Stonington High School - Stony Echoes Yearbook (Stonington, IL)
- Class of 1958
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Between the covers of this Stony Echoes
'58 you will catch a glimpse of the students
and the activities of good ole S, H, S,
Let this book serve as a bridge to the past,
a reminder of the present, and bring joyful
memories in the future.
THE CLASS OF '58
We, the Senior Class of 1958, wish
to dedicate this annual to our coach,
Mr. Dettro comes to our school with
an outstanding record in basketball, and
his ability is an inspiration to our team.
His pleasant disposition has made him
well-liked by all.
BETTY HODGES - Editor
Seated: Patricia Everlen, Jerry Spickard, Betty Hodges, Brenda Whitlow, Ruth Nation,
Joyce Hodges, Standing: Mack Smith, Minor Dishon, Charles Grant, Ronnie Taylor,
Lonnie Stivers, Dee Ann Delvlichael, Kenneth Spires, Carol Ware, Nedda Moore, Tom
Watson, Suzanne Swigert, Bob Adams, Cleta Wiseman, Tom Marucco, Joann Stout,
Jarvis Allen, Roger Coffey,
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Heard of Education
Seated: Mr, Joe Lynn, Mr, Richard Covington, Mr, Wesley McChristy, Mr, Tom Doyle,
Standing: Mr, Dorris Robinson, Mr, Louis Briggs, Mr, Lester Pollock,
Superintendent Prine iP31
MR, ALLEN BUCHANAN MR- VI-RGIL BOLERJACK
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M,A,, University of Illinois B. S.. University Of Illinois
CI-IARLOUISE DUCY FRANCES HOLBEN
A.B. , MacMurray College B, S, , Millikin University
M,A, , University of Illinois Home Economics
English and History
JA CK DETTRO
B, S, , Millikin University
Physical Education, Social
MARY ALICE MORRISSEY
B, Ed, , Illinois State Normal
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B, Music Education, Illinois
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B, S, , Illinois State Normal
Biology, Driver Training,
LEONA BROWN KENNETH COFFEY
B. S. . Kansas State College
Mrs. Marge Buis
Mrs. Ethel Crist
Mrs, Olga Hemingway
Mrs. Frances Watson
Mr, Roy Batty
Mrs. Wanda Marucco
Mrs, Louise Coffey
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Present at Illinois Association of School
Boards and Administrators: Mr. Lynn, Mr,
Buchanan, Mr, Pollock, Mr, McChristy.
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President --------'----------- SUZANNE SWIGILRT
Vice President - - - - - BRENDA WHITLOW
Secretary-Treasurer - - - - - RUTH ELLEN NATION
Sponsor ------- ----- MR S, DUCY
SUZA NNE SWIGERT
BRENDA WHIT LOW
This year Brenda Whitlow was
chosen by the members of her class
and the faculty to receive the
Citizenship is the basis upon
which this award is made,
Stony Echoes Staff 4.
Chonu lg Class President 2g Band 1,23 Junior Class
Playg Track lg Basketball 1.2.35 Baseball 1.2.3,
4g "S" Club 2g Prom Committee 35 Stony Echoes
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4p Track 1,2
3,43 Chorus 1,2,3g Boys' Ensemble 1,2.3g Band
1,35 Stony Echoes staff 45 Mixed Chorus 1,3g "S"
Club 2: District Music 1. 2: Junior Class Playg
Senior Class Play.
Duncan V, Fletcher High School, Jacksonville
Beach, Florida 1,2,3g Band 1.2.35 Student Coun-
cil 1,2g Debate Club 3g Prom Committee 3:
Stony Echoes Staff 4g Senior Class Play,
DEE ANN DE MICHAEL
FHA 1,2,3,4g GRA 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 1,2
mittee 3g Stony Echoes Staff 4.
MINOR DISHON KNO Picturey
FFA 1,2,3,4g FFA Sentinel 2,3g Track 1, 2.3.4
Stony Echoes Staff 4.
PATRICIA EV ERLEN
Chorus 2, FHA 1, 25 Stony Echoes staff 4.
FFA 1, 2,3,4g Stony Echoes staff 4.
