Murphysboro High School - Crimson and Corn Yearbook (Murphysboro, IL)
- Class of 1958
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CRIMSON AND CORN
IS PROUDLY PRESENTED
THE SENIOR CLASS
MURPHYSBORO HIGH SCHOOL
"THE FORWARD LOOK"
THE FORWARD LOOK
Our school rs one of many machmes of producuon responslble for
the cmzens of tomorrow The students are the workmen the
teachers and supervxsors the foremen all wrth the forward look
The Cnmson And Corn 1n years to come wrll bnng back mem
ones of apprenuceshrp 1n preparauon for Lrfe M T H S means
much more to us as Semors 'han xt d1d as Freshmen yes more than
a mere candlelxght a bnght and ceaseless headlrght wxth wrder
beams for tomorrow
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WE, THE STUDENTS, BENEFIT GUR CITY .
No hook and ladder, but ready to fight
fire with fire are these Firefighters: Steve
Daniel, Barry Crombar, and Ron Herring.
Mrs. Baker shows Diane Reid, Brenda
Bradley, and Judy Hutti how to make up a
hospital bed. Aiding in the relief of human
suffering is a noble endeavor.
The Murphysboro Auto Club is sponsored
by the business men of Murphysboro, for the
purpose of improving the driving habits of
our youth. The club members do their share
in civic duties, too. Here we see Eddie
Willis, David Williams, Don Genovese,
and John Wood collecting funds for the
OUR CITY BENEFITS US, THE STUDENTS
"Living it up" at Teen Town. These
teenagers are served refreshments by the
recreation director, Mr. Kessel.
The Chamber of Commerce makes plans
for our first all-night prom. Seated, from
left to right, are Mr. Bierer, Mr. Forman,
Mr. Nash, and Mr. Russell.
Our students like to be helpful. Here are
Sue Parmenter, Dona Henry, Jim Scuras,
Margaret Fielding, and Tom Sondag earn-
ing some cash for a class project by washing
OUR SCIENTISTS . .
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HPI!! I zu
Our school and communxty take great pr1de rn the f1rst place
won by K Lautner B Boyer and B Adams Thell' project
1ncluded a study of rad1oact1ve fall out and tts effect on
In an era rn whrch Chemrstry has come to play a ma1or role m world polmcs as well
as world progress the Murphysboro Scrence Department stands among the most out
standrng rn Southern Illmors
The proJects which recerved a flrst at d1SlI1CI were el1g1ble to compete at the State
Meet of the Jumor Academy of Sclence on May 2 and 3 Our students won one f1rst
award four second awards one th1rd award and one Honorable Mentlon
Bruce Rerman Mr Evans the sponsor and
Tom Sondag drscull the mtncacles of a
modern frlter plant
Danny Gleason and Bob Burton pomt out
the contours of the terram of the Blg Muddy
Rrver basrn whrle revrewrng the1r entry 1n
the Sclence meet
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The metxculous work of Andy Fomran and
Don Genovese made th1s drsplay showmg
the destructlve d1st1llat1on of wood very
outstandrng at the State Sclence Meet
where they recerved a seoond
The Zeolrte Process 15 made to look easy by
the exh1b1t of Kerth Rodewald and Bob Lovan
Kelth 1S addmg the fxnal fmesse to then'
proJect whrch recelved a thud at State
The professor helps Nrck Walker make fmal
adjustments on hrs Orsat Gas Analyzer whxch
recelved a second award at the State Contest
Denny Hughes showed great potenual m hrs
proyect on Jets he recelved an honorable
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'CA SMART BOYU .
Much of the success of the play was due to the superb duectron of Mrs Hough
and her assrstant dlrectors
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Proprretor of the Walters Hotel
A concerted young man
MRS BELINDA SQUIRES
Who hears only the rmportant thrngs
Lake Arbor s frxvolous mrllmer
JAMES MONTGOMERY HARDWICKE
A prophet wrthout honor rn hrs home
Leshe s secretary
THEODORE VAN VOLLENHOVEN
Leshe s temperamental drrector
LEsL1EsABER--- - --- -- -- ----------
A glamorous screen star
NAT GILL -------------
Lake Arbor s tycoon
- - Ann Finke
- - Tom Gillooly
. . LOOKS TO THE STARS
"I ought to make you sleep where the leak
is!" exclaims Bernice Levy to Jack Baird in
a moment of exasperation as David Harvey
Bruce Reiman tells off tycoon Tom Gillooly "Ah, exquisite! - Beautiful! Isn't she lovely,
as Charlene Brusatti and Iudy lines listen Gwendolyn?" mumiurs Bob Boyer to Helen
expectantly. Schoenberger as Ann Finke makes her en-
The smooth performance of the play was
due greatly to the able management of the
behind-the -scenes crew: Steve Daniel -
stage technician: Betty Borgsmiller - make-
upg Ann Carruthers - wardrobeg Ruth Edwards
and Marilyn Austin - student directors.
MAKES NO DIFFERENCE WHO YOU ARE.
Don't stand there! We haven't much
time to lose. We must get those
Making a dream come true was the
biggest task of the prom.
Sarah Hutti and Andrea King wel-
come each guest to the prom by
giving each a fan and a program.
"WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STARU
Many "ooh's" and "aah's" were
exclaimed as the guests gazed
about at the beautiful decorations.
Everyone is dancing, but who
wouldn't want to dance to Dave
The fountain is one of the biggest
attractions at the prom, but not 6 X 1 1 K
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OUR CINDER MEN
First row Coach Colburn H Sauerbrtum G Novara C Collins J Scuras D Hmes C Dav1d E
Shaw B Locke G Hart H Gillmore B Adams Coach Dozier Second row F Jamison R Hall
L Jordan D Gleason L Neal D Elmore B Wright B Mohlenbrock D Gillmore F Robinson
D Busch O Hooper Th1rd row L Whittington R Dobbs T Roseberry E Gould C Barnett C
Reiman R Roberts B White J Robinson D Derossett E Fisher L Little Fourth row C Kupferer
W Rawson J W1des B Allen T Sondag B Lovan T Saylor J Palmer P Meadors W Tompson
In 1957 M T H S has completed one
of the most successful track seasons under
the direction of Coach Colborn The team
took meets including PICRIICYVIIIC Murphy
Anna Jonesboro Murphy Sparta and the
Fresh Soph Sou Ill meet at Pmckneyvrlle
They placed first in the Conference meet
at Sparta and sixth in the Sou Ill District
Meet at Carbondale. No record ot last year s
events would be complete without mention
of the crack mile relay team composed of
m mat Pelly, Gillmore, Collins and Shaw. This
quartette of sprinters placed second at the
CH Gillifl in second ot District meet, making them eligible for
state. Also qualifying for state competition
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meet. W were D. Gillmore and C. Collins.
Track prospects for 1958 look good.
Lettermen are: Hines, Shaw, Jamison, and
H. Gillmore. Other hopefuls are the present
members of the freshman relay team: Bank-
head, Hall, Dobbs, and Barnettg and Novara,
a promising distance runner.
