Stewardson Strasburg High School - Comet Yearbook (Strasburg, IL)

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,,.,,- nr! iv v w 1 I p V The STEWARDSON-STRASBURG HIGH SCHOOL Annual Staff Proudly Presents This copy belongs to Class of .............. For 1959 Volume IX ASSISTANT EDITOR Doug Lueck TY PIS T Sandra Ruwe ACTIVITIES CO -EDITOR Larry Painter ACTIVITIES CO-EDITOR Ruth Onken EDITOR ADVISER BUSINESS MANAGER Mary MCC10ry Reta Jean Michaels EDITORS ' NOTE We, the Annual Staff Editors of 1959, express our sincere gratitude to the Faculty for their understandingland co-operation. To the students for their tolerance and consideration during the past several months, our deepest appreciation. Last, but not least, we are indebted to our Adviser, Miss McC1ory for her time and guidance in the preparation of this another memoir To everyone, we say, "THANKS", SPORTS CO-EDITOR John Boyer Reta Jean Michaels Doug Lueck PHOTOGRA PHER Jerry Lugar Anmmsmnnou ARTHUR KRUMREICH, President 1 Y W, 1 LEE ROY STORM ELMER STAEHLI, Secretary IRVIN KESSLER 1 RAY LAMM ED REEL ALBERT VONDERHEIDE SECRETARY PRINCIPAL MR, LLOYD T. ELAM B. Ed. Eastern Illinois ' University M. S. University of Illinois SUPERINTENDENT MR. JAMES' T. HARRISON B. S. , M. S. University of Illinois MRS. FRIEDA LADING MR. JOHN MIDDLESWORTH B. S. M. S. Biology Health and Safety BOYS' P. E. Coach MRS, BERNIECE BUESKING B. S. Horne Economics I, II, III Girls' Physical Education MR, JOE JOHNSON B. A. Band Chorus MISS AGNES ANDERSON B. S. Ed. English I, II MR. JAMES MAXEDON B. S. Ed Drivers' Training Boys' P. E. Assistant Coach MR. CLOIDE CARRUTHERS JR. B.S Agriculture I, II, III General Science MISS MARY MC CLORY B. A. M, S, Typing Shorthand Bookkeeping Office Practice Business Arithmetic MR. TOM MC DEVITT B.S, Ed. M.A. Geog. MRS, MARY KESSLER B.Ed. M.S. Ed. English III, IV Library American History American Problems Geography -Sociology MR, DON HARRISON B, S. Ed. M.Ed. Algebra Geometry Chemistry Trigonometry- Solid Geometry MR. IIMMIE JOE SCHMITT B. S. Ed Industrial Arts COOKS Grace Renshaw. Edna Kruger ASSISTANT CUSTODIAN Ralph Hoyer CUSTODIAN Os Hood BUS DRIVERS Harrison Ulmer Eddie Stremming Wilbur Snremming Carl Buesking Donald Harrison Dean Roley Clinton Friese SENIORS JIM ANDERSON Iimml' Variety is the spice of life. Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,45 Carnival King Candidate 2,35 Carnival King 25 Letterman's Club 2,3,45 Student Council 1,45 Class Play 35 Cross Country 4. an BALES I 2142 I was never less alone than when by myself. Baseball 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,35 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Letterman's Club 2,3,45 Class Play 35 Carnival 1,2,3,4. CHARLES BIVINS Booke Silence gives consent. Class Play Assistant Stage Manager 3. IVAN BIVINS Skive Language is the dress of thought. Class Play 354. JOHN BOYER Mort I saw and loved. Driver Training 25 Class Play 35 Annual staff, Assistant Sports Editor 4. LOIS BROWN Lolie Three may keep a secret, if two are dead. Chorus 25 Carnival 1,2,35 Class Play 35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Drivers Training 35 Library Club 2,3,45 Christmas Play 25 Cafeteria 1,2,3,45 F.H.A. l,2,3,45 Newspaper Staff 4. GLORIA BUESKING Shag For men may come and men may go, butl go on forever. F.H.A. 1,25 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Student Council 1,25 Square Dance 15 Homecoming Attendant 15 Band 25 Concession Stand 1,25 Carnival Queen Candidate 25 Class Officer 25 Yearbook Assis- tant Editor 25 Pep Club 2,35 Library Club 3,45 Officer 35 Driver Training 25 School Paper Editor 45 Carnival 1,2,3,45 B.B. Program Chairman 35 Homecoming Committee 1,25 An- nual Staff 1,25 Play Usher 35 Betty Crocker Award 4. MARIORIE BUESKING Marge Her dear five hundred friends. F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Library Club 1,2,3,45 Majorette 2,45 Drum Majorette 35 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 ClassP1ay 3,45Carniva1 1,2,3,45 Newspaper Staff 45 B.B. Program Assistant 3. I IM CARROLL Case Life is half spent before we know what it is. Ag Club 3, Manager 2,3, Ag 1,2. ARLYN CULVER Bruno Handsome is as handsome does. Basketball 2,33 Class Play 3,43 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3, President 4, State Livestock Judging Contest 13 Letterman's Club 2. KAY DAVIS Katy Nothing succeeds so well as success. Library Club 1,2,3,4, President 43 Pep Club 1,2,33 Student Council 2,31 Driver Training 33 Homecoming