lg-ge,-gl ' Sandra Burr M Smit, ,X f X 5 ., ' , -at V952 f X K ,, it K I ' s Jon Conner ln ' Richard Deremiah Doug Eubanks lbw-gy if Www : W MW -.1 , 1: x Danny Gale 1 'ar' F 'F'--.4 f CX, Charles Buckingham of " ' M- ' 4 W I f ', Far" f! Eddie Clark ,,. GM' A , , vin. ff , , ly ' fl f 4 z., . ,..'-A Sue Dallas 1 an ' 'txwgz f-'L Jeff Dighton gy, , - If 2, ,ww fl ' vw 42. 'V x N X VK I 1 xv fff Y. - --ff-'fi-1'-iii 1' ' ix , , .- . i A' :I r I Neil Fisher Y V'n':'1 is 7 5' Et 5 X . V Xl ' ' X V h 41 f I' 1'-41 . . nfnk Sue Galt 15 41 5- 4 5--2 I Brooks Gardner 'Vi' r ,,, , Y'-'vv Ann Hammerschmidt f as ' V f, ..- . " fi K ,. . .1 :N . JV. 'af ,. Rm- .I -y,1X Sheila Hickman 1-I -Q... Susan Humphreys X l '47 11 1 I Y 1 Ted Lange , -.. Q41 . 5215. 1-f.'st1x-ax Connie Mandrell 16 ? P f I' 4 f I Jerry Gaskill f 'Nr' James Hanson Yvonne Hinton 757 Linda Hutson in tl. , Linda Long . - W-3 -,, H - if f Sandra Gowler 'mf 'V' K f ,. , Q L -us? ah Mark Hayes -.l'f,. Theresa Hogan Linda Kelley Steve Long ww 3,8 1 Mary Marx Deborah McKee 4- 1-L3 - - is, 3 .,-'fr Qs,-2 'wi 192' ' 4 55. K vw, 'W I J: ' I Q James Grant Roscoe Henderson Srl'-'r' If Lee Ann Holbrook . V 5 1 Q f X n an gif", 1 J' ,ia-Ni..a:i'l 'g iv lg'-v". ' sv. Marcia Kelley 1 Gloria Madden X xxx Mark McPheeters Sheila Greenarch ,I ,fp Maxine Henson .1531 C' , it Ralph Howard l fi . Janet Kinzel Mary S- Q.,- S Terry Meece -- .2 'cf John Menacher I 'ff"g,f Mike Nolan Debbie Piatt if wer. ,L Russell Rodgers GL' . Z' Terry Somers Mary Sturmon 29 x .,w' x. -, 'Q s. Vx. ' . ,bk Mark Moore .QA ,f VL. Christine Ochs int., . tw- -QT -y Sarah Platz - Mn.-H as . I Hur 1 'gi x x . ,k John Scott , f f f Y . 3 - M 7'- A. 4, A ,QA ' " 'n.,,,. ,if Colleen Stanley 44 U 1 ' als. 1 ' K O V " O Q . , I -.wc -', A 415--Q. Lee Summers Barbara Mulvaney Cathy Oliver ,. Si ,Q M J file W My A xl V7 J X Steve Powers M Dianne Shonkwiler , ',,, ' QW? I frm 'W , 'ge f nz ,1 ' -WWW Wesley Stiverson 7' C3?g'ff 5ifc7fWfff w W, MW: f , Ray Summers K Ax i IQ, Q 11- - Q 6 f J' fi I XA, - is - -- : Ed Mundt 48- sw- Dan Pennell .W-f,.,,,, Marsha Remmers , f 4 ., if 3.5 Willie Shull ,E V, V K ' ffm z .9 .A . ff ' f if ' n, , "'Z""' f ?- " M 1 3 ,K Y I Steve Stoerger ,, , ,, WW W, Nffww W f 1 , WW: sa, . t -V Lee Tipsword xx K , I 5 . '1 wi I Bonnie Musick Y WWI QL ' W L, ig.. , f Jafar! 1 7 ' A I 3 :Eh ' I A Willard Perry A it Q 1 f Q , by 7 X-4 5" mi E 1 , . H Z V 2 1 , 'i , X ,Z 2 f ,. I , H+ X4 Jim Robinson 1 A 4 MA fi. 2 , s I Lonnie Smith 2 2 ,fu 'iir N ..,,,i. , Q Curtis Stratman WJ v 'U ou, , l 4 Randy Vance ,g , Cheryl Vezina Richard Waller M4 ' .4 . ' Marilyn Willis Darlene Wolfe - 1 Have a heart! 'Shake it up More powers to you! baby ' - - 18 I 'qv' if "', Cecil Wattles f bw- 1" Jean Wood K. A fr ' Nina Wheeler Patsy Whitney ,Q ' Bill Cooper ff 4 A Pe ni I N Carol Young We are marching to Pretoria . . . " 1 f . .fl Yeah, school's a real ball. l 1 , ' Be he witch or chimney sweep? .J-' x. 4 I x Cock-a-doodle doo. J 1 Looking for guidance? OP OITIOICS 'Hx' '-ff-5 .f ' f , i ly -if f AQ, .rr . i.,-X ', ,. W. , - NLR: ,.fxf.g219LT' Y 'Pit -.ff ,Q ii-ll 3 4 .. L.. .-fi-',,-jjj, - 'T gf . 1- ,, v' V -, , ,s . A W . . 3' . .V 1 'is .pf " .Jin " f -1 " X--,.,, xi 'r"gb:.if '1 --ying X, 1 Wx. E, '??2fstl'.,, ' 'Q gy . ' J- we T f. 492 wfefr' ' . ' ' .- e ,, H ji' t ' 5fI,:,,f ..,. . , x 4 l i-.WAQSJ Q., L . ., -sk fig 1. Y 255,531+ at -it '---'fr 5 , ',,- :ii -.rg vit 'Q ., ws" vw X W U ' x.-' .-. 5 . f 'M . , - . . V . S 1 , , , mf 0 Q gxagxx ' A ' ' if .5 y r ' V tm,-.X-Alwgyw-V M .gn ,K 3.5 . L-,V it ' -1 -'UK it. Mfr. .sX,.,,. h sex N-1' 'ffm' tseatedl Dennis Hainmerschmidt-President, Student Coun- cil Representative, Alfred Harms-Vice President, Student Council Representative, Beth Green-Secretary, Pat Col- gan-Treasurer fstandingb Pat Sarver-Student Council Representative, Paula Hopper-Student Council Representa- tive, Paul Freidinger-Student Council Representative, Me- linda Kratz-Student Council Representative Were we freshmen yesterday or was it the day before'?! Time surely does fly! Remem- ber how nervous we were the first day of school last year? This year, though, our poise was real and we had confidence to spare as we started over the bridge that fills the gap between underclassrnen and the upperclass- men. The exciting year of 1964-65 will always linger in the minds of the class of '67. At the beginning we just couldn't imagine settling down to books and studying after a fun-filled summer. But after awhile we slipped back into the comfortable routine of high school. Many warm fall evenings were spent pre- paring our pink "dinosaur with purple spots' for our entry in the Homecoming parade. Melinda Kratz, our class queen attendant, rode our dinosaur to victory, and we won first place, much to the dismay of the seniors! 1 The sophs tackled two class projects this year. During football season we were in charge of a concession stand for frosh-sopho- more football game, and in November we sold Fuller Brush products. The earnings were put away for safe-keeping until next year's Junior-Senior Prom. Christmas came and went and semesters rolled around. We really had some freshmen scared with tall tales about mid-year exams! Were they really tall tales after all?! The days passed-and all too quickly! The Christmas Dance, Spring Reversal, Prom, and coke dances left us with many fond mem- ories. Remember, as servers, how careful we were not to spill anything on any junior or senior? As the year came to a close we suddenly realized that we had crossed the bridge, and we had only two years left at M. H. S. The hardest part of the road was now ahead of us, but with the name "upperclassmen" to boost our morale, we felt that we could suc- cessfully finish high school. .4 1' , ,Q ,iw 3,1 J, Rx, gf dig C ,"' Els A I 'fr Dick Anderson James Auth Debbie Baker fi, 7 . Y L A -. '59 gl' " - Z 5 ,, Q1 ' ,".2 . 11, f' Ax.. J- ' Wh X A ,ff ' Q-.J gi' Pam Brighton Rick Brown Jim Burgess L 1 pr, x fi' ff wh... ' , gh- Wayne Coffman Pat Colgan Max Crawford ' , 5 I . - -1 f , '-' - 1 " n o J aff, ' " 6 A' tfg , Y H xv. V, , " Al Q tr Janet Downey Helen Ducey Roger Dyson . 3 A 4 Q L, , ,IL - ,, ,jx 1 N v .I - f? 7 Sandra Followell Paul Freidinger Ken Gale .juv- 'gh I 2 'L' ? -'.- N 'ua f 1 fl J Betty Green Dennis Hammerschmidt Jerry Hardw 20 ick w- ' Q , ,- Bill Bauer Clifford Carney 3 it t Christine Deremiah Debbie Fisher Carol Gowler L . QQ X . N. J. Alfred Harms i xi X , .il ., James Bobbitt Us 9- is 'xa WX . ,' JoAnn Clark JL f, Q-r ,W 5 7.2 Debbie Doss 1 1? I 'sv ..... ,i-X A li .3 Bob Floyd Agn. f wt Beth Green Stan Harvey iz. YK 7' ' Tim Hayes Dan Henson Kathie Hosler ,- "wi cw L Q 'V- A yu b a 'xv V ,, iff, ' .1 Wlf.. . ,A ,dgy--. . di. 2:2515 g'gg..A,,Vf 1,4 14 ,K-. ' af.. f ., - Jim Kelly Kathy McConkey V V ' ' AQ ' 5 ,Ef"'211f2i'i ' i-'gy V ' .fm-' g,,.g?f.5 f t or 43? ., , ' 'Mn f M, z N if ,mn Q W 12 , V ,Q John Muse ". -1 HK hi iff 5 fi tux X X , Q gil XV, li XX Dan Haynes al.. Steve Hettinger , 'rf -. N ,, , M , - in 5 I, 7 ww' ' ' A f .f W , , V ,MQW . ' W r W Rickie Hosler Jeanne Kinzel f f Q I f Mike McConkey f , 'lg , 5 lv V 257 , Ml? , 'Va . Kay Nibling Becky Heacock Emmett Henderson Christine Hill XWWM7' Vickie Hostler QTW' W Martha Knapp VW ' ' ,fp I , W ,WK 'ff 5' V , ,X 1 ff f f I VM yi Aj jf? ,, Roger McCumber Kathleen Nolan ml: Dan Hodson X I , my W ,wt "If Lynnette Huisinga I X V. X Melinda Kratz Ann Meece , X f ff Q f , , , I 49 4 f if 1 J ?wqw,,ff,,-- , X ff' f f I Carl Perry A 4 Cv f J ,..,,. T .Q Dennis Hendrix if 5 we A , 3 ,, fwff N , Y' ., 5.79 ,f Paula Hopper Ricky Jones , 'i . V M ' 0 f ,, Q., f W Y ..,,, ,, fm' X, gn , , 4 -r W, ,, ,A WM ,L Wfgmww, , , ,y-,,, ,- ,,V ,f f .5 f f 72, Wf 1 Alan Kuetemeyer ,Q ky 4 f My , 7 X W 7 Steve Moore Nancy Perry 21 0 s f Ji' Mike Redshaw Steve Royce xl NL- S' ,1 Brad Shiffer in 1 R , x 4 5. Russell Somers 4 - ." 3 f 1 'x Mike Sumner Ar K A L Jennie Rice i D 'UI R K, w..,,., . Patty Sarver . Ml Gloria Sievers 98 Connie Stickrod i n 4 5 n K Carl Sweet but l I ali EY 4 will Paulette Valentine Mark Vaughn 22 Sandra Riley 'nv-. is Lf 15' fl W " Il ' Ted Sarver -M S-.1 aigam kiwi? 4 M Q vf if N Mary Sims N4 our Q. M X . 1 'X 'Q : iD- V . 4 , 13 4 9: it Jane Stone wi Q ' fx UQ '45,- is. --v Z I.. XS -7 gix X1 Richard Szalkowski E+ .4 Tom Walker vi... 4 Linda Robson Julie Schneider wt' . X Jack Slevin Don Strater 'D 1 Ind Paula Tarter Shirley Williams 4 AQ J -C7 V1 A 3 Steve Rogers Mahala Scholer ff ' i g-, SJ Steve Snyder -. 0 L. gr--r L1 . Tom Strater , xx. Xu 1 s Linda Taylor ' - : of 'J - yrffvi .gqaajy .rj ' W 152 1 ' f eff, ,Q "2 -1:02-s - 3.5 ' iff ' ,4 , It Bob Wisehart 2 N-4 Susan Woods -sq X , 1 I Ax X ' v 311' g lx -it , i . t it farm' i , -..,:X, 4 .,i Tom Wright v . 36 ""'f 'Y ,E t if Eff -nw i i ' at A fi li Terry Young x Clara Eades O O O O s ,, SH .A 4 NZ' R f Q Yep, you measure up to be a real square! , A M I I "shore" Wish I had some peanut butter toast! Hey Steve, you in there? W W i f ' Q fl . .M V f f M92 1 f Vis , S' li ? I wonder if I'l1 get more shaves with this than a Personna. A stitch in time saves playing the hard parts! But you don't really expect me to study, do you?! 3 5? 4 y l ' ,WMV -fs, , 'f 1 fi Q. 2 Z4 W7 , .V!g , 1 1 2 . .fc . MU ' 3 11:31 4 Q "W f " . ff fi ,Y if , WLM J" 5 4 W, I ' 1. - - , , ,4 , fzwwff i' . Your kiddln , L ,5 A Q barbecues f ,jf ' gf . -if-Wl"0' " "' W' 3 a g a 1n ? . QM' ,5,g,,,4 ,.i.g of Y V jf. ,,,, -.., ...M . " f fs ' W6 Y , K, I U , ' mf ' ' V f V l , t I ' I W2 4 gpg Y f y y ,i i NY 5 , ,,,, 4 u lr . , fi , ,,,, 3 if ,1:f1mZe, 9'- "Af: lf? ff 3 - Godzilla verses the Thing 23 unior , 54 H-'ggi The year of transition! As Juniors we 1, ff- A 91 could look back to our carefree sophomore I 1 11 1' ff days and ahead to the serious senior year. " " We started to think about what was wait- ing up ahead-what would be around that bend of the road for each of us. Our plan- ning for the future started to take on a new aspect when we realized that next year we'd be facing the reality of the "cross- road" in life. But our thoughts were not all serious! We were always able to fit into our busy schedules a little time for fun. First came Homecoming-so soon!-with our first class effort being the Junior class float. Debby Rhodes, our class attend- ent, donned a leopard skin to really give a "Stone Age" atmosphere to our huge dinosaur egg. And for all our work we were awarded second place. On November 17, our class play came off with a big romantic bang with "Jenny Kissed Me". Incidentally "Jenny" lMar- garet White! got around to kissing almost everyone in the cast! After the play cast had settled back into its regular schedule, the class turned to serious thoughts of money-making schemes for the Junior-Senior Prom. Selling Christ- mas cards and tireless work at concession stands after each home game brought our funds to a safe amount. But the work was worth it! Prom was a complete success. Last but not least came those beautiful class rings ! ! Pennies were hoarded until ordering day-then everyone waited in a state of blissful anticipation until - AT LAST ! ! Yes, this truly is "the year that was . . ." ,Aj 31 YCZAT F'-ii gf, i CLASS OFFICERS AND STUDENT COUNCIL REPRE- SENTATIVES: Cseatedl Jeff Clodfelter-President, Student Council Representative, Larry Bealor-Vice President, Jim Robison-Secretary, Margaret Allman-Treasurer, Student Council Representative Cstandingb Don Walters-Student Council Representative, Nelda Alexander-Student Council Representative, Jim Kratz-Student Council Representa- tive, Peggy Heidkamp-Student Council Representative 1' 17, V. QW-Or Nelda Alexander L x David Barbour ,Y ... 5 4 fm AA... Q A, 4 7 .2 'f Q' M -. f, f ' X , . , P f I x I QA John Benjamin .