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LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. L. W. Earles, Principalg Mr. Miley Miller, Mr. Robert Fetzer, Mr. Ralph Swift, Secretary
Mr. Bruce Steele, Presidentg Mr. Lewis Barr, Mr. Robert Siemers, Mr. Russell Alleman.
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Mrs. Klehm, Mrs. Baker
Lefty - Custodian BUS DUVCFS
Lefty, Bob, Chum, Slim, Herb, Rich.
Mrs. Earles - Secretary
FRONT ROW - Mr, Puetz, Marian Olson, Ruth lfliltabrand, Bonnie Brown, Marcia Folty, Shirley Barry, Barbara Mer
tel, Pat Lewis, Jim Lock. SECOND ROW - Jim Goodbretl, Bill Gingerich, Myrle Sarver, Anna Diiffell. Paula Wal
genbach, Jim Earles, Ralph Cole, Paul Cofoid, lim Bernardoni, THIRD ROW - Larry Phelps, Diane Fleming, Gary
Rowe, Bob Clark, Leonard Lance, Dale Vogel, Mike Patterson, Dennis Arkels, Ellen Keith, Jon Barnhart.
Superman and a Gypsy
Jim Earles . . . , , , , , President
Jon Barnhart . . . . Vice-President
Marian Olson. . , , , , Secretary
Bob Clark ......... . . . . . Treasurer
Mike Patterson ...,,,,,,,,. Reporter
Anna Duffell 8L Jim Goodbred ..... Student
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FRONT ROW - Mr. Ernst, Dick Minick, Ruth Runyon, Phyliss Fetzer, Gail Schmitt, Judy Walgenbach, Kathy Sons,
Jean Barr, Linda Woolcox. SECOND ROW - Alice Brown, Sharon Terrill, Nancy Ringer, Barbara Frederick, Darlene
Harseim, Roberta Clearwater, Loretta Topolski, Linda Kreiser, Jerry Whalen. THIRD ROW - Ruth Johnson, June
Siemers, Betty Burgess, David Aschinger, Sandra Pryde, Pat Michael, Sam Calkins, Bonnie Brady, Ruth Redenius.
FOURTH ROW - Jim Ebner, Chuck Siemers, Dale Jaegle, Duane Schafer, Joe Olson, Bill Sherman, Dennis Killen,
Larry Quade, Ray Smith.
I hope you have a nice sock hop. President . . . . . . . . . . Bonnie Brady
Vice-President . . . . Jerry Whalen
Secretary. . . . . . Alice Brown
Treasurer .......... Larry Quade
Reporter ..... . . . Darlene Harseim
Student Council Representatives ....
Kathy Sons 85106 Olson
FRONT ROW--Miss Stehl, Rosemary Bernardoni, Karen Cabal, Janice Burgess, Janet Farneti, Sandy McLaughlin
Olivialfrangenberg, Judy Strack, Sharon Schmitt. SECOND ROW--Mr. Rebuck, Ruth Dart, Katy Cooper, Rhoda
Nicholson, Sharon Zimmerman, Rich Plock, Sandra Siemers, Diana Clayburn, Suzanne Gass, Carol Siemers.
THIRD ROW--Kent Zimmerman, Jerry Frangenberg, Fred Topolski, Joe Smith, Jerry Skinner, Greg Fritz, Dan-
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The Juniors did a fine job selling candy this President ........ Jerry Frangenberg
year, Vice-President . . .... Jerry Skinner
Secretary .... . . . Judy Strack
Treasurer ............ Rudi Dart
Reporter ......... Rhoda Nicholson
Student Council Representatives ......
Olivia Frangenberg 8a Jim Sons
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Assistant Editor - Donna Schafer
SEATED--Ted Bayler, Betty Clark, Sherin Alleman, Rhoda Nicholson, Donna Schafer. STANDING--Janice Burgess
Darlene Harseim, Marilyn Redenius, Roger Siemers, Roberta Wiertz, Jim Sons, Jim Ebner, Michael Patterson, Mr.