Queen Candidate 4. ROGER DOTY R. D. He has the face of a benediction. Band 1,2,3,43 Student Council 33 Driver Training 3. J IM GIESLER Geese He hath eaten me out of house and home. Baseball 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,4: Track 33 Class Play 3,41 Library Club 43 Projection Club 1,2,3,43 Driver Training 33 Carnival 1,233.43 Cross Country Team 43 Letterman's Club 1,2,3,43 President 43 Homecoming Usher 33 Attendant 43Master of Ceremonies of Prom 3. JR. GROVE J' uney For they conquer who believe they can. Driver Training 33 Library Club 4. RONNIE HASH Ears The way to be nothing is to do nothing. Manager 1,2,3,4: Driver Training 23 Student Council 2,33 Car- nival 2,3,43 Letterman's Club 1,2,3,43 Band 1,2,33 MC Car- nival 3,41 Recreation Committee 2g Graduation Usher 33Home- coming Escort 4. BOB KELLER Clarke Every man is, or hopes to be, an Idler. Student Council 4, Vice-President 43 Basketba111,23Home- coming Escort 2,43 Letterman's Club 13 Carnival 23 Driver Training 33 Class 4. JOYCE KESSLER Joyce Simplicity is the hardest to be copied. Pep Club 1,2,3i F.H.A. 33 Library Club 3,43 Driver Training 23 Class Play 3,43 Carnival 2,32 Christmas Play Prompter 2. DALE KOONTZ HOOl'1i6 Men of few words are the best men. Basketball 23 Track 13 F.F.A. 1,2,3,43 Driver Training 2. MARGARET LENZ Zelta I'll not budge an inch. Carnival Queen 2s Homecoming Attendant 33 Chorus 1,2,33 Cheerleader 2,3,43 F.H.A. 1,2,3,43 Membership Chairman 2, Recreation Chairman 43 Pep Club 13 Library Club 13 Class Vice-President 43 Miss.S-S Comet Candidate 13 Trampoline Team 1,22 Letterman's Club 2,3,43 Carnival 2,3,43 News- paper Staff 43 Class Play 4. DAISY MATHIS Diezy When arguing with a fool, be sure he isn't similarly engaged. Driver training 23 Library Club 2,3,43 Christmas Play 23 Class Play 3,43 Carnival 2,31 Newspaper Staff 4. HAROLD MAYCROFT Craft Either I find a way or I make one. Driver Training 33 F.F.A. 1,23 Class Play 43 Band l,2. RETA MICHAELS Jeannie I have no superfluous leisure. Pep Club 1,2,3Q Chorus 1,2,3,43 Band 43 Library 43 Annual Staff 3,43 Activities Co-Editor 3, Editor 43 Business Manager 43 Driver Training 23 Carnival l,2,3,43 Class Play 3,43 F. H.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4: Assistant Cafeteria Cashier 2,33 Chorus Contest 13 Christmas Play 23 Prom Usher 33 Newspaper Staff 43 Chorus Contest 1. LARRY PAINTER Beaver Let us talk of graves, worms and epitaphs. Basketball 13 Annual Staff 3,43 Humor Co-Editor 33 Activities Co-Editor 43 Homecoming Escort 33 Class Vice-P resident 2,31 Class Treasurer 43 Cross-Country 43 Driver Training 23 Car- nival 4. GENE PATTERSON Alvy Never say more than is necessary. Track 3,43 F.F.A. 1,22 Driver Training 23 Cross-Country 43 Letterman's Club 4. MARY ROBERTS Mag Few minds wear out, more rust out. Library Club 2,3,43 Carnival 2,33 Class Play 33Ad. Committee 3g Christmas Play Prompter 23 Pep Club 2,32 F.H.A. 3. SANDRA RUWE Ruwe Laff everytime you pheel tickled, and laff once in awhile anyhow. Class Treasurer 23 StudentCouncilRepresentative43President 43 Annual Staff 43 Typist 43F.H,A. 1,2,3,4, Recreation Chairman 33 Public Relations Chairman 43 Library Club 1,2,Secretary 23 Chorus 1,2,3,43 BoosterClub l,2,3,43 Driver Training23Christ- mas Play 23 Recreation Committee 2g Majorette 1,2,3,4: Carnival 1,2,3,43 Class Play 3,41 Girls State Alternate 33 Trampoline Team 1,2,43 Newspaper Staff 43 Concession 4. KATHRYN SCI-IMITT Schmitty Girls we love for what they are, men for what they promise to be. Chorus 1,2,3,43 Pep Club 33 F.H.A. 1,2,3,43ConstitutionChair- man 43 Driver Training 23 Majorette 2,3,4, Head 43 Library Club 3,43 Class Secretary 43 Carnival 33 HomecorningQueen 4. RUTH SPANNAGEL Ruchee The more we study the more we discover our ignorance. Class Vice-President 13 Class President 2,3,43 F.H.A. 1,2,3, 4, Treasurer 2, Con. Chairman 3, Historian 43 Pep Club 1,2,3, 43 Cheerleader 2,3,43 Carnival 2,3,43 MissS-S CometCandidate 13 Homecoming Queen Attendant 13 Chorus 1,2,3, Secretary 13 Carnival 2,3,43 Lettermarfs Club 2,3,4, Secretary -Treasurer 43 Driver Training'23 Library Club 13R,ecreationCommittee 23 Trampoline Team 1,23 Class Play 43 D.A.R. DWIGHT STEINEMAN Stinky It 'sa wise father that knows his own child. F.F.A. l,2,3,4, Treasurer 43 Poultryand Grainludging Teams 1,2,3Z International Livestock Show 23 F.F .A. State Convention Delegate 33 Parliamentary Procedure Team 33 Student Council 43 F.F.A. Fair 43 Class Play 3,42 Band 1,2,3,43 Driver Train- ing 2. RICHARD STREMMING Rich I would rather be right than be President. F.F .A. 1,2,3,43 Homecoming Escort 33 Driver Training23Class Play 4. JANET SYFERT .Tanet Farewell! thou art too dear for my possessing. Pep Club 1,23 F.H.A. 23 Carnival 2,32 Class Treasurer 3g Class Play 3,43 Christmas Play 23 Chorus 1,21 Homecoming Attendant 23 Homecoming Queen Candidate 4. DARRELL TABBERT Ike A man must not swallow more beliefs than he can digest. Driver Training 23 Ag. l,2,3,4. SANDRA THOMAS Sandy There's daggers in men's smiles. Pep Club 1,2,3,45 F .H.A. 