- Q .ef . ,RA Kitty Brady , iv' Q3 'q Alia-1 2 fi' 3 Buster Chumbley 6' 95..- Jo Dean Culbert i TE' 'Q' Margaret Allman - xr E hmtfy Gary Bealor xiwx 'iv ' . i inf xv Y if Bob Benson Y 'B' 2- ' 'Q gd . Q ,fs . 1 Charles Buckley 'SQL ,rf , at 525 ye -4 2 M '- Q , 1 if Jeff Clodfelter -t 1..g!"f fm? Rick Denton Mary Auth :Q , ,V Larry Bealor Sandra Benson Barbara Burke Don Cody Robert Dick We-m l. . Karen Bahnke 49311. - h e X JoAnne Belcher Zqlplkygg W "' 11 41 V f X f V, 3 PP. ,V XM P 1 V if War iv y f 9 Doris Blacker iw. . Mfg 'twL,,,, lf' 'A i ff" Bob Burns I , WWW x2 g1A.r- -':' ' l f QQ, David Combes Myrna Eades "Wx 5 1-:al f XQEM If av ,fa Greg Baker Qjfxxx 'lf Q! Kenneth Bell 'OK ,zzsmfwnam-m. Linda Blythe ww . if dv 'Q I" , V A ff Bill Campbell X Q ff ' fs R' 720' 14 -rf... M f -fav. ' ::, Q f 9 Cecelia Conrad Dick Eastham -go - 1 ,QKX oe T' Bob Eshelman S, 4 A Qi Leonard Guldberg 'C Q- ":- ,J . L. 6" . " JI., 4 'tg' '.. JST' S-, ig: .QTVR Peggy Heidkamp ef ,... -ni....'a :ZZZ1....n.......n'-22111 Lilli Jones I s. Jid Kratz cj. I Jim Mitchell 26 . .151-, . r 1'--r Ed Foley Kay Hardwick Ta- I' W- fp J Christie Henson Dwaine Keller L J I 'f X l' Gary Lacy uk.. if i , Louis Mooney xl- Sharon Gale 4' V I Q., , X , NL Q Q L ' Marcia Harms rs: M ,Q Q, ' iv Y -vw 4' fi f Jane Hogan le: V f fr W7 'J s David Kelley hi.. W - I Tom McGraw 1 L- E' i n , Bob Mooney Janet Gibson f w ,J AQ Alf Ron Hayford 6 f. QQ? Tom Horath I Sf: Bill Kirkland L l Rick McGuire Ken Moore YZ::'r l 1 Linda Grant 'ZL- John Hays R ,av ,ff Frank Houser Phil Knox Jim McIntosh i Linda Mullvain , A,- fx 'A -X . 'fi Janet Mulvaney , xx' 'Cya r""f""j W .Q 3 rx XX ' ,sgr Robert Pearl i Rx-. ,X i .,,,:- 1 ,Q .l V 1 V, A I ,,., ,H ,1.. . 4 .X - V i.. ,'X 'ix Susan Platz Carol Schneider . 'WG 1, S... ' :,,, Q "W em J Buzz Sievers Paula Stiverson . 'A"7' 'R W f 1 u', ' 5 in vw 4 F ' I frli illi Aim Brenda Munster x px Ns 1 Y Y Y Gary Perkins , rg -at Ar v Q 4 4 4 ef' Donna Quinlan f Julie Schwartz ,, . ' i""+ ik' .1 ,, ' 9, W Q ' V 2 j .fflj V, A 4 Y Wx y 1 Mark Sievers , m , ,N 91" I , ,,v ,e L Vicki Stone K 4 gg- 'ttf Q. 1 A if :lf 2 ,1 Harry Munster ai ""'1f . -rr- 3 ' W- .. ' Dan Perry Cathy Remmers , ,.. V 4 ' M iiii ,. E gf '.--l,,, E , if-an - Q .M Larry Scroggins N ..,,---' ryw, .- WS if V , i 4 L Rick Stephens V 4. ff A ,gf cv' fc. Zi! Sharon Strack ma -.IQ . ,V ,Vai i Mary O'Conner W er Z 02 'Ph'-f-.mv X iw 'i., R . Ken Phillips Debbie Rhodes W . if X1 .,.. . . f 'V' , t , f Mark Sheldon Dyke Stirrett my-f-.. 41 5.1 my . 2 'Nil V ammo- , Z K ., V ,f K X Y X11 11 Ron Oliver fb ' 94:14, z f zvggwy' 9 M K if M. Dyke Piatt 2 W 3? 2 Q .aa V.- 4 1 5' QQ0, ,, 153222-.1. Qaiimf 1 A 'Q X Jim Robison Jw f , Y h wa' ' Bill Shull W. ' - MS! ,Q , f fa f 1 may fi 2 I f Gm- Wm X 'gif 7 X ? Jerry Stiverson LA T' .,., , , - .Qi yi vt : 1 witty if , ij, 'Mitts' " " lseek Linda Stratman Stephanie Stutzman lf E7 , 1, ". A Cv 'Q D Bill Summers 9 milf Fred Tritchler Jim Warner Darlene Williams Mark Irle Connie Maria Joe Norfleet .arc , I want my Maypo! 28 um :v .: -,V ---a-ff---,-V Dick Sumner 5 6.43 we 'S "-. It - 'L Linda Szalkowski W ,ly 4. sql' , .- x I, is 2' ' 'D Jack Vannote Joe Walden 9' 'ii .Q W W U i V 3,f.,: 4 ' .iih A , 3. Wife 5 . g J"- 4 F QQ as x Cynthia Weddle Frank Weddle Norma Wood Sandra Wood T aff 's i kv, 'A Norma Thomas gr Don Walters x Us -f - A Margaret White f.:5g,4 is , Duane Yockey fb' ll' Last one to the merry-go-round is a rotten egg. v R C 55' ., , K, f A, I 5' 'Q ff 4 ' -Y Terry Thomas ,..,-5' lgxfam ! P i " 9 . 5,1 ""'h 4 Gail Ward ' ,wg 1-:YT M- - .- ,ra 'L " 9 P W jo" XX A -. JE A Mike Wileaver Linda Zindars I 1 l Conservatively speak- ing, I'm a Goldwater man. rf' . . fr' ,lf 41 ' -35 J' , i -kt kt. - - -...-n-.......-......... - ' 4: : ' 'SWIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIO f ' '- . -luluuunvtlllluulln ' .-,wnmmm , 0 , ,. f , nmmmm " " W., Wlilflff' -w -nfelrvwrxi-""2f A, - " '- X A 4,3 .R F I 1 ' v ,f,qq,M., J , . A Q f 4 wt do , K B 1 Q .Q Q- Wa... an Oh, how we love recess! i Mom, do you think you could bring my P. E. clothes, English book, and 35c? What terrn papers did to us: turned me around lost my head 4-,.. X You wanted stretch pants, so we're giving you stretch pants. , , F 2 fiom? Q Mfg 7 Nobody can I lgam Us ge a So you're I d say I've got bog Ca C er tired, control h yon ir. knobby ecause - ' ' ' yourself! W H my 311' knees and would look et W like red? g - a -ay ,,:l - Wlth nl l ' "" y k - ,:-. "" , ' -M 6 ily. li f .?3:e'i:.bg W 7- Q A nergy 2 . ,.:, , .. . .tx M .,... wg ? I just love 1 Betsy McCall l paper dolls! L ...J What t ' Metrecal , did for Santa, it will do for you tore me apart '93 iw ,a H vf f 's '11 A 4 ag, gr, -1 gf , y f x yf' 1 I . I J , I ,,f Vx Mr " Allah, Allah, salami, bologna 29 f 2 ,QP eniors We seniors have corne to one of the crossroads of life. We have many paths ahead of us from which we must choose f our future lives. We may enter the adult ' worlds of marriage or work, or we may 3 further our educations in colleges or is business schools. As we struggled through our years as underclassmen, we dreamed of our sen- ior year. In actuality the events of our senior year more than met our ex- pectations. These included senior pic- tures, prom, and graduation. We dis- played our most attractive 'smiles as senior pictures were taken. Later we received our touched-up photographs. .ffl 2454 Our senior prom was very romantic and sentimental. We were all misty- eyed as we realized that this was our last high school prom. However, the main highlight of our senior year was the long walk across the stage to receive our diplomas. This was perhaps our first realization that we had all too quickly passed through our high school years. Ah, yes, our senior year was wonder- ful, but now we must bravely go forth into the adult world. We must contem- plate these roads and make our choices. Regardless of the path we choose, we know that our years at "M. H. S." will always be remembered and valued. 'V' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES: Cseatedb Steve Davis-President, Student Council Representative, Sid Harper-Vice Presi- dent, Lynn Remmers-Secretary, Larry Dyson-Treasurer, Student Council Representative Cstandingl Richard Wal- ters-Student Council Representative, Lou Baker-Student Council Representative, Terry Courson-Student Council Representative, Paula Valentine-Student Council Repre- sentative gf. 5-'Y9 an-.--dir PHILIP AI-ILRICH Major: art - Minor: science, commerce, math, French gk JAMES W. ANDERSON Major: math, science- Minor: social science, Latin :isle f WWE is . xx ' J QSLIWQIP' ,af "" ,,. -.Qifi?, U ga:-'cz'-N - fga.j,7g.1 f.:g.'v':f:m,y' 33,131-., ' ' --1-zx"" -' gy' ' . 1 RON BARNHART Major: math, science- Minor: social science, Latin BJP! STEVE ALLEN Major: social science, art-Minor: commerce, industrial arts HQ Tilre 'xsT...i,,.5, MARY ARMSWORTH Major: commerce - Minor: -math, science social science -i f 1 " -si 5 Si Q' ,. i' -Q 1 t 'vw X xg ,ggi fax W A 6 xr' , NX .W 1 ' , A ' JAN BEELER Major: social science, art, science - Minor: math ,f gfiodt 'T ,.., J 3,1 if N ,Q , 1.55.5 - ,GH , x J f ,v-. s , .Le 3 IN 'Q' ' ,, N 'ms 4 M3 2 ilk DAVID ANDERSON Major: math, science, art - Minor: social science, Latin K N' M-7 aww, 5 ss W X 2 XT' X N , ,W X S, , , i f X . , if .W is .tx 962, be gs . w.a:g5Q!5,.? - .2 sf N 'W Q 'iv trees JOHN BAHNKE Major: art - Minor: Latin, social science, science MQW' Y .......,-14" LEE BENSYL Major: art science - Minor: French, math, social science Sql' JAMES E. ANDERSON Major: math, science, - Minor: Latin 'fi' . 'awk A if L ' E 4 I "NN H V f ' Neg V xp, mi, way ' LOU BAKER Major: social science - Minor: science, Latin commerce, math "f "'-w. 'X' 4' JERRY BROWN Major: agriculture - Minor: industrial arts, social science, commerce Best Wishes-Armsworth's Hardware and Appliances-Cisco and Monticello "1 wi ml! DONNA OATES BUCHANAN Major: home economics, art - Minor: social science , Q M j :Y J DARLENE CARROLL Major: commerce - Minor: Latin, math, science , N X. of Wg' ' 119' ERNEST CODY Major: industrial arts, math-Minor: science, social science, commerce 32 ,vm if , . .- 1+ KATHLEEN BUCHANAN Major: social science, commerce - Minor: home economics, math .. fl gg? ' 'Ka --rf., ' 'YJL' JOHN CLARK Major: math, science - Minor: social science, industrial arts KD ROSEMARY COLVIN Major: commerce - Minor: art, math, social science i-'If ' , 40x CYNTHIA BURGIN Major: art - Minor: French, science : V Q PENNY CLODFELTER Major: commerce - Minor: science, French, social science Ffsgvb fi . K "',..,' Y LINDA BURGIN Major: art, math Minor: commerce, science, Latin CAROLE CODY Major: social science, art-Minor: commerce, home economics 'x . X.-. x..-I LARRY COON Major: social science - Minor: agriculture, commerce, science Congratulations-First State Bank of Monticello Xl-1-v' TERRY COURSON Minor: social science, science, Latin, math 'Nug- 1 5 5' if JQX K : ' A ,Q 'ilxfpzfs JUDITH CRAWFORD Major: art, commerce, home economics xv ' S MQ. W s "3 FJ' :-. .2 f ,I ' V- ' .sys st its A 2 HL ,MM KAREN DANISON Major: commerce, home economics ""f,,,"'.:'4F' HOWARD DUVALL Major: agriculture - Minor: science, math, commerce 'wr :IFN 1909i xxx -1-Mfr rc. H ff 'I PAT CRUSE BONNIE CURRY Major: home economics Major: commerce, math - Minor: commerce, - Minor: social science, social science, math Latin DIANE DALLAS Major: home economics commerce - Minor: social science, science N: -.Najaf STEPHEN DANISON TALMADGE DAULTON Major: industrial arts - Major: agriculture - Minor: social science, Minor: science, math, commerce, science commerce gdb, ' 'K L ,' - . ' -':-.NL I -. X53 Wm-. Q N T ,J was uni! STEVE DAVIS Major: agriculture - Minor: social science, Commerce, math, science fx ' ,i Q - ,N Q . ijg, K, ,V if-'-A' 'V 1 . ,-. ,- , LARRY DYSON MICHAEL DYSON Major: math, science -- Major: social science, Minor: French, social art - Minor: science, science industrial arts, commerce Congratulations from National Bank of Monticello HUGH FINSON Major: math, science, Latin - Minor: social science +8 f -""" av If '73 QQ", 7' 'K -H11 6? , I . NNW DAVE FISHER ,jj , NANCY GASKILL Majorr art, social Major: Latin, science - science 5 Minor: JUDY I-'ORTNER DICK FOX Minor: social science, Industrial arts Major: commerce - Major: science, social math Minor: social science, science - Minor: art math ' 3 , z g,:jW"".L1Ef-. , "W" 'my H --5551i f : A ,f A '53 ,,, K D .-ew, mu at 1' 'Y f up A 'T' , JANICE GIESLER 7 SID HARPER Major: commerce - Major: math, science - Minor:.math., science, BILL GLASGOW RICHARD GREENARCH Minor: French, Latin 500131 Sclence Major: Latin, social Major: industrial arts, science, science - social Science, art Minor: math EM NMR' .W s pw i ,.. , , 'TT' F' 'nun MICHAEL HARRIS MARVIN HAYNES Major: science, math - Major: industrial arts - Minor: Latin, social MICHAEL HAWKINS GARY HAYES Minor: commerce, art Sclence Major: science, math - Major: agriculture - Sclence Minor: Latin commerce, Minor: industrial arts, social science social science Congratulations from Chelneit Oil Company rid' Lf'-41 .l CATHERINE HAYS Major: social science, commerce - Minor: home economics 2 ........... MAX HEACOCK Major: math, science - Minor: Latin, social science 'SJEK ,ESTQ is-1" BILL HENDERSON Major: art - Minor: industrial arts, social science pq r", W..-gre KATHLEEN HENEBRY Major: science-Minor: Latin, math, commerce, social science AWWQ5 ,Q wx f- -X "l'I'1"f" JOHN HOSLER Major: social science, WZ" art-Minor: commerce, TERRY JAMES industrial arts Major: Latin, science - Minor: French, math social science .,.