ARE CONFERENCE CHAMPIGNS
David Hines and Oliver Hooper are two of our fastest
men. They both star in the 100 and 220 yard dashes
However, because of strained muscles they suffered
earlier this year, they both were forced to reduce
Eddie Fisher, Dave Derossett, Forest Jamison and
David Hines are the components of the varsity relay,
which has done its share to keep our team among
the top in our conference.
Don Gillmore, Harry Gillmore, Bill Mohlenbrock,
and Edward Shaw have contributed much to the
success of our track season with their well co-or-
dinated low-shuttle relay.
The Freshman relay, Bankhead, Hall, Dobbs and
Barnett, claimed first place in the annual Freshman
Sophomore meet at Pinckneyville. With talent such
as these boys have displayed future track hopes are
OUR DIAMOND MEN POST A FINE RECORD
Fxrst row I Duncan M OLeary J Tweedy G Thrarlkrll F Rose W Ellrs B Crombar L
Faughn S Gossett R Adams A Lrttlefreld Second row T Roberts B Hawthorne J Petrazro D
Cochran B Larson C Payne J Pleron D Lavender K Murray P Sarensen Coach Plumlee
Thud row B Dav1s I Wood K Underwood M Turk R Casleton I Carlock C Johnson J
W1Il1ams K Lavender
Mick, Cass and Jack playing hard to hit.
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S-t-r -e -t -c -h, Charlie!
hugh for one.
Acuon at the hot comer.
BILL MOHLENBROCK KEITH RODEWALD
Tennis is not considered a major sport in our school,
Therefore, the boys must practice on their own. Bill,
Andy and Keith have played in several school sponsored
tournaments. The students at M.T.H.S. should be very
proud of these boys who have so diligently practiced on
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All -Conference 12nd teamy
All -Conference 12nd teamj
CONFERENCE STANDINGS FCOTBALL
TEA M WI NS UOSS ES TIES
Anna 5 0
Sparta 5 1
Murphysboro 4 1
Carbondale 3 3
Chester 1 4
DuQuoin 1 4
Pinckneyville 0 6
O'Leary eludes Terrier tackler for long gain.
The Murphysboro Red Devils began the
1957 football campaign with a team handi-
capped by lack of experience.
However, they went ahead to pile up a
traditional winning record which included
6 wins, 2 losses, and 2 ties.
Murphysboro got off to a shaky start in
their season openerg nevertheless, they
emerged with a '7 -0 victory.
Eddie Shaw was the hero of the game as
he picked up a fumble with 24 seconds re-
maining in the game and scampered 50 yards
for the game winning touchdown.
Pinckneyville scored the initial touch-
down on their first play, which provided the
spark for the Red Devils as they came surging
back to win the game handily 40 -6. Good
line blocking and hard running by the Murphys
boro backs were the winning factors in this
BRUCE ALLEN - Guard
All -Conference flat teamj
DAN GLEASON - End
Team spirit was high as the squad traveled
to DuQuoin to face a high rated DuQuoin
team. However, there was never any doubt
from the opening kickoff that this was
Murphysboro's game as they trounced the
Murphysboro continued to improve as
they subdued their next foe on the list, Benton
by a score of 22-6. The Devils had a near
perfect first half as they held the Benton
Rangers to a -4 yards rushing.
A cocky Murphysboro team next traveled
to West Frankfort where they leamed the
value of being too sure of themselves. A
spirited Red Bird team used a strong defense
to hold Murphysboro to a 0-0 tie. The
Devils drove to the West Frankfort one yard
line in the closing minutes of the game, but
could not get that final yard.
HENRY SAUERBRUNN - Guard
Scuras gets pulled down after a 10 yard gain.
A flu stricken Murphysboro team put up a gallant fight
but had to give up their first conference loss to a very strong
Sparta team. Two of Sparta's touchdowns came about as a
result of Murphysboro fumbles. The final score was Sparta
19, Devils O.
BARRY CROMBAR - Halfback JIM SCURAS - Halfback
Managers busy themselves preparing for oncoming season.
Murphysboro used Chester fumbles together with a strong
running attack to trounce Chester by a score of 37-0. The
Red Devil defense again proved to be one of Southem Illinois'
Murphysboro's "underdog" Red Devils next traveled to Anna
to face the unbeaten Wildcats for the Conference Champion-
ship. Murphysboro came within a fraction of pulling an upset
but had to settle with a 0-0 tie, when their 3rd period touch-
down was called back on a penalty. The devils outplayed the
DON GENOVESE - Quarterback
Wildcats in every department but had to
surrender the Championship to them because
of the tie. A victory would have given the
Devils the Championship.
The traditional game between these two
rivals was featured by an evenly fought first
half. However, the Devils came back strong
the second half and powered their way to a
20 -0 victory.
Murphysboro closed their season by play-
ing Herrin. The Herrin Tigers won the game
HJB SHADRON - Halfback JOHN WOOD - Halfback EDDIE FISHER - End
DAN BEDINGER - Guard
Murphysboro's Red Devils were very ably
coached by Coach Colbom, and newcomer
Coach Ed Johnson. Their winning strategy
and coaching tactics once again led the
Devils on to a winning season.
With an experienced group of sophomores,
Ridge Weatherly was able to coach his team
to a successful season. His success at handl-
ing the underclassmen has a great influence
on Murphy's future teams and so Ridge should
be given much credit for the excellent job
Very ably coaching the Freshman team
was Mr. Steve Dozier, who also scoured
for both the Varsity and Freshman-Sophomore
teams. His scouting reports proved again to
be an invaluable aid to both teams.
HM RAINES - Tackle
All -Conference Qlst teamy
BOB WRIGHT - Center
Record 6 2 2
MIKE O'LEARY - Halfback
Yards on Passes 494
173 Own Fumbles Recovered 17
26 Fumbles 28
15 Points Scored on 64
1692 Touchdowns Scored on 10
107 E.P. Scored on 4
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QUEEN OF M.T.H.S.
BEAUTIFUL, BROWN EYED
At right: Dave Ross provides the music as
Red Devils climax the evening at the dance
held at the Elks. At left, Ridge s absence
was keenly felt when time for the traditional
Grand March rolled around, however, Mr,
Weatherington did a good job of filling in,
The Annual Football Banquet gets off to a
good start with a dinner at the American
Legion. These two pictures show the players
joy as they finally break training and in-
dulge in the turkey dinner,
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Despite a distinctive height disadvantage, the
1957-58 Red Devil basketball team compiled a
creditable record. There were three seniors on the
squad: John Wood, Barry Crombar, and Eddie Shaw
In addition to these three, the team was composed
of six juniors and one sophomore.
The Devils got started on the right foot with an
opening night victory over the Trico Pioneers. They
then dropped five straight games to Herrin, Carbon-
dale, Shawnee, Pinckneyville and Marion. Next on
the schedule was a game with Johnston City in which
the Red Devils stopped their losing streak with a one-
point victory. ln the Harrisburg Invitational Tourna-
ment the Devils lost to West Frankfort, scoring 36
points against the number one rated team. In the
next four games against conference foes - Sparta,
Chester, DuQuoin, and Anna-Jonesboro - the Devils
advanced at a .500 clip winning two of the four
games. John Wood neared the school scoring record
of 38 points, as he scored 37 points in the Anna-
The Carbondale Invitational 'I ournarnent provided the highspot of the season for the Red Devils as
they won second place. ln the tirst round against DuQuoin, the Devils deleated the indians by seven
points. A spine-tingling, Conte-from-behind triumph over a towering Benton squad in the semifinals
paired Murphysboro with Carbondale's Terriers in the finals. A capacity crowd saw the Red Devils
make repeated comebacks only to lose in the final minutes by two points.