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 25 Library Club 2,3,45 Letterman's Club 2,3,45 Carnival 2,3,45Class Treasurer 15 Class Play 3,45 Chorus 1,2,35 F .H.A. Public Relations 2: Homecoming Committee 3,45 Recreation Committee 25 Driver Training 2. DONALD WALLACE Dood Whatever you have, spend less. Basketball 1,2,35 Driver Training 25 Track 15 Class Play 35 Manager 45 Carnival 45 Letterman's Club 4. CATHERN WALLS Cathy The course of true love never did run smooth. F.H.A. 1,2,3,45 Chrous 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Homecoming Attendant 35 Driver Training 25 Carnival 25 Play Usher 3,4. DAVID WEBER Louie For thy sake, tobacco, I would do anything but die. Concession 1,25 Pep Club 35C'arnival 2,35ClassPlay 35 Christ- mas Play 2. WANDA WEBNER 004419-406 Who first invented work, and bound the free? F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Con. Chairman 25 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Student Council 35 Concession 35 Band 1,2,3,45 Carnival 3,45 Class Play 35 Carnival Queen Candidate 45 Newspaper staff 45 Driver Training 2. GEORGE WILLIAMS Gegrgjhe This is the short and long of it. Chorus 1,2,35 Driver Training 25 Football 2,35 Dramatics Club 1,2,35 Track 3,45 Carnival 45 Letterman's Club 45 Class Play 1,45 Baseball 45 Basketball 15 Pep Club 45 Homecoming Escort 45 Valentine Dance Escort 1. K VIVIAN WITTENBERG Viv God hangs the greatest weights on the smallest wires. Class Secretary 1,35 Student Council 1,25TrampolineTeam 1,2, 35 Homecoming Queen Attendant 15 Carnival Queen Candidate 35 Annual Staff 15 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 2,President 3, Vice-P resident 4, Secretary 1,4, Historian 45 Chorus l,2,3, 45 Varsity Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Captain 45 Driver Training 25 Program Club 25 Letterrnan's Club 3,45 Carnival 1,2,3,45Class Play 45 Newspaper Staff 4. LORETTA ZALMAN Zalsman Parting is such sweet sorrow. F.H.A. l,3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Class Play 35 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Homecoming Attendant 35 Driver Training 25 Newspaper Staff 45 Carnival 3,4. I BEST NATURED Sandra and George SHORTEST AND TAL!-EST MOST s'rUD1oUs CLASS TEAsEs Jim and KSY Reta Jean and Larry David and Daisy LAZIEST QUIETEST MOST INQUISITIVE Wanda and Harold Joyce and Gene Sandra and Darrell MOST ATHLETIC NOISIEST MQST INDIVIDUAL Jim and Margaret Ivan and Kathryn Mary and Ed n 11lm Jeanette Alwardt Kenton Augenstein Arlene Bauer, Secretary Sandra Beitz Karen Boldt Shary Brurnrnerstedt Doris Culver Sharon Culver Bonnie Elliott Dale Everett Sarah Falk.. Vice-President Janet Friese, Student Council Lillie Gillespey Benny Gordon Joyce Haverstock Duane Kearney Dean Kessler Keith Kessler Ginny Klepzig Howard Koontz Phyllis Kull Connie Lading Tom Lowry Doug Lueck, Student Council Jerry Lugar, Treasurer Fred Manhart Jennie McCormick Wayne Mingus David Moran Lloyd Newberry Virgil Prosser Larry Schultz Peggy Schultz Jesse Shumard Bill Swank, President . ,Q 'P' ' Darlene Joyce Sharan Virginia Iyvonne Loretta Jane Reed Reynolds Rincker Tarrant Thompson Rentfro Gill Linda Anderson Dave Baurngarten, President Ronnie Beitz Carol Bivins Ronnie Boldt Sue Boyer, Treasur Doris Brown Bob Brown Darrell Cress Dean Debolt Judy Doehring David Durbin Larry Ensign - Bob Fletcher Bill Giesler Mariea Grove Donald Huffmaster Kenny Kessler Lester Lear Ruth Onken Marilyn Patterson Rick Patterson Belva Peifer Paulette Rauch Roger Reel Leonard Rentfro Frank Rincker, Secr Phyllis Rincker Nancy Robison Herb Russell 61' etary Larry Schultz, Student Council Larry Shumard Max Slifer B Donna Spannagel Gene Steineman Diane Sterling, Vic Student Council Walter Stine Judy Tarrant Barbara Thomas Mary Thompson Gloria Vogel Gayle Von Behren Tom Vonderheide Carole Wallace Wayne Walden George Waters Karl Zalman e- President Marvelle Alwardt Miriam Antrim Helen Arthur Carol Bales Darlene Ballinger, Secretary