Staunton High School - Echo Yearbook (Staunton, IL)

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HAROLD DIEL 1, Harold Die1 Superintendent Prineipalas M essage Iwould like to urge that you consider carefully "your yardstick" for success. Along with your attempts to prepare for earning do not forget to train now for an appreciation of the spiritual values of life. Develop now good habits of living, and a character of which you may be proud. Develop now an interest in some form of good wholesome recreation. Do these things now for as someone has well said, "What you are to be, you are now becoming. " MR. W. K. BINGMAN Board of Education Q anuvl Y' Back row, left to right: William Hasse, Charles Sievers, Louis Jacobs, Raymond France. Front row, left to right: F, W, Stallmann, Robert Ackerman, John Vesper. Our Secretary Cooks Custodians MISS LUCILLE YAUORNIK MRS, WEBER MR. SCHNARE MRS, COOL MR, SHARP MRS, WILLIAMS MR PICKERING '. 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' ,Amr ,.i "fW"'.'-'r Y M, T Q WWAQ 'S 4 4 me E A 'T' -,', 4 f N 1 " af' li- f mf Y ' H - ,Vg ,I M' f ' ,x Mr 'H fy. rficers Senior DICK YAEGER - ------ - - - President BILL RENNER - - - ---- Vice President HULDA MENKE ----- Secretary-Treasurer Junior KEN MONSCHEIN --------- President JOHN TUSCAN - - - - -Vice President ELETRA DCVRIES - - ---- Secretary MARYANN BEYER - - - - Treasurer Sophomore Freshman Willard Scheller - - - ------ Pfegidgnt Ralph Jacobs ------------ President Roger Schnaare -------- Vice President Ioan Jensen - - ---- Vice President Margaret Ackermann - Secretary-Treasurer Ada Did - - ' ' SeClC!3l'Y'TlC8SU1'el' ,V P-,A TOY!!!-Y -duh!!! Q" f , , 'km'faJi" WJ . , W ' 1 " Kimi:- M. , .Ju in 'Fl' Q 'nazi' rf' :L Q Seniors KENNETH BENTRUP Ambition - Farming Glee Club 1, 2, 3: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Treas urer 2, 3. 'Beware of the silent type. " JANET BOOTH Ambition - Office work Livingston 1, 2: Class Plays 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Fall Festival 1, 2. 'As a helpful friend, there is no end. " JACKIE BRADLEY Ambition - Nursing Class Secretary 1: GRA 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Contest 1, 2, 4: Queen 4: Vespers 1, 2, 3, 4: Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. Dancing is her delight: To jitterbug? That's right! " NANCY BROZICH Ambition - Office work Chorus ,1, 2, 3, 4: FHA 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2: Vespers 1, 2, 3, 4: Contest Chorus 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4: Paper Staff 4. , . . and she can cook tool' LARRY CALDIERARO Ambition - College Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: "S" Club 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 'lf I knew you were coming, I'd have baked a cake. NATALIE CIGNETTI Ambition - Teaching FTA 2: Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep 1, 2, 3: Student Coun- cil 4, Secretary 4: Class Secretary 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3 4: Contest 1, 2, 3, 4: Crownlng 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Play 2, 3, 4: Senior P. Vespers 1, 2, 3, 4: Paper 2, 4: Yearbook 4. "Just call me Flo, I talk in a steady stream. " IANICE COATNEY Ambition - Office work and College FTA 1, 2, Historian 1, 2: FHA 1, 2, 3. 4. Historian 2, President 3, Parliamentarian 4: Pep Club 1, 2. 3: Spanish 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Con. 1, 2, 4: Speech Con. 3, 4: Gownlng 1: Homecoming Play 4: Vespers 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 4. As pretty as the picture she paints. " RICHARD FIORI Ambition - Go to work Football 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4: 'S' Club 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. DELTA IARMAN Ambition - Teaching FHA 1, 2, 3: FTA 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3. Flying around is fun: so why land. " LEONARD JOHNSON Choice of car? Chrysler by far' CAROL KARLOVIC Ambition - College Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 2: Pep Club 1, 3: Homecoming Play 3, 4: Senior P. 4: Contest P. 