Junior Class Play, Student Director, Prom Com-
FHA 1,2,3,45 FHA Treasurer 35 FHA Vice Presi-
dent 45 Section 6 FHA Treasurer 45 GRA 1,2,3,45
FFA Chapter Sweetheart 35 Junior Class Play5 "S"
Club 25 Librarian 3,45 Class Vice President 35
Homecoming Attendant 35 Ensemble 15 Girls'
Chorus 1, 25 Editor, Stony Echoes 45 Senior Class
FHA 1,2,3,45 Chairman of Projects 35 Chairman
of Public Relations 45 GRA 1,2,3,45 Junior Class
Play5 "S" Club 35 Librarian 2.3.45 Stony Echoes
Student Council 1,25 Track 1,25 Basketball 1.2.
3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Junior Class Play5 Shutter
Bug 1, 25 "S" Club 2.35 Prom Committee 35 Stony
Echoes Staff 45 Senior Class Play.
NEDDA MOGIE QNo Picturej
FHA 1,2,3,45 GRA 1,2,3,45 "S" Club 2,35 Cam-
era Club 15 Librarian 35 Band 15 Girls' Chorus 15
Mixed Chorus 15 Cheerleader 2.3.45 Junior Class
Play5 Homecoming Queen Candidate 15 Home-
coming Queen 45 Class President 35 Stony Echoes
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RUTH ELLEN NATION
FHA 1,2,3,4g GRA 1,25 GRA Secretary-Treasurer
3,43 Class Secretary-Treasurer 4, Band 1g Home-
coming Queen Candidate 3,4g Student Council 43
Librarian 4g Stony Echoes staff 4g Senior Class
Band 1, 2.3.43 "S" Club 1,2,3g Track 3g Stony
Echoes Staff 4.
Chorus 1, 2,3g Band 1,2,3,4g District Music 1, 2,
3,45 State Music 2,3g Track 1.2, Baseball 1g
Stony Echoes Staff 45 Shutter Bug 1, 2,39 "S" Club
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FFA 1,2,3,4g FFA Reporter 2,3g Chorus 2.3,
Mixed Chorus 2,33 District Music 3,43 Track 1, 2,
3,43 Baseball 2g Stony Echoes Staff 4,
"S" Club 2g Junior Class Play: Shutter Bug 2,33
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3g Boys' Chorus 1, 25 Basketball,
Manager 1, 2g Stony Echoes Staff 4g Senior Class
Junior Class Playg Stony Echoes Staff 43 Class Vice
President 2: Chorus 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2.3: Betty
Crocker Homemaker Award,
FHA 1,2,3,4g FHA Secretary 43 GRA 1,2,3,4g
GRA Vice President 3: Class President 45 Home-
coming Queen Candidate 2g Junior Class Play,
Student Council 1,4g Class Secretary 3: "S" Club
2,33 Stony Echoes Staff 43 Senior Class Play.
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Track 1, 2, 3,4g Baseball 1.2, ag Basketball 1, 2: A 'iiii fi?,f'T'f3i S NM-
"S" Club 2, Chorus 1g Stony Echoes Staff 4, 2 S ' y Aydihme
La Porte, Indiana lg Lakeview, Decatur 2g GRA
3,4g Chorus 3g Junior Class Play, Student Director
Prom Committee 33 Stony Echoes Staff 4g Home-
coming Queen Candidate 3.4.
Chorus 2,3g Prom Committee 3g Junior Class Play
Basketball, Manager 2,45 Stony Echoes Staff 4.
FHA 1,2,3,4, Chairman of Degrees 3g FHA Treas-
urer 4g GRA 1, 2,3,4g GRA President 33 Class Pres-
ident lg Class Treasurer 25 Class Vice President 45
Student Council 4g Stony Echoes, Business Man-
ager 4g "S" Club 2,3g Editor, Channel 7, 4: Jun-
ior Class Playg DAR Award 4g Homecoming Queen
Candidate 1.2: Senior Class Play.