Helen Ballinger Janet Baumgarten Linda Boyer James Engel Norman Everett Larry Giertz, President Sandra Grove Judith Harrison Nancy Hutton Ron Johnson Joyce Jones Phyllis ,Kaufman Carol Kearney Gerald Kessler Janet Kessler Janice Kessler John Kessler Clifford Koester Dwane Koontz Gene Krumreich Larry Lading Terry Lankow, Student Council Carol Lowry Marie Lueck Doris Lugar Paul Manhart Ken Meeker, Student Council Carol Michaels Lowell Moomaw Dale Moran Melvin Mueller Linda Nippe Kenton Noffke Richard Reel Deloris Rentfro Larry Reynolds - John Rincker Ronald Rothrock, Vice- President Donna Schlechte Gene Stremming Don Strohl Judith Tabbert David Volkman Larry Von Behren, Treasurer Treas. 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A star-studded sky over the dance floor consisted of various sized gold and silver Stars intermingled with blue light bulbs. A large yellow moon hovered over the band, seated at the side of the dance floor. Opposite the band stood a large wishing well. The roof was covered with blue angel hair sprinkled with gold stars. Decorated card tables were scattered on the outskirts of the floor. Streamers divided the dance floor from the banquet area. Iris and spirea decorated the tablesg all other table decorations were in accordance with the evening's theme. As the guests entered through a corridor of streamers, Reta Jean Michaels and Sandra Thomas, Junior ushers, greeted them and invited them to enjoy punch and hors d'oeuvres from the wishing well. The banquet began at six-thirty o'c1ock. Jokes were presented by ,T im Giesler, "Wizard of the Stars," the Junior toastmaster. A toast, "Starstudded Welcome" was presented by the Junior Class president, Ruth Spannagel. The Senior response of thanks, "Moonlight Response," was offered by the class president, Jim Bales. The "Prophecy of the Stars" was read by Sandra Ruwe and the "Will of the Passing Comets" was read by Imogene Reel. The menu was as follows: Moonlight Sonata fPunchl Sputnicks f HorsD 'oeuvresl Celestial Filet fSteakj Dreamboat Adrift Northern Lights fPotatoes and gravyy fCrab Applesy Meteors Satellites f Hot Rollsj fCarrot-celery sticksj Milky Way and Floating Cloud QPink Angel Food Cake and Vanilla Ice Creamy Star Chips and Moonstones qNuts and Mintsj Heavenly Mist Dew Drops fCoffeeJ fTeaj After the festive supper. dancing continued until eleven- thirty o 'c1ock. Thus climaxed the beautiful evening under the stars. Q i ,,, 1- s L E HOMECOMING QUEEN -- Kathryn Schmitt CROWNBEARERS Kay Lading and Bradley Friese QUEEN AND ESCORT Kathryn Schmitt and Arlyn Culver RETIRING QUEEN Beverly Underwood and 1958 QUEEN Kathryn Schmitt mf lu George and Kay S T N A D N E T Bob and Janet T A IilTl and Darlene 131-fy and Joyce Larry and Donna L C. and Janet -aaa-sem' W 1:1 X-we-3 'um wr- - Ju an me--feel rm. mm Bill and Carole Tom and Carol BACK ROW, Left to Right: Tom Lowry, Larry Shumard, Jim Giesler, Bob Keller, Arlyn Culver, Ronnie Hash, George Williams, Jerry Lugar, Bill Giesler, J. C. Kessler. FRONT ROW: Bill Swank, Carol Bales, Donna Spannagel, Darlene Beitz, Janet Syfert, Queen, Kathryn Schmitt: Kay Davis, Joyce Reynolds, Carole Wallace, Janet Baurngarten, Howard Koontz. HOMECOMING On November 27, 1958, the Stewardson-Strasburg Comets were defeated by the Windsor Blue Devils by a score of 76-64. The Windsor ballplayers, cheerleaders, coaches and administration were invited for a luncheon fol- lowing the game. ' The highlight of the Annual affair was the crowning of the Homecoming Queen. The background for the throne of Her Majesty was a green frame with a white heart in the center. This was placed on the gym floor. The attendants approached the throne from the side doors of the gym. Master of Ceremonies, Doug Lueck, introduced the attendants and their escorts to the audience in the following order: Howard Koontz and Bill Swank ushered the attendants to the throne. The Freshman attendants were Lady Carol Bales and Escort Tom Lowry and Lady Janet Baurngarten and escort'J. C. Kessler. Carol wore a pink ruffled formal and Janet wore an ice blue formal. The next attendants to appear were the Slophomores. Lady Carole Wallace and Escort Bill Giesler and Lady Donna Spannagel and Escort Larry Shumard. Carole's formal was of pink lace and Donna's a light green with tiny white ruffles. The Junior attendants were Lady Darlene Beitz and Escort Jim Giesler and Lady Joyce Reynolds and Escort Jerry Lugar. Darlene's formal was blue net ruffles and J oyce's blue eylet lace. The