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4: Crowning 4: Vespers 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech Contest 3, 4. The World is a stage, and all the men and women merely players. " E. BILL LORSON Ambition - Engineer Class President 1: Vice President 3: Student Coun- cil 4: Football 3, 4, Letter 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 4: Track 3: Mixed Chorus 1, 3, 4: Contest Chorus 1, 3, 4: Speech Contest Play 4: Homecoming P. 4: Senior P. 4: Crowning 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 2: Yearbook staff 3, 4, Edi- tor 4: Drum Major 2: "S" Club 4. "Dancer, Prancer, what a romancerl' Semors HENRY HAFERKAMP Ambition - Go to work Dance Band 1, 3, 4, Manager 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: German 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Music Con. 1, 2, 3, 4: Crowning 1, 2, 3, 4. Beware, that hornl" ROSE ANN HENKE Ambition - Commercial teaching or office work FHA 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: GRA 2: Glee Club 1: Chorus 2, 3: Crowning 2, 3: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Music Contest 1, 2, 3: Librarian 2. Some blondes can write shorthand. " IO ANN HINNRICHS Ambition - Business School FHA 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3 Quietly on her way, never having much to say. " LEOTA I ACK SON Ambition - Teacher GRA 1, 2: FHA 1, 2, 4: Glee Club: Chorus 4: Vespers 4: Senior Play 4, Small but mighty! " eniors DON MANCELL Ambition - Band or classic work Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 4, Student Conductor 3, 4: Dance Band 1, 3, 4, President 3, 4: Glee Club 1: German Club 2, 3, 4: Band Contest 1, 2, 3, 4: Solo and Ensemble 3, 4: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Crowning 1, 2, 3, 4: Vespers 1, 2, 3: Senior Play fmuslcy 4. 'He likes his girls trim and slim " ALFRED MAYBERRY 'We all like him: it isn't hard. " JOY MELTON Ambition - Clerical work FTA 1, 2, Vice President 1, 2: Secretary Student Council 3: FHA 1, 2: Yearbook 4: German 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Cheerleader 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Contest Chorus 1, 2, 4: Speecll Con. 2, 4: Home- coming Play 3: Contest P. 2, 4: Senior P. 4: Ves- pers 2, 3, 4. 'Neat and sweet from head to feet. " HARRY MENGELKAMP Ambition - College Class President 3: Yearbook 3, 4: "S" Club 4: Paper Staff 4: Football 1, 2, 4, Letter 4: Track 3, 4, Letter 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Crowning 3, 4: Homecoming Play 4: Senior Play 4. Generally speaking: always speaking. " Q57 LORETTA MLEKUSH Ambition - Business School FHA 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 3: GRA 1, 2: Bowling 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2: Paper Staff 4: Yearbook 3: Vespers 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Librarian 3. "She's always jumping for joy. " PAT MUENSTERMANN Ambition - Work Football 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3, 4: Track 3, Letter 3 Baseball 3, 4, Letter 3, 4: "S" Club 4: Chorus 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Contest Chorus 4: Crownlng 4: Senior P. : Homecoming Play 4. 'If worry caused death, I would live forever. " RUSSELL ODEN Ambition - College Yearbook 4: Student Council 4: Chorus 2, 3: Music Contest 3: Crowning 3: Homecoming Play 4. 'Never in a hurry, but he gets there. " BILL RENNER Ambition - College Class President 2, Vice President 1, 4: German 2, 3: "S" Club 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4: Track 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Contest Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Play 2, 3: Vespers 1: Senior Play. 'He prefers Junior girls. " ,yr M y .fm r M f .. z 'li' ," .4gjl.Qf ' .qw ,, fa? if? '33 2 f' is VF W L ., Q , 3 , maj "" ,U ,ff W, MW A Q J,-gr W ,gm "w M K .-- .., -1,-JT' . . - "5 X22 Sixhu, 1 . X '-er. 4: H ff ' ' W ,VEk1 ' It g ,F 4 .s1hg:e '-Q5 ' at fi 2? ,. n N ' A vf' 2 1 5 N " 2 A' 3 w,. My 5, i f f ,, Y , . . H s-. Q X W W, jg: ' W 'Z i Z Q xiii? . 1 A ,, 'Swag .jf Seniors DON STERNES Ambition - Work FFA 3, 4, Vice President 4: Chorus 1, 2: Football 1: Crown- ing 1, 2: Class Vice President 2. Not a ladies' rnan???????" JANET VALENT Ambition - Office Work Pep Club 1, 2, 3: German Club 2, 3, 4: Band 1, cer 4: Chorus 3, 4: Vespers 3, 4: Music Contest 1, 2, 3, 4: FHA 1, 2, 3: GRA 1, 2: Bowling 3: Yearbook 3. What would the world be like without men?' F ANCHON VARWIG Ambition - Office work Pep Club 1, 2, 3: FHA 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, Ain't she sweet?" SHIRLEY WALLACE Ambition - Office work Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Fl-IA 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, Chorus 4: Music Contest 2: Librarian 1, 2. Short Stuff. " 3, 4. 