-f H 1 iw , DAN HECKMAN Major: social science, commerce - Minor: industrial arts, science "ra: t - gill-:i,'9ff'K it i .ww-5 "iris z V i ml M ALICE HICKS Major: home economics, commerce - Minor: social science ma '62 ARLOA JOHNSON Major: science-Minor: commerce, social science, math Compliments - McClure and Sansone A -X 44 .J -.jf 1' Q,,....-.-uv MIKE HELTON Major: social science, commerce is-f.B-Ng., ,. NN R f...,..,... TOM HILL Major: social science, art - Minors. industrial arts, science 51.51 'lu 2 fall M i . 1: Q d f. ix W V , if SUZZEE KALLEMBACH Major: commerce, home economics - Minor: science, social science 35 X -,L 4 - O f 1 sc:-u ,lf DOUG KAMM Major: social science, Latin, science-Minor: math has ""'?b CAMILLA KNAPP Major: social science, math - Minor: Latin, art, French, science :Tj--'V STEVE MCCARTNEY Major: agriculture - Minor: science, math, commerce 36 CALVIN KELLEY Major: social science - Minor: commerce, French, science Yi' milf" CYNTHIA LANDIS Major: social science, science, math-Minor: Latin, French J-Q12 -.If JUDY MCCLELLAN Major: commerce - SHARON KINZEL Major: commerce - Minor: social science, science - VIOLA LANE Major: commerce, art- Mmor: social science in-Q., SHARON MCCONNELL Major: commerce, Minor: math, French, science-Minor: math, social science, science, home economics, Latin, social science wy,sA '4""'T'v X F il PAULA KINZIE Major: math, science - Minor: social science Latin, French ':..mi sr. l '-xx NL47 RON LONG Major: art - Minor: social science, science commerce Qian -'---'Q gn. - -n PAULA MCKINLEY Major: commerce - Minor: social science, science wx 49 ,N 'ff' . If ' ve 7? 'T -.4 wp f l mf' N' td 1 -'ww 5 BOB MAZZEI Major: social science, math 5 Minor: JIM MERRIMAN DAN METZGER mdustrlal arts Major: math - Minor Major: agriculture - science, art, Latin Minor: social science ds fm ra fc: a rro i V WT, J, it ss,-fy -.. X L, .ff QM X X CONNIE MORFEY 5 Major: art - Minor: social science, home LINDEN MULVANEY CHARLES NOLAN GCOYIOITUCS Major: industrial arts - Major: math, science, Minor: art, commerce, Latin social science fi? L V :R Am wr! ": N vs, iw!-..,, I3lr MARTHA O'DELL Major: science-Minor: social science, math, KAREN OSMOND RON PARSONS A I-atm Major: social science, Major: social science - science - Minor: art, Minor: math, science, French, math industrial arts 'Y' usa- JOHN MIKULECKY Major: industrial arts social science-Minor: agriculture 'Mak X JENI-SU NORFLE ET Minor: science, Latin, commerce, math lx 5'-A ..-Q,-37 LINDA PLUMMER Major: commerce, science - Minor: math, social science 37 Q34 JOHN REED Major: Latin, math, science f rr. ' """if" f as "f qi., I , 1,54 M- ' . 2, 7.15. e K A el 5 Q- 'ax 'Qui 'ffm-p SUZANNE RICE Major: math, science - Minor: French, Latin F -..lm 'ARG' 5.4. JAMES SARVER Major: social science, commerce - Minor: math, French, science 38 A-'Amin x.,,,'l iq-,rj 'N-as JOE REMMERS Major: art - Minor: industrial arts, social science ' " ' "'f'N'f "Q -"'.2R'-ai f V . r ,itmiflfm fx NANCY RIEBLING Major: commerce - Minor: math, Latin 0-JN Cm X Wd BRUCE SHIFFER Major: industrial arts, social science - Minor: science A rf - ' LYNN REMMERS Major: Latin, science - Minor: social science, French Thai' X- JERRY ROBERTS Major: industrial arts, social science -rf' DONNA SLEVIN Minor: math, science, social science Congratulations Seniors '65: Compliments Remmers' D-X Service TOM RHOADES Major: commerce - Minor: math, science social science, Latin , 'FQ'- MIKE ROSETTO Major: math, science social science-Minor: French .Srl PHYLLIS MCLAUGHLIN SHONKWILER Major: art, commerce- Minor: social science, science -...x i"Z""'v ask yi -13" cr 4uvvW"", Q : X xN:N wax r Fax S PAULA STANLEY Major: science, social science, math-Minor: comerce LR ZS 'WITT7' NANCY STRAYER Major: home economics, commerce - Minor: science ,emma A15 -rr:.:v' X. PAULA VALENTINE JUDITH STIVERSON Major: commerce, art - Minor: social science 'Y' A, fo- KAY SUMMERS Major: art, commerce, social science - Minor: math .,.: 4 ir E Q gray givf 'MMR f fi. A--R .ei Q "Q:-N ' X S x 'sr X A ' J ss M, - .- ,- s 1 se- s X- , MAX STIVERSON PAT STONER Major: home economics - Minor: commerce, Major: industrial arts - science, social science Minor: art gg. :bgv JL f. '1r"J5 ':ii j :g ji , .1 . R' ' fm cr kxf Au ma.-nuwanvffg sr 'W' ROBERT TREDWAY Major: science, math- Minor: industrial arts, social science, German 5 - in L - k K W V 1 -Y an ,. I K., pvwfaa 'Wk .NWN-agar P JANETT TRIMBLE Major: social science, commerce - Minor: science xx si-. ,RJ rf K av- rgc M, GARY VEZINA Maj91'3 math, SCi9HCG, Major: social science, Latm-M1n0r2 French LARRY VANCE BRUCE VARNER math - Minor: science Major: industrial arts, Major: science, math - art Minor: Latin "Good Luck Seniors" from Ma1'tin's Eisner lf! Q if 'JY RICHARD WALTERS Major: math, science - Minors French, social science 'Q-vi' ,.,, 'r . thai' ' -- JAMES WILLIS Major: social science, science, math-Minor: French, art . ,Q- fb- Y""l."h SUE WOLFE Major: art - Minor: social science, commerce 40 , ,Q 'r" 157 E RAMONA OLSON WEAVER Major: commerce: - Minor: social science, Latin fw- 103 4v""" BEVERLY WISEHART Major: home economics -Minor: art, science, commerce 'X ,ij CAROL WOOD Major: home economics - Minor: social science, art -fi jr I av' I-WW!-4 il ,T-,r STEVE WHEELER Major: science, math- Minor: French, Latin 'Lv K-54-.ry CAROL WITTIG Major: commerce -- Minor: social science, Latin ' i sm , xi! PATTY WOOD Major: home economics, commerce - Minor: social science fi 'UV tr-yr ROSA WILLIAMS Major: commerce, art- Minor: social science .'?E2.,, ' 5 Ig, 'a 'Qt x -lit I ROBERT WOLFE Major: social science, commerce - Minor: science, math KAKIE WOODS Major: social science art - Minor: science, COITIITIBYCC Q I it .J- LINDA WRIGHT Major: home economics, art - Minor: social science MELVIN MOYER Major: art - Minor: industrial arts, social science DENNIS SCHLEY Major: industrial arts commerce, social science-Minor: math 6 iw 'GK2""1K Major math science MICHAEL YOUNG PATRICIA ZINDARS Lam Mmm 500181 Major: math, science- Major: commerce - Sclence Minor: Latin Minor: home economics, social science Graduation is a milestone Lying in t.he pathway of happiness. We must travel along the rocky road That coils around the mountain of success. We started as little children To climb the highest cragg But we did not know our future plans, And we let our footsteps lag. As we grew into adolescence The mountain seemed to call. But the roadway seemed so long and steep That we were frightened by it all. But we felt the need for knowledge. In our hearts We knew we could not fail What cared We how high the mountain? What cared we how steep the trail? We ascended the pathway slowly, And a few fell to the side As we started upward and onward To reach our goal with pride. Overshadowed by the towering rocks, We almost fell into the valley of despair. Then, just before we would have quit, We found that we were there. The beauty from the mountain top Gave the world a learned glow. But though today we graduateg Tomorrow we must go, Always we must be climbing upward Toward the highest mountain peak, Reaching out with eager hearts, The heights of knowledge we must seek. Though the thorns of life may prick us And the sacrifices seem too high, We must always do our very best, And never let our thirst for knowledge die. Dedicated to the Senior Class of 1965 By Viola Lane L x 6-1 1 W' x t mg N X See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil? 1- : .Ni "fii'ffi5 Honest, we weren't holding I wonder if hands! Thomas Jefferson ever hated school? 'gxflt ML- 1 Q, W , ' A X ' f 'Y ,A V 'N ,QQ ' F 13 . 1 iz" - gi X Sf? ' :fa .Q V '4 fiW.,. y if "" x N .1 A 1 .gs Are you sure there isn't a better way to scratch my back? : , Really Nanc, you didn't expect us to . . . From spadeS to SDOUSGS' leave ourselves out, did you? And. Mighty Max W111 rise again! x What you mean mask off? , li' take K. . ' gfrf' 'X l wv f - my af . .1 xg. I'm going to be What? ! ! ! lr' Next time I'1l have a doctor do my cast, . ,N 1 , I I ! , o , x af .. A K Q Yr --F!!-I, Q Q1 f j tai in 1 Look what I caught at the last fox hunt. -a.t-mmtmmw, Come and get it! "Oh that this too, too solid flesh would melt . . ." l g , 6 s fri no . 3.1 , wx Y I ' f., , 1 t re, km 7 if 0 ,ff Q .' i '5 -'I S F gl x ,. 1 911. Y if EX . A f W 1 J ?'l,Nf J -' V ." " 'A M ' I 3 Wi, J , ' 1 .1 :gs-' ' ,f .tl , V5 M if ,fk li' , I .. Z"Nf! A,.,fff" Okay you guys, get the right one this time! Really, Melvin! . - My 5' t . ggi' 3' 1 ,ya But I dOI'l,t ' I bvyagt a is V. 11' t day 2 .11 LM.. - 1 A F g ,fi .LQ Cheers! dog' And I suppose you Gee, this would hocked lmy look nice on my trlcyc 9' Q! W Q., I sa J, 3 H 5, if wx. WT, 4 Wg: ' NX ,i we HQ 'x 'i ""?4hug. 5 ,,.'x"'T rf- ' ,. e' W . ig -5 N ' W , M 7 5 it Q , " ., My ,,!- ' R ff' . gt". There's more than one way or a woman' Mr. Parilac, these measurements would turn out to catch a man ...... Q better -in Champaign. i il! ., r f . . We I f gy 1 fc Z! ,Z fi, V , 5 , f. , f 26 if ' PT? , f. f f 1 "" A , ,f .f ,GM ,, . , W, , w N. f .Q Wow! I've never seen legs like that before in physics! Q . ,,,,4,,. ,f 4: v Wffwwwjf W 'M 5' 24 , 'bw . S s f fffafff- 7' Q W." .45 ,. 'f"?:55f1' 'z f ,gg fs' . .s ., W 1:22-. iff: . , Wmig to ' f. 5 le il a iv, QV L ,Z k 1. jg, fl- L A 1 4m W ww ,, tl ff if Wwff f K' I ff!! yi ff . V1 . f Q L ZW 42461 , .ff 4 ,, "mv mf 11,14 ., N - 5 3 We W F S f 4M f me . MM 'pf 6' ..... . W2 f f WQW' H L' 2, Q34-'ff-'Z.w , S, f 7' 1. ! W ' 'Vs Like they say, grin and bear it! 43 ' 1:- Y I K 'wr . 5 an ' Ns ' Mig i af 'fb' I . 14, if' ., I ,Hx S , 1 4 E Q 'Q ,, , .'l f WW -'K 5 wx 2 'R MX , , E "' M. B3 xi.. . lag mv' ' ' 'avr' x 7 " I' fr vain. .sl .W 'QQ Four years become a memory filled with joy and sorrow Four years become a gossamer leading to tomorrow. Memories and hopes and dreams have made the years a joy And now it's Mr. and Miss, no longer girl and boy. Books and tests, worries and grades lead to cap and gown, Memories of dances and Homecoming parades through town. Football games and building floats all fall into place In the pattern of memories and each familiar face. The laughter and the silly pranks are all a tiny part Of everything from four years dear to a senior's heart. From our freshman year to the senior prom and a diploma in our hand We have lived four years which helps us understand. Our role in the world of atoms, missiles, and space We as adults from Monticello now will take our place. fqnr if Q. rgamlzatlcn - - 921-- - .- -3 fN::r..-'- f J, A-ww , "' ' "KW" D' lf ' 1 ' --W wzru...-..,, Jr., 'z-:Sv-i"r ' .. , ., A ' , . 1.4..-- ,, I , W - , .. we W-M Www-Wwmzfmw-453-w,Zm,,Q3m7W I -M 47N ,, ,-. - N V .ss s ,wwmh f A V '24 -M " 4' - Q W , , IJ4.. f' if ,, ., ,,,,E?msf'r , ""- em -gym? . ,,, ,L 1 f :W 1 MM Q.. ,- , -Q U x , .. ,.. is , ,pa,,,,-L- wwe , ,. . , ,,"' ' Q , My I H M.. I ...af '. - x "1 lffcmvvm. awe' A-A' X. ef,-V ' M. m mff' ,,..rf'.. " ' - ,.. .--W -.-,. sew-is r A S-...N ' W W f NNN I , V ' an .. - 'WWW-M ' , .. xx - hu V " V f A .tm I ' W-uf M' W . Q' A "iv, v , , Mm. A ., A me fu, K. M - - " ' M.. . 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E WWW. t ' QW f 1 W Y H7 fr M ff H ,wfmfm WW W, H , W 4 ,, ,V 67 M A - M -,Mwff fgqsf W X 5,y1Ki,,w 'M' , , ,W - ,W MM, 'fwyfin awww ' 1' ffm I V, wzfjwfw ' ' vw Jw X f ff f yww, ' Myyw, K My W -, f N , ,K wWf,f , , . ,N I, ,, f I " .4-avg, .-at .. , , , ,f , ffW'!fA X ff ' aff 41 Ww"',f I ' WWW! WM M f' f W4 ff , ' ' , ' W " , 1 X K , ffQ., ,, f5V':,,,,? f I www! f K kWfKtg3Wff'M If ,WV ' ff mga. I 'vpn Q N, WWA, SW f ff wf nf Y mf ff 'jyff vga' Q. A, ,W Wfaw WMM! -AWN fwffx "As the small pebble stirs the peaceful lakeg The centre mov'd a circle straight succeeds, An- other still, and still another spreads." -Pope ,255 ....,.,-.