Senior attendants were Lady Kay Davis and her Escort George Williams and Lady Janet Syfert and her Escort Bob Keller. Kay's formal was lavender white embroidery on net and J anet's, orchid net ruffles over taffeta. ' Miss Kay Lading and Master Bradley Friese were the next to appear as the crownbearers. Approaching the throne was Her Majesty, Miss Kathryn Schmitt escorted by Arlyn Culver. Miss Beverly Underwood, the retiring Queen, approached the throne and crowned Miss Schmitt the 1958 Homecoming Queen and presented her with a bouquet of red roses. Mr. Ronnie Hash served as Beverly's Escort. Each attendant received a three red rose corsage and each escort received a white carnation boutonniere . A public dance followed the coronation. CARNIVAL Jim Giesler Ronnie Hash LEFT TO RIGHT: Linda Anderson, Wanda Webner, Janet Friese, Lisa Falk, Queen, Carol Lowryg King, Ronnie J ohnsong Dwayne Lueck, Douglas Lueck, Dwight Steineman, Frank Rincker. The Annual Fall Carnival sponsored by the Lettermen's Club was held on November 7, 1958. Con- cessions were available during the evening. Highlighting the entertainment of the evening was a trampo- line exhibition by four senior girls. Also, a "Burlesque Show" by members of the Lettermen's Club. The Chorus sang two numbers-and a short skit ended the entertainment. Ronnie Hash served as Master of Cere- monies. ' The crowning of the King and Queen was the highlight of the evening. Candidates for this occasion were elected by each class. ' ' Soft music was heard in the background as the candidates took their places beside the throne. Miss Linda Anderson and Mr. Frank Rincker, the Sophomore candidates, were the first to appear. Miss Wanda Webner and Mr. Dwight Steineman, the Senior candidates, were next to make an appear- ance. - , They were followed by the Junior candidates, Miss Janet Friese and Mr. Douglas Lueck, The crown bearers, Miss Lisa Falk and Master Dwayne Lueck, were next to advance to the throne. The big moment had arrived. The Freshmen candidates, Miss Carol Lowry and Mr. Ronnie Johnson were approaching the throne to be crowned King and Queen of the 1958-59 Stewardson-Strasburg Carnival by Jim Giesler and Ronnie Hash. The King and Queen each received a gift from the Lettermen's Club. Each Queen candidate was presented with a corsage of white carnations and each King candidate re- ceived a boutonniere. KING AND QUEEN Carol Lowry and Ronnie Johnson Linda Anderson, Frank Rincker imvfesmm2m0 smmumgmnsu , Lisa Falk, Dwayne Lueck Wanda Webner, Dwight Steinernan Janet Friese, Douglas Lueck lluuinmnnnnagffmwsm JUNIOR PLAY Jim Anderson . . . . .. Doug Lueck Margaret Anderson . . . . Phyllis Kull Betty ...... . . Bonnie Elliott Kathy . . . . .Janet Friese Bud . . . . Tom Lowry Janie. . . . . Connie Lading Ramona . . . Jeanette Alwardt Patty .... . . Peggy Schultz Repair Man . . . . Jerry Lugar Ralph .... . . . Bill Swank Mr. Brinkworth Officer Johnson. . . . Bud 's Friend . Mrs. Wembley Mrs. Jones . Mrs. Woolsey Perkins . . . . . .Fred Manhart . . .Kieth Kessler Kenton Augenstein .Joyce Haverstock . . . . Sarah Falk . . . Arlene Bauer . . Joyce Reynolds simon PLAY FRONT ROW, Left to Right: ,Tanet Syfert, Ruth Spannagel, Cathern Walls, Sandra Thomas, Vivian Wit- tenberg. SECOND ROW: Sandra Ruwe, Marjorie Buesking, Daisy Mathis, Margaret Lenz. THIRD ROW Arlyn Culver, Bob Keller, Jim Giesler, Dwight Steineman, Richard Stremming, George Williams. Mountain Maggie . . Maw Fry . . . Emmy Fry . . Izzie Fry .... Clem Fry ..... Rosie Belle Fry , , , Aunt Harry Hornhonker Willy Hornhonker .... Pappy Popoff . .... . Zeke Popoff ..... FEUDIN ' OVER YONDER . . . Margaret Lenz . . . Sandra Thomas . . . Ruth Spannagel . Dwight Steineman . . . . ..TimGiesler . . . . Sandra Ruwe . Vivian Wittenberg .........BobKeller Richard Stremming . . . . Arlyn Culver Travelin' Preacher . . . . . George Williams Wedding Guests - - . . . Daisy Mathis Janet Syfert Cathern Walls The plot of this play revolves around the Popoff family and the Fry family who have been feuding for years because one of the Popoff boys said that he was going out to shoot an old skunk one day and acciden- tally shot Paw Fry instead. Periodically, Mountain Maggie must patch someone who is hurt in the feud. Rosie Belle takes the only unattached male in the hills from under her sister Emmy's nose. Emmy, who would like to get "hitched", enlists the aid of Mountain Maggie to put an end to the feud. Mountain Maggie convinces Maw Fry and Pappy Popoff that some