2, 3, 4: Mixed 2, 3, 4, Offi- RUTH WALZ Ambition - Lab Technician Class Secretary 2: Paper staff 2, 4: Treasurer Pep Club 2: Student Council, Vice President 3, President 4: FTA Presi- dent 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Contest 1, 2, 4: Speech Con- test 2, 3, 4: Crowning 1: Homecoming Play 2, 3, 4: Vespers 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Play: D, A, R, Award 4 "Be good and be liked. " MARVIN WEBER Ambition - Work Glee Club 1: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4: Sentinel 2, 3. Give me an acre of land, a plow and a girl. " CHARLES WIESMANN Ambition - Farming FFA 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2. A cute personalitv " DICK YAEGER Ambition - Veterinarian Football 1, 2, 3, Letter 3: Track 3: Baseball 1, 2: German Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: 'S' Club 4: Class President 4. Almost related to coach. " Seniors RONALD YARNIK Ambition - work Spanish Club 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Base ball 2, 3, 4, Letter 4. "I'm not as useless as they say. " HULDA MENKE Ambition - Modeling school Senior Play 4. "A smile is her umbrella. " LUCILLE PAUL Ambition - Office work FHA 4: Hi-Tri 3: Edwardsville H, S, 1, 2, 3. 'You don't have to be tall to get on the ball. " RICHARD SCHUBERT Ambition - Work "Find his person at a locker on the second floor. " KAREN SIMONS Ambition - Business School "I'm not as bashful as I look. " MARY JANE BRYANT Ambition - Office Work Livingston 1-L S, 1, 2, 3: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Vespers 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Fall Festival 3: Crowning 3: Chorus 4: Music Contest 4. "l've got rhythm. " Honors Valedictorian - CAROL SCHMUTZLER Salutatorian - RUTH WALZ Bill Lorson, Karen Simons, Natalie Cignetti, Carol Karlovic, Joy Melton Shirlee Robeza, Shirley Wallace, Janet Valent, Carol Soens, Delta Jarman Leonard Johnson Y 4' Q :FL 5 aw - if Q 40.--1 ' . if ., X. A I ' I X I f ,i I 5 Q' .- 1 . X' 'ff .-. Ai V ,N lg: sf ' 1' V 7,44 xfg Q s'6ii," i. "1A f ' .' . '- ' V ' x7',, fl ui:-4" I' - 3, .M .g CQ fl' Q 5. ' Y , ' Q ' 0 .5 . ' t -5713.5 F., Q ." 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MARILYN SCANZONI JACKIE SCHAEFER LESLIE SCHARDAN GERALD SCHERFF LEONARD SCHERFF -an ,-'G f 2 -M Ex ,, .V . I 1 ., ,, 'Y t 5 fx 15 N 1, mf 'a ,Q 4? 'N Juniors wi KEN SCHMUTZLER V IANICE SCHULMEISTER ,A , 5 Q' Er 4. E j :Sd KEN SMITH A A iff MARVIN sTE1N SHIRLEY STIPCAK MARY STRAUB 3 DAVID STRUEEIG . KEN SUHRE JOHN D. TUSCAN RAMONA wA1,TEP,s 1:05 A LA 46 A 'Q IANICE WATSON R TED WENNER ' E ff E or 1:7 , EUGENE WIESEMAN IRMA WINDAU HAROLD ZUDE SHIRLEY HODAPP L E bivvt A-, A EQ W Q fs G -of 2 an -.-4,1 ", ww-7 'UW vhx 40' 'l' :iq 4' 'V '-1' 'fri -dk 'QE ,,,.,,, Q "Iv xr-A luv 74: 046 Avnuete 'St' "' 9 If 44 M ophomores Margaret Ackerman Donna Barna Jack Boster Bob Davls La Vonne Frcker Melvm Greear IoLene Hebenstrert Jim Agoras Slurlee Bartony Lela Conroy Davld Denney Clara Lee Flscher James l-lasse Mrchael Helgert Arlen Anschurz Eugene Bentrup Jxm Brusack Donald Dermey Donald Forrester Mary Ann Hasse Wayne Hememeyer Shrrley Bloemker Annette Bmney Ronald Buffrngton Raymond Duda Lorrame Frey Grlbert Hebenstrert Bert Hendrlcks Rrchard Bahn Tommy Booth Bob Colbert Darlene Dworzynskr Eugene Fnzzo Jo Ann Hebenstrert Fred l-lochmuth , .V ' V ' A I, Q J? "' 3 1 W . 3 no Y ' . 0 . "Q ' ' E M I -4 .V N. V A 11 B- B V 'Q B 'I '-2? ""'x V if B, rv B' , 'S . 'Sf B X A C "ff M'-5 Y fu ? 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Sophomores Bert Holloway, Barbara Krug, Coyla Masinelli, Leo Nardin, August Ricono, Roger Schnaare, Linda Streeb, Lanida Jacobs, Fred Lamb, Jackie McLeod. Mildred Nicholas, Gail Ruckstuhl, Larry Senaldi, Betty Streubel, Carl Johnson, Gary Langley, Shirley Meyer, Roger Perrin, Margaret Rummer, JoAnn Sminchak, Norma Sturm, Leon Kelso, Jack Mahota, Bill Mosser, Dale Peters, Willard Scheller, Shirley Smith, Betty Tretter, Richard Knaus, Eddie Marra, Laura Muenstermann, Glenda Probst, Ruth Schmidt, Frank Stanko, Richard Vojas. ' lf' .. ' A 5 1 K' , We i h . V fvll 'F A Q .Cfvj A Q V, ' n if x A V 'I ' ' I ,I Q, 'ffm I 2 v .. w 1. 1. X35 0 gg , A "' 1.05 'il' ' .gif sl' FRESHMEN ? G Te Q:- Q 'S B , A 5211- f. 'ZX M m if 'M .V ac V sh , 1 I - , , qc' 1 1 K 1 1 . , 1 4 9 rm, l -ay ..., ! ,.: wg 'Sat Q Q V fn, l ,aux ?f72. 