Another setback by the Terriers plus one by
Pinckneyville eliminated the Red Devils from the
In the next game with Sparta, the Red Devils
almost spoiled the Bulldogs' hopes for a conference
title as the Red Devils lost this one by three points
in the closing minutes of play.
VARSITY SQUAD DANNY BUSCH
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Sauerbrunn, Manager, Bottom row: Forest Jamison, Harry Gilmore, Kin Lavender, Bruce Davis, John Wood,
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The purpose of I111nors G1r1s State rs to provrde citrzen
shlp trarnrng for I11rno1s guls of hlgh school age to afford
them an opportunrty to lrve together as self govermng
crtrzens to become rnformed about the dunes prtvrleges
rrghts and responsrbrlrtres of Amerrcan Crtrzenshrp IH order
that they may understand and partrcrpate rn the functron
1ng of our government
Thxs year s M T H S delegate to Grrls State was Ruth
The youth movement rn the Unrted States known as
BOYS STATE rs a program OfC1IlZCl'l5h1P trarnrng
sponsored by the Nattonal Amerrcanrsm Commrssron The
Amertcan Legron Orrgrnated by the Department of 1111
nors rn 1934 the plan was adopted by the natronal organr
zatron rn 1935 and has smce been put 1nto operatron rn
every state rn the Unron
In Boys State good crtrzenshrp means loyalty good
sportsmanshrp co operatron dependabrlrty responsrve
ness and keen rnterest 1n the week s BCIIVXIICS Good
crtrzens thrnk before they talk and act only after mature
consrderatron of therr plans
Thrs year s representatives to Boys State were Bob
Ptttman Bob Burton Davrd Hrnes Steve Daniel and
Another frrst for our school 15 the establrshment of a Speech Club Our club 15 not as fully developed
as we hope that at wrll be rn the future Thxs year s club gave members an opportun1ty to debate read
poetry and g1VC varlous readrngs In the near future we hope to rntroduce dramatrcs to those who are
Students who have free per1ods work
as Monrtors 1n the offlce Those chosen
to be momtors are selected from apph
cat1ons turned rn by students who are
wrllmg to work
These students collect absentee sl1ps
delrver ma11 and perform many help
ful and necessary duues
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The Lrbrary Club rncludes the staff of student ass1stants who serve one perrod a day
at the lrbrary desk checkrng out books shelvmg books and magazrnes mendrng books
and helpmg teachers and other students locate mformauon A bulletrn M T H S
Llbraty Club News IS prepared by one of the members
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
The Jewell Berrrer Chapter of the Future Teachers of Arnerrca was organrzed early IU the spring of
1957 We of the Future Teachers hope that through thrs club we can become more rnterested 1n the
teachrng professlon and mterest others rn th1s professron
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
F H A IS a natronal organlzatron of puplls who study homemakmg
rn Jumor and semor hrgh schools We work together for better and
happler home 11fe for everyone We thmk that Ilelplllg to make happy
homes now and rn the future 1S the most rm ortant thm that we can
do for democracy
F H A OFFICERS
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
The prrmary alm of the F F A 15 the development of agrtcultural leadershlp
cooperatton and ClI1ZSI'lSh1p It 15 a non profrt non pol1t1ca1 farm youth organt
zatton of voluntary membershlp deslgned to take 11S place along w1th other agen
C165 str1v1ng for the development of leadershlp the bullding of a more permanent
agnculture and the rmprovement of country llfe
The F F A IS an mtra curucular act1v1ty havrng tts orrgln and root tn a deftmte
part of the school curnculum vocauonal agrtculture Among other thlngs mem
bers learn through actlve part1c1pat1on how to conduct and take part 111 a publlc
meetmg to speak 1n publtc to buy and sell cooperattvely to solve then own prob
lems to fmance themselves and to assume c1v1c respons1b1l1ty
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IS the purpose of our newly orgaruzed Gym Leaders Club
GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Members of the Gxrls Athletic Assocratron play basketball baseball hockey soccer and
A group of about 60 glrls meet weekly on Wednesday after school for a play perrod
The glrls earn pomts toward letters for ab1l1t1es to perform gymnasuc stunts or specral
skxlls and for attendlng the play perrods The letters are grven on a statewrde level yearly
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These boys and grrls work dllrgently to brrng more honor to the deservmg wmner
and to promote better relatrons between the varrous athletrc teams
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS GF AMERICA
Our mam ECIIVIIY IS to comprle a duectory of all bus1ness places rn Murphysboro
to see how many of our students w111 have Jobs at home
To become the best busmessmen and women of tomorrow IS the goal of members
of the Commerce Club
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Prospectrve artists of M T H S responded wrth enthus1asm when therr request for
an art club was fu1f111ed The purposes of thrs orgamzauon are to foster and promote
an mterest 1n all f1ne arts
The mterest 1n art exhrbrted by the students of M T H S shows the school s need
of formal art rnstructlon
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
Boys who are mterested rn manual tralntng have found the Industrlal Arts Club to
be qtute rewardmg Th1s club g1V6S these boys an opportun1ty to estabhsh a trade 1n
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The Honors Club, representrng the group who have achreved scholastrc success, has been a
long standrng symbol of scholarshrp 1.l'1 our school Thxs group of upperclassmen, prctured above
contarns the elrte of our school and the potent1al leaders of tomorrow
The Student Councrl IS the representat1ve body of our school Davrd Hrnes, Presrdent and
Bob Boyer Vrce Presrdent lead our student government They are assrsted by Senror represent
auves Judy Frsher Sue Derossett Tom Sondag Dan Gleason Iumor representatrves Harry
Grllmore Dan Busch Eddre Frsher Io Ann Boatman Sophomore representatrves Betty Turton
Donna Granger Bobby Hall Kay Busch Freshman representatrves Tommy Ashman Danny
Pyron Albert Ellrot Terry Hart Qnot p1cturedy
CANDIDATES FOR STUDENT COUNCIL
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In the spring of 1957 the Student
Council elections were held. The
competition for the offices of Presi-
dent and Vice President was cer-
tainly evident. In the halls and
rooms were many signs and posters
stating the different platforms of
On a day especially set aside,
each candidate gave a speech con-
cerning his or her platform. From
these speeches the student body
was to decide on their choice for
Student Council President and Vice
The coveted position of Presi-
dent was placed in the hands of
David Hines, as a result of many
votes cast by the student body,
To be a co-worker with David,
Bob Boyer was elected Vice Presi-
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The Spanish Club is an organization of all students
who are interested in Spanish. Through the club we
have the opportunity to meet Latin American students
and learn more about our Southern neighbors.
Latin Club members have fun learning about the
Roman people through stories songs plays and
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s MAME PALMER IUD
MR. HERBERT DOUGAN
With the financial aid of the Alumni Association, it was Xpossible to publish the Obe-
We now have a very fine printed paper which is a bi-weekly publication. This is a
far cry from the small mimeographed sheet of paper that was published in the past,
Judith Gueterslah and her staff, with the help of Miss Palmer, have worked hard to
edit a paper of which all the M,T. H. S. students are proud.