Myler, Rita Huss.
FRONT ROW -Jim Sons, Jim Ebner, Jerry Johnson, Roger Siemers, Deane Vogel, Rich Plock, Mr. Irvine. SECOND
ROW -Jim Goodbred, Bill Gingerich, Ken Mortenson, Chuck Siemers, Kent Zimmerman, Joe Arkels, Sam Calkins,
Don Cable, Jerry Whalen. THIRD ROW - Dale Vogel, Dale Jaegle, Joe Olson, Duane Rose, Bill Sherman, Larry
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Jim Ebner . . . . Reporter
Rich Plock . . .... Treasurer
Roger Siemers . . . . President
Deane Vogel , . Vice -President
Jerry Johnson. . . . . Secretary
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of the National Safety Council for our chapter winning the State Farm Safety
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Sandy Siemers . . . Recreation Chairman
Roberta Wiertz . . ....... Historian
Anita Flock . ....... Historian
Betty Clark. . .... Degree Chairman
Karen Cabal . . . Recreation Chairman
Linda Bartolt . . ....... President
Sherin Alleman . ........ Reporter
Donna Schafer . . . . Program Chairman
Ruth Dart .... ...... T reasurer
Rita Huss ...... ..... S ecretary
FRONT ROW - Ruth Dart, Judy Strack, Linda Bartolt, Rita Huss, Sherin Alleman, Miss Stehl, SECOND ROW - Sandy
Siemers, Diane Fleming, June Siemers, Rhoda Nicholson, Betty Clark, Paula Jean Walgenhack, Ruth Johnson, Ruth
Redenius, THIRD ROW - Darlene Harseim, Katy Cooper, Roberta Clearwater, Sharon Terrill, Carol Siemers. Janet
Farneti, Eleanor Frederick, Nancy Ringer, Barbera Frederick. FOURTH ROW - Sandy McLaughlin, Gail Schmitt,
Anita Flock, Roberta Wiertz, Shirley Barry, Jan Shawback, Alice Brown, Olivia Frangenberg, Linda Kreiser. FIFTH
ROW - Phylis Fetzer, Kathy Sons, Judy Walgenbach, Jean Barr, Sharon Schmitt, Ruth Runyon, Pat Lewis, Rosemary
Bernardoni, Karon Cabal. SIXTH ROW - Louise Mortenson, Betty Burgess, Sandra Pryde, Sharon Gehm, Donna
Schafer, Sharon Zimmerman, Evelyn Watson, Marilyn Redenius, Diane Clayhurn.
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a wonderful dinner after Cleanmg up our Flremen s Hall
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Linda Bartolt .
Donna Schafer .
Jim Sons .....
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A practice session in our new band room
Donna Schafer SL Marilyn Reclenius
Linda Bartolt, Sandra Siemers, Ruth Dart, Rita Huss, Betty
Clark, Donna Schafer, Pianist - Marilyn Redenius.
FRONT ROW - Phillip Duffell, Jan Shawback, Wilbur McLaughlin, Roger Siemers, Rita Huss, Louise Mortenson.
SECOND ROW - Tom Miller, Donna Schafer, Mr. Puetz, Linda Bartolt, Sharon Gehm, Ted Bayler, Craig Fetzer,
lt was powerful crow ded sleepinfl
Juney Lou, Paw Belsnickle's third
daughter, talks about getting mar'
ried. Maw insists that the two
older daughters, Ceelie and Bon-
nie Mae, should be married first.
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excitement in the Belsnickle home.
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Fountain of youth.
Duz youse gotta room fer rent?