'W "Fi " ' . Q? V fy awyy ltg, 4 g ii . ,X 5,1 gs- 6 1, J. ,V , t . i , TI, M '! an fb-.tx XI, 'rx rs... IN P A l ' ,4...xf.lL ' N. f Uv' I ' 2 f 4 S ns cg C 'Q ' 1' "' , UV ,f 44 V, vu I F Freshmen Nancy Abendroth, Doris Albrecht, Eddie Banovz, Mary Beinke, Rose Ann Bianco, Kathryn Bird, Delmar Blase, Sharon Bloemker, Noel Bond, Sandra Bondy, Vinson Boster, Homer Brakhane, Gary Bronstein, Larry Bruhn, Robert Buffington, Judy Calcari, Kay Coatney, Kenny Costa, Thomas Coyne, Robert Crab- tree, Ada Jean Diel, Dale Dudas, Betty Dustrnan, Marilyn Eihausen, Marvin France, David Gasper, Bernard Gaudi, Joan Gaul, Walter Haase, Alfred Hagemann, Ted Hancock, Kenny Haustein, Judy Helm, Louise Hoehn, Jerry Horne. - s fi m -1 'J ps-J I k ' 4 E Y fl.: if 'J I , 'A - sf -9 Q 1 J J . , ' it J X 'Q s 'Ti 157' s'-T G! '13 Q J fa 0 a 'Y ,A - 3, is K, ' "7 X5 X ' '45 R 'qi Freshmen Ralph Jacobs, Joan Jensen, ,Sandra Jung, Sandra Kaskatus, John Lesich, Beverly Lich, Edward Lowry, Wayne Masinelli, Helene Mayberry, Robert McKay, Larwrence Meier, Paul Menges, Joseph Menke, Car- men Oehler, Dale Ott, Cecilia Perok, Grace Saottini, Robert Scates, Ruth Scherff, Carol Schmidt, Russell Schuette, Jo Ann Schwandner, Velma Sievers, Gloria Smiddy, Carol Sternickle, Lee Stirrup, John Sueubel. Marlene Valent, Beverly Westhoff, Patricia Williams, Elaine Windau, Dorcas Yaeger. OOPS FORGOT THESE SOPHOMORES Darlene Wenner Bernice Wessel Jim Williamson Marilyn Wisnasky Gerald Yarnik , - ? , H' an 2345 no A J -V.. A L, 45 13' J "" 'iz' X ,Q Q Student Council - - ------ - - President Ruth Walz - - - Len Scherff - - - -Vice President Natalie Cignetti - - - -Secretary Roger Perrin - - - Treasurer 4 As this is our second year of existence, we have tried to prove that the Student Council is a worth while organization. Some of our achievements during the past year have been: 1. The installation of the Coca-Cola machine, from which we received programs for basket balL and football games. 2. The scheduling of the assembly programs for next year. 3. Helping in choosing a company to buy class rings. 4. Distribution and collecting for class pictures for which we received a profit. 5. Presentation of an interesting movie for students and faculty. 6. Last, but not least, we have vigorously worked these past months on the organization of the Bulldog Dugout. ' We sincerely hope our work has proved satisfactory to everyone. Seniors: Juniors: Sophomoresg Freshmen: Advisors: Natalie Cignetti Secretary Ruth Walz, Natalie Cignetti, Russell Oden, Bill Lorson Connie Hendricks, Jackie Ottino, ben Scherff, Jerry Bradley Clara Fischer, Margaret Rummer, Roger Perrin, Jack Mahota Carol Sternicle, Judy Calcari, Ken Costa, Russell Schuette Mr. Kelso, Miss Gerhardt 0- 15 'U f V 4 gs ' Q, 2 , . I , Q ,t 'ff 5 M R 2 l -9 Af , , , I , 23 Ns fir I U Ay! sr uf- '55 'G' 02 fs . Y a f K' ,f L1 gl ,ff Q Q? I'l 1. 5 'X n " 3' H. 'M , 1 Marchzng Band DENOTES Marchmg Band Members Dance Band 'B W-viii sw Left to right Bob sherfy Don Mancell Dave Strebig Roger Fleming Henry Haferkarnp, Roger Perrin, Jack Mahota, Dave Barton. Concert Band FLUTES 'Judy Bingmann 'Kathy Davis 'Betty Struebel Bb CLARINETS 'Janet Valent, Vice 'Roger Perrin 'Dave Barton 'Mary Haferkamp 'Mildred Nicholas 'Judy Schuette 'Margaret Ackerman 'Clara Lee Fischer 'Ada Jean Diel 'Barbara Krug 'Carmen Oehler 'August Ricono 'Jackie McLeod 'Jo Ann Sminchak 'Lorraine Bednar OBOES 'Ann Hetzel 'Helen Schodel President Eb CLARINET Lanida Jacobs CORNETS 'Don Mancell, Student Conductor ' Henry Haferkamp ' Marvin France 'Dick Coyne 'Richard Marquis 'Betty Dustman FRENCH HORNS 'Kay Coatney Ken Monschein 'Russell Masenelli 'Gerald Schmutzler TROMBONES Jerry Bradley ' 'Walter Haase 'Mary Lyerla 'John Ficker MAJORETTE ALTO SAXOPHONE 'Jack Mahota, President Dale Ott TENOR SAXOPHONE 'Joan Jensen BARITONE SAXOPHONE Roger Fleming BARITONE 'Bill Sherfy, Secretary Treasurer BASSES 'Bob Sherfy 'Dave Struebig DRUMS 'Eddie Lowry 'Judy Klein Mary Ann Hasse Janice Coatney TWIRLERS: Lanida Jacobs, Laura Muenstermann, Norma Sturm, Linda Streeb Music Contest On March 6, a group of contestants went to Greenfield to compete in the I, H, S, A, District music contest. Ad- vanced to the State Finals were, the Madrigal Group, including: Sally Johnson, Janice Coatney, Sherry High- lander, Marilyn Hoehn. Elitra DeVrles, Kathy Davis, Joy Melton, Marvin France, Bob Sherfy, Bill Renner, Dave Barton and Dick Schellerg and the Brass Sextet, consisting of Kenny Monschein, Jerry Bradley, Bill Sherfy, Bob Sherfy, Don Mancell and Henry Haferkamp. Superior Ratings were won by Don Mancell, Cornet Solo: Natalie Cignetti, Piano Solo and Jerry Bradley, Baritone Solo. Second ratings were won by Ken Monschein, Baritone Solo: Henry Haferkamp, Trumpet Solo: Sally Johnson, Soprano Solo: a boys' quartet, Bill and Bob Sherfy, Jerry Bradley and Ken Monscheing and a clarinet quartet, Janet Valent, Margaret Ackerman, Dave Barton and Roger Perrin. Third ratings were won by Janice Coatney, Mezzo Soprano Solo: Myra Foulk, Piano Solos Roger Perrin, Clarinet Solo and Kathy Davis Flute Solo. Future Farmers of America Q Q Future Homemakers of America be First row, left to right: C. Fisher, I. Schuelmeister, M. Beyer, R. Schmidt, J. Klein, M Erhausen C Pirok, I. Schwandner, M. l-landshy, M. Ahrens, M. Wisnasky, S. Meyer, J. Hebenstrext. Second