THE 1958 CRIMSON AND CORN STAFF
Edltor MARIETTA ABERNATHIE
Busmess Manager BRENDA BRADLEY
General Manager RUTH EDWARDS
Sports Edltors TOM SONDAG and DAVID HINES
PICILIIC Edrtor MARIBEL HARSHA
The art work for th1s year s annual was done by Carol Penrod a very talented Soph
We are grateful to Mr and Mrs Mohler for makmg possxble the excellent photography
appearmg rn our yearbook
Mr Wathen our aSS1Stant pr1nc1pa1 has been very helpful suggestrng new rdeas
and g1V1Ilg much needed advrce to our staff members
Agam many thanks to you Mr Wathen
Junior Assistant ------- -------- - - ' DIANNE REID
Mary Ann Williams
Miss Sauer was appointed as our new advisor for this year s Annual We on the
staff have enjoyed working with Miss Sauer and learning together what makes a good
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Our band thrs year had a very actrve year under the dr
rectron of Mr W F Wethenngton They began the year
w1th the Labor Day Parade at Marlon partrcrpated rn the two
Apple Festrval parades and were the outstandrng band 1n the
SIU Homecommg parade
After marchrng season, the band began to work on concert
musrc for the Chrrstmas program A three state tour was
taken rn March and was hrghlrghted by a concert for the musrc
majors at Murray State College School of Musrc rn Murray
Kentucky The band traveled as far as Nashvrlle Tennessee,
and came home by the way of Mammoth Cave The Quad
C1ty Festrval was held 1n Hernn trus year The Sprrng Con
C611 was presented on May 6th Two of our Senrors, I B
Duncan and Kerth Rodewald were sololsts on the Sprmg Con
Thrs year s Band Councrl was headed by Kerth Rodewald as Presrdent I B Duncan
as Vrce Presrdent Thelma Love as Secretary and Eddre Frsher as Treasurer
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COLOR GUARD AND MAJORETTES
Among other thmgs the M T H S band rs noted for tts Majorettes and Color Guard
We are proud to have them leadrng the band rn any parade
The Jumor Band IS for those stu
dents who have dreams of playmg
rn the Semor Band If they practrce
drlrgently they fmd that therr
dream IS soon fulfrlled
The Meistersingers this year were a com-
pletely voluntary organization that met be-
fore school at least two days per week for
rehearsal. This group performed on the
Christmas concert. A small group of twelve
was chosen to do programs for civic organi-
zations where the large group could not be
The Pep Band was one of the most popular
groups in school, They provided music for
the fans at the halftime and promoted much
PAT RESLEY EANNE TEVENS
ILM TU NAGE
BETTY TU TON IOYC W T ERS
Havmg been chosen IU the Murphysboro Apple Fcsuval to
represent tlus area Lyn Weatherly went to Sptmgfmld to com
pete IH the Stat Frutt Queen contest
Lyn a model nf po1se and of natural composure throu hou
the contest scored hxgh xxth the Judges and was crwwned
111111015 Frult Queen
M T H S IS very proud of you, Lyn The best of luck
wxth your future dunes as Queen
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ARION FOUNDATION AWARD
LIBRARY SERVICE AWARDS
D A R, AWARD
Betty Sue Borgsmrller
Betty Sue Borgsm111er
Carol Ann Prttman
Ruth Ann Ballard
Frances Sue Carruthers
Carol Ann Pittman
CITIZENS HIP AWARD
BETTY CROCKER HOME
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MR. AND MISS SENIOR
DAVID HINES and SUE DEROSSETT
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The spirited Senior Class gave
the underclassmen a wonderful
demonstration of campaign
tactics prior to class elections.
The class, noted since its
Freshman days for active partic-
ipation in all school activities,
selected as officers for its final
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MARIETTA ABERN A THIE
"In the great master's steps went she, with
patience and humility'
Homecoming 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 4,
Prom 3, Intramural Sports lg Debate Club 4
Assembly 1, Gym Leaders 4, Annual Staff 3
4, Annual Editor 4g Pep Club 3.
'Men of few words are the best'
Honors 1, 3, Science Club 4, Assembly 3,
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, State
Science Contest 3.
'To know her is to love her'
Annual Staff 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Chorus 1, 2,
Choir 3, Art Club 4, Junior and Senior Play
fStudent Directory, Pep Club 3, Honors Club
2, High Honors 1, Assembly 1, 2,3, Prom 3,
Homecoming 2, 3, 4.
FRANCIS FAYE BASDEN
'Service to others brings happiness"
FHA 4, FBLA 4, Intramural Sports 1.
BRUCE DON ALLEN
'Laugh and the whole world laughs with you'
Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Intramural
Sports 2, Assembly 2, Prom 3, Homecoming
WILLIAM PAUL ARBEITER
'Quiet and unruffled, always just the same"
Football 1, Baseball Manager 1, Prom 3,
Homecoming 3, 4.
"I never bother work and work never bothers
"Always up to something"
Band 1, 2,3, 4, Band Contest 1, 2, Music Con-
test 2, Assembly 1,2,3, 4, GAA 1,2,4, Prom
3, Homecoming 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 1,
Annual Staff 4, FBLA 4, Gym Leaders 4,
Honors 1, Honors Club 2.
Voted "Most Intellectual" by their classmates,
Brenda Bradley and Don Genovese examine
the nappes of a conic surface.
"Fools wander, but a wise man travels,"
Ames High School, Iowa, 1, Dixon High
School, Illinois, 2, Football 1,2,3, Science
"Politeness goes far, but costs nothing. "
Honors 1, 2,3, Special Honors 1, 2, State
Science Meet 3, Junior-Senior Play 3, Debate
Club 4, Speech Contest 4, Obelisk Managing
Editor 4, Prom 3, Student Council Vice Presi-
dent 4, Monitor 3, Science Club 4.
"Sometimes he sits and thinks, sometimes
he only sits. "
Chorus 1, Intramural Basketball 2, Science
BRENDA MAUREEN BRADLEY
"Education finds a harbor in Brenda's mind.
Honors Club 1,2,3,4, Spanish Club 1,2,3,4
GAA 1, 2,3,4, Debate Club 4, Annual staff
4, Assembly 2, Business Manager of Annual
4, Honors 1.2, 3, Special Honors 1, Obelisk
Staff 3, Homecoming 2,3,4, Prom 3, Pep
'Take care of meg good men are rare. "
Science Club 2,45 State Science Meet 2
Homecoming 3,4g Boys' State 4,
ROSE MARY BUSH
"It is the friendly heart that has many
FBLA 43 Prom 3.