There's nothing startling or even unusual
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when Henry's boss fired him and his girl
friend threw him overboard and Aunt Ethel
ordered him from her boarding house be-
cause of no rent money. Well, poor
homeless, girl-less and jobless Henry,
spending the night in a park, meets one,
Mr. Bumpus. He pours out his troubles
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dealt him a miserable blow and he has a
friend named Ernest who, for only 517. 83,
gets poor downtrodden souls like Henry
out of their misery. So Henry, in his
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and better and--BOING--he remembers
he's paid his last cent to someone named
Ernest to get him out of this World. Need-
less to say, he's really in misery now,
especially when virtually everyone he en-
counters is named Ernest.
Henry Gilcrest . . ...... . . .Jerry Skinner
Aunt Ethel . . . .Kathleen Cooper
Margie . . . ...... Susie Gass
Pumpkin . . ..... Sandy Siemers
Jill .... ...... I anice Burgess
Gladys . . . . . .Rosemary Bernardoni
Poor downtrodden Henry! No wonder, look who he has in Aunt Stella . . . . Rhoda NiChOlS0r1
his hair WOMEN!! Clarissa . . . . Sharon Zimmerman
Ernestine . . . . . Sharon Schmitt
Ernie ...... ...... Ri ch Ploch
Mr. Bumpus . . . . Jerry Frangenberg
Sleepy ..... .... F red Topolski
C. E. Grimm ............ Danny Vargochik
Dr. Earnest. . . . .......... . . . . Greg Fritz
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Mr, Rebuck's Music Lesson.
STANDING--Mrs, Irvine, Evelyn Watson, Darlene Harseim, Jerry Frangenberg, Sharon Schmitt, Janet Farneti
SEATED--Rich Ploch, Janice Burgess, Rita Huss.
Mr. Myler's Typing II Class
Mr. Clark's Drivers' Training Class
Mr. Loebach's U. S. History Class
Mr. Puetz's English II Class
...N Cm Mr. Ernst's Bookkeeping Class
Defence af Waimea
Mrs. Irvine's French Class
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Miss Stehl's Home Ec II Class
Mr. Deany's Chemistry Class
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The Student Council is the governing
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Wilbur McLaughlin . ..... President
Jim Sons ...... . . Vice-President
Olivia Frangenberg . ..... Secretary
Marilyn Redenius . .... Reporter
Wilbur McLaughlin Roger Siemers
Dave Aschinger Center Mike Folty
Tom Miller Ted Bayler
d Manager Barnhart
Bob Clark Center Greg Fritz
STANDING--Coach Clark, Bob Clark, Wilbur McLaughlin, Roger Siemers, Joe Olson, Jerry Skinner, Greg Fritz,
Dale Iaegle, Tom Miller, Dave Aschinger. KNEELING--Jon Barnhart, Managerg Ted Bayler, Jim Bernardoni, Paul
Cofoid, Wayne Lance, Jim Goodbred, Jim Earles, Dick Minick, Mike Folty.
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Wilbur McLaughlin, Dale Vogel, David Aschinger. THIRD ROW--Gary Rowe, Larry Fleming, Roger Siemers,
Coach Clark, Bob Clark, Tom Miller, Jon Barnhart.
Tom Miller, Dave Aschinger, Wilbur McLaughlin.
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KENNETH ALLEMAN5 Band 1-2-3-45 Annual Stan 25
Class Play 4.
Sl-IERIN ALLEMAN5 Class Reporter 1-45 Paper Staff I-
45 F.I-l.A. 1-2-3-4, Reporter 45 Band 1-2-3-4, Drum
Major 45 Warriorettes 1-2-3-4, Secretary-Treasurer 2-
3, Captain 45 Chorus 1-2-3-45 Class Play 3-4.
LINDA BARTOLT5 Class Secretary 1-3-45 Band 1-2-3-
4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 45 Chorus 1-2-3-45
Ensemble 3-45 F.I-i.A. 1-2-3-4, Secretary 3, President
45 Class Play 3-45 Librarian 35 Student Council 45 Sci-
ence Club 15 Pep Club 3.