row C. Bond, B. Tretter, M. Ackerman, C. Sternickle, S. Wallace, J. Coamey, J. Bradley E De Vnes L. Jackson, A. Diel, D. Barna, L. Jacob, L. Conroy, K. Coamey, G. Probst. Third row Miss Gerhardt, M. Hoehn, L. Paul, L. Frey, D. Yaeger, L. Conroy, D. Lorenz, R. Scherff, B. Westhoff B L1ch K Hoehn, G. Saottini, E. Windau, I. Schaefer, E. Windau, S. Stipcak, J. Hebenstreit, C Oebler R Walters. Fourth row: J. Oebler, L. Ficker, M. Beinke, K. Bird, R. Bianco, C. Schmidt V Seivers S Bondy, J. Helm, I. Jenson, N. Ahendroth, M. Byrant, M. Straub, S. Bartony. President ------------- ------- Vice President ---- Secretary-Treasurer Reporter ------ 1-nswmn--- ----------- ---- Song Leader ---- QQ -r NNAkER- CNNY. bc? Sb , 4 f 4. 2 I 79 4 Elm! g .4.... 1 I '1 IZ, " ONNYX Marilyn Hoehn Lavonne Ficker - Carole Bond -Clara Fischer ' ' 'DODI13 BUD3 Elitra De Vries German Club wee- Top row: R. Schnaare, H. Haferkamp, B. sherfy, D. Mancell, F. Lamb, R. Fleming, B. Lorson, B. Sherfy, B. Renner, D. Barnon, R. Perrin. Second row: G. Bronstein, T. Wenner, I. Tuscan, R. Duda, S. Bartony, R. Schmidt, M. Wisnasky, A. Binney, I. Klein, D. Yaeger, W. Heinemeyer, R. Buffing- ton, Mr. Grothen. Bottom row: I. Melton, R. Walz, I. Valent, J. Jensen, A. Hetzel, C. Lueker, V. Davison, K. Davis, R. Henke, E. DeVries. panish Club Top row: L. Nardin, J. Agoras, P. Menges, G. Yarnik, D, Packard, R. Yarnik. S. Kaskatus, L. Cal- dieraro, B. Puto, L. Johnson, J. Haase, L. Kelso, J. Mahota. Second row: M. Beinke, K. Bird, A. Diel, D. Yaeger, I. Helm, S. Bloemker, B. Dusrman, J. McLeod, H. Mayberry, C. Hendrichs, J. Ottino, C. Karlovic, C. Massinelli, M. Ackerman, D. Jarman, C. Schmutzler, N. Abendroth, Mrs. Yakos. Bottom row: C. Oehler, S. Perrone, D. Pervinsek, H. Agoras, P. Biscan, S. Hodapp, K. Coamey, C. Soens, N Cignetti M Scanzoni I Coatney I Calcari G Saortini Boys, Glee Club First row, left to right: J. Lesich, K. Suhre, D. Peters, B. Sherfy, R. Davis, W. Haase, B. Gaudi, M. France, G. Bronstein, J. Tuscan. Second row: R. Scates, R. Scheller, J. Horne, D. Dudas, L. Johnson, B. Renner, B. Sherfy, B. Mosser, M. Heighrt, V. Boster, J. Hasse, R. Perrin, Mr. Grothan. Third row: E. Lowry, J. Bradley, R. Crabtree, L. Kelso, W. Massinelli, B. Lorson, P. Muenstermann, W. Heine- meyer, T. Wenner, T. Wenner, D. Barton. Girls' Glee Club Q QQQA First row, leftto right: S. Perroni, I. Blom, R. Walters, H. Agoras, L. Dubree, J. Ottino, J. Melton, J. Calcari, L. Streeb, R. Lesich. Second row: S. Highlander, S. Johnson, C. Luker, C. Hendricks, M. Hoehn, M. Beyer, M. Rummer, C. Fisher, K. Davis, L. DeVries, J. Bradley, L. Jackson, C. Pirok, R. Walz, D. Pervincik, A. Hetzel, J. Coatney. Third row: C. Bond, N. Brozich, K. Coatney, C. Sternickle S. Smith, G. Probst, D. Lorenz, L. Conroy, F. Varwig, J. Hinnrichs, L. Frey, D. Yaeger, B. Dustman, L. Hoehn, S. Stipcak, I. Windau, K. Grimm, Mr. Grothan, Fourth row: J. Oehler, M. Bryant, M. Lyerla, E. Windau, C. Oehler, M. Beinke, L. Jacobs, A. Diel, M. Haase, C. Massinelli, L. Ficker, J. Hebenstreit, D. Bama. M. Ackermann, R. Smidt, M. Wynaske, M. Scanzoni. Fifth row: V. Sievers, J. Schwandner, C. Smith, K. Bird, G. Saottini, N. Abendroth, J. Jenson, M. Eihausen, R. Bianco, J. Helm, S. Bondy, J. Schaffer, J. Hebenstreit. Paper Staff CJ 17 First row, left to right: Nancy Brozich, Kathy Davis, Carol Soens, Ruth Walz, Clara Luker, Marilyn Scanzoni, Janice Coatney, Elitra DeVries. Second row: Loretta Mlekush, Mrs. Davis, Roger Perrin, Dave Barton, Harry Mengelkamp, Dick Scheller jerry Bradley, Mr. Grothen, Natalie Cignetti. Librarians 1 Left to right: Shirley Bartoni, Miss Allen, Joan Jensen, Shirley Bloemker, Darlene wenner, Sandra Perone, Shirley Stipcat, Erma windau, Shirley Hodapp. 'fu 9 , 6 ' f?q,,x ,pasqq .0 , 'Y , X 1-Of 5 N .fi '- mul-Q ' YE? ' we 'wsg,'!Mb f . S" .N ' xv -- , ff , ,. 1 U , V, , .S aa f 9 ' f :-Q ' . Lk ' .'i v . 'U N'Q 0 :fb 14 4.8, .1 NS: -. ug! ,f 'K ,, 2 gy is ul U ,- Q' Q 2 Q 1.7 f fgff Q" 1,-2. 'Q Q " ef-S ff, Q-.4 ' -1. 'I' - - " Oo fy Q N, Q Q ,it ','O .