plain sugar water that she gives them is a "love-potion" which will make them fall in love. They are tired of being lonely and have just about decided to marry and end the feud, when Rosie Belle arrives with the news that it was all a trick. Once again the feud is going full force. In the end, the feud is ended and everybody is happy, but not before thereare several merry mix-ups and rib-tickling situations. STUDENT COUNCIL ROW ONE, Left to Right: Janet Friese, Carole Wallace, Johnny Wittenberg. ROW TWO: Sandra Ruwe, Peggy Schultz, Terry,Lankow, LarryR.Schu1tz.ROW THREE: Bob Keller, Dwight Steineman, J im Anderson, Doug Lueck, Ken Meeker. ROW FOUR: Donald Harrison, Adviser. LIBRARY CLUB ROW ONE, Left to Right: Kay Davis, Darlene Reed, Joyce Kessler, Gloria Buesking, Sandra Thomas, Lois Brown, Sharan Rincker, Karen Boldt, Mrs. Kessler, Adviser. ROW TWO: Virginia Tarrant, Kathryn Schmitt, Gayle Von Behren, Joyce Reynolds, Janet Friese, Carole Wallace, Ruth Onken. ROW THREE: Wanda Webner, Marjorie Buesking, Peggy Schultz, Junior Grove, Reta Michaels, Daisy Mathis, Mary Roberts. ROW FOUR: Jim Giesler, Dean Kessler, Tom Lowry, Doug Lueck, Bill Swank, Connie Lading, Bonnie Elliott. Fl HI Al ROW ONE, Left to Right: Ruth Spannagel, Sandra Ruwe,Margaret Lenz, Carole Wal1ace,Sarah Falk Phyllis Kull. ROW TWO: Janet Friese, Arlene Bauer, Reta Michaels, Peggy Schultz, Vivian Wittenberg, Mrs. Buesking, Adviser. ROW THREE: Kathryn Schmitt, Cathern Walls, Sandra Thomas, Loretta Zalman, Sharon Culver, Donna Schlechte, Janet Kessler, Marie Lueck, .Sue Boyer, Judy Harrison, Carol Lowry, Carol Bales, Darlene Beitz. ROW FOUR: Lois Brown, Ginny Lou Klepzig, Shary Brummerstedt, Connie Lading, Bonnie Elliott, Ruth Onken, Linda Anderson, Joyce Jones, Belva Peifer, Carol Michaels, Janet Batungarten. ROW FIVE: Marvelle Alwardt, Doris Lugar, Janice Kessler, Jeanette Alwardt, Wanda Webner, Judy Doehring, Marjorie Buesking, Paulette Rauch, Joyce Reynolds, Loretta Rentfro, Sharan Rincker, Linda Boyer, Donna Spannagel, Karen Boldt. 'I'he Stewardson-Strasburg Future Homemakers of America was under the leadership of Mrs. Berniece Buesking. Club activities consisted of: September, watermelon feast for new freshman members, Hobo Day, and bake saleg October, family nightg December, gift exchange and Christmas party with FFA boys, Christmas caroling, and fixing boxes for shut-insg January, formal initiation of new membersg February, chili supperg March, Daddy-Date Night: April, Hobo Day and FHA Week: May, Mother-Daughter Banquet, bake sale, and trip. We sponsored hat and coat check at basketball-games. Officers Training School is held each year for club officers. All members are urged to attend the Spring Rally each year. Each member earning 100 points by participating in activities was eligible to attend the club trip. We also performed services for other organizations. FHA Week consisted of: wearing FHA pins every dayg Monday, wearing red and whiteg Tuesday, presenting a rose to teachers, Wednesday, Mothers' Teag Thursday, dress-up dayg Friday, dress sillyg Sunday, attend church together. I Our chapter consisted of fifty members, our Adviser, three chapter mothers, and two chapter fathers. F. F. A. ROW ONE, Left toRight: TomVonderheide, Dwight Steineman, Keith Kessler, Arlyn Culver, Frank Rincker, Ronnie Beitz, Mr. Carruthers,Adviser. ROW TWO: Howard Koontz, Norman Everett, Melvin Mueller, 'Larry R, Schultz, Paul Manhart, Larry Reynolds, Dwane Koontz, Dave Baumgarten, Richard Strernming. ROW THREE: George Waters, Ronnie Johnson, Richard Reel, Wayne Walden, David Durbin, Larry Lading, Gene Krumreich, Eddie Bales, Wayne Mingus. ROW FOUR: Dale Everett, Larry Shumard, Roger Reel, Virgil Prosser,,T erry Bill Kessler, KarlZalman, David Volkman, Dale Koontz. ROW FIVE: Gene Stremming, Kenny Kessler, Donald Huffmaster, F red Manhart, MaxSlifer,Larry Ensign, Ronnie Boldt, Gene Steineman, Dean Kessler. The Stewardson-Strasburg Future Farmers of America, a non-compulsory organization, consists of boys enrolled in agriculture. Our club is under the leadership of Mr. Cloide Carruthers. All agriculture students are urged to join FFA. Our club activities consist of: money-making projects, FFA contests, chapter awards. parties with FHA girls, and other service activities. Parliamentary procedure and public speaking contests, individual farming activity awards, grain, stock, poultry, and dairy judging contests are sponsored by this club. The FFA degrees are awarded by the achievement shown