TEDDY BAYLER: Class President 3-45 Class Play 3-45
Paper Staff 45 Baseball 2-3-45 Basketball 1-2-3-45
Track 1-2-3-45 Science Club 1.
DON CABAL: Transferred from Lostant 15 E.F.A. 2-3-
BETTY CLARK: Band 2-3-45 Chorus 1-2-3-45 Ensemble
3-45 F. H.A. 1-2-3-4, Degree Chairman 45 Paper Staff
45 Class Play 3-4.
PHILLIP DUFFELL: Chorus 35 Class Play 3, 4.
CRAIG FETZER: Transferred from St. Louis, Montana
25 Basketball 25 Track 25 Class Play 3-4.
DON FIEDLER5 F,F,A. I-2-35 Baseball I5 Class Play
45 Basketball Manager I.
LARRY ELEMING: F,F.A. I-2-3-45 Baseball 2-3-45
Basketball 15 Track 1.
MIKE POLTY5 Baseball 1-2-3-45 Basketball 1-2-3-45
ELEANOR FREDERICK: Band 1-2-3-45 F.I-l.A. 1-2-3-
45 Class Play 4.
simnou Gm-nvi: F,n,A, 1-2-3-45 science Club 15
Chorus 2-3-45 Class Play 3-45 Pep Club 3.
RITA IIUSS5 Class Treasurer 3-45 Student Council
Representative 25 Student Council Reporter 25 Paper
Stuii'2-3-51, Assistant Editor 3, Editor 45 Cheerleader
l-2-3--15 Warriorettes 1-2-3-4, Co-captain 4, Captain
2-35 lf. ll.A. 1-2-3-4, Recreational Chairman 2, Sec-
retary 4, Section 19 Treasurer 45 Band 1-2-3-4,
Treasurer 3, Secretary 45 Librarian 45 Chorus 1-2-3-45
Ensemble 45 Class Play 3-4.
JERRY JOHNSON: F.E.A, 1-2-3-4, Secretary 3-45
Class Treasurer 2.
WILBUR MCLAUGHLIN: Chorus 2-35 Baseball 1-2-3-45
Basketball 1-2-3-45 Track 1-2-3-45 Student Council
3-4, President 45 Class President 25 Class Treasurer 15
Student Council Representative 35 Annual Staff 25 Class
Play 3-45 Science Club 1.
MARTHA MARETA: F,H.A, 1-2-3-45 Class Play 4.
TOM MILLER: Class Vice-President 3-45 Student Coun-
cil Representative 15 Basketball 1-2-3-45 Track 3-45
Baseball 45 Class Play 3-45 Science Club 1.
KEN MORTENSON: F,F,A. 1-2-3-4, Reporter 3.
LOUISE MORTENSON: Band 1-2-3-45 Class Play 45
F.H. A. 1-2-3-4.
ANITA PLOCH: F.H,A, 1-2-3-4, Historian 4,
Parliamentarian 25 Chorus l-2-3-45 Science Club 15
Pep Club 3.
MARILYN REDENIUS5 F.l-l.A. 1-2-3-4, Parliamen-
tarian 45 Chorus 1-2-3-4, President 45 Band 3-4, Stu-
dent Council Representative 45 Accompanied Girls'
Ensemble 2-3-45 Librarian 35 Paper Staff 45 Annual
Staff 3-45 Class Play 3-45 Student Council 4, Reporter
DUANE ROSE: F.F,A, 1-2-3-4: Baseball 3.
DONNA SCHAEER: Class Vice-President 15 Class Re-
porter 2-35 Band 1-2-3-4, Vice-President 3, President
45 Chorus 1-2-3-45 Ensemble 3-45 F.H. A. 1-2-3-4,
Degree Chairman 2, Vice-President 3, Program Chair-
man 45 Class Play 45 Paper Staff 2-3-4, Assistant Edi-
tor 45 Science Club 1, Secretary 15 Librarian 35
Accompanied Girls' Ensemble 1.