- -if ..:-4, wg X , mf' f Mx a , 4 tudent Counci 1 V , it f r ll STUDENT COUNCIL: Ctable ll Paula Hopper, Patty Sarver, Melinda Kratz, Dennis Hammerschmldt Paul Freidinger, Alfred Harms itable 25 Paula Valentine, Larry Dyson, Jeff Clodfelter, Jim Kratz Steve Davis, Mark Moore, Don. Walters, Margaret Allman, Terry Courson Ctable 35 Peggy Heidkamp Nelda Alexander, Dianne Shonkwiler, Lou Baker, Rick Walters, Dan Pennell, Debbie Alexander, Brooks Gardner, Ed Clodfelter The year of 1964-1965 at Monticello High School was indeed a busy one for the Student Council. The first task the Council undertook was the plan- ning of Homecoming. The theme "Stone Age Sages," chosen by the preceding Council was carried out in the various class and organization floats. Besides organizing the parade, the coun- cil also was responsible for the bonfire, corona- tion, and dance. Council members sponsored an all school drive to furnish Christmas gifts for Lincoln State School. They also sponsored Dads' night, Thanks- giving, Easter and Christmas programs, the Christmas Dance, and Moms' night. In the fall, the Council members attended the Champaign District Student Council convention at MacArthur High School in Decatur. They also participated in the Okaw Student Council ex- change program. Throughout the year, the Council made a con- scious effort to improve relations between the student and faculty. Many improvements have already been made, but the Council is constant- ly working toward a better M. H. S. flffr-' STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: Steve Davis Presi dent, Terry Courson--Vice-President, Paula Valentine Secretary, Larry Dyson-Treasurer COUNCIL AD VISERS: Mr. Nation, Mrs. Corbett, Mr. Fisher Compliments of J. F. Allman, M. D. -qv- X ,..v-v--.,...f- 'I ' Lihrar Worleers """lxX- if 5,9 lm gy' A - 'Wt lx S. STUDENT LIBRARIANS: Cfirst row? JoAnn Clark, Pat Stoner, Pat Wood, Karen Danison, Margaret White, Kathleen Henebry, Norma Thomas, irow 29 Sheila Hickman, Sharon McConnell, Mary Woods, Susan Platz, Patsy Cruse, Mary Auth CLERICAL HELPERS: Cseatedl Alice Hicks Cstandingb Mary Arms- worth if fu, fa, :fvVow7',.f1 f 'D J. , .,,, wi- 1. K mfg . fi 3 'i 32114 ,, .:,.. f C 'i MAGAZINE ASSISTANTS: fseatedb Teresa Thomas, Jennie Rice, Jane Hogan Cstand- ingb Judy Crawford, Cynthia Weddle, Mar- garet White, Janet Mulvaney x L r LIBRARY DISPLAY WORKERS: Larry Vance, Cabsent from pictureb Linda Burgin nnual tag - tum iff--'S I : lll 'mini A' ' l ll I TT El ll I I fj,?W, gf. n u un u P an me s l ll ll A. I n ll u - ff: an n l ll ll F5535 , ,ii ' I ll I f wr: rm P I ll ll Iii ' --:fel 1 I "' I no VF N' -' l ll ll Eg4, :g.30.4 in no K ,rl V -is CO-EDITOR: Martha O'Dellg LAY-OUT EDI- TOR: Suzanne Rice: CO-EDITOR: Nancy Gas- kill C, V A , 4. , -Q S M y . ,...x 5- ' 521941 . A PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: fstandingb Bill Kirkland. Alice Hicks, Pam Brighton, Jim McIntosh, Vicki Stone, Buzz Sievers Cseatedj John Bahnke, Rosemary Colvin-Co-Editors ART STAFF: Phil Ahlrich, Linda Burgin, CabsentJ-Co-Edit- ors Qstandingl Myrna Eades, Cathy Remmers, Greg Baker, Larry Vance fseatedl Louis Mooney, Joanne Belcher 48 I a ,, ,5V,,...,,N,4 .: ,fl D COPY STAFF: Cstandingj Romana Olson, Penny Clodfelter-Co-Editors Cseatedb Cynthia Landis, Terry Courson, Stephanie Stutzman hi, wt . , M I lx , . CLASS EDITORS: Senior-Judy McClellan, Junior-Jo Dean Culbert, Sophomore-Patty Sarver, Freshman-Marcia Remmers If ,.... TYPING STAFF: Mary Armsworth, Pa' Stoner, Bonnie Cury-Editor ., X, Af 'ii' mx 'QV 1 +V 5 x Q, ? 1 -J. fa, ,vp W' , 5 ,J A- ar 'args ., . W i V F, ff-.sf-,M 3152, b ... f'.f,:.:3. l ."K Q, N . 4 N + eye -H .Zl'.I,f 'H b f fnQ..MU,,fv , f-rm.: - ffiewszaas ,,,... - . t .gi -V - ' 4,-inn , ff --- A I ,. -- N:-assign: we IT' '-as Nbb- ..34g3"'?,,1s5 2 S. :SZ 131f5V"12f"4 -ff ass". ' 2 .. lf, fp: -:. a.,.,i,i-1,4 -IL.: gf '- 1- - l'?f":"1"'5l-:,. " -4' '- A... 'ffa 411. .r-:sw 1 f:.- J Q-sf-..-F X5-ax. 2, M v,M.,f'. . J' SPORTS EDITORS: Dick BUSINESS STAFF: Janett Trimble, Terry James - Business Fox, Max Heacock Managers Bob Mazzei, Jim Kratz, Linda Szalkowski, Kath- leen Henebry, Helen Ducey, Lynn Remmers Sage Talle taii M be-X fi 'Q 459' L X, fi' -v .Q lstandingl Judy McClellan, Penny Clodfelter-Co-Editors Cfirst rowb Terry James, Kathleen Henebry-Office Editors Nancy Gaskill, Martha O'Del1 Crow 29 Linda Burns, Helen Ducey, Patty Sarver, Judy Crawford, Debbie Piatt Crow 37 Alfred Harms, Tom Walker, Cynthia Burgin, Donna Slevin, Camilla Knapp, Debbie Rhodes irow 43 Max Heacock, Jack Slevin, Jim Burgess, Kakie Woods, Terry Courson, Linda Hutson, Dick Fox oncert tFront rowl C. Gowler, M. O'Dell, T. James, M. Eades, L. Robson, J. Schwartz, N. Alexander, M. Sturmon tRow 27 M. Harms, K. Henebry, G. Sievers, C. Mandrell, J. Stone, D. Fisher, P. Stiverson, L. Zindars, L. Stratman, S. Platz, B. Green, C. Ochs, B. Green CROW 33 S. Davis, D. Shonkwiler, S. Wood, T. McGraw, B. Foley, C. Vezina, S. Followell, P. Stoner, K. Nibling, J. Mclntosh, S. Riley, D. Carroll, L. Blythe, P. Heidkamp, D. Keller, S. Gowler tRow 45 K. Buchanan, C. Young, B. Heacock, C. Buckingham, M. Marx, S. Kallembach, J. Merriman, R. Dyson, J. Burgess, P. Freidinger, D. Anderson, J. Gaskill nzsagvgreir :lr H.rfW'r""" P ll 1 ' ,..., ' 3.14. -- A - 5 ' "fa" , wnmr' ' 'S' " ' ' 3 . ., .. . :-A V M, ., ' A A 3 ,A F h , ,- ,,....,:..1-,.,,T,,-:,-,-F,,e.t,..z--7f7,-f- W. ' f. , -A . 5 - - n . '. y - .'f.wA...,, .V - , M 'I K Y L p Al -V . Q-R., sf -'35, ie' V 7 , rm.. .. - . K F x I I , 1 X Me T 1 ' . ' ' iv - .. ,V Y. .- ., Ll' i , E ' ' - lil., VK A x' K 1. lv 'fy . ,, ' n 1.921-:gl-. . -. A .' ,Q I :ri ' L V :. - Y.. - . j?j.L,'. ,- .- - . - ' . . 1 "-Pi' H 'V lg-H , .-n "' QW ' i jim -L A mr v I .1 .. Y . , f VP 1 f1 , g 1 Q, -.51 rr 4 v 'p 1 A 1' A .T Y . 1 .. J w ' . K. 'Mi . ' xg' Q A W 1,.??wy:,.vi A -A A 1 . Q -uf . I . If v I . K V . ,- 4 0.13, rgunfgqwgi A ,. .A-' A ' ,if . 1 n ' 'f Q gg, rt-31. , a 2.,-f1':3?'5v,:,bx,f?,,5E ' Vg, V , 2. gsm? A f- 5 A - 1 we 1 ' 'A ta. P - .4 'gg . . ' 5.1. , ' 1, , Eli if 1214 7'Tf3-'- ' fi. 3'-.Q ' - -s '-. ' ' A M' N ' , - .-. I , A , W, . A ,L A K QQ. ' . AM... ., . 1-51: if: ' ff ' ' V - w r ' - , We lf' -W , ,. ..i:lfw' 1-f!1'.'f-.!iGiiYK!45f'23f'w'i.. The marching band, consisting of 96 members, performed at all three home football games and the homecoming parade. After long, hard practice, including many step-two's, 90-degree pivots, knee lifts, and other steps, the band performed precision routines, formations, and playing features. An assistant drum maJor was chosen-Phil Knox-who will take over for Steve Davis next year. The annual stage show, presented on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, 1964, "A Night on Broadway," included many songs and routines from Broadway shows. Two of the main attractions were "Charade" and "Pink Pan- ther." The stage band, consisting of 23 members, backed the entire show. On March 30, the band presented a Spring Concert. This concert was a success and encouraged the band to continue practice for contest. April 10, the day of the contest, the band packed its horns and head- ed for Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois. The selections played were "British Eighth" by Elliott, "Pageant" by Persichetti, and "First Suite in E Flat" by Holst. All four judges rated the band "super- ior", In the solo and ensemble contest, eight solos and four ensembles were awarded superior ratings, and four solos and six ensembles were awarded excellent ratings. The stage band presented its fourth jazz concert, May 13, 1965. A new feature was the incorporating of Wood Wind instruments in one of the numbers. The band played "Pomp and Circumstancen for both Baccalaureate and Commencement exercises. As the feature number at graduation, the band played "Exodus" by Gold. Richard O'Dell. Agency Manager, County Insurance Companies Band fFront rowl D. Quinlan, J. Downey, S. Galt, P. Stanley, N. Fisher, M. Knapp, D. Blacker, N. Gaskill KROW 27 S. Platz, M. Kratz, H. Ducey, S. Woods, D. Doss, L. Long, L. Doss, L. Holbrook, C. Stanley, J. Scott, D. Hendrix, G. Denton QROW 33 S. Hickman, J. Clodfelter, R. Zyskowski, P. Brighton, D. Alexander, D. Pennell, E. Clark, R. Walters, E. Clodfelter, M. Barnhart, C. Nolan, D. Anderson, M. Sievers, M. Hawkins, S. Wheeler, M. Young iRow 47 H. Finson, B. Varner, T. Young, D. Hodson, L. Coon, S. Long, Mr. Kerche- val-Director, M. Moore, A. Johnson, P. Knox, W. Stiverson, B. Gardner, R. McCumber, B. Kirkland, E. Foley, T. Walker, A. Harms X BAND OFFICERS: Ron Zyskowski-Student Direct- or, Mike Young-Treasurer, Peg Heidkamp-Secre- tary, Jim Merriman-President MAJORETTES: lFront rowl Jane Stone, Linda Blythe, Kathleen Buchanan-Head majorette, Terry James DRUM MAJORS: fRow 23 Phil Knox-Assistant drum major, Steve Davis-Head drum major Pun Q Cl on . J-L' CFront rowb R. Williams, G. Madden, L. Hutson, R. Colvin, J. Belcher, N. Wood, S. Moore, R Howard Crow 23 J. Darsham, M. Sturrnon, C. Cody, D. Ellis, B. Curry, K, Hardwick, Y. Henton C. Wattles, J. Dighton Crow 33 L. Kelley, C. Henson, M. Henson, S. Greenarch, L. Holbrook, M Magasmen, D. Yockey, D. Perry, D. Piatt, A. Meece, J. Walden, M. Young, C. Kelley Crow 55 L Long, L. Mullvain, J. Wood, J. McClellan, M. Remmers, T. Long, B. Gardner, M. O'Conner, L Guldberg, B. Varner Madriga S il I CF'ront rowl J. Stone, J. Belcher, S. Gowler, J. Scott, L. Hutson, M. Sturmon, S. Followell, R. Colvin Crow 2? C. Cody, J. Culbert, S. Kallembach, C. Wattles, J. Reed, R. Howard, S. Stutz- man, R. Hardwick, B. Curry Crow 35 M. White, B. Heacock, C. Knapp, T. Meece, D. Yockey, D. Perry, J. Conner, M. O'Dell, M. Harms, J. Gibson Crow 45 B. Green, P. Brighton, M. Haw- kins, M. Young, C. Kelly, A. Harms, J. Walden, D. Piatt, C. Remmers Crow 57 L, Remmers, S. Gale, M. Redshaw, A. Kueterneyer, B. Varner, A. Crawford, B. Gardner, J. Clodfelter, D. Fisher, M. Remmers Compliments of Oehrnke's IGA CLUIUS 'L' v . Ov 1 - V W " an . FET'- Mr. Bachman, directorg Marcia Harms, accompanist CFront rowh J. Kelly, J. Scott, S. Benson, T. Hogan, C. Limage, S. Followell, J. Stone CRow 27 J. Conner, J. Reed, S. Humphreys, M. White, S. Kallembach, V. Stone, J. Culbert, G. Ward, Miss Menarchg Student Teacher, CRow 39 S. Stoerger, T. Meece, B. Heacock, P. Clodfelter, S. Stutzman, D. Baker, C. Weddle, L. Stratman, CRow 49 J. Clodfelter, A. Harms, M. Hawkins, K. Henebry, C. Remmers, P. Brighton, B. Green, C. Knapp, CRow 53 A. Crawford, A. Kuetemeyer, M. Redshaw, D. Fisher, S. Galt, D. Wolfe, K. Nolan, L. Remmers l K l ff 1 .m This year the Monticello High School chorus, under the direction of Mr. George Bachman, presented two concerts and attended the State contest. Through its presentations it achieved the respect and recognition of the school and community. The Christmas program was introduced by the choir with "Fanfare for Christmas Day", this set the precedent for the fine music to follow. The highlight of the program was the pre- sentation of Benjamin Britten's "Deo Gracias" and "Wolcum Yo1e." both of which were well ex- ecuted by the chorus. The Madrigals also presented a short program of favorite caroles. The joy of Christmas was spread to young and old by the Madrigals. They sang familiar caroles to the schools in the Monticello Unit and the nursing homes. As the time for the Spring Concert neared, people waited anxiously to hear what new arrange- ments the chorus had undertaken. They were not to be disappointed, for the chorus presented the opera "Carmen" by Bizet and the "Requiem" by Gabriel Faure. The chorus, Madrigals, solos, and ensembles traveled to Millikin this year to attend the contest. To close its successful year, the chorus and Madrigals presented music at our gradua- tion exercises. izage izormers cn Qt A 1 2 fa Q j ...af 4 W Q P K' ' R Colvin J Rice C Conrad Mr Mathis-advisor, S. Woods, K. Brady, fFront row5 . inzie, . , . , . , . J. Schwartz, T. James fRow 25 M. Eades, S. Benson, G. Ward, V. Stone, J. Reed, K. Hardwick, P. Stanley, A. Hicks, K. Danison iRow 35 P. Stiverson, D. Buchanan, P. McKinley, M. Armsworth, T. Hill, J. Giesler, J. Downey, M. Kratz, M. White lRow 45 T. Thomas, P. Wood, L. Blythe, A. Johnson, S. McCartney, M. O'Dell, S. McConnell, C. Landis, S. Kallembach CROW 55 L. Remmers, ' ' ' . T ' ble C. Burgin P. Heidkamp, D. Fisher, J. Brown, H. Finson, L. Coon, H. Ducey, J rim , in fix rj, is Ati. 35 r P -1 fFront row5 M. Rosetto, D. Williams, B. Curry, D. Rhoades, J. Culbert, P. Sarver, S. Williams J. Belcher lRow 25 C. Morfey, D. Baker, C. Deremiah, M. Allman, M. Harms, S. Stutzrnan, D Carroll P Hopper fRow 35 J. Gibson, M. Woods, C. Knapp, R. Walters, T. Courson, N. Riebling R L. Mullvain, J Clodfelter, S. Danison P. Clodfelter, M. Knapp fRow 45 S. Platz, C. emmers, . . N. Gaskill C. Wood, J. Mulvaney iRow -55 D. Doss, L. Szalkowski, J. Fortner, R. McGuire, F Weddle, Bt Varner, J. McClellan, D. Slevin, K. Henebry -1 .1 I Thespians we 'W CFront row3 John Reed-President, Mrs. Swanstrom-Adviser, Terry Courson - Vice-President CROW 23 Camilla Knapp, Cynthia Landis-Scribe, Suzanne Rice-Secretary CROW 33 Rick Mc- Guire, Hugh Finson-Treasurer, Bruce Varner ' W"Wak X , 4 , f We Il 1 M323 y ' L 7, W A W.. 3 fr C ' 1 2' 2 1 h 2 5 L 2 C ,,,,l 2 i,Q m Q Q Q 4 , if U W W f my , t , . , It 51 M C ' ,P , f ' New Members CFront row3 Rosemary Colvin, Myrna Eades, Jodie Culbert CROW 23 Margaret White, Martha O'De11, Sharon McConnell CROW 33 Lynn Remmers, Penny Clodfelter CROW 43 Jim Kratz, Rick Denton Sponsored by the Thespians G. A. A. 