in individual farming programs supervised by each boy. Our motto is: Learning to do Doing to learn Earning to live Living to serve. - 0 NEWSPAPER ROW ONE: Ronnie Boldt, Sandra Thomas, Lorena Zalman, Karen Boldt, Gloria Buesking, Imogene Culver, Kathryn Schmitt, Cathern Walls, Phyllis Kull, Arlene Bauer. ROW TWO: Virginia Tarrant, Jennie Lou McCormick, Ginny Lou Klepzig, Kay Davis, Lois Brown, Ruth Spannagel, Loretta Rentfro, Ruth Onken, Miss McC1ory, Adviser. ROW THREE: Dean Debolt, Margaret Lenz, Connie Lading, Sandra Ruwe, Peggy SCTIUIIZ. Jeanette Alwardt, Reta Michaels, Wanda Webner, Marjorie Buesking, Donna Spannagel, Larry Shumard. -?a11:i:nm1.4.f,Mmtmf1,H- .wmm lgse .1u,am-Lravswieewf my LETTERMEWS CLUB ROW ONE: Linda Anderson, Sandra Thomas, Vivian Wittenberg, Carol Bales, Carol Lowry. ROW TWO: Mr. Maxedon, Adviser: Larry R. Schultz, Paul Manhart, Margaret Lenz, Shary Brummerstedt, Ruth Spannagel, Carole Wallace, John Rincker, David Durbin, John T. Middlesworth, Adviser. ROW THREE: Bill Swank, Larry Giertz, Frank Rincker, Ronnie J' ohnson, Larry D. Schultz, Larry Shumard, Eddie Bales. ROW FOUR: Jim Anderson, Donald Huffrnaster, Leonard Rentfro, J'.C. Kessler, Ronnie Rothrock, Gene Patterson, Doug Lueck, Fred Manhart, DonWa1lace. ROW FIVE: .Tim Giesler, George Williams, David Moran, Jerry Lugar, Tom Lowry, Bill Giesler, Herb Russell, Dean Kessler, Ronnie Hash, George Waters. CAMERA CLUB ROW ONE: James Engel, Larry R. Schultz, Johnny Wittenberg. ROW TWO: Norman Everett, Ken Meeker, Dale Moran, Miss McClory, Adviser. ROW THREE: LarryVon Behren, Donald Huffmaster, Rick Patterson, Melvin Mueller. ROW FOUR: David Volkman, Jerry Lugar, J.C.Kess1er, Lowell Moomaw. gNw:,w3,:y, ,,,.,g,, mn, ,, tgtt gi.-ags,E,, Q.. Y 5 Q if me iifkiil Eff" f- su ,Nb . f'S' Y ' 222- -, E O r F9 , --ik gg-iw si XX ,f 5335? is A,"'5QX 3. f H fx-:"W f .. '1' -' - - x 1 ' H 'S' iii ,gil- it B lik Q ' A VMS .L X L gg x ' .:-If .v fbi? ij? I I I W' A. 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R03 m Lowry, Manhart, To x. . ,,5,,i. .S egg . -.M v, ,, 15: U , K 5, ',tQ.,,zz Q 5 A Wm--J X pe aww lip: Q-gkQfr??w X 5 X 5 9, M . K wx The Comets were defeated in a close gamewith Find- lay winning by a score of 76 - 75. Anderson was high point man with 37 points. T -Town defeated the Comets by a large margin of 105 - 60. Anderson led the scoring with 22 points. Lakeview of Decatur defeated the Comets by a score of 58 - 52. Anderson and Lugar led the scoring with 22 and 19 points respectively. The Comets met with Brownstown on the home floor. Brownstown proved victorious with a score of 28 - 25 . Lugar scored 10 points, while teammates Russell and Anderson each hit 5 points apiece for the Comets. The Comets and St. Elmo met in a close battle with St. Elmo proving to bethevictorbya score of 56 - 55. Anderson led the scoring with 21 points. Team- mates Lugar and Moran scored 16 and 10 respectively for the Comets. Cameron scored 26 points for St. Elmo. BASKETBALL Comets season opened on the home floor with Neoga defeating the Comets by a score of 67 - 60. Anderson led with 30 points. The Comets took their first win from Beecher City with a score of 67 - 53. Lugar led the scoring widi 26 points. Windsor defeated the Comets in their Gameby a score of 76 - 64. Lugar was high point man with 21 points.- The Comets were defeated by St. Anthony by a score of 69 - 58. Anderson led the Comets with 29 points, while Sur and Bryant each had 26 for the victors. After winning First Place in the Wayne City Holiday Tournament, the Comets came back to play Patoka, their first game after me big victory. Patoka de- feated the Comets by a score of 75 - 63. Lugar led the Comets scoring with 22 points. The Comets met the Blue Devils at Windsor with the Windsor squad proving the victor. The score was 72 - 58. Anderson led the Comets scoring 'with 23 points and Lugar netting 12. Edwards scored 19 with teammate Honn netting 18 for the victors. The Hearts of Effingham met the Comet! on their home floor with Effingham the victor. The Score was 62 - 44. Anderson scored 14 with J. Gies er scoring 13 for the Comets. Sherrick for the Hearts had 14. SEASON '57-'58 'I'he Bombers defeated the Comets by a score of 51-47. High point man was Lugar with 15 and And- erson followed with 12. The Comets defeated the Cowden Hornets by a score of 62-37. Herb Russell was high point man with 21 points. Sullivan defeated the Comets 88-58. Anderson led the Comet scoring with 20 points. The Wooden Shoes defeated the Comets by a score of 24-20. Anderson scored 10 points for the Comets and Funneman scored 8 for the Wooden Shoes. The Rams defeated the Comets by a score- of 81- 61. Anderson led the Comets with 30 points and Holland scored 28 for the Rams. Casey outshined the Comets with a score of '76- 48. Lugar led the Comet scoring with 13 points and teammate Russell 10. The Comets traveled to Robinson and were defeated by a score of 113-92. 