GRA 1g Mixed Chorus 3g Chorus 1,2g Stony Echoes
Dee Ann DeMichael
Ruth Ellen Nation
Wyatt Earp's second
Raise little cheerleaders
Virg's little helper
Poor dirt farmer
Mother of a basketball team
Baby sitter Qher ownj
Home Ec teacher
Owner of Blu Mo
Take over for Groucho
Kiddie car engineer
Sam, Louie, and Ronnie's
Raise cats and dogs
looking one way
A Golden Hawk
Pipes and females
R. L. B.
A page boy
Stock car driver
You tell us
Oh, shut up
All right, all right
See him at noon
Let me see
Let me go, girl
Ever what he said
Now listen, you
All right, already
I never ask you
ln the schdober
Ain't that a blast
You tell me
Wait for me
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Senior Lflass History
On September 1, 1954, thirty-four green freshmen entered the halls of
good old SCHS, Mr. Corby was our advisor for the year. At our first class
meeting we elected the following officers:
President ----- - - - - - BRENDA WHITLOW
Vice President - - - ' ' " JOYCE HODGES
Secretary-Treasurer - - - - NEDDA MOORE
Several of our boys were active in athletics and Sandra Wattelet was
elected to the second team cheerleaders. Sandra Wattelet was the freshman
attendant at the Homecoming, Nedda Moore and Brenda Whitlow were part
of the Queen's court,
At the beginning of our sophomore year we had thirty students back to
start our second year. Mr. Taylor was our class advisor, and our class officers
for the year were:
President ----- - - - ROGER COFFEY
Vice President - - - - - - JOANN STOUT
Secretary ---- - - SANDRA WATTELET
Treasurer - - - - - -BRENDA WHITLOW
Sandra Wattelet was elected as a varsity cheerleader. Suzanne Swigert
was sophomore attendant to the Homecoming Queen, Sandra Wattelet and
Brenda Whitlow were members of the Queen's court,
At the beginning of our junior year twenty-seven students were enrolled.
Miss Morrissey was our advisor, We elected the following class officers:
President ---- - - - NEDDA MOORE
Vice President - - - - - - BETTY HODGES
Secretary-Treasurer - - - - SUZANNE SWIGERT
Sandra Wattelet was elected as a varsity cheerleader, and Nedda Moore
was a second team cheerleader, Betty Hodges was junior attendant at the Home
coming, Carol Ware and Ruth Nation were part of the Queen's court. On
October 5 we presented our class play, "Good Night, Ladies, "
The Junior-Senior banquet and prom was held on May 4. Our theme
was "Destinations Unlimited. " We went to Nation's, Moore's, Taylor's. and
Whitlow's for parties after the prom. We had breakfast in the woods. We
went to St. Louis for our Junior-Senior trip. All of us took sack lunches, and
we visited many places of interest,
Back for the final year came twenty-three seniors. Under our advisor,
Mrs. Ducy, we elected the following class officers:
President ---------------- SUZANNE SWIGERT
Vice President ---- - - BRENDA WHITLOW
Secretary-Treasurer - - - - RUTH ELLEN NATION
Our activities for the year centered around the publication of the an-
nual which the seniors sponsor, To make money for the annual we sold Christ
mas cards, and solicited advertising to appear in the annual. At the Home-
coming we sponsored a cake walk, and a dance, The Homecoming was held
February 21, following the basketball game with Findlay. The senior girls
who were members of the Queen's court were Ruth Ellen Nation and Carol
Ware. Nedda Moore was elected Queen.
Several of the boys from our class have been outstanding in sports. A
number of our girls have been leaders in home economics and 4-H work, and
several of the boys have been prominent in F, F, A. and agriculture,
Brenda Whitlow was selected by her classmates and the faculty to re-
ceive the D. A, R, Award which is given to a senior girl each year on the basis
On March 28, we presented our senior class play, "Kissin' Cousin. "
The last few weeks of our senior year were full of plans for Junior-Sen-
ior Prom, Baccalaureate, and Commencement. As the final days of our high
school career drew to a close we all remembered the good times we had at
good old SCHS,
Senivr 611155 Prophecy
In the western part of our great nation, in the year 1970, the years
of scientific research and the result of much effort are being combined
for future use. The long-awaited event is the launching of the first
artificial planet known as "Pluteria. " As "Operation S" fsuicidey un-
folds, the lives of a great many people are afflicted, we mean af-
The scene is the Mt. Adams Atomic Research Center named after
the famous atomic physicist, Bob Adams.
News of the launching of "Pluteria" was released to the national
presses by General Roger Coffey, the commanding officer of the re-
search center. It has also been revealed that a long-time friend and
a valuable co-worker at the center, Captain Ronald Taylor, will man
the artificial planet in its outer space position. qThe Captain did not
volunteer for this task.j
Meanwhile,at a nearby mountain ski lodge owned by Nedda Moore
and Suzanne Swigert, guests are flocking in from far and near to
witness the history-making event. Carol Ware was the first person to
arrive. Carol is now an internationally known figure in the field of
fashion. She designs hats in Paris. Her award-winning creation re-
sembled the Eiffel Tower. Next, arrived the former Cleta Wiseman,
now the wife of a Texas oil tycoon. Her arrival is immediately
followed by Dee Ann DeMichael. Dee Ann is the proprietoress of De-
Michael's "Pizza Palace" near Niagara Falls.