'IK l.! I CFront rowl D. Williams, J. Belcher, K. Brady, S. Woods, C. Oliver, S. Williams, J. Stone, J. Rice, L. Hutson, P. Valentine Crow 25 M. Willis, T. Hogan, P. Stanley, J. Downey, J. Kinzel, D. Fuller, K. Hardwick, G. Ward, P. Sarver, M. Scholer Crow 37 L. Plummer, M. White, P. Hopper, L. Strat- man, K. Nibling, J. Kinzel, S. Kinzel, J. Stiverson, P. Stiverson, V. Stone, S. Humphreys Crow 49 M. Harms K. Osmond, J. Gibson, V. Wolfe, C. Wood, S. Platz, N. Riebling, P. Clodfelter, L. Wright, P. Cruse, M. Knapp, M. Allman Crow 55 P. Stoner, L. Blythe, P. Brighton, B. Burke, D. Doss, L. Taylor, C. Hays, L. Mullvain, A. Meece, D. Piatt, N. Alexander Crow 63 K. Bahnke, K. Henebry, J. Trimble, .Ig lvtsllcglellan, J. Fortner, V. Hostler, L. Zindars, D. Blacker, A. Johnson, B. Munster, S. Hickman, . o e a 9299 'I .ll CFront rowl P. Kinzie, D. Quinlan, C. Conrad, S. Followell, M. Eades, C. Limauge, L. Husinga, J. Schwartz, T. James Crow 23 K. Danison, S. Benson, D. Ellis, S. Burr, D. Oates, M. Kratz, D. Shonk- wiler, S. Dallas, C. Cody, M. Sturmon, D. Alexander Crow 33 M. Magsamen, M. Henson, P. McKinley, G. Sievers, D. Baker, L. Robison, L. Kelley, M. Barnhart, K. McConkey, S. Riley, L. Holbrook Crow 43 C. Deremiah, B. Green, M. Armsworth, K. Summers, C. Morfey, K. Woods, C. Knapp, C. Mandrell, J. Schneider, C. Remmers, J. Giesler, B. Heacock Crow 55 B. Mulvaney, C. Ochs, L. Burns, S. Mc- Connell, N. Gaskill, C. Hill, J. Crawford, M. O'Dell, B. Green, S. Platz, S. Gale Crow.6J L. Szalko- wski, C. Burgin, D. Slevin, H. Ducey, S. Galt, D. Fisher, M. Marx, M. Remmers, M. Sims, L. Rem- mers, J. Woods, N. Perry o Q 1 X. .. Rl if Q In . ,pw V .JV s. 'T' .NAU W if 1- ' 9' s "' Q QI ,F -- 8 H, ,,.-. v' fi X y"'s:+"'f -' ' x ,i K , :w V U I? I 7 , V . 3. " i HL 5 ,f a 12 , -. f gi" he 'eye' 'il , X, Y: ' ' , W' 1 rif f? t Ave BOWLING CHAMPS: D e b b i e Baker and Debby Doss 5 Q we 4 f , v 4, BASKETBALL CHAMPS: lFront row! Darlene Carroll, Martha OlDell Sandra 'Wood, Becky Heacock KROW 21 Arloa Johnson, Nancy Gaskill Mary Sims, Nelda Alexander ff. fl A ' r ,'-, . iff it 'W fi ' Q i i. -52: -fi, if A W 53 fm I in 4? is -V eq X I 3 Q V. , 4 NWN, 6 , 54? ., L ,1. ,p-, F37 ,W 77.1 '. ,M , , , 5 G , :A ,, . . ,,, .S te ffi ' W e P 5 , G.A.A. OFFICERS: fFront rowp Darlene Q ,bf Carroll-President, Peggy Heidkamp - Vice- 5' President QROW 27 Suzzee Kallembach-Treas- L H urer, Carol Schneider -Corresponding Secre- h INTRAMURAL TENNIS tary CROW 33 Bonnie Curry-Reporting Secre- Terry James DTHCUCCS for CHAMPS: Jon Conner and tary, Sandra Wood-Publicity Secretary tennis tournament- Carol Schneider 1 1 2 1 2 Q 2 4 2 1 Time is taken for a jump ball. AL SWIMMING CHAMPS: fFront rowj Sandra Wood, Melinda Kratz, Becky Heacock QROW 27 Margaret Allman, Martha O'Dell Mary Sims plunges Sponsored by the G.A.A. through the defense' 57 G' P. F. A. CFront row7 T. Dalton-Assistant Treasurer, B. Kirkland -Treasurer, H. Duvall-Vice Presi- dent, E. Foley-President, L. Coon-Secretary, R. Dick - Sentinel, Mr. Buhrmester - Adviser frow 27 T. Somer, R. Deremiah, D. Metzger, M. McPheeters frow 37 M. Sievers, J. Grant, J. Menacher, T. Burke, F. Trichler, C. McCartney Crow 47 G. Hayes, T. Rogers, C. Perry Crow 57 J. Brown, J. Muse, K. Moore, M. Sumner, M. Crawford, D. Perry CFront row7 N. Thomas-Public Relations, C. Morfey and K. Danison-Recreation Chairman, J. Crawford-Degree Chairman, C. Deremiah-Secretary, L. Wright-President, K. Remmers- First Vice-president, M. Kelley-Treasurer, P. Robinson-Projects Chairman, P. Wood- Historian P. Stoner - Parliamentarian frow 27 G. Madden, D. Williams, N. Wood, S. Burr, B. Wisehart Mrs. Schroth adviser M. Willis, S. Dallas, J. Darsham, R. Hosler, K. Hosler. trow 37 C., Stickrod, M.'Scholer,, S. Benson, P. Tarter, D. Oates, L. Plummer, K. Hard- wick, J. Stiverson, P. Whitney, A. Hicks, A. Hammerschmidt trow 47 L. G-ra nt, M. Hen- son, N. Wheeler, C. Cody, S. Kallembach, D. Dallas, S. Greenarch, S. Riley, K. McConkey, B. Dalton, M. Magsamen, T. Thomas Crow 57 J. Mulvaney, M. Auth, B. Burke, L. Burns, S. Wolfe, C. Hays, J. Schneider, P. Cruse, C. Wood, S. Gale, C. Schneider, Weddle frow 67 C. Hill, K. Bahnke, B. Munster, J. McClellan, D. Wolfe, V. Hostler, L. Zmdars, D. Blacker, A. Johnson, M. Sims, N. Perry, L. Taylor , C,- CCIICEIACI' - WSW- n 5 .W X-4 Q I",-4:..'IYf' ' A-sw CBCGIIH Conrad - Paula Stanley, Susan Woods, -Head Cheerleader, Camlua Knapp' VARSITY: Karen Osmond wa: M e Colleen Stanley, Carol Young' Betty Green f W' 4flw 51" 4 ' Q -L'-Qf-:ff 4, wr .4-+12 3 ,Q ffewffiew 1 " X ffl .V , ' ' f , f Q I I -"' f I if 5 1 Y , Y , f ,W , If I, , , f f ' , X 1 f If ,, 7., V fn 'I . H "'CWqfQ4 I .ww f 25 yy My ,, ,fn 7 lffw? fr WWW Wim? ff f ff' W1 if f f f f 4 Q f X ff! f fff V1 Www" - ' f ff .gfwkfwmw ZZZAM 1 M f ,Q f X? . F , , ' warm r Wzwmwwwmwfff 94 Ag . ., f f, . . , -ew J MWW07: . M 4., . 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Eades, B. Curry, D. Shonkwiler, L. Kelley, D. Fuller, J. Slevin, B. Sievers, B. Campbell, K. Gale, G. Bealor, L. Holbrook, M. Magsamen, M. Barn- hart, Vezina, S. Riley CROW 43 J. Kinzel, C. Mandrell, P. McKinley, C. Landis, S. Allen, T. Hayes, T. Wright, D. Perry, D. Strater, B. Shiffer, S. Hettinger, N. Riebling, M. Woods, G. Sievers, B. Mul- vaney CROW 53 K. Osmond, L. Long, L. Blythe, S. Platz, R. McCumber, J. Muse, C. Perry, J. Kratz, M. Vaughn, B. Summers, L. Remmers, D. Piatt, K. Henebry, C. Ochs, J. Giesler CROW 63 D. Slevin, J. Wood, K. Nolan, S. Galt, J. Walden, J. Anderson, B. Varner, D. Kelley, M. Sumner, R. Zyskowski, M. Redshaw, M. Marx, M. Remmers, S. Hickman, L. Burns UH CFront row3 R. Hosler, K. Hosler, J. Stone, D. Mazzei, J. Reed, T. Rhoades, D. Walters, D. Anderson, C. Conrad, J. Belcher, L. Huisinga CRow 23 L. Plummer, P. Sarver, K. McConkey, M. Willis, D. Pennell, C. Buckley, D. Fox, L. Bensyl, B. Shiffer, B. Tredway, T. Meese, S. Greenarch, B. Dalton, M. Scholer, J. Hogan, S. Followell CRow 33 G. Ward, P. Stiverson, S. Stutzman, S. Kinzel, S. Dani- son, B. Gadbury, J. Hayes, J. Warner, C. Stratman, D. Gale, L. Wright, D. McKee, J. Culbert, V. Stone CRow 43 K. Nibling, L. Robson, M. Knapp, K. Dixon, M. Moore, L. Dyson, S. Harper, J. Merriman, J. Clodfelter, D. Keller, B. Green, J. Mulvaney, J. Kinzel CROW 53 P. Cruse, P. Wood, D. Doss, P. Brighton, L. Coon, M. Hayes, R. Parsons, M. Helton, B. Gardner, B. Chumbley, A. Johnson, B. Green, A. Meece, K. Remmers CROW 63 L. Szalkowski, P. Zindars, J. Fortner, M. Harris, R. McGuire, M. Sheldon, T. Strater, D. Piatt, J. Willis, M. Heacock, D. Fisher, H. Ducey, J. McClellan Pep Q '1 ca. cz. an it '43 0 'W 5 S I '. . . PM f iv 313 1 .3 . . 1 li Ng i . W 'P l 'ff KF, l . Zv ligxlzw: Y V 3 ' nf' L 'Sami-r . T X1 l z -Lf' 'U CFront rowl T. James, J. Schwartz, J. Rice, D. Eubanks, J. Dighton, C. Wattles, R. Howard, B. Glasgow, N. Wood, D. Quinlan, P. Kinzie fRow 27 M. White, P. Stanley, S. Wood, J. Downey, J. Mitchell, L. Bealor, E. Clodfelter, G. Hayes, J. Connor, D. Stirrett, D. Baker, P. Hopper, M. Kratz, S. Kallembach fRow 37 B. Heacock, M. Harms, S. Platz, J. Anderson, S. McCartney, D. Hammerschmidt, T. Rodgers, E. Cody, S. Stoerger, J. Slevin, C. Knapp, D. Rhoades, L. Stratman CROW 45 M. Armsworth, C. Wood, J. Gibson, R. Vance, S. Long, M. Dyson, J. Robison, A. Harms, C. Kelley, J. Gaskill, C. Buckingham, M. Allman, C. Schneider, D. Carroll fRow 53 C. Weddle S. Gale, N. Alexander, R. Barnhart, J. Burgess, J. Stiverson, S. Davis. A. Crawford, A. Kuetel meyer, T. Lange, N. Gaskill, M. O'Dell, N. Thomas fRow 67 L. Mullvain, C. Hays, J. Trimble, P. Ahlrich, W. Stiverson, K. Moore, L. Mulvaney, D. Kamm, D. Sumner, G. Baker, L. Baker, L. Zindars, D. Blacker, K. Bahnke f N as QQ V PEP CLUB OFFICERS: Debbie Alexander- Freshman Secretary, Paul Freidinger-Sopho- i more Secretary, Penny Clodfelter-President, Mr. Gregory-Pep Club Advisor, Peg Heid- kamp-Junior Secretary, Terry Courson-Senior Secretary ff if ,Q 2. P. T. A. F77 ff P- C3 - . ' t W -1 vii' T Z5 'ni 'V "-fwy'f': R . vi ff .Ji T if Q4 ' . , tFront row? Mr. Nation-Adviser, P. Clodfelter-Historian, L. Szalkowski-Treasurer, M. Harms-Vice- President, B. Curry-President, B. Green-Secretary, L. Remmers-Parliamentarian, Mr. Fisher-Adviser tRow 23 P. Kinzie, P. Valentine, L. Huisinga, S. Woods, P. Stanley, P. Sarver, C. Gowler, M. Eades, C. Conrad, S. Followell, J. Stone tRow 39 J. Hogan, L. Kelley, M. White, L. Robson, T. Meece, D. Combes, T. Young, L. Stratman, J. Downey, M. Kratz, L. Doss tRow 47 S. Riley, L. Holbrook, D. Baker, B. Heacock, S. Platz, B. Sievers, D. Perry, M. Anderson, G. Sievers, N. Nibling, S. Stutzman, C. Landis tRow 59 C. Knapp, L. Long, J. Clark, R. Stephens, H. Munster, M. Dyson, C. Kelley, J. Walden, B. Green, L. Mullvain, K. Osmond tRow 63 S. Hickman, D. Wolfe, H. Ducey, B. Chumbley, J. Stiverson, E. Foley, B. Varner, J. Robison, D. Fisher, K. Nolan, M. Sims r'i p L The Future Teachers of America is a new addition to the organizations at Monticello High School. The Monticello Chapter is named after one of our teach- ers, Mr. James K. Felts. The purpose of the club is to acquaint the members with teaching as a pro- fession. The club has 57 charter members. Thirteen F.T.A. members attended the District F.T.A. Convention in Bismarck, Illinois, and the chapter was represented at the State F.T.A. Con- vention held in Decatur. On May 10, 1965, the Mon- ticello Educational Association was the guest at a play "Two Million Heroes," presented by the F.T.A. members. Local teachers were also guests at the installation of charter members. The advisers this year were Mr. John Nation and Mr. Glenn Fisher, guidance counsellors at Monti- cello High. r s l al . N win . MN NN msg pP0I'JE' N 5 W, , R .wx in W Sf Y , Qu A sound Mind in a sound body is a short but full descripi ion of a happy State in this world." --Locke ,, X X xx .ww E K I ' ,, N .,,, - 15.1. W , , A I ? gg, ,, Q, , , f Q 1 .V It Z fy, If if 5 , 7 ,Q ' Wi , 1, . 44 5 ,V af: ' . .Nj V f f ,, .ff ' 5 , ' 9 ' W'-'M' Football fi .A f- f- r f f c f? fs' G7 - x' K F - is I' Y.kl'T 'Aw N, Xl, . X Xiriz 7 Dis. '51 .2-....1e,,,s..:... -- fu- 11 .el-rr -,Eff . . ' l A K by 1' , - 9 K, -.5 xy " :Q Q .Q K' r' 2 R .,- 5 'Q I ' . gf.. M U' pf- .