-.a J? Homecoming ueen 1953- 54 Queen Jackie Queen - JACKIE BRADLEY Escort - PAT MUENSTERMANN First Maid of Honor SANDY KASKATUS Escort KEN COSTA Third Maid of Honor Attendants SHERRY HIGHLAN DER MARILYN HOEHN Escort .TERRY KARL DAVE PACKARD Attendants CAROL STERNICKLE BERNARD GAUDI Second Maid of Honor LAVON FICKER Escort ROGER PERRIN Attendants CAROL KARLOVIC BILL LORSON Attendants DONNA BARNA WAYNE HEINEMEYER H omecommg Play 0 1 953 u 'V ,J Agnes - - Wilfred - - - Pilone ------ Augusta Applegate Diana Clump ----- Orpha Teel ----- Ruthie Teel - - - Millie Bromsley - Baxter Bromsley - June Bromsley - - Richard White - - Herman Howell - - Robert Hanley - - Prompts: ---- Directed by: BARBARA YAKOS CAST ' " ' JACKIE OTTINO - - -KEN MONSCHEIN ' ' JERRY BRADLEY - - - - RUTH WALZ - - CAROL KARLOVIC ' ' IANICE LOATNEY - - KATHRYN DAVIS - NATALIE CIGNETTI PAT MUENSTERMANN MARILYN SCANZONI HARRY MENGELKAMP - - - - -BILL LORSON - - -RUSSELL ODEN - -CAROL SOENS Speech Contest L-Q First row, left to right: Bill Lorson, Ruth Walz, Joy Melton, Carol Karlovic, Jerry Bradley. Second row: Kathy Davis, Elitra DeVries, Bert Davis, Ken Monschein, Roger Perrin, Janice Coatney, Jackie Ottino, Mrs. Yakos. On February 27, the above group went to Virden High School, where they competed with ll other schools in the Illinois High School district speech contest. Under the direction of Mrs Barbara Yakos, fourth place ratings were won by the play, Roger Perrin, Kathy Davis, Janice Coamey, and fifth place by Jackie Ottino. The cast of the play, 'High Window. " Bill Lorson Judge Stephen Craig Ruth Walz Emily Winthrop Carol Karlovic Linda Norton Jerry Bradley Walter Hodge Joy Melton Judith Ware Individuals: Janice Coatney Dramatic Reading "King Lear's Daughters" Roger Perrin Oratorical Declamation "Without A Song' Kathy Davis Extempore Verse Reading Jackie Ottino Radio Broadcasting Robert Davis Comedy Reading 'Let There Be Man' Elena De Vries Original Monologue "Lil 'ol Georgia" Ken Monschein Original Oration "Our Job To Win or Lose QYWOT ' J,- Z S u , ' I of April 23 A CAST Vern Albright - - - - - - - Margie ---- Roberta ---- Freddie ---- Bill ------ Miss Sherman - - - Mrs. Odetts - - Mr. Honeywell Sir Sayid Nasif Assassin ---- Nurse ----- Ambassador - - - Prompter - - - Directed by ------- n . Q 2' .....- ' sl ,L al '5 1 ...ref 4 0 .Za ml I - - B111 Lorson - - - Ruth Walz - - Carol Karlovic - - - - B111 Rermer - - - - Bill Sherfy - -Natalie Cignetti - - - - - Ioy Melton - Leonard Johnson Harry Mengelkamp - - Pat Muensterrnann - - - -Carol Soens - - Hulda Menke - - Leoda Jackson Mrs. Barbara Yukos f u fb. 195-4 4: on : Class of 954 'Q' 5 , On the night of May 28, forty-six seniors came down the aisle of S, C, H, S, Audl- torium for the last time. It was both a happy and a sad occasion Happy because we would be free to find work or just 'loaf around. " Sad, because we would no longer be able to come back to S, C, H, S, and take part in the many activities there or feel a f part of the student body of this great seat of learning. We have had happy times and also times that were not so happy during our brief, four-yea.: stay here. We hope that the future students here will galn as much from her as we did, and we also hope that we have done some good for her. We hope that this good will live on and benefit the future generations as well as we have benefited from the past ones, who have gone before us. Our class will probably now spread out all over the nation and, perhaps, the world, but we hope that some day we shall be able to get together once again. If we never can, we know that we will always be together in our hearts. Speaker - - - - - Dr. Frank Everxull Solos by - - ------ Bob Sherfy Dick Scheller Don Mancell Class presented by - - - -Mr. W. K. Bingmann Please excuse the lack of photos, our photog had a little bad luck. 1 fi I '. . ew, ..,.- , mi, 404 ,, 4, , -f if Y YY ' 3 f L , Vf 5? f :ff "' I by li 5.11, if, 33,1 iff W., I IJ A" --La: , , N f A ik-1 L if 3 we 4 fi f M , Q f g. -5 x Y? 2 5 I s 1? W 5 15. 3 fg ,V 4 is x . , Qi. - QB? L ' .1 f- - f A , 4f Q wa f -link If in up St . Q31 I n x:.AMf L:-lf.. I Ill --..,,,x 1 if rl 4' f 4 . 'Q 1? 559.17-" .gf if Q-1 ff it fr A ? N 3 1' , A ,V , ,. . ,Q 'H lf",k9'ffE 'hfwzm A 'fn-'1'.f'Q3:'4 f -ft x 3 1- , X 4' s pf v ty ag 2 E W if l' fi- fk E I , S?f 5lH!z : Y. ,Wg . W: ? S. C. H. S. Parties 1953-54 Senior Snow Ball F. F, A. - F, H, A, Sweetheart Junior Halloween SPUUI-h F1059 Freshman Rose Garden German Banquet The Brains How'd she Bement Bound get here? September 4 Back to school 0 5 Football practice begins 19 Boom! First football game ,- 24 Magazine Sales - 'Good aftemoon, Mrs. Jones' October 9 Report Cards - 'You know, they mailed mine to my mother?' 16 Teachers Institute - 'Al-Il Freedom' 19 School Pictures - 'Watch the birdie. ' 21 Homecoming Play - 'There's a little bit of ham in all of us. " and Crowning - 'We finally got our queen! l" 28 TB Tests? No, just a picture about them. and The Junior Party sets our mind at ease. 29-30 " What? Institute again? Teachers must really be getting smart!! November 3 Assembly - YOUR FRIENDS, THE SNAKES - 'B-b-b-ut I'm scared' and to top it off, 'Ouchl " TB Tests 9 X-Rays - 'Will it hurt?" 12 'Swish' - Now 1t's basketball 20 "There's that long white envelope again. ' 26-27 Thank God for Thanksgiving and a chance to catch some sleep December 5 Sophomore Party - 'Dance anyone?' 