BRENDA ILLAINE BRANNON
"Delicate and sweet and all that's neat. "
FBLA 4g Band 1,2,3,4g Band Contest 1, 3,
Ensemble Contest 2, 3, Spanish Club Officer
1, FHA 3,45 Prom 3g GAA 1,2,4, Home-
coming 3g Annual staff 4g Assembly 1, 2,
LEE ROY BROTHERS
"Studying is not my favorite pastime. "
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RONA LD BUTZ
"The deed 1 intend is great, but what, I
know not. "
"Leave silence to the saints, I'm only
Student Council 1, Band 1,2,3,4, Football
2g Homecoming 3,4g Prom 3g "M" Club 2,4
Obelisk Staff 3g District Solo lg Assembly 1,
2- Band Contest 1 3- Tennis l,2, Science
Club 4 Dance Band 1
Sue Parmenter and Johnny Wood sip cokes and
exhibit the charm that won them the "Best
NANCY ANN CHENOWETH
"A smile for all, a greeting glad, an
admirable jolly way she has. "
Homecoming 2,3,4g GAA 1,2,3,4g Prom
35 Annual Staff 43 FBLA 4g Gym Leaders 4g
"I'm really a happy-go -lucky guy!"
ROBERT CA RRUTHERS
"A quiet lad in our school, who never breaks
a rule, "
"He looks like he'd rather sit than stand,
But it must take spirit to play in the band. "
F, S. CRAINE
"Some think the world was made for fun
and frolic and so do I. "
BA RRY ROBERT C ROMBA R
"Greater men than I have lived, but I
doubt it. "
Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,4g Base-
ball l, 2,3,4g Intramural Sports 35 "M"
Club 1, 2, 3,45 Student Council 1, 3,
Assembly 1,2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Band
Contest l,2,3g Honors Club 1,2, 3,4.
"A quiet lass in every class. "
GAA 1, 2,4g Prom 3g Homecoming 3,4.
"If I were president, I'd declare three
months of school and nine months of vaca-
"Take care of meg I'm a rare one, "
Football 1,4g State Science Meet 2, "M"
Club 1, 2,4, Track lg Motion Picture
Projectionist 1, 2, 3, 4g Annual Staff 4,
Obelisk staff 3,4p Prom 3, Homecoming
2, 3, 4, Assembly 2, 4.
"Silence is more eloguent than words, "
Ruth Edwards and Keith Rodewald can usually
be found surrounded by textbooks - which is
why they were voted "Most Studious Seniors. "
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"She pleases everyone, but cannot please
Honors Club 1,2, 3,45 Honors 1,2,35 Clas
Vice President 15 Student Council 35 Illini
Girls' State 35 General Manager Annual
Staff 45 Junior-Senior Play 35 Debate Club 45
Speech Contest 45 GAA 1, 2,3,45 Gym Leaders
45 Prom 35 Homecoming 2,3,45 Band 1, 25
Assembly 1, 2, 4,
DORIS JEAN ELLIS
"Happiness is a habit5 cultivate it."
Commerce Club 45 Prom 35 FBLA 4,
CHARLOTTE SUE DEROSSETT
"The pure, the beautiful, the bright, "
Student Council 2,45 Honors 1,2,35 Honors
Club 2, 3,45 Band 1, 25 Band Contest 1,25
Music Queen Candidate lg Cheerleaders 3,45
Pep Club 3,45 "M" Club 3,45 FAA l,2,3,45
Intramurals 15 FBLA 45 Annual Staff 45 Home-
coming 2,3,45 Assembly 1,2, 3,45 Prom 35
Homecoming Queen 4.
J, B. DUNCAN, JR.
"His music's a treaty he can't be beat."
Madrigals 15 Meistersingers 2, 3,45 Track 1,
25 Band 1,2,3,45 Dance Band 1,2,45 Band
Contest 1,35 Band Council 1, 2, 3,45 Assembly
1,2,3,45 Homecoming 2,3,45 Prom 35 Base-
ball 3,45 Pep Band 3,45 State Solo Contest 1,
"Life is itself but a game of tennis. "
Tennis 1,2,3,4, State Science Meet 3,4,
Honors 1, Science Club 4, Spanish Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Homecoming 2, 3,4, Football Manager
3, Prom 3, Annual Staff 4, Staunton 1.
"Give me a lever long enough, and a prop
short enough, and I can slnglehanded move
the world, "
Football 1, 2, 3,4, Baseball 1, Homecoming
2, 3,4, State Science Meet 3, "Nl" Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, Track 1,4.
"A nurse she'l1 be, just wait and see, "
Class Officer 1, 2, Student Council 4, GAA
1, 2, 3,4, Science Club 4, "M" Club 4,
FBLA 4, Gym Leaders Club 4, Homecoming
2,3,4, Assembly 1,2,3,4, Prom 3, Cheer-
leader 3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Homecoming
Queen Candidate 4, Baud 1,2, Band Contest
1, 2, 3, Honors Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
"It is the wise head that makes a still
"Her friends, they are many, her foes, are
FBLA 4, Obelisk Staff 4, FHA 1,4,
"There's nothing as pleasant as remembering
my friends. "
FBLA 4, Homecoming 2,3,4, Prom 3, Annual
Staff 4- FHA 3 4
Katy Hubbard and Eddie Shaw take a little
time out for fun. Other times they are
busy being the 'Most Athletic Seniors."
SHARON KAY GRAEFF
"Even cupid is her slave. "
Cheerleader 1,2g GAA 1,2,3,4g Intramural
Sports lg FBLA 4, Gym Leaders 45 Prom 3g
"M" Club 1, 2g Homecoming 3, Assembly
RUTH ANN GREEN
'Energetic and sweet - she can't be beat. "
Prom 3, Obelisk Staff4g Art Club 4g
Iournalism Club 45 FBLA 4.
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"When l was a child, I spoke as a child,
I understood as a child, I thought as a child,
but when I became a man I put away my
childish things. "
Football 2, 3,4g Basketball 1, 2g Track 1, 2,
35 State Science Contest 2,3g Special Honors
1, 2g Honors 3g "M" Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Sopho-
more Presidentg Student Council 4g Assembly
23 Prom 3g Annual Staff 45 Obelisk Staff 3.
"His wish is to make no enemies."
"If girls interfere with your work, quit
"He believes in work, he just isn't in favor
of it. "
Prom 3, Football 1, Track l,4, Homecoming
3, 4, Intramural 2, 3, 4.
"Wisdom, power, and goodness meet,"
GAA 1, 2,3,4, FHA 3,4, Debate Club 4,
Annual Staff4, Chorus 1, Prom 3, Gym
Leaders 4, Bsay Contest Winner 2, Obelisk
4, Junior-Senior Play Staff 3, Homecoming
2, 3,4, Assembly 1,3, Journalism Club 4,
Intramurals 1, State Speech Contest 4.
'Joy to all she brings - tops in many things.
Honors 1, High Honors 3, Honors Club 2,4,
Assembly 2, Biology Club 2, Junior-Senior
Play Staff 3, Prom 3, FTA Officer 3,4,
T ERRY HA MILTON
"Although I'm not always right, l'm never
"Diligence is the mother of good fortune. "
Class Officer 2, 3,4, Honors Club 1, 2,3,4,
Band 1,2, GAA 1,2,3,4, Gym leaders 4,
Science Club 4, Pep Club Officer 3, Home-
coming 3,4, Prom 3, Asembly 1, 2, Annual
Staff 4, High Honors 1. 2, Honors 3.
No grass will grow under the feet of Judy
Fisher or Bob Lovan who are happiest when
they are busy. Their affinity for work earned lj! X15-
them the "Most Ambitious" title.