-f 4 .1 f iff Q - I I . . , . i L x B f Q 12x25 sf. 'vii-2? H -3 T1 " A - S- ' gill A . . ...Q w. . 0 A" .r .J ' . i hi U J Qi l i. N Inwfk vhzfxgu .li ,,-v .vii 5 I. 4 Q f A "jf 'ff A555 i!T'W" Q. A . J .,f Z 'fii P. 'K Mr if gf. Q. V ' M . i"M'f2J23..,..".'QWma"-xref'WW- .M -TA . Y 1... -nw-. WA fFront row! B. Eshelman-manager, T. Rhoades, K. Phillips, B. Tredway, J. Warner, D. Fox, J. Anderson, R. Hayford, L. Bealor, G. Hayes-manager KROW 27 B. Sievers-manager, D. Combes, S. McCartney, J. Walden, J. Clodfelter, S. Harper, R. Parsons, J. Merriman, L. Coon, D. Perry, S. Boyer, Coach Gadbury CROW 39 J. Willis, L. Dyson, M. Heacock, D. Piatt, K. Moore, M. Sheldon, G. Baker, D. Sumner, L. Baker, M. Harris, J. Stiverson, J. Robison, R. Barnhart f- Q' 1? F S5 P E z 'T 5' .: ff' , ?35fsS'3n2fe'5f . 3- lg' if--M, it YI A L 1 I .1 ig: r'H'3fE3?53lgi.5 ff A P 'E' 9 ff S' - .A-. . A .H ,y .4-.-f--...f 3'-7' f i. . ' N - J hui F 'J 3 V W K . iamlwnd 1 i r si 7 Q. 1 -' Lil- f"1.fi fFront row! R. Howard, J. Dighton, E. Clodfelter, T. Meece, D. Pennell, J. Connor, C. Wattles, D. Eubanks fRow 23 B. Gadbury, D. Gale, S. Stoerger, ory, E. Mundt, C. Stratman, R. Vance Coach Greg- fRow 33 J. Gaskill, S. Long, M. Hayes, W. Stiverson, B. Gardner, K. Dixon, M. Moore, C. Buckingham 64 .rf . 'yi vFwlL5i?u fFront row? D. Hammerschmidt, S. Hettinger, K. Gale, T. Hayes, B. Shiffer, T. Walker, S. Moore fR0w 23 Coach Parilac, J. Muse, T. Wright, D. Strater, L. Rog- ers, P. Colgan, Coach Klein fRow 37 M. Redshaw, A. Harms, J. Burgess, T. Strater, M. Sumner, A. Kuete- meyer, A. Crawford, C. Perry .9 l 2511 7 A A Q' A M as , f' I ,rw .1 'Q f Z4 6 4 l Q , HALFBACKS: Jim Mitchell, Jim Merriman, Bob Tredway, " my y Y ., A 5 ,,,g.,,,,, ,..,.b5 Dick Fox, Gary Bealor, Tom Rhoades FULLBACKS: Ken Phillips, Joe Walden, Larry Coon -A 'M I ' T' fr.. W L .F ' I A V- ,- ' . - . iff 1' , J ' err ' 6' n k- L 1 . f f..r., fum,,44gA .3 , ' Q ' NX Q X 1 A rwk A A Af, X3 I ,f ik fs ' g 79,3 ' Q .. . , . ..:.-w .wi . 4 ,,. :J ,:iam.sa.,. ,... ..- -5" -Y 'L ,imma -H-- . r X -5 , ,T , fl' vi, X GUARDS: Jim Anderson, Jim Robison, Ron Hay- Fi Q A KJ ' V 1 , ford, Jeff Clodfelter, Ron Barnhart, Max Heacock f ij vu QM ii A ,X ,W 5, as ' A A gy N ,fn- TACKLES: Steve McCartney, Jim Warner, Ken Moore, Mike Harris, Jim Willis, Dan Perry ,R G I , ,Q J- . .. ,, J ' ' i . ff WWW' H ' Q fi 'J 2, ll J J J E r 5 N Q 4 ,. " ,N Q ff , I 4 f A , L.. W MQWZ W , f 'B Q Q .aw wi A www' - l U . ff.:v25f1, ' ii llielhfflfi 1 .V il i I , 1 - iff, ' ,W ', 'A 347 E ' gif ' , 1 , rg J J 5 12' 'A y ' J 'ff X' 2 ' " ' . arg gm W -4 -'-'I'-" -' -f' ' u.. ' 5 v , . , ' rs 5 , -' i , ' I K g A . . ,, . , ,,,,, , , --'- .f , .f.,,'W, .fi agua-I 1: L ZM 'brqfiwa-3 -, X ,, V: we yi 27, y 54 , , rw -W, : ,WML-j,1,f4f1wm-, f f -. if f 1 ' 4 '. r rf ' "- - if f .f :ww ,V f 2-i,,..,,W4-1ag,..:.f4--:.,.g-.-4,:,:,,,.m , ,i, , ,,ff- I :' ., 4. U ,,..., ., 5... . f ,fm f, .1 , , .4., Q wg. f7if"?'.'-, ENDS: Ron Parsons, Sid Harper, Jerry Stiverson, Dick Sumner, Mark Sheldon QUARTERBACKS: Lou Baker, Dyke Piatt, Larry Bealor ' if 54 ..--Q 4 E - , , , , 4 ' L' aw. ,gf ' ff .:a..: iw F .wg f ' Vg . -. Mfr' M fa , 1, .1 f. J S-.Q , if ir -i ' ' gun" ' Vg, , V 1- .gg Y' -. '- -, ,,:::: ,- i f -, -r , vw- 4915 ,., A J ,A . 0.1 . A Q 1' .f , is i an 1 r ' , ' - ' v:'.'f,,1"'QfF'f1 253, E f H" 11 gm w -5 , R wil . ,V ,fy Y i WW , ,5- 'wf' vw' K , f '5 5 Q" ' "f - f " -F' , A K A Q A 4 Aj ' 1 M 2, , A- ,gym-,,. ' 2114, V CENTERS: David Combes, Greg Baker, Larry Dy- COACHES: Leg G 3 d b u r y, Marvin son Klein, Wally Gregory, Ed Parilac 65 xi' Ki- 2" '-,3J- - 1.31 ' Pootliall Banquet 49 L. iv Fifi : . 1 H . 6 +fJf' ff 55. .Qf lg.. , it VARSITY RECORD Monticello 0 ........... Normal Uni High 21 Monticello 6 . . . ........... Sullivan 14 Monticello 0 . . . .......... Adcola 12 Monticello 7 . . . .... Villa Grove 13 Monticello 20 . . . ...... Bement 13 Monticello 0 . . . ........ Tuscola 25 Monticello 13 ................. Cerro Gordo 0 Monticello 0 ....................... Unity 32 PASSING Player Attempts C'plete In'cepted Yds. Coon . . . ..... 1 1 0 5 Walden . . . . . . 1 0 1 0 Baker .... . . . 32 10 6 96 Bealor .......... 36 17 2 214 Piatt .........., 10 4 2 30 TACKLES AND ASSISTS Player T A Player T A Baker .... .... 5 0 38 Warner , , , , , , 12 20 Coon ..... ..., 3 5 23 Bealor .. . ... 12 14 Heacock ....... 30 22 Rhoades . . . . . 15 7 Walden . . . .... 28 24 Harper .... . . . 13 8 Stiverson ....... 20 9 Moore . . . . . 10 13 Barnhart ..... 18 9 Monticello Monticello Monticello Monticello Monticello Monticello Monticello RESERVE RECORD 32 ....................... Unity 6 13 . . . ...... Sullivan 0 0 . . . ......... Arcola 2 12 . .. ..,, Villa Grove 7 7 . .. ....... Bement 12 31 . . . ....... Tuscola 7 26 . . . . , , Cerro Gordo 0 VARSITY SEASON'S SCORING Player Coon .... .. Rhoades Walden Baker .... . . . Piatt ...... . . . Phillips ....................... TD EP Total 1 6 1 6 3 3 1 6 1 6 1 1 LEADING GROUND GAINERS Player Attempts Yards Ave. TD's Coon .......... 69 308 4.5 1 Rhoades ....... 40 153 3.8 1 Moore ......... 42 106 2.5 0 Merriman ..... 34 102 3.0 0 Walden .... . . .24 79 3.3 0 Fox ...... . . . 11 24 2.2 0 Baker .... . . .11 7 - 1 Bealor ... ... 15 3 - 0 Piatt ...... . . . 8 14 1.8 1 Phillips .... . . . 7 24 3.4 0 Tredway ... ... 2 15 7.5 0 Bealor ..... . . . 1 4 4.0 0 Stiverson ...... 0 0 0.0 3 Monticello Monticello Monticello Monticello Monticello Monticello FRESHMAN RECORD Unity 0 0 0 . . . ...... Sullivan 14 6 6 . . ......... Arcola 13 .. Cerro Gordo 0 19 ,, ,,,, Villa Grove 19 0 ,, Gibson City 21 n A mm- , , A F f Fw U f W , f f ' .ZA 3,1 ' ?1 . q 1 Z fx dx xg, Complimenis of Guck 49? G 4 1 JK, If 4 1 -2 'N Q 4 fS 23 x 1 1 ' a , ' , l r K! I li .1 Basieetiiaii U '7 xxyx .1 . C. N x Q NFIXZ- 1 Ax Y X' 1,424 'i N .N LJ 7 Q .wk " ' -as M ...af JV . fs' ., Q. ..,,.I:.hiiumu AW . VARSITY: CKneelingD T. Young-Manager, Coach Young, B. Glasgow- Manager fStandingJ J. Merri- man, B. Chumbley, J. Stiverson, L. Baker, D. Kelley. D. Sumner, S. Davis, R. Parsons SAGES' STATISTICS Field Goals Free Throws T'TL PLAYER SA SM PCT SA SM PCT PTS FLS Sages Baker ...208 94 .452 90 63 .700 251 90 S3865 Davis ...224 118 .527 109 82 .752 318 63 Sages Merriman 119 46 .387 43 26 .605 118 68 Sages Parsons 196 93 .474 46 29 .630 215 63 S2265 Sumner ..230 110 .478 140 102 .729 322 49 S3395 Chumbley 154 53 .344 78 57 .731 163 57 Sages Kelley ...174 70 .402 44 27 .614 167 35 Sages Stiverson 76 41 .539 31 18 .581 100 22 58865 Sages Sages Sages Sages Sages Sages JUNIOR VARSITY RECORD S8395 WON 19-LOST 3 Sages Sages Sages FRESHMAN RECORD Sages WON 12-LOST 3 Sag0S Sages Sages Sages Sages Sages Sages SAGES' RECORD - 1964-1965 WON 21 - LOST 6 67 Mansfield 42 Mahomet-Seymour 60 Arcola 48 Argenta 72 Cerro Gordo 74 Deland-Weldon 36 Unity 95 Newman 68 Atwood 94 Mansfield 69 Melvin-Sibley 51 Sullivan 60 Arthur 51 Villa Grove 62 Bement 72 Sullivan 45 Arcola 45 Unity 69 Sullivan 49 Urbana 80 Oakland 69 Tuscola 64 Gibson City 68 Atwood 72 St. Teresa 75 University High 32 Champaign Compliments of Merriman Service Christmas Tourney Christmas Tourney Christmas Tourney Christmas T'rny ilstl Okaw Tourney Okaw Tourney Okaw Tourney C3rdJ Regional Tourney 33 32 48 37 44 48 38 57 40 38 35 44 40 36 48 49 41 49 67 57 49 75 65 30 51 55 43 Regional Tourney ,sgf-x,eM. 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Q f R ff' ' ft 1' 2 Z ' f s . - 1 K ' 4 1 .f log Q r Q If H , 4,1 f 1 2 X 1 ' -, V' ' M X- I 1 , , i 1 " -4 fx j xt , V., XM V, -7 Q , W, Z If ? J N X 1' ge X 0 4 V mtg, .lj J I , f 1 7 -, ff ., ..., , 3, 1 .. ,A ,, ' f - 'ks 4" ' 'J ii 'M ' I 1 - f I L if 'Z-uw' V , E if A g V my I I- V V If If , gf kit ! J d -- In , f . .1 ' ' 'al , 4 - ' '- . ' " aww ' 3 if , V A , .4 ' " Kv I A mn , M . , , 1 We , ' 'gfff , ' FRESHMEN: CKneelingJ M. Moore, J. Gaskill, S. Long, K. Dixon, Martin, R. Szalkowski CStandingJ J. Conner, R. Vance, M. Nolan, T. J. Robinson Compliments of Rothway Chick Hatcheries, B. Gardner, W. Stiverson, Coach Meece, D. Pennell, C. Stratman, Inc. 1'E1CiQ VARSITY: fFront rowl R. Hayford, L. Bealor, J. Walden, J. Stiverson, B. Summers, J. Reed, J. Merriman, S. Harper, B. Tredway, D. Kamm lRow 21 D. Piatt, K. Bell, J. Mitchell, J. Robison, D. Perry, G. Baker, J. Clodfelter, D. Keller, D. Stir- rett, G. Bealor 1Row 39 B. Varner, T. Sarver, P. Colgan, M. Dyson, J. Benjamin, L. Mulvaney, P. Freidinger, A. Harms, D. Hammerschmidt, J. Warner KAW .P - 1' I FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE: fFront rowb A. Crawford, T. Sar ver, P. Colgan, D. Strater, P. Freidinger, A. Harms, D. Hammer Schmidt, M. Sumner, K. Gale, T. Walker CROW 21 R. Deremiah. J. Hanson, T. Meece, J. Slevin, D. Anderson, C. Stratman, S. Stoerger, M. Moore, D. Pennell, W. Stiverson CROW 35 C. Buck- ingham, E. Mundt, C. Brown, R. Brown, B. Gardner, K. Dixon B. Gadbury, R. Summers, E. Clodfelter, M. Hayes COACHES: Mr. Klein, Mr. Gadbury, Mr. Mills Xfv, .s. I N 'll N A 'J--s WU-3' ' ' , 1vL"", ' I :i'1'f7fF 5 , . ur-and' DECATHLON WINNERS: Jim Merriman-3rd place, Mike Dyson-2nd place, Dyke Piatt-lst place Compliments of Monticello Grain Company IHC 2 DUAL AND TRIANGULAR MEETS: k Won-4 Lost-3 5 if A f A 'L .F if' zz' H - HAYWORTH RELAYS: won V . - ,A PIATT COUNTY MEET: won Q2 MONTICELLO FRESH-SOPH MEET: won A OKAW VALLEY V f ., , FRESH-SOPH MEET: second place ,, 5' A f gf I J .,Z. VARSITY: fourth place K V O w L 1 Z TO STATE CONTEST: Dyke sm-ren A N A E A T? y ,. L- .,,,, A. ,1 1 V1..-' f -: -, ' ' .1 zzl Www 'L' ' , ,v i .q ,,L- I ,:.,: 1 'A A .L b e ' EMM VARSITY MILE RELAY: Linden Mulvaney, Larry Bealor, Dyke Stirrett, Jerry Stiverson-3 min. 5 sec., school record breakers , me 5:-A' MQ. 880 YARD RELAY: Terry Meece, Dennis Hammerschmidt, ged kSarver, Mike Sumner-1 min. 38.8 sec., school record rea ers -ve , Am :v, 'N A 4 N 1 A an nl ,ails if 5,4 H515 f-A-A-4r""' TWO MILER: Sid Harper-10 min. 54 sec., school record established vu K Q A E 2 in I ,Q Z, vp- S WM' f ffm v ' f A ,,A, A A , my ' f f ,, , A f ' Q Z , ' , ..... -f I .pwf ,ww U: ,M-. Lf, 1,-' fzwf W CONFERENCE CHAMPION MILER: Dyke Stirrett-4 min, 35 seC.g MILER-4 min. 28.5 sec., school record breaker .-f - ,Q ross ounlgr Tx ' f Q -:sa -e 1 cis AL... ' ..--131 a -Q- I , I- ii "pm Qfffifi-tim-, 'Gia 37? V, Q ,A Ex 1 v ' 1 B' D V A Q il' A. .3 .. ' MQ gy " uv l Q' 7 ez, :sv ' Lg, . 1 , - - H .' 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I -' f4.fi',?f,.f' "yi-'f'f,gy,2'..5, ' ff ,, agzq: 'f ' . ?"1- ': R' fx . f fw I , . -... . f ' '--- ' f . ' . 4 FOOTBALL SQUAD: iFront rowl Coach Gardner, F. Houser, J. Brown, H. Finson, D. Walters, S. Allen, J. McIntosh CRow 23 L. Guldberg, J. Hays, R. Somers, T. McGraw, G. Perkins, H. Munster, D. Yockey, R. McGuire , W-M... L X'Wf"' f 4,4...D-4 3 BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM: CFront row? M. Dyson, J. Anderson, D. Perry, G. Hayes, CRow 23 R. Stephens, M. Young, J. McIntosh raw, 5405 f W va... 1.3.9.1 5. kb'T5""--.. 'B , ' ' ff?-W-4, 4,0 , ,M AMW fr 'Wx I . .. BOWLING CHAMPS: CLeft to r1ghtJ M. Dyson, D. Yockey, Coach Gardner ports on D1 D. Kelley S Harper X-c,. i Md , . W ,I ". 1 ' f f:- fa ff Q fd, .3 I 31, . 2: im Y,, x , Q... ..x , "NIV, , .......- . . 4 ,, .- 1 T, Sarver G I L. Baker if 291 1.73 W J. Merriman --. 1.1 5,52 ' -if-'7!.j K. Osmond ml f 4 5 'Vw 1,1 Q .- F' i wtf ' 2 ' r 2, 2 ,.f1w.,,, , 6' A. Harms L. Bealor J. Merriman R. Parsons ,pt ,M x 4' ' 1 pe 1211 Event . - ' A ' 'ha-N. 