13 Vesper's - Everyone ln a Christmasy mood 16 'Si Si Senor' - Spanish Fiesta 18- Christmas Vacation - two heavenly weeks of angels and rest? Jan. 4 Staunton's first in State Sextet The Managers I ohn and Smitty January 15 Grrr those semesters 23 Senior Snowball - reel nice February 3 Music from Heaven? - Spring Band Concert 11 F. H. A. - F, F. A, Sweetheart Party - Hail King Bo and Queen Le 24 "Ia, nun Wir" - German Party 26 More yellow papers with letters on 27 Speech Contest - "Friends, Romans, Countrymen etc. " March 6 District Music Contest - 'Love those contests" 9 Assembly, LIFE ALONG THE PAN-AMERICAN HIGHWAY - "quite a street 8-10 Classes' basketball tournament - Seniors reign supreme! l 11 Ag BOYS have them a speech contest 15 Whewl First deadline. 16 Wowl Home Ec's Style Show 20 Seniors become teachers - What? Teachers?????? 22 "Pant, Pant' - Track and baseball start 26 Freshmen have themselves a hop fthat's a dance to some peoplej April ' 6 Water Coolers connected - at last!! 11. 'But Dad, I really made a C, I don't deserve that F - er, report cards I0 Band and Chorus Contest - 'WE GO TO STATE! I I I I' 16-19 Easter Vacation - 'But I know that there's an Easter Btmnyl l " 20 Assembly - CAPTAIN HARRY, more snakes 21 Senior History Trip - 'Did you see that place where . . . " 23 Suddenly Seniors tum actm, stagehand etc. - Senior Play 24 Dairy Judging Contest - 'But I think that this one's better' 30 At last, State Final Music Contest. May 5 Music Festival - "It's a gr-and nite for singing' 14 Prom - Moonlight and Roses - "OH? We won't be home until morning' 23 Baccalaureate - We're nearing the end of our rope. 28 Graduation - farewell to good old SCHS June 20 ECHO put to bed. N:-ikq. Rx . 5 4 A --if s K 5 s ,,,.,..--"- :-N 50, ihv-5. 1 x yr N ,yu -l'5'Q,.- .JL 1 if. ,JV-1-V-'P-mv A L . ,f 4-Q, W . r . My , R if. 1' , . v- , an 'M r H e ,:qw.:-. .4 ., Q, 7? vb 1, -4 W- . ,- - 1 , 4 . , na fagfg,-7 .L . fx- g ng-yi' , . Sf X 1 'HBR' 51 mf 'fy' s 1 ' few f 1 6 it ff 3 'lr Q Q 1,3 'ibm A1 ULD 1 1L,D Season Top row: B. Lorson, Coach Edwards, Dick Yaegar, R. Fiori. L. Caldieraro, P. Muenstermann, L. Scherff. Middle row: B. Renner, L. Roddick, G. Langley, K. Costa. Bottom row: W. Masinelli, B. Gaudi. B. McKay, M. Valent. BULLDOGS 1953-54 RESULTS Cathedral 12 Staunton 7 Litchfield 25 Staunton 0 Edwardsville 0 Staunton 12 Gillespie 19 Staunton 6 Carlinville 7 Staunton 6 Bement 13 Staunton 6 Benld 6 Staunton 13 Assumption 19 Staunton 13 Mt. Olive 27 Staunton 0 LETTERMIEN LARRY CALDIERARO - Guard BOB FLETCHER - Guard ' BILL LORSON - Center ' DICK SCHELLER - Guard FRANK STANKO - Tackle GERRY SCHERFF - Tackle also COACH LASHMET Managers, KEN SMITH, DAV O E BARTON, JOHN TUSCAN . .-yn ,...... :inf . 1. 5:-L Basketball Team, Bottom row, left to right: John Tuscan, Bob Crabtree, Bob McKay, Russell Schuette, Bernard Gaudi, Delmar Blaze, Marlin Valent, Ken Costa, wayne Massinelli, Ralph Jacobs, Ken Smith. Middle row: Coach Edwards, Ken Monschein, Marve Stein, Bill Renner, Captain: Ray Duda, Dick Fiori., George Daech, Dave Packard, Harold Zude, Dick Scheller, Coach Lashmet. Top row: Rog Perrin, Fred Lamb, Jerry Bradley, Arlen Anschutz, Bert Hendricks, Allen Loeh, Bob Colbert, Bert Davis. The Bulldogs, with five returning lettermen, did well this year, considering their lack of height, which is so vital to a winning basketball team. They finished with a 13 wins and 13 losses record despite this handicap. They were also third in the county tournament and third in the confer- ence. Even when they lost, they displayed a fighting spirit, which can make all of S, C, H, S, proud of them. Staunton Bunker Hill Staunton 55 Jerseyville Staunton Northwestern Staunton 65 Carlinville Staunton Gillespie County Tournament - Staunton 3rd Staunton Morrisonville Staunton 44 Northwestern Staunton Highland Staunton 39 Virden Staunton St. Teresa Staunton 55 Mt. Olive Staunton Assumption ""' Staunton Carlinvllle Staunton 56 Carrolton Staunton Benld Staunton 56 Mt. Olive - Staunton 62 Gila-fd LITCHFIELD TOURNAMENT Staunton 69 Benld Staunton Hillsboro Staunton 49 Assumption Staunton Mt. Olive REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Staunton Gillespie Stau11I0l'l 67 Mi- 01-We Sgguntgn Cahokia, Staunton 53 Litchfield Staunton Winchester ""' Basketball Coach COACH EDWARDS '54 Basketball Lettermen MARVE STEIN Guard GEORGE DAECH cemer KEN MONSCHELN Guard DAVEPACKARD Center RAY DUDA Guard HAROLD ZUDE Forward 33 0 CAPTAIN BILL RENNER - Forward DICK SCHELLER - Forward RICHARD FIOR1 - Fgrward Baseball Bulldogs 195-4 Conference Champs First row, left to right: John Tuscan, Gene Frizzo, Bert Davis, Bob Crabtree, Marve Stein, Ken Monscheln, Gary Bronstein. Second row: Coach Edwards, Larry Caldieraro Herby Loeh, Harold Zude, Bill Lorson, Ron Yarnik, Wayne Masslnelli, Bill Renner, Len Roddlck. The Bulldogs, with a very well balanced team, went on this year to go undefeated in the conference. They were upset in the flnal game of the District Tournament at Edwardsville, after playing two fine games. With five batters over . 