Working at the lodge is the entertainment world's latest singing
sensation, the one and only Lonnie Lincoln, formerly known back in
a small town as Lonnie Stivers. Lonnie's great talent was discovered
by Suzanne . . . and Nedda. Also the world's ski champion, Betty
Hodges is present as the lodge's ski instructor.
Meanwhile back at the Center, under the cover of the darkness, a
mysterious form appears at a laboratory window. He is watching the
eccentric scientist, Doctor Jarvis Allen, preparing secret formulas.
As midnight approaches, Dr. Allen finishes his work and begins to
leave. As he leaves, he is attacked and carried off in a laundry bag.
He is thrown into the back of a station wagon. After a short ride they
arrive at the lodge. He is unsuspectingly carried in with the luggage
and locked in a guest room. Dr. Allen quickly concludes that he has
been kidnapped by foreign agents wishing to acquire his valuable
Unknown to Dr. Allen, however, his kidnapper was none other than
Lonnie Stivers. Lonnie has been hired by Suzanne and Nedda to abduct
the doctor. Due to his eccentric behavior, he would not attend the
class reunion being planned by Nedcla and Suzanne, that is, unless he
was "persuaded" to attend.
Also on the way to the lodge are Joyce Hodges, Ruth Nation, and
Brenda Whitlow. These girls are, coincidentally, working for the same
newspaper. Joyce is dabbling in astrology, Ruth is writing advice to
the lovelorn, and Brenda is a fashion reporter. Tom Marucco is there
for business as well as the reunion. He is a member of the Secret
Service and has been assigned to safeguard "Operation S. " Kenneth
Spires and Minor Dishon arrive from their nearby experimental
"Hampshire Haven." Theirs is the largest hog farm in the world. Tom
Watson, now an important executive at Universal Motors in Detroit,
has taken time off from designing the "Wonder Car." This car is
equipped with radar and is positively guaranteed to stop at all rail-
Unfortunately Joann Stout could not be present. Joann runs a girls
school in Florida and could not leave her girls. Charles Grant could
not leave his store in New York, which specializes in space equipment,
due to the recent increase in business. This also explains the absence
of Patricia Everlen, who is Charles' head clerk, and Kent Clark who
models cosmic ray-proof vests in Charlie's store. Jerry Spcikard and
Mack Smith are now quite famous court reporters. Their training in
shorthand became quite valuable.
The three-day reunion turned our to be quite a success. However,
it was a little sad to say goodbye once more to all the old friends
ln case you're wondering--the launching of "Pluteria" was can-
celled indefinitely. It seems Tom Marucco wasn't up to par and there
came about quite a mix-up in Dr. Allen's formulas for atomic fuel
and Dee Ann's pizza recipes.
Smizfr Hass Will
We, the Seniors of 1958, being of small body and no mind, declare this our
Last Will and Testament.
To the Board of Education and Faculty, we leave peace and quiet.
To the Juniors, our good habits and behavior.
To the Sophomores, we leave our grades so they may improve them.
To the Freshmen, we will our ability to get along with each other.
I Bob Adams, will my smiles to Roy Sims providing he uses them to a good
I, Jarvis Allen, will my hot rod driving to Gene Hurelbrink provided he keeps
I, Kent Clark, will my manly physique to Cecil Chesser.
I Roger Coffey, will my flat top to Coach Dettro. Then maybe the girls will
I, Dee Ann DeMichael, will my quietness to Carolyn Schowska because she
I, Minor Dishon, will my 'bold' manner to Wayne Dortch who, although he
doesn't need it, will fully develop it.
I, Pat Everlen, will my Social Studies to no one.
I, Charles Grant, will Aggie to the hoot owls.
I, Betty Hodges, will my freckles to anyone who will take them.
I Joyce Hodges, will my intelligence to Deloris Downs so that she may get on
the honor roll.
I, Tom Marucco, will my basketball suit to Phillip Beck providing he grows
I, Nedda Moore, will my ability to play softball to Carolyn Rufty if she
promises to strike out every other time.
I, Ruth Ellen Nation, will my car to anyone who can afford to buy gas for it.
I, Mack Smith, will my horn to anyone who thinks they are windy enough to
I, Jerry Spickard, will my talking ability to Richard Myers if he asks at least
five questions in each class.