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"Through the field he tore - for Murphy to
Co-Captain 4, Football 1, 2, 3.4, Basketball
1,2g Track 1,3,4g Baseball 2, Prom 35 Home-
coming 2,3,4g "M" Club 1,2,3,4g Intramural
3, Obelisk Staff 3g Annual staff 4g Junior-
Senior Play Staff 3.
JACK LEROY HERRING
"What's the use of worrying
FFA 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,4.
"Plain living and high thinking is his motto.
"What cannot charm with goodness gain. "
Cheerleader 1,2g Student Council lg Prom
34 Homecoming 2, 3,4g Assembly 2g Annual
Staff 4, GAA 1,2g FTA 4g FBLA Officer 43
Gym Leaders 45 Intramurals lg Homecoming
Queen Candidate 45 "M" Club 1, 2,
"She's a real sport out on the court."
GAA 1,2,3,45 GAA Officer 25 An Club 45
FBLA 45 FTA 3,45 Gym Leaders 45 Prom 35
Biology Club 25 Annual staff 45 Intramural
15 Junior-Senior Play Staff 35 Homecoming
"Don't take life too seriously, you'll never
get out alive. "
Honors Club 25 Band 15 Chorus 25 GAA 1,25
FHA Officer 3,45 Obelisk Staff45 FTA 45
Homecoming 2, 3,45 Prom 35 Science Club
45 Junior-Senior Play Staff 3.
"They thought of him when they made the
Football 2, 35 Track l,2, 3,45 Student
Council President 45 "M" Club 1,2, 3,45
State Track Meet 25 Boys' State 35 Obelisk
staff 3,45 Biology Club Officer 35 Annual
Staff 45 Assembly 1,2,3,45 Prom 35 Home-
coming 2,3,45 Debate Club 45 Honors Club
2, 35 Honors 1, 2.
"A red-haired lass of the Senior class."
Chorus 15 GAA 1, 25 Prom 35 FBLA 45 Cheer
leader 15 Homecoming 2, 3,45 Assembly 15
Pep Club 3.
"Always up to something. "
Latin Club 45 Industrial Arts Club 45 Home-
coming 1,2,3,45 Prom 35 Honors Club 2,35
Track 1,25 Honors 1,2.
IUDITH HNES GUETERSLOH
"She started her marriage career this year.'
Student Council 2, Monitor 2, 3,4, Secretary
Treasurer 35 Editor Obelisk 45 Co-Editor Obelisk
35 GAA 1,2,35 GAA Officer 35 FTA 45 FTA
Officer 45 Honors Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Special Honors
1, 25 Pep Club 35 Junior -Senior Play Cast 35
Library Club 35 Debate Club 45 Annual Staff 4
Intramural 15 Prom 35 Journalism 4.
DE. MAR JONES
"B1essed is the man who invented sleep
Intramural 1, 2, 3,4, Art Club 4 Prom
Track 4, Homecoming 3,4
PETER BRUCE JORDAN
"I could have slept all day
Intramural 1, 2, 3, 4, Footba
Homecoming 3,4, Prom 3.
"Just a -livin. "
Band 1,2,3,4, FFA 3,4, Band Contest 1,3,
Assembly 1, 2, 3.4.
BONNIE KAY MCLAUGHLIN
"A friend so true, so loving and kind, is a
priceless treasure hard to find."
Honors Club 2, Honors 1, Library Club 3,4.
BILLY GENE LOCKE
"A light heart is envious."
FFA 4, Track 2, 3,4, Intramural l,2,3,4,
Homecoming 3,4, Prom 3.
WILLIAM ROBERT IDVAN
"There is honesty, manhood, and good
fellowship in him."
Band 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, "M"C1ub 4,
Prom 1, 3, Homecoming 2, 3,4, Class
Officer 1,4, Co -Feature Editor Obelisk
Staff 4, District Science Meet 4, State
Science Meet 3, Band Contest 1, 3, Assembly
1, 2,3,4, Honors Club 1, Dance Band 1,2,
Joumallsm Club 4, Science Club 4.
"Quiet, reserved, and demure, a friend of
whom you are always sure. "
FBLA 4, Annual Staff 4, Assembly 2,
"He carries his troubles in his pocket with a
hole in it. "
Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3,4,
Intramural Basketball 3,
Campus funsters Wanda Mileur and Bruce
Allen provide many lighter moments for
routine school days. In appreciation their
fellow students voted them 'Wittiest Seniors. "
SHIRLEY ANN MORBER
"Say little, mean much, meet everyone
with a smile."
FHA 1,2,3,4, FHA Officer 2,3,4, Annual
Staff 4, FBLA 4, Homecoming 2,4, Intra-
"I'm really richer than my tongue. "
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FFA 1, 2, 3.
WANDA LOU MILEUR
"The way to make others happy is to be
Class Officer 4, FHA 2, 3, GAA 1,2, Pep
Club 3, FBLA Officer 4, Gym Leaders 4,
Chorus 1, 2, Meistersingers 3, Music Contest
3, Science Contest 3, Junior-Senior Play
Staff 3, Assembly 1, 2, 3, Prom 3, Home-
coming 2,3,4, ,Homecoming Class Attend-
ant 1, 2, 3, Homecoming Queen Candidate
4, Intramurals 1,
"Brown eyes have been the downfall of more
than one man. "
Band 1, 2, 3, Band Contest 1, 3g Ensemble
Contest 2.3, GAA 1,23 Prom 3, Annual
Staff 4, FBLA 4, Homecoming 2, 33 Assembly
1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3.
'Too much thinking is a dangerous thing. "
Football 1, 2, Football Manager 3, Basketball
Manager 3, Color Guard 4, "M" Club 4.
ELEA NOR SUE PA RMENT ER
"Friendly to all, hostile to none, Always
jolly and full of fun."
Olney lg Camera Club 1, Spanish Club 1,23
GAA 1, 2,3g Pep Club 1, Thespians 1, Home
coming 1,3,4g Monitor 1, FHA 1,35 Chorus
1, Intramural lg Biology Club 2, Art Club
Officer 4, FBLA 4, Prom 3, Annual Staff 4.
"I like work, I could sit and watch it all
ROBERT E, PITTMAN
"Why are there rules ?"
"Live fast, die young, and have a good
looking corpse. "
Chorus l,2g Prom 3g Homecoming 3,4g
It's doubtful if Jeannie Stevens and Terry
Hamilton can hear each other. What "Most
Talkative Seniors" need most are good
CHARLES BRUCE REIMAN
"Beware! I may yet do something sensational. "
Band 1,2,3,4g Band Council 3,43 Band
Contest 1, 2,3,4g Science Club 4g Junior-
Senior Play Staff 35 Science Contest 3,4g
Biology Club 2, Assembly 1, 2,45 Prom 3:
Tennis l,2,4g Homecoming 2,3,4.
"I keep everyone guessing. "
FHA lg Intramural lg Assembly 3g Prom 35
GAA 4g FTA 4g FBLA 4g Art Club 4.
"Through life he goes, with a happy smile
Football 1, 2,3,4g Basketball Manager 2:
Prom 35 "M" Club 3,4,
NORMA JUNE REICHRATH
"She has her eye on just one guy."