300 and the fine pitching of Bill, Harold and Freshman Massinelll, they were a credit to S. C. H. S, RESULTS Staunton 1 Litchfield 2 Staunton 4 Gillespie fConferencey 1 Staunton 0 Edwardsville 8 Staunton 15 Worden 7 Staunton 4 Bunker Hill 1 Staunton 4 Carlinvllle QConferencey 1 Staunton 9 Coffeen 1 Staunton 5 Mt. Ollve qConferencej 3 Staunton 6 Mt. Olive qConferencej 0 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Staunton 1 Gillespie fConferencej 0 Staunton 12 Roxana 11 Staunton 5 Carllnville fConferencej 1 Staunton 3 Edwardsville 1 Staunton 4 Edwardsville 3 Staunton 3 Wood River 5 This was a record of 12 wins and 3 losses. Going lnto the final game of the District, Staunton had a winning sneak of 11 games. Bill Renner, who won the greatest number of games for the Bulldogs, also won a medal for being the leading hitter with . 381. LETTERMEN Pitchers: Bill Renner - 6 wins - 2 losses Catchers: Ken Monscheln Harold Zude - 4 wins - 0 losses Larry Caldieraro wayne Massinelli - 2 wins - 1 loss B111 Loison lnfielders: Richard Fiori - First Base Outfleldersz Bill Lorson Al Loeh - Second Base Marve Stein - Shortstop Bill Renner - Shortstop Len Roddick - Third Base Marve Stein - Third Base Harold Zude Pat Muenstermann Ronald Yarnlk wayne Massinelll Thui SJIILS. 1954 First row, left to right: Don Denny, Gerry Yarnik, Bernard Gaudi, Lee Stirrup, Russell Schuette, Ralph Jacobs, Bob McKay, Delmar Blaze. Second row: Harry Mengelkamp, Ray Duda, Wayne Odorizzi, Dave Packard, Ronald Buffington, Dave Denny, Fred Lamb, Paul Menges, Kenny Costa, Gary Bronstein, Coach Lashmet. This year, Staunton's track team was a lot improved over last year. This was only the second year of competition by Staunton in track, and the team did a good job. Staunton won three dual meets this year, while winning points ln the Conference and County track meets also. This was the last team that will be coached by Mr. Lashmet, and not only the boys who played under him in Football and Track, but everyone that knows him will be sorry to see him go. Good Luck, COACH!! RESULTS Staunton 64 Benld 54 Staunton 73 Bunker Hill 45 Staunton 52 Worden 51 Gillespie 66 - Staunton 47 - Benld 34 Staunton 39 Benld QFreshman-Sophomorej 34 Staunton 35 Mt. OliveqFreshman-Sophj '75 ' County Meet - Staunton 7th with 18i Points Conference Meet - Staunton 4th with 121 Points LETTERMEN Five medals were given to the first five ln number of points won. These medals were won by: Ray Duda Pole Vault, 880 nm, Low Hurdles, 880 Relay, Broad Jump Len Scherff Discus, 100, 220, Low and High Hurdles, High Jump, 880 Relay Harry Mengelkamp 100, 220, 440, 880 Relay Dave Denny 880, Pole Vault, Shot Put Fred Lamb Mile, Mile Relay Letters were also won by the following: Jerry Bradley Hurdles, sso Relay Ralph Jacobs 100, 220, Mile Relay, Freshman Relay Gerald Yarnlk Mile Relay, 440 Bernard Gaudi Hurdles, Freshman Relay Delmar Blase 100, 221, 440, Freshman Relay Don Denny Mile, Mile Relay. 880 Gerald Scherff Discus. Shot Put Dave Packard Mile, Mile Relay, 880 new sm First row, left to right: Rose Henke, Carol Karlovic, Bill Lorson, Janice Goatney, Nancy Brozich. Second row: J oy Melton, Dale Ott, Natalie Cignetti, Russell Oden, Carol Soens, Mr. Kelso. Sales Staff: Carol Karlovic, Harry Mengelkamp Editorial Staff: Rose Henke, Janice Coatney, Nancy Brozich, Joy Melton, Dale Ott, Natalie Cignetti, Russell Oden, Carol Soens, Advisor: Mr. Kelso Editor: Bill Lorson We did ltl Although at times we thought we would never reach this goal, we have come to the end of our task. The ECHO is finished. we are a little sad, though, because, although the work was long and hard, we enjoyed it. We have striven to give you the best yearbook that we thought possible for the money you spent. It is our opinion that we have gotten together a pretty good record of 'ol '54 at Staunton High. we hope that if, through some cause, we have mispelled a word or name or misplaced a picture, you will forgive us. we assure you that it was not inten- tional and we apologize humbly. 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