I, Kenneth Spires, will all my old girl friends to the freshman boys.
I Lonnie Stivers, will my whiskers to Fred Letcher providing he shaves only
once a week.
I Joann Stout, will my diamond to anyone who thinks they can get it away
I, Suzanne Swigert, will my sore toes to Miss Morrissey providing someone
steps on them at least twice a day.
I, Ronnie Taylor, will my ability to get along with teachers to Jim Colbrook.
I, Carol Ware, will my ability to go steady for at least a year to Nancy Allen.
I, Tom Watson, will leave quietly and peacefully.
I, Brenda Whitlow, will my red hair to Susie Buis if she promises not to get it
I, Cleta Wiseman, will all my aches and pains to anyone foolish enough to
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President ------ ---- - - MARILYN MILLER
Vice President - - - ----- BILL BECK
Secretary-Treasurer - - - - NANCY ALLEN
Sponsor --------------- - - Mlss MORRISSEY
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Secretary-Treasurer - - -
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President ---- - - - CHARLES ATER
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Secretary-Treasurer - - - - - - RONALD BECK
Sponsor ------- - - MR, SHIMP
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Blackwell, Vickie Buchanan, Susie Buis, Otis Clark. Third row: Leah Coffey, Pete
Coins, Garrett Collenberger, Virginia Coy, Janet Crist, Jim Curtner. Fourth row: Larry
Dooley, Wayne Dortch, Dianna Downs, Kathleen Doyle, Tom Everlen, Sharon Gisinger,
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Director: Mr, Shimp,
First row: Mr, Smith, Errol Duni, Bi11McChristy, Gene Hurelbrink, Sharon Brown, Bill
Beck, Second row: Chuck Ater, Janet Pollock, Mary Lou Watson, Suzanne Swigert,
Ruth Nation, Brenda Whitlow, Nancy Allen,
Deloris Downs, Carolyn Sckowska, Agnes Graham, Dianna Downs
First row: Miss Holben, Joyce Hodges, Ruth Ellen Nation, Brenda Whitlow, Betty Hodges,
Medda Moore, Suzanne Swigert, Deloris Downs, Nancy Allen, Mary Lou Watson, Janet
Pollock. Second row: Carolyn Sckowska, Kathy Doyle, Janet Crist, Sandra Marron,
Mary Ann Woods, Susie Buis, Deloris Wright, Sharon Lamonte, Janet Nation, Marilyn
Miller, Dorothy Grant, Shirley Buchter. Third row: Myrna Fry, Sheila Thomason,
Dianna Downs, Sharon Gisinger, Sharon Schroyer, Sandra McPeek, Elsie Coffey, Phyllis
Tippitt, Lorraine Hodges, Carolyn Rufty. Fourth row: Ann DeMichae1, Linda Pile,
Agnes Graham, Beverly Tebo, Sharon Brown, Jackie Swanner, Shirley Tebo, Sharon
V President - NEDDA MOORE
Vice President - BETTY
Secretary - SUZANNE
Treasurer - BRENDA WHITLOW
Chairman of Degrees - RUTH
Chairman of Projects - MARY
Chairman of Public Relations -
Parliamentarian - JANET
Chairman of Recreation -
Historian - NANCY ALLEN
First row: Bill Beck, Bob Carls, Tom Bollinger, Gene Hurelbrink, Bill McChri.sty,
Ronnie Bauer, Jerry Smith. Second row: Bruce Robinson, Eugene Manley, Leonard
Blackwell, Richard Myers, Jim Colbrook, Fred Hill, Minor Dishon. Third row: Bill
Moma, Jim Graham, Larry Spires, Mr. Barthel, Phillip Beck, Bill Colbrook, Harold
Coffey, Ralph Hodges, Charles Grant, Dixon Linn.
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President - BILL BECK
Vice President - BILL
Reporter - RONNIE BAUER
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First row: Vicki Buchanan, Janet Pollock, Ruth Ellen Nation, Joe Marron, Betty Hodges,
Nancy Allen, Marilyn Miller. Second row: Errol Duni, Elsie Coffey, Joyce Hodges,
Mary Lou Watson, Miss Morrissey, Iudy Jouglet, Sandra Marron, Lorraine Hodges, Carol
Wingler, Janet Watson, Brenda Whitlow.