Gym Leaders 45 Annual Staff 4: FBLA 4g
FHA 1,2,3g FHA Officer 2g Prom 3g Home-
coming 3,4g Assembly 2.
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"Dynamite comes in small packages."
Chorus 1, FHA 45 GAA 4, FBLA 4.
HERBERT KEITH RODEWALD
"He's grade A in every way, "
Honors Club 2, 3,4, High Honors 1, 2, Science
Club 4, Science Contest 4, Band 1,2,3,4,
Band Council 2, 3,4g Band President 4, Band
Contest 1, 3, Ensemble Contest 1,2,3,4g
Assembly 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3,45 Prom 3g
Dance Band 1, 2, Pep Band 3,45 Student
Conductor 3,4g Member of National Feder-
ation of Music Clubs.
JIM ROBERT RENDLE MAN
"Never let studying interfere with your
BRUC E RIC HA RDSON
"Handsome and polite - any girl's delight.
Football 1, 2,3g Track 1,2g Honors Club 2,3g
Spanish Club 1,2,3,4g "M" Club 4, Home-
coming 2,3,4g Prom 3, Class Officer 1,
Science Contest 35 Assembly Program 1, 2, 3,
4, Junior-Senior Play Staff 3.
A, 1-elf '
DEBORAH CHARLENE ROWDEN
"A little soul so warm and true."
Annual Staff4g FHA 1,2,3,4g FHA sweet-
, heart Queen 1, FHA President 4, Chorus 1,
mv J 2, Prom 3g Assembly 1,2g Homecoming 2.
HENRY EUGENE SAUERBRUNN
"Good qualities need no advertising, "
Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball Manager 3,4g
"M" Club 1,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4p Assembly
Program 1, 2,3,4g Prom 3.
Ann Phifer and Bill White are ready to go
into action as "Best Apple-Polishets. "
BEVERLY ANN SEIBEL
"Be glad of life, because it gives you a
chance to love, work, and play, "
Band 1, 2,3g Band Contest 1,3g GAA 1, 2,3,
4, Annual Staff 45 Gym Leaders 4, FTA 3,
FBLA 4g Prom 3, Honors 1, Honors Club 2g
Band Queen Candidate 3g Intramural lg
Junior-Senior Play Staff 3, Assembly 1, 2, 3-
Biology Club 25 Obelisk Staff 4.
"I am richer than my tongue. "
DONALD LEE SAYLOR
"A man with few words, but much work. "
JAMES BURTON SCURAS
"A little nonsense now and then is relished
by the wisest men. "
Football 1, 2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g "M" Club
1, 2, 3, 4g Annual Staff 4g Biology Club 2,
Prom 3g Homecoming 1,2, 3,45 Assembly
2, Science Contest 2.
BETTY SNY DER
"Her gift to us is loyal friendship. "
FHA 1,2,4, Pep Club 3, GAA 1, Commerce
"All great men are dying, as a matter of
fact I don't feel so well myself. "
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3,4, Honors
Club 2, 3, "M" Club 4, Student Council 2, 4,
Class Officer 4, Honors l,2, State Science
Meet 2,3,4, Boys' State 3, Assembly 2,3,4,
Prom 3, Annual Staff 4, Homecoming 2, 3, 4,
Biology Club 2, Science Club 4.
EDDIE B. SHAW
"Not what he won or lost, but how he played
Football 1, 2,3,4, Football Co -Captain 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice
President "M" Club 4, State Track Meet 3,
4, Assembly Program 2,4, Homecoming 2,
3, 4, Pl'0l'Il 3.
SHARON JEAN SMITH
"The studies she likes the best are his heart
and his interests. "
Annual Staff4, FHA 1.2, Prom 3, Home-
coming l,2, 3,4, Intramurals 1, Junior-Senior
Play Staff 3, FBLA 4, Pep Club 3.
"Thinking is but an idle waste of time, "
MARY JEAN STEVENS
"Loquacious? My gracious. "
Band 1, 2, 3,4, Band Contest 1,3, Assembly
1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural 1, Homecoming 1, 2, 3,
4, Prom 3, Junior-Senior Play Staff 3, GAA
1, 2, Annual Staff 4, Pep Club 3, FBLA 4,
Band Queen Candidate 4.
Just a moment of play after many hours of
work. The Seniors pictured are only a small
portion of the hard working crew that made
this year's float a success.
WILLIAM EDWARD STRUCK
"Still water runs deep."
FFA l,2,3,4, FFA Vice President 2,3g FFA
President 4, Homecoming 3,45 Prom 3,
Honors lg Assembly 2,
SANDRA KAY SWAFFORD
"On every test she does her best."
Band Contest l,3g Solo Contest 1: Ensemble
Contest lg Pep Band 3,45 Intramural lg High
Honors lg Honors 1,33 Honors Club 1,2,3,4g
Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: FTA
3,45 FBLA 45 Annual staff 45 Junior-Senior
Play Staff 3, Monitor 4g Assembly 1,2, 3,4g
Band 1, 2, 3,4g Band Council 4.
MARY ELLEN STEWART
"Her talents are the silent kind."
FHA 1,2,3,4g FHA Officer 2,3,4.
CAROLYN IANE STRUCK
"Her heart is like a singing bird, "
Pep Club 3,4g FTA 4, FHA 1, Monitor 2,3g
Library Club 3,4, Vice President 3, Honors
Club 1, 2, 3,4, Honors 3, High Honors 2, Art
Club 4, FBLA 4, Prom 3, Homecoming 2, 3,4
Chorus 1, Assembly 4.
SHARON KAY WEBB
"Throughout the day she goes her way, "
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Officer
2, 3.4, FBLA 4, Assembly 1, 3, Chorus 1,3,
Prom 3, Junior-Senior Play Staff 3, FTA 4,
"Never shuts-up - always cuts-up. "
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, Track 3,4, Science
Club 4, Prom 3, Art Club 4, Homecoming 2,
3, Assembly 1, 3, 4.
TOMMY DON THOMPSON
"Nothing is impossible to the willing heart.
Football 1,2,3, FFA 1,2,3, "M" Club 1.
'Thinking is but an idle waste of time. "
Track 1,4, Prom 3, Homecoming 3, Foot-
ball 1, Intramural Sports 1,2, 3.4.
"He burns the midnight oil, but not always
for studies. "
"He gained no titles, but lost no friends. "
Baseball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2, Honors
Club 2, High Honors 1, Prom 3, Homecoming
2, 3,4, Assembly 2, "M" Club 3,4, Intramural
DORA RAY WILLIAMS
"Take my advice5 sometimes it pays to be
seen and not heard."
FBLA 45 Monitor 25 Prom 3.
MARY ANNA WILLIAMS
"She always does her best."
FHA 1,2,3,45 FTA 45 FBLA 45 Biology Club
25 Library Club 35 Annual Staff 45 Librarian
2, 3, 4.
SHARON SUE WRIGHT
'Her future is planned, third finger left
GAA 1, 25 Madrigals 15 Meistersinger 2,3,45
Honors Club 25 FBLA President 45 FTA 3,45
Homecoming Queen Candidate 45 Assembly
1, 2, 35 Prom 35 Intramural 15 Homecoming
2, 3,45 Music Contest 35 Chorus 1,2.
we greatly appreciate the assistance, co-
operation, and patience extended by Mr.
i-Ieape, Mr. Tilashalski, Mrs. Kupel and
Mrs. Page during their period of sponsorship.