JANICE SHAWBACK5 F.I-l,A, 1-2-3-45 Class Vice-
President 25 Librarian 2-35 Annual Staff 2-3-4, Assist-
ant Editor 3, Editor 45 Band 2-3, Student Council
Representative 35 Class Play 45 Student Council 3, Re-
porter 35 Paper Staff 3.
ROGER SIEMERS: Class President 15 Class Student Coun
cil Representative 2-45 Basketball 1-2-3-45 Baseball
I-2-3-45 Track 3-45 Student Council 2-45 F.F.A. 1-
2-3-4, Reporter 2, Vice-President 3, President 45
Paper Staff 2-3-4, Sports Editor 3-45 Class Play 3-45
Chorus 25 F.H.A. King 2.
DEANE VOGEL: F,F,A, 1-2-3-4, Sentinel 3, Vice-
President 45 Baseball 35 Track 35 Chorus 3,
EVELYN WATSON: Class Play 3-45 F.H.A. 1-2-3-45
Class Student Council Representative 1-3-4, Secretary
35 Librarian 4.
ROBERTA WIERTZ: F.H.A, 1-2-3-4, Historian 45
Science Club 15 Chorus 1-2-3-4, Reporter 45 Paper
Staff 45 Annual Staff 4.
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We, the Senior Class of 1960, being of unsound mind, do hereby will and bequeath the
following items to our former schoolmates .
I, Kenneth Alleman, wish to bestow the treasures of my P.E. talents to my amiable succes
sor, Danny Vargochik.
I, Sherin Alleman, will my short straight blond hair to Diane Clayburn .
I, Linda Bartolt, will my ability to get good grades in Chemistry fwithout studyingl to
Janice Burgess .
I, Ted Bayler, will my height to Jerry Skinner.
I, Jim Brewer, will to Rich Ploch the ability to be a big business man and run a factory.
I, Don Cabal, will my ability to smoke to Kent Zimmerman.
I, Betty Clark, will my position in ensemble to Rhoda Nicholson.
I, Phillip Duffell, will my ability to mess around with customizing and never accomplish
it to Ray Smith.
I, Craig Fetzer, will my ability to act as a minister to Jim Sons .
I, Don Fiedler, will my "D.A haircut to Dennis Killen.
I, Larry Fleming, will my ability to hit home runs to Dick Minick.
I, Mike Folty, will my ability to stay away from the girls to Jerry Frangenberg.
I, Eleanor Frederick, will my ability to hit a volley ball with both hands to Sharon Schmitt.
I, Sharon Gehm, will my ability to drive through fences without getting hurt to Janet
Farneti in hopes that she drives better than I did .
I, Rita I-Iuss, will to Sandy Siemers my ability to become attracted to a "Jerry."
I, Jerry Johnson, will to Joe Smith my ability to have a car at any time I like.
I, Bill Keith, will my love for math to Larry Ouade.
I, Wilbur McLaughlin, will my ability to "goof off' to Sam Calkins.
I, Martha Mareta, will my ability in Shorthand to Olivia Frangenberg in hopes she does
better than I.
I, Tom Miller, will my ability to win a sure bet to Greg Fritz.
I, Ken Mortenson, will my orneriness to Sharon Zimmerman in hopes that she will im-
I, Louise Mortenson, will my love for P.E. to Carol Siemers .
I, Anita Ploch, will my unusually quiet manner to Sandy McLaughlin.
I, Marilyn Redenius, will my long hair to Ruth Dart.
I, Duane Rose, will my ability to get better grades in English IV to Fred Topolski.
I, Donna Schafer, will five inches of my height to Karen Cabal.
I, Janice Shawback, will my position on the annual staff to Judy Strack.
I, Roger Siemers, will my ability to grow a beard to Duane Dauber.