'rw Q. 6 1 v lx 'Adi ' was 'fp '3 if if ff Wino: s an ,- ' . F f Q ' U N nv ,. A 'V 9141 B ff 'GRY' Z w X ,QV t 7 7' "Each young and t beautiful being shapes around it events that are themselves young, beautiful, and happy." Maeterlinck . J f an kj? Q gig EomeQ Q Q HOMECOMING BONFIRE "Low tonight in the lower 40's-and it was on October 1, 1964, at 8:30 P. M. Those who had run all the way in the snake dance were weary and cast envious glances at those who had come in cars. The excitement mounted as fire- crackers were exploded. Pep talks were given by the coaches, princi- pal, queen candidates and attendants. Of course, this year as every year, Mr. Felts gave his poem, "And It's My Night To Holler!- Whoopee!" and hollering we did led by the peppy cheerleaders. The cheerleaders had a nice chat with Sammy Sage, the team's mascot. Sammy revealed many secrets about certain students around M. H. S. After the Pep Club presented its skit, we all burst into the rousing strains of several songs. The bonfire ended with the school's "Loyalty" and everyone went home anxiously awaiting the Homecoming game of the following night. 'M v 2 L f i I ri X if The '61 Homecoming game held special significance since it was the first Homecoming game under the direction of Les Gadbury as head coach. The game was a well-fought battle between the Sages and the Arcola Purple Riders. The Riders scored twice in the first half, once on a 40 yard pass play and again on a 5 yard dive play. The Sages, toughening as the game progressed, came within good scoring distance several times in the second half but couldn't manage to push it across. The band, under the direction of Mr. Vance Kercheval, saluted the class- es of '34, '54, '59, and presented several precision drills. A new feature this year was the formation of the school shield during the salute to Monti- cello. Co-captains elected by the football squad were Mike Harris and Larry Coon. Larry was the leading ground gainer for the Sages. The Sages offense checked for only 106 yards on the ground and 60 yards in the air against a very good Arcola defense. Offensive starting line-ups for the Sages were the following: ends, Ron Parsons, and Sid Harperg tackles, Mike Harris and Jim Warnerg guards, Max Heacock and Ron Barnhartg center, Larry Dysong fullback, Ken Mooreg halfbacks, Larry Coon and Tom Rhoadesg and quarter back, Lou Baker. is '-an !"" 5 '7 C1-'W :: i i 1 6 0 X X ,I ll U ce tv F! CCD Although the day was cloudy, cold and windy, the street-corners and sidewalks were filled with Monticello supporters who were anxiously awaiting the 1964 Home- coming parade. A tinge of excitement ran swiftly through the crowd as the parade, led by the M. H. S. marching band, approached. The floats, decorated to the theme "Stone Age Sages", were most unique. Our Homecoming was probably the first time dinosaurs had ever walked down the streets of Monticello or the first time stone cars had been driven down them. The task of picking a winner was no small problem. However, the sophomores' gigantic pink spot- ted dinosaur proudly gobbled up the honor of first place. The egg that the juniors had hoped would hatch finally did on the day of the parade, and the baby dinosaur enabled the juniors to snatch second place in the class floats. The F. F. A. captured first place in the organi- zations with their gross purple dinosaur while the G. A. A. hammer won second place with a bang. -C""+ ,sf ifi"'1'7fZVi Hai '-. A LW Ji Al SOPHOMORE CLASS-First place ' A+ ' E 7' 'ft Fir' it , -li . :.J"'uix A' " F. - 'Wil-Y x1iQ:y,iiilxl'i-135' if FRESHMAN CLASS BAND 1 v L ' , q S: " ix, .rs lx f. W .4 ,lk ,W V U .Q .' :mv Y ,. V -A. , -f5f."'fr. --.F .ffgmi .. A .-quit' Q ,,. ,Q-X ...V I' 'I 'gd C '4 f 0 ,. Qu 'M 1 X ' I? if V 'v 1 if ' . ' ' A f 5 - 2 4 gp., ,iLi..'Zi, . 1 e- Jef, .rf .r,' Av a L' ,. in 3 W . ,.... - X X X Xia. YV . I + if-llilfxiik - JUNIOR CLASS-Second place 'Fl-q., QW SENIOR CLASS 'fs .- N- ,- ,A 'lk r f. .JAMA ' . Inf '1 P uf-if . Q I 2.-1 . A Q, L J ,pf ..,. Q - qi. 4 , ' ., , -eu R 4.5 ,, 'Wy' I., . " ' A .43 -Lfyirg. .1 iq" .. " F" ,- fwix if .ily wwf.: ' 'W . I 4 h - 33 -Ei, .. Y , , ' . ' 26.3, . .am " ' fx- . A . - . .- -1: M3 Z? I 'V Qs .1-H - N. .'rA,-A aw : ' 7' "fi 'gif' Y Q 3 .V P :ig--q-' if Q f , .. .fm A .wg ' -' ' , , . " . H HI ,nf . .. . . . L' 41 9 . u -iff I' fin -H. v- ' . ,L-' 3 .5 A A - . L. ,Q new , A+' xi- ' I W , : V- .iii A , U jf. 5 X X 1 fm.. b , Y ,ow , - . . 4 L! F. F. A.-First 2 .1 ann 1. place in organizations. Ykikf?-iff fm "f"fQ ' -1, . I. ' xt .. Ar-,,:-of ' ., ? A3.1.K.m A. my - , K "'- ' .3 4, fur! , ' f " 3 , n K 'f 7 X - ' ' 'f5'7' Xi2ff' 1 I' 575 ,56 9r',,: A , T . W" 5.9-'f"fi4-v-5 ' - ' A ' wif' Q ',-.v5'541W'1' ' '1 ' .6 fa J f W ' .N we ' :j,A:N'-HA -Y-. ' 'f' wa Q51-S'..7v' lx " v:4: 7:1Z."f ., . '. ' 5 ' 1' ' Lf. xx -41' S y "'31.r VV ' A M . ...Q . ..4 if . - . y V 'L 'Sf , - -, . 4. Y N ,f V L ' sub. Q -f W LQ ,a' -1 . N ' A wi' ' Q " I ' 5' '.1:,,,. J' K1 V . .K - V ,rv - a t A 5,-xl ' ' "ffm, '-A4 ,..,,.,, , . ml . . V ,.. . I. .. ,,,. t Swv .4 Z... 'ww-' Wfw"""" - 4 f Z. ' 'lf' ff' ' izfilfi - ff e MI ,I A my l l, lr l.2g...N,'1x"V -:J ,lp . f'ff'5f,, . , f, ,Q .Q-if ,xlfi-Aifgfvgf-Wvf.',E,' ' EQ, ' , 4. 1 :ga jwffv. ' 1' , 'f . ' I ' ' ' f 3 " 4 w 'S' .fn ' . ji . 4 'X 7' 1' N 1 S',,- W-' . 11.4 -AL QQ. X- -' "'1"+f'.'1lV 4 -J G. A. A.-Second place in organizations. vfisgj h .L SL is 2 of E -. R . 33 , iff, S .S . K SEQJU A ','.4.I5.Y-,Q-3 , .o--??ywQ5 oo 'F , 7,5 Lf ...gi .B -A "2 - f 3 gg. . V. Q ,Ak 3 5 A V . 11- ,,- . 'Q X 'gl' 1 Q. 'Sf M w ,, J X I vt Sq. f 1 1 , 4' uv -4- ox: a V ,. :Jil if-v Pl bf., 5. R 4.4 wx-NP x ins 4 g 355' Q' .3 V . iff' fl- Q5 " , .. ' M2 .?'1Wbfw"' ALUMS 1.4 , 0,25 wJ ff-waemil fx. 4 .W yi J.. 'Yvwsr 'I 4 W CHEERLEADERS . W, W y. T? 2, Q. UW 4' ' .7 .' 4 'WM f , . ' .3 2 , rdf .v an - ' 'f higj . f'-1.u.- X. X5 'S 3' " fllffv- , 1 ' 2 " f X f ag 5 , X . 1 " lf .uf- .,'..iu3f'- ,. Asa- ,dn "' , -- '- F. H. A. 6 ' I A ZZZE ' ,fa fy 1 gzip! K L ' - ,5"4niN ,wwwfwfwrfw iii ,. f 225 KZ' FOOTBALL TEAM 4 ,cy ily, +1 W . :I H ' ,H uv . STAGE STORMERS QUEEN mamma awww? A 4 fl QSLQEEN aww QQMQ r fcj' 1 , - ww f ff f f I, , '. I f f 4 2 ff 'lf :i 2,1 -Q ffgwsw f I -f NWA! 4.1 ff , fm f' QUEEN CANDIDATES AND ESCORTS: Darlene Carroll and Sid Harper, Linda Plummer and Lou Baker, Karen Osmond and Ron Parsons, and Mary Armsworth and Steve Davis Y, Q' -I" Y N - 2 N21Fl"1i Q is FLOWER GIRL Kim Scott QUEEN ATTENDANTS AND ESCORTS: Deb- bie Alexander and Ed Clodfelter, Melinda Kratz and John Muse, and Debbie Rhodes and Dyke Piatt fi VW ' 41 we-if 1 Wy. . L 1, RING BEARER David Danison As the gymnasium doors were opened at 9:30 for the guests of the 1964 Homecoming, the alumni needed only one glance at the decorations to know this year's theme. A cave mouth, which served as an entrance, and the huge dinosaurs with flashing red eyes could depict only one theme-"Stone Age Sages." These true-to-life decorations were the art work of Mr. Mula and his art students. The guests danced to the music of Bill Oetzel and his band. At 10:30 P. M., our M. C., Jim Merriman, announced the names of the lovely queen attendants and their es- corts. One by one they were escorted to their places near the throne. Jim then announced the queen's court, and the audience happily watched the smiling senior candidates as they were escorted down the aisle. Preceding the queen was Kim Scott, the flower girl, and Davey Danison, crown bear- er. Then Darlene Carroll, escorted by Sid Harper, walked regally up the aisle and took her place on the throne. Larry Coon and Mike Harris, co-captains of the football team placed the crown on her head and each gave her the traditional kiss. After the coronation, true to tradition, the queen and her attendants led the first dance. All too soon, the bewitching hour of 12:30 ar- rived, bringing everyone back to reality with pleasant memories of a gala evening. EETRUSTUUQS WAWCQE Colored crepe paper and the music of the Chessmen in the high school auditorium was the setting of the 1964 Christmas Dance. This night of dancing and fun was sponsored by the student council. To revitalize the "worn-out" or not so "hep dancers, refreshments and chairs were provided. At twelve o'cock the fun filled evenin ended and the students be an S 3 their long awaited Christmas vacation. ew QSSSWCIL Sill. llflli K The Jingle Bell Rock was the theme of the annual Future Homemakers of America, Future Farmers of America dance. The usually bare auditorium was decorated with greens and cardboard "Christmacy" figures. At this dance the F.H.A. and F.F.A. crown their king and queen who have been voted on by the entire school. Last year's royal- ty, Connie Morfey and Larry Coon, relinquished their crowns to Suzzee Kallembach and Ed Foley. Members of the court were Marcia Kelley and Rich Deremiah, Christine Dere- miah and Mike Sumner, and Norma Thomas and Jerry Brown. The King and Queen led the dance while the other couples in the audience joined in. The dance added a fes- tive spirit to the oncoming Christmas holidays. 3? Q 35333353 Dogpatch U. S. A. and Monticello have much in common. First, both are towns of a nomi- nal size. Secondly, they consist of true red- , blooded Americans. Thirdly, both have a very similar, very important occasion- Dog- patch with its Sadie Hawkin's Day and Monti- cello with its Spring Reversal. The only differ- ence is that the Dogpatch affair isn't quite as formal. In Dogpatch, the girls must run, tackle, or hog-tie their guy for a dateg in Monticello only an invitation is necessary. . Instead of setting their guy down to hog jowls and grits, the girls of Monticello provide their men with a luscious home-cooked meal or dine in a lux- urious restaurant. After the meal a dance is held. An old barn with piles of hay would be the setting of the Dogpatch dance accompanied with a jug for refreshments. However, at Monticello, the couples enter the auditorium to a fantasy of Candyland, with decorations of bright pastel green and pink streamers of crepe paper, and huge paper peppermint sticks and little brown gingerbreadmen. The music is also of a somewhat different quality. Whereas the County Yellers play for Dogpatch, Monticello enjoys the music of the Casuals. Evenings in both towns have been fun, but like all good things they must come to a close. The Monticello girls as well as the Dogpatch gals now go back to their regular routines while they wait anxiously for next year's Spring Reversal and Sadie Hawkin's Day. X3 l li, , l 1- , l - use , t i - ' I ,Vi 4,0773 Q M21 GEMM P Q QLK. K x a, ' W V J we 1 1 , , P: ' 'P X f . as K 'V 'Y N 15' .. B N ' VN 'T 'Fx K. Hosler, P. Sarver, L. Huisinga, R. Hosler, J. Stone, L. Robson, H. Ducey, B. Green, K. Nibling, P. Brighton, D. Baker, J. Rice, D. Doss, B. Green . .,., . , -N 1 i' Q . . i f 1 Y f. - . ew Pk '- w 4 21: . 53 K " 5, , -' 1 , ' ,' X A 7 2 .X ' f y . is . Q ,gk v - ' 2 . V- X f, 3 J. Burgess, T. Hays, D. Anderson, D. Strater, P. Freidinger, A. Harms, T. Walker, J. Hardwick, R. Dyson, T. Hendrix Bmw I X ,- Myrna Eades and Bruce Varner present the hatchets. Junior President Jeff Senior President Steve Clodfelter welcomes the Davis gives the students and faculty to response. the dinner. Www If J' 9-49, The juniors enjoy the meal, which they planned The sophomores eagerly wait to serve the juniors and seniors. , Y 1 f Juniors and seniors read their bids. The seniors talk during the dinner. The juniors and seniors chat while they await their dinners. The juniors make their grand entre'. 