First row: Brenda Whitlow, Carol Ware, Ruth Nation, Sharon Brown, Janet Pollock,
Marilyn Miller, Nancy Allen, Betty Hodges, Shirley Buchter, Joyce Hodges, Second
row: Miss Morrissey, Dorothy Grant, Carolyn Sckowska, Sandra Marron, Mary Ann
Woods, Janet Crist, Suzanne Swigert, Nedda Moore, Deloris Downs, Vickie Buchanan,
Susie Buis, Third row: Carol Wingler, Dianna Downs, Sandra McPeek, Mary Lou Wat-
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DeMichael, Fourth row: Sandra Dye, Ann DeMichael, Agnes Graham, Scarlet Beard,
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Watson, Nancy Allen, Second row: Chuck Ater, Errol Duni, Gene Hurelbrink, Janet
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Jodie and Bruce, Mollie and Harry. Jenni isn't especially interested in anyone
as a matter of choice, Then there is Tom, who is a little shy, and who is a
friend of all of them.
This cozy arrangement is disrupted when sweet-talking Lucy Lee, from
South Carolina, arrives for a visit with her "kissin' kinfolk" up North, Even
Tom is smitten, and the girls decide to make him more attractive for Lucy
so that their boy friends will be safe, Of course, Jenni then decides Tom is
the one boy she has been waiting for. Randolph arrives from Lucy's home
town, and in a fit of temper Lucy announces her engagement to Tom, much
to the surprise of everyone including Tom. Things turn out happily for all,
however, and it proves to be a wonderful summer.
HER KISSIN' COUSIN
Jodie Armstrong - - - - - SUZANNE SWIGERT
Jenni Desmond ----- RUTH ELLEN NATION
Lucy Lee Saunders ----- BRENDA WHITLOW
Mollie Farrell - - - - - - BETTY HODGES
Tam Jackson ---- - - TOM MARUCCO
Randolph Fitzhugh - - - - ' -IARVIS ALLEN
Bruce Bartlett - - - - - BOB ADAMS
Harry Ames - - ' - -LONNIE STIVERS
The Ninth Annual Homecoming was sponsored by the Stony Echoes Staff on Feb-
ruary 21, 1958.
Each class nominated three girls to represent their class in the coronation cere-
monies, From these twelve girls the student body selected a Queen and three Attend-
antsg the other girls were the Queen's court, Beverly Tebo played the processional and
recessional, and Kenneth Spires announced the girls and escorts,
Following a trumpet salute by Mack Smith, the coronation ceremony began with
the entrance of Lauralu Griffith, 1957 Queen, escorted by Bob Adams, Then came the
girls of the Queen's court with their escorts, followed by the special Attendants who
preceded Nedda Moore, 1958 Queen, escorted by Roger Coffey,
Special Attendants to the Queen were Carol Wingler, Junior, escorted by Tom
Bollingerg Delores Wright, Sophomore, escorted by Richard Thompson, Vickie Buchanan
Freshman, escorted by Gary Brown, Debra Swigert was the flower girl, and Glenn
Nation the crown bearer.
Other members of the court were Kathy Doyle escorted by Bill MeChristy, Mary
Ann Woods escorted by Bruce Robinson, Sharon Brown escorted by Jarvis Allen, Janet
Pollock escorted by Gene Hurelbrink, Nancy Allen escorted by Donald Kramer, Marilyn
Miller escorted by Charles Ray Hudson, Ruth Nation escorted by Leslie Nolan, and
Carol Ware escorted by Lonnie Stivers.
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Christy, Ralph Stevens, Richard Thompson, Dean Tabacchi,
BASKETBA LL SCORES
"B" TEAM VARSITY
60 Edinburg 53
53 Niantic 69
54 ' Tower Hill 50
41 ' Blue Mound 59
54 ' Moweaqua 42
48 ' Findlay 53
31 Morrisonville 41
27 ' Macon '10
41 ' Assumption 45
46 ' Illiopolis 66
69 Rochester 67
46 Mt. Auburn 46
42 Raymond 53
50 ' Moweaqua 49
32 Edinburg 56
34 ' Assumption 61
48 ' Blue Mound 55
50 Mt, Auburn 58
37 ' Macon '70
40 ' Findlay 55
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Blue Mound 54 SHS 56
Illiopolis 32 SHS 38
Tower Hill 40 SHS 55 First
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Assumption 47 SHS 65
Edinburg so SHS 52 First
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Bollinger 367 14, 7
Marucco 312 13. 0
Beck 214 8. 5
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