I, Deane Vogel, will my ability to stay out of trouble to Katy Cooper . i
I, Evelyn Watson, will my interest in "a Rog" to Susie Cass .
I, Roberta Wiertz, will my "shoo-shoes" to Rosemary Bernadoni so she can have a pony-
tail without long hair .
We, the class of 1960, do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament and do
here unto set our seal.
THE SENIOR CLASS
This is the night of May 29, 2068. It should be our class' 100th reunion, but none of the other class members were
fortunate enough to receive the opportunity of our new scientific discovery, "youth serum."
Besides not having our class present, the night is gloomy, morbid, and lonely. The moon is even hiding behind
a cloud which makes it seem even lonelier.
We are 118 years old now, and while teminising about our graduation, we agreed to turn to the files and look up
what had happened to our classmates.
As we looked into our first file I ready
SHARON GEHM - poor soul! She had been a warden in an international mental institution. It's not too surpris-
ing how she met her fate, considering that only violent, hopeless cases were sent there.
It began to look quite interesting so we continued:
DEANE VOGEL - He was so young, only 84, but successful in his youth. He held position of Ambassador to Camp
Kukamonga. He got caught between the Marines and Boy Scouts.
BILLY KEITH - We are so proud to think we had known him, and shocked that he had been crushed by his own
self-designed and self-built mechanical man. He had been a second Einstein.
DONNA SCHAFER - She drove a catapillar and supposedly pushed a wrong button. It's a shame she had to be
standing in front of it.
We observed by looking further:
DONALD FIEDLER - Best race driver of all time. He won the 500 mile Indiana race for 40 years in succession.
Fool, it's too bad he could drive so well, but couldn't walk across a street on a red light.
DUANE ROSE - We even swoon ourselves! He was known as Ricky Roseg the ginchiest disc jockey of the 20th
and 21st centuries. He couldn't get away from the girls. Rick was found half-in, half-out, of a garbage can after
a suicidal jump of 68 floors.
LARRY FLEMING - He was a door-to-door perfume salesman, and was "silenced" by a jealous husband.
ROGER SIEMERS - Wouldn't you know it! World Tiddly-Wink Champion, He always was a pretty good loser,
but after an important game when he found his opponent cheating, he gunned him down and was sent to the chair.
CRAIG FETZER - Such a clean, neat boy in school. Why was he a grease-monkey? We'll never know. He
can't tell us now.
RITA HUSS - Grown tired of the sweet, gentle boys of our home town, she moved into Canada as a cook for a
lumber camp. She had chased her man almost to the top of the tree when--some joker cut it down.
MARILYN REDENIUS - A surprising girl! She wound up polishing candlesticks for Liberace's grandson. Remem-
ber her long hair? Well, it caught on fire.
KENNY MORTENSON - He had been a male pin-up for Hercules Inc. But, he had no backbone. He did not
survive the ordeal after they discovered him without his shoulder pads.
TOM MILLER - Very good at his job, Tom was a manicurist for Cal Apone. Real good--he got bumped off.
WILBUR MCLAUGHLIN - Because of his admiration for the T.C. H. S. teachers, he took up teaching Steno. He
was trampled during a school riot.
JERRY JOHNSON - He had claim to a different fame. Gerald Johnston, President of the United States Organized
Beatniks. Their most important belief was "not working." Starvation overtook him.
MIKE FOLTY - Quiet Mike became the most sought after "gigolo" in the loop. One night he drew the wrong
It's my turn now.
BETTY CLARK - She was star of her own T.V. show, "The Lone Stranger and Pronto." One of the sand bags
fell on her during rehearsal.
KENNY ALLEMAN - His picture was in the paper for swimming the English Channel. Just three days afterwards
the radio blared out that he had drowned in his backyard wading pool.
PHILIP DUFFELL - Phil lived a hermit's life. Loneliness overcame him.
LINDA BARTOLT - She replaced Ward Bond on Wagon Train, fell in love with her scouter and lived happily un-
til the land was all filled and there was no more need for them.