86 Wim , R, 4 x I 'Q X , V 'X N f I . xxxs X I' li V! i 4 Q M 5 i ? ' f T 1 The juniors sing "Blue Moon" and "Red Roses for a Blue Lady." Dan Perry "M.C.'s" the pro gram. Bill Norman and his band play for the dance. Stephanie Stutzman and Jerry Stiverson read the senior prophecy. Mr. and Mrs. Mathis leave the dance The sophomores serve punch at the dance. floor. '. .1 rage ow T sri l ri 5 'Z fFront rowl D. Alexander, P. Brighton, D. Keller, R. Zyskowski, J. Clodfelter, D. Pennell CROW 23 B. Gardner, R. McCumber, B. Kirkland, A. Harms, T. Walker, E. Foley iRow 35 E. Clodfelter M Sievers, M. Hawkins, S. Wheeler, M. Young, C. Nolan, D. Anderson, J. Merriman, H. Finson M Harms-Pianist X1 Nw ll f,j,. .,-,, g ,,, ' ... -.,- - l' I. 4 . - On the way we welcomed Rotary- With a rendition of "Buttons and Bows.' ll? f 1 mv i i g fmfg . f i ' - ' : al- ,f ij, , . ' 45 ' , lit . ' R. ' lf I. .' a n fr 2, M X fo it " Z' 1..bf4W'5'.:-if , lil . 6: P- O" giilwf- Then we "Tiptoed through the Tulips." 88 And slipped south of the border tage ow And got a good look at some "Satin Dolls" .lie if 'f Z , 1 5 3 V, t Z Q 3 f Z f ' 2 A Lf , ,,,, 1 ' ,.. 2 Or were they "Kids"? STU Q66 After Suzzee told us "I Feel Pretty," We glanced at the clock and realized that "What Kind of Fool Am I," any way? It was time for us to cut out like a "Pink Panther." unior Class Pla l 0 ' 5 1 1 g 1 1 V 3 s 5 ' ' f ,ll' Q ka Jenny Kissed Father Moynihan ag Michael Saunders ......... Jenny ........... Mrs. Deazy .... Owen Parkside .. Sister Mary of the Angels . Miss Stearns Mr. Parkside Shirley Tirabossi Mary Delaney .. Harry .......... Jo ...... . Priscilla . . Jane .... A charming young girl comes to live in the household of an elderly priest. She has been brought there by her aunt, scheming but faithful housekeeper. Jenny, 18, is the precise opposite of the kind of smart sophisticated young miss that puzzles and exasperates Father Moynihan. The plot is concerned with the priest's clumsy endeavors to make Jenny attractive to the boys. Studying femin- ine magazines and getting pointers of feminine psychology and new fashions, he is so successful that he nearly overplays his hand. A romance runs through the play, which ends in the engagement of Jenny to an attractive, somewhat old- er man who, trying hard to be fair and give Jenny a chance to meet eligible youngsters, almost risks losing her. But this man had been Jenny's choice from the first. Her consenting to go out with an amusing but over-enthusiastic follow- er of jive, has been in the line of duty, and the youth's amusing antics end up by boring her. The play is made doubly amusing by several young girls and the young boy above mentioned, all of whom manage to make Jenny "hep". Or rather, so they think, since Jenny remains to the end a simple and attractive girl, and her union with the man she loves is a proper solution to all the plots and plans of the various characters. MAI' Me Cast of Characters Rick Denton Bob Burns . . . . . Margaret White Myrna Eades ,, Phil Knox . . . Jo Dean Culbert Susan Platz Jim Kratz . . . . . . Cathy Remmers . . . . . Peggy Heidkamp . . . Jo Anne Belcher Donna Quinlan . , , , Linda Blythe Sandra Wood lil? enior Class Pla fi L. fs i D Cnce There Was A Princess Princess Dellatorre .... . ..... Cynthia Landis Signor Moroni ....... ......... J ohn Hosler Old Princess ....... .... K athleen Henebry Mrs. Joe Boyd . . . . . . Sharon McConnell Joe Boyd ...... ..... B ruce Varner Hazel Boyd ..... ..... P aula Kinzie Claire Boyd .,.... .. Rosemary Colvin Mrs. Purrington .... Penny Clodfelter Mrs. Seaver ........... ..... S uzanne Rice Aunt Meta Trimble . . . . . . Martha O'Dell Phil Lennox ........, ..... H ugh Finson Milton D'Arcy ...... ..... T erry Courson Josephene ...... . . . Lynn Remmers A girl from Millertown, U. S. A., married an Italian prince and became a legend in the village. The scene opens 18 years later with the village in excitement because the princess, widowed now, is coming back, The truth is that the prince had gone through all Ellen's money and she is a shy, lovable soul who has been keeping boarders in her palace while she saved enough to visit the old home, for which she has always been homesick, and to see again the gifted boy who was her first love. She comes in unrecog- nized on the preparations for a dazzling creature of fashion, is mistaken for a seamstress, and feels so acutely what a blow her simplicity will be, that she does not undeceive them. The trouble she gets into, sitting there sewing for her own welcome, makes a humorous and pathetic situa- tion. She is even sent away under a cloudg but in the end contrives to come back in a blaze of borrowed glory and to give everybody his hour of romance. l ne Act P lays Members of all four classes combine talents to present three one-act plays. The plays were given on February 4, 1965. The Man in the Bowler Hat Student Director .. . Peggy Heidcamp John ............. ........ J im Kratz Mary ........... .... R osemary Colvin Hero .......... ...... J oe Walden Heroine ............... .. . Karen Osmond Chief Villain ....... Bruce Varner Bad Man ................. ..... J ohn Hays Man in the Bowler Hat . . . John Bahnke Finders Keepers Student Director .... ......... P aula Kinzie Mrs. Aldrid ....... Cynthia Landis Mr. Aldrid ...... ...... J ohn Reed Mrs. Hampton . .. Myrna Eades The contest play, "Finders Keepers," is about Mrs. Aldrid who finds a purse containing four hundred dol- lars. Of course her husband thinks she intends to re- turn the purse, but Mrs. Aldrid offers Mr. Aldrid a distressing look into her true character when she an- nounces that she will keep it. Even when they learn that the money belongs to a very good friend, she doesn't change her mind. Mr. Aldrid changes it for her in the ensuing action which puts her in her place. The Ugly Duckling ?2'edfIQg?i'f'esftPf" The Queen Chancellor Dulcibella Princess Camilla ... .... Prince Simon . . Carlo ......... "The man in the Bowler Hat" is a terribly exciting little affair that happens in the humdrum life of John and Mary, a tempest in a teapot, but while it lasts well, it's high comedy, at least for the audience. Penny Clodfelter .. Rick McGuire . . . . Susan Platz Joanne Belcher , , , Hugh Finson .. Jodie Culbert . Jeff Clodfelter .. . Jeff Dighton In "The Ugly Duckling" it seems that arrangements have been made for Prince Simon to marry Princess Camilla. The King and Queen are rather anxious, because-let's face it-Camilla is plain! So it is decided that Dulcibella, the beautiful maid, will im- personate Camilla until the wedding. But Prince Simon has heard that Camilla is so beautiful that he considers himself rather plain beside her, so he has his man, Carlo, impersonate him, because Carlo is very handsome. Simon and Camilla meet by chance and fall in love. Each looks quite beautiful to the other, and they live quite happily ever after. Ssemliiies Alfred Harms and Paul Freidinger pre- sent "Coroner Klein" a coffin at the T ifaaf -, s --1..eaef.,,f ,QVWWW The Reverend Easter Program. ' Y Anderson Jim Kratz and Myrna Eades entertain Spezgisstitr the at the Christmas program. Program i 5 Y J t i N T gij ai , at - Q ff wif' I it Q ., , The senior boys lead cheers. "1" ig W I -Y t , Q i i f ii 2 - T it 3 gp ta --'-" '-W f V. if . 'arf A-.rm V , - . . ,.,-i,a,.-V I E? fl H , I .1 M A " sf" 'L gp, fri" At the Thanksgiving program, Head Mouseketeer Jim Willis tells why he is thankful. Dan Pennell and Santa John Benjamin present Christmas presents to the students and t6HCh61'S The senior girls present their version of "Our Faculty" at the Easter program. Terry Courson' introduces the senior The junior girls interpret football practice with a display of brawn girls, Ski? H2322 Easter and muscles. p Og - I r C0126 DQHCGS ss Q ! 1 Jim Kratz and Jodie Culbert mix up F1221 some "Love Potient No. 9." Linda Robson pauses for Greg Baker plays "the ham" refreshment' at the Sweetheart Dance. Terry Meece and Mr. Felts and the guys "shoot the breeze" fgigilgrs Sg1aLIgsS2.E1LgCfiffg before the dance. dance. hand problems, 11.5 Dick Anderson draws the name of the annual winner while Martha O'Del1 The senior boys enthusiastically enjoy the looks on. coke dance. Wal' S 'Honor lies in honest toil." -Cleveland ational Honor ooiety SENIOR MEMBERS: fFront rowl Paula Valentine, Paula Kinzie, Kathleen Henebry, Terry James, Karen Osmond, Nancy Gaskill, Martha O'Dell, Camilla Knapp tRow 27 Richard Wal- ters, David Anderson, Larry Dyson, Bruce Varner, Hugh Finson, Max Heacock, Charles Nolan, Steve Wheeler, Ron Zyskowski, Bill Glasgow PROBATIONARY MEMBERS: fFront rowl Gloria Sievers, Carol Gowler, Kathleen Nolan, Jodie Culbert, Marcia Harms, Linda Szalkowski, Margaret Allman, Peggy Heidkamp CROW 25 Jo Ann Clark, Alfred Harms, Don Walters, Jim Robison, Mark Sheldon, Dyke Piatt, Jim Kratz, Nelda Alexander ,Af- .qf I--5 Q-'Y IALEDICTORIAN, ROTARY SHIELD: Camilla Knapp lg-AAR-AA1Q'Y35RDf NaSCY.GaSki11 5-A-' :ALUTAToR1AN, ROTARY SHIELD: Richard Walters - W - Steve HWS V, :za 7-- Q. ILLINOIS TEACHER EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS: T. Courson, L. Remmers, B. Curry, B. Varner, M. Dyson ILLINOIS STATE SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS: D. Anderson, C. Knapp, R. Walters, C. Nolan Absent: H. Finson, M. Heacock IP-' hh MILDRED FLEMING MEMORIAL AWARD: T. James JAYETTE SCHOLARSHIP: L. Rernrners JAYCEE SCHOLARSHIP: M. Harris PARENTS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP: M. Dyson WH! ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY AWARD: Linda Hutson 5 5 SPEECH CONTEST WINNER: John Bahnke BETTY CROCKER AWARD: Beverly Wisehart 97 98 'T GENERAL 'COUNTY COUNTY SCHOLARSHIP ALLERTON ART CAMP SCHOLARSHIP: L. Burgin, B. Hea- SCHOLARSHIP I For a child of a cock, P. Hopper, Mr. Mula-Instructor D- Anderson Veteran ofthe Korean conflict: L. Burgin BEST THESPIAN: ..d""" , JOHN PHILLIP SOUSA BAND AWARD: Mr. 1 Kercheval-Band Instructor, J. Merriman, Mr. J. Reed HONOR Pratt-Principal f xwivwxl AUT AWADV THESPIAN: C. Landis I 1 'Vx DEKALB AGRICULTURAL AWARD : ANNUAL ART AWARD: .Mr. T, Daulton, D. Metzger Mula-Instructor, Phil Ahlrich INDUSTRIAL ARTS AWARD: CR. 17 T. Daulton, J. Mikulecky KR. 21 Mr. Paoli-Instruc C. Nolan, M. Young 'EQ ATTENDANC tor, J. Clark, MATH AWARD: Rick Denton GIRLS STATE : Linda Mullvain- Monticello, Peg Heidkamp- Cisco ff' BOYS STATE : Jeff Clodfelter and Buzz Sievers FORESTRY CAMP Ken Moore and E AWARD: M. Young, S. McConnell, C. Knapp, R. Walters Blu Kirkland . I-5 A- D' 1 H' ' , kr . . 14 , Graduation "The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future life." Plato Patrons Ablinger Bros. Hardware, lvesdale Bauman Funeral Home, 314 South Charter, Monticello Bill's Discount House, R. R. No. 1, Monticello Burgess 8z Cline, 108 West Washington, Monticello Dr. 1.Villiam Mundt, 499 North Buchanan, Monticello Edwards Farm Supply, Cisco Gene and Jac's, 400 West Center, Monticello Good Food Market, South Market Street, Monticello Jeri's Dress Shoppe, 155 West Main, Monticello J. R. Heath, Bridge Street, Monticello J. S. Davis 81 Son, Contractor, State Street, Monticello Kaiser's Department Store, 100 East Washington, Monticello Kaiser's Law Office, Charter Street, Monticello Mackey Funeral Home, 215 East Washington, Monticello Mclnnes Flower Shop, 103 South State, Monticello McKinley's I. G. A., Cisco Miller Bus Service, 200 West Union, Monticello Monticello Bowl, R. R. No. 1, Monticello N. D. Hammerschmidt, Construction, 601 East Grant, Monticello O. K. Tire Store, 112 North State, Monticello Piatt County Farm Bureau, Monticello Raycraft Drug Store, 114 West Washington, Monticello Rondo Tipsword, 804 North Market, Monticello Sebens Standard Station, Market Street, Monticello Strohl Ford Sales, 301 South Charter, Monticello Viobin Corporation, 226 West Livingston, Monticello Wendell's Shell Service, 301 South Market, Monticello Western Auto, 108 South Charter, Monticello Wilkinson's Building Center, 208 North Hamilton, Monticello Wilma Davis Beauty Salon, 1100 North State, Monticello W. O. 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