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The Comets were defeated the second night in the NATIONAL TRAIL CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT. Altamont 41 - 34. Anderson was high scorer with 17 points. 2 Windsor 73, S.S. 61. Anderson scored 30 points. The Comets were favored fourth in the DISTRICT TOURNAMENT at Beecher City but proved to be the better team. ' A Herrick 85 - 64. Mulberry Grove 71 - 61. Brownstown 45 - 41. The Comets were knocked out of the VANDALIA REGIONAL TOURNAMENT the first night by Ramsey. Ramsey won the game by a score of 86 - 67. This ended the Comets basketball season. K ---1 M .L .L v, K ,L -Mg. 'k4:LL2?'l . ,KW i 4, qv ,. W gg . . X Lil , ,U K-A UH? is i"'Ti :Q if? 1,2 5 X,,,,,4i!Sa-Q A 9 -fy .. f'h.ieff my L, iiglii 2' -3 3 Ax T' nw 55,555 QM utr? mpww wwefzxz. k YJ! 1 5-l Q. 2 x. Q ...esf.,,, -- , 9 ? ..::1w., .K Q .A .E , ll S ,md cnoss-counmv FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Paul Manhart, John Rincker, Frank Rincker, Larry Shumard, Bill Giesler, Bill Swank. SECOND ROW: Herb Russell, Jim Anderson, Gene Patterson, Leonard Rentfro, Jerry Lugar, Fred Manhart, Sam Moran, Ronnie Rothrock. THIRD ROW: Jim Giesler, Dean Kessler, Larry Lading, Larry Painner, Larry Reynolds, Kenton Noffke, David Durbin, Tom Lowry, George Waters. FOURTH ROW: Dar- rell Cress, J. C. Kessler, Lowell Moomaw, Terry Lankow, Larry Giertz, Ronnie J ohnson, Larry Schultz. FIFTH ROW: Assistant Coach J im Maxedon. MANAGERS STATISTICIAN Donnie Wallace, Ronnie Hash, Larry VonBehren Doug I-Heck mm V -B., ,MW ,- BASEBALL I958 The Stewardson-Strasburg Comets placed fourth in the National Trail Conference with a record of three wins and five defeats. The Comets first game was with Neoga. Neoga won by a score of 1-0. On September 12, the Comets traveled to Windsor, We defeated Windsor by a score of 11-1. On September 18, the Comets played Cowden at Strasburg. The Comets won by a score of 3-2. On September 19, the Comets played Brownstown at Strasburg. Brownstown won by a score of 4-3. On September 23, the Comets traveled to Effingham. The Comets defeated St. Anthony by a score of 12 -0. On September 26, the Comets traveled to Beecher City and lost another game by a score of 713. On October 1, the Comets played Altamont on the high school diamond. Altamont won by a score of 3- 1 . On October 3, the Comets played T-Town on the high school diamond. T-Town won the game by a score of 4'3. 1957 BASEBALL SUMMARY Record 3 wins 5 defeats B., Giesler AB 23 Hits 9 Ave. . 391 Schultz AB 24 Hits 3 Ave, I. Giesler AB 23 Hits 7 Ave. . 304 Swank AB 28 Hits 3 Ave. Bales AB 15 Hits 4 Ave. . 267 Giertz AB 5 Hits 0 Ave. Anderson AB 23 Hits 6 Ave. . 261 Kessler AB 3 Hits 0 Ave. Lugar AB 21 Hits 5 Ave. .238 Williams AB 1 Hits 0 Ave. Rothrock AB 19 Hits 3 Ave. . 158 Johnson AB 1 Hits o Ave. Lowry AB 21 Hits 3 Ave. . 143 S - N A A L A B E S P TRACK ROW ONE: Leonard Rentfro, Gary Baumgarten, Ted Anderson, Donald Huffmaster, Bill Swank, David Durbin. ROW TWO: Herb Russell, Gene Patterson, Mr.Maxedon,Coachg George Williams, Jim Giesler, Jerry Lugarz Missing from the picture is I im Anderson. 1958 TRACK S UMMARY The Comets participated in ten track meets inthe Spring of 1958. The Comets won two dual meets, and finished second in three triangular meets. The team finished third in the Shelby County Meet and sixth in the National Trail Meet. In the District Track Meet Jim Anderson placed third in the low hurdles and Ted Anderson placed fourth in the pole vault class. POLE VAULTERS MILERS I-IURDLZRS SHOT PUT 8. Discus Muzns DASH Msn AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS 6 igib gg INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS Puhlnshers - Cover Manufacturers- Bunk Blnders FACTORY A HOME OFFICE Kunsus City PRINTED IN L1 S A. f 7.2.5 ff-5' Wa 1 ,M . ' ' ff? fb 1 3 U ,K ,, s I, , x , arf' -'lf -. ilk Y 43,2 rv, - , fi? Lf, 3 'I' iD 3:7 0. - .yy 5 4 7' 4 'P 4 in If ii? v P ,,, Y- A ' Q, 13.3 .g gf JL ,lj Ui 2545 fi 1 . , 5 L Q. 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