"He can do most anything, and usually does
"Personality plus - a friend to us."
Football 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 "M"Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 25 Assembly 1, 2, 3,45 Prom 35
Homecoming 2, 3,45 Journalism Club 45
Sports Editor of Obelisk 4.
Because Sharon Graeff and Eddie
Willis make the most intricate
steps look easy they were chosen
"Best Dancers" among the Seniors.
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With the exception of one year when there was no Homecoming Parade, the class of '58 has con-
sistently won top honors for school floats. Sparked by excellent class spirit, hard work, and capable
leadership, the Seniors wind up their last year with a blue -ribbon float, Steve Daniel, float chairman
poses in an impromptu picture of the winning float after gremlins in the photographer's camera snafued
the original shot.
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M. T, H, S. is now a part of Community Unit School District, No.
Mr. W. H. Carruthers, Superintendent, heads the Unit, Mr. James
Blackwood acts as Assistant Superintendent and M, T, H, S. Principal.
Mr. John Wathen is Director of Transportation and Assistant Principal
of M T l-I S
Seated: Mr, Sauer, Mr, Lavender, Mr. Fisher - President, Mr, Wides.
Standing: Mr. Prost - Treasurer, Mr. Wathen - Secretary, Mr. Wil-
l02 liams, Mr. Caraway, Mr. McLaughlin, Mr. Blackwood.
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we are indeed grateful to our secretaries who help
our school function smoothly, to our cooks who serve
us hot meals each day, to our custodians who keep our
campus and buildings clean and orderly.
to those they serve
MR, WA LDRON
OFFICE SECRETARIES1 Miss Stewart and Mrs. Gardner
CUSTODIANS: Mr, Webb, Mr. McBride, and Mr. COOKS: Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Rowald
Williams: also Mr. Steuvens and Mr. Craine who
are not pictured,
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The crtrzens of the area rn the June electron of 1957 voted for a new Communrty Unrt Drs
trrct McElva1n school prctured above located rn the northwest part of the cornmumty rs the
newest burldrng of the Murphysboro Umt Drstrrct Tlus attractrve school was just recently com
pleted Other schools rncluded rn our new drstnct are Orchard Hrlls Carver Mt Carbon Doug
las Washrngton Logan Longfellow Lrncoln Worthen and Logan Iunror Hrgh School Our new
Junror Hrgh School whrch has been named for the Supermtendent of our Umt Wrllram H
Carruthers wrll be completed next year
One of the many nrce thrngs that have come about smce our Umt D1str1ct was formed rs thrs
fleet of buses Manned by helpful frrendly drrvers these buses not only get the students to and
from school all over the unrt but have enabled the students to attend out of town school affarrs
at rmnrmum costs The drrvers are from left to nght Elsworth Evans, Ivan Lrrely Chester
Kessel Fred McDan1el Gene Lyerla Albert lmhoff Isaac Wrsely Harry Reeves Dan Krng
Loren Brewer and Bert Reeves also Clrff Wrllrams who rs not prctured
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It doesn't take a crystal ball to see that good things are in store for Murphysboro in the future.
Through a civic drive we are assured of a beautiful new hospital. Another addition to our town
is our very attractive new City Hall. This building is tangible proof of the upsurge in civic
pride that is helping Murphysboro gain a "Forward Look. " A new housing development to re-
place many of the homes destroyed by the tornado will be under way by summer,
Tornadoes in December are rare. The twister, which ripped through Murphysboro, December
18, was even more of a rarity because it was the second one to slam the town in 32 years. Even
if the housing developments, repairs, and rehabilitation programs are fulfilled, even if all the
physical scars are repaired, it will be a long time before the memories of the tornado die.
Members of the Senior Class turned out nearly 100 per cent and many other students worked long
exhausting hours to give assistance, where needed, in the chaos which followed the storm.
try.: Mayor of Murphysboro, Joe E. Williams,
' has governed our city efficiently.
Murphysboro 's Fire Chief Urba Hanson ,.,--a
and Police Chief George Rodman fnot
picturedj do a good job of keeping our
Beckman Implement Co
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B Sc K Furmture Co
Borgsm1ller Iohn F Wholesaler
Borgsrruller Henry 81 Sons
Borgsmrller, W I M D
Bowers and Son Hardware
Cannrng 8: Son
Chapman Rollo Fumrture
Crty Natronal Bank
Court House Barber Shop
Crawford s Jewelry and Muslc
Dr Pepper Bottlrng Co lnc
Ed s Sport Shop
Edwards Hardware Co
Egyptian Sales Agency
E111S Edw Kent M D
Esposrto Andrew M D
Fmgar Robert, Abstract Co
F1rst Natronal Bank
Fraternal Order of Eagles
Glenn s Appllance Co
Golden Rule Lrfe Insurance
Gurette Decoratlng Servrce
Gulf Mobxle and Oluo Ra1lroad Co
Hartleb H H M D
Krmmel Roger Real Estate 8: Ins
Huffman Furnrture Co
Hufnagel Cleaners and Dyer
I1l1no1s Electnc and Gas Co
Omar Jones Attorney
McDonald W State Representatwe
Marlow s Theatre
Mamn O11 Company, Inc
Meyer Denny Funeral Home
Mrdwest Da1ry Products
M1ssour1an Offlce Supply Co
Mohlenbrock Wm D M D
Montgomery Ward and Co
Murphysboro Chlropractors Drs
Thompson Mrlls Amerman, and
Murphysboro Lumber Co
Ozburn Glenn W D D S
Porter Bros Motor Sales, Inc
Robrnson J S D D S
Rodewald H H M D
Sanders Pnntrng Company
Smrth Store Parnt Glass Wallpaper
ondag R F M D M
Southern Ill1no1s Publlcatron nc
Square Deal Clothang House
Swafford Lumber and Mfg Co
Tmdall Harry D Insurance
Waldron 8a Boudet Cabrnet Shop
Ward J W Transfer
Weatherly I A M D
W 1S H W D D S
Woolworth F W C
Wolff Charles R D
We wlsh to thank the Patrons who have helped to make our 1958 Cumson and Corn possrble
Let us show our apprecratron by grvrng them our support
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A man s worth 15 best measured by hrs contnbuuon to humamty By thu standard Iulran
F Weatherly has left an mdelrble mark on the pages of trme To know Rrdge as he was
affecuonately known was to love h1m Whether rn the classroom or on the fleld of athletrcs
that he loved so much Rrdge always gave of hrmself to the fullest of lus abrlmes and energy
knew hrm the hrghest rdeals of loyalty devotron to duty Christian hvmg, and love of lrfe
qualiues he always sought to develop rn the youth he loved so well and served wrth such dedr
To hrs mynad of fnends he leaves the knowledge that he has left the world a httle better
than he found rt Hrs favonte quotat1on was when the one great Scorer comes to wnte
against your name, He wntes not that you won or lost but how you played the game We need
not fear for Rrdge for he played well and he played by the rules
The welfare of those he served he placed above that of himself. "Ridge" personified, to all who
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