JIM BREWER - A new Tarzan. He tried so hard, but he lacked experience and was strangled by a vine while
flying through the air.
ELEANOR FREDERICK - She was a Soviet Spy and got sent to the moon.
TED BAYLER - Ted held position of editor of "Mad Magazine." He finally went mad.
DON CABAL and MARTHA MARETA, we see, were the male and female leads in the Ice Follies. While perform-
ing a Spectacular at Starved Rock, they glided off " lovers' leap. "
JAN SHAWBACK - Her occupation was fitting. Jan was the model wife to the model husband, the model mother
of the model children, in the model home of the model town. She couldn't take it any longer.
ANITA PLOCH - Big game hunting was het hobby. By accident she shot a baby rhino and made the mother rhino
ROBERTA WIERTZ - Birdie designed faces for a famous plastic surgeon. Oops! Wrong face on right face! !!
LOUISE MORTENSON - She was unanimously voted Miss America. Just too attractive for her own good.
It was getting late when finished, so we locked up the files, swept the floor, and with a backward glance we
swung the big door shut and stumbled our way home. I guess we forgot to explain. You see, we are the janitors of
the National Morgue.
The staff of the 1960 Mirror wishes to thank the following adver-
tisers who helped to make this book possible by their contributions.
Harry Debo and Son " Delvalee's Clothing
"Your Dependable Hardware Store" "Men's Wear"
Phone 461 Peru, Illinois Phone TU 3-8514 Oglesby, Illinois
C.A. Jensen, jewelers 4 Beenenga's Feed gl Grain Company
"Established in 1919" "Honnegger's Feeds"
Phone CA 3-0377 LaSale, Illinois Phone 23 Tonica, Illinois FEEDS
Cedar Lanes Tonica Sheet Metal gl Appliance Co. 'l
"Bowl for Health" "In the Heart of Tonica" L,
Phone 7-491 Cedar Point, Illinois Phone 27 -R-l- Tonica, Illinois
Supreme Dairy Tonica State Bank -f
"Drink Milk" "A Fine Bank in a Fine Town"
p Phone TU 3-8461 Oglesby, Illinois H CMember F.D.I.C.j Tonica, Illinois
Personality Beauty and Barber Shop - PEN Tonica Hardware Company
"Beauty is Our Business" ' Q Q9 "Bert and Winn Jennings"
Phone TU 3-8-31 Oglesby, Illinois ki L J Phone 20-R-1 Tonica, Illinois
Lou's Super Market Tonica Greenhouse gl Nursery df!
"For Fine Food Quality" "On Route 51" '- 4 '
Phone TU 3-8020 Oglesby, Illinois Phone 12-F-2 Tonica, Illinois
Clydesdale's Furniture Warrner's Radio Q
"For the Best in Furniture" "R. C.A. Television gl Radio"
Phone TU 3-841 Oglesby, Illinois Tonica, Illinois
Alleman's Ford Tractor U
"Congratulations to the Class of 1960" Q
Phone 95 Tonica, Illinois Q
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The staif of the 1960 Mirror wishes to
thank the following adver-
tisers who helped to make this book possible by their contribution .
Hummers Furniture Company
Opposite LaSalle City Hall
Farmer's Co -operative
Cedar Point, Illinois
Venturelli's Appliance gl Furniture
Phone TU 3-8313 Oglesby, Illinois
Ribolzi's Shoe Store
Oglesby Department Store
Phone TU 3-8832 Oglesby, Illinois
Kessler's of Oglesby
Dittm ar ' s Drug Store
Phone TU 3-8123 Oglesby, Illinois
Bob's Hobby Shop
Phone TU 3-3413 Oglesby, Illinois
Arkin's Rexall Drugs
Andrew's jewelry 81 Gifts
Phone TU 3-3232 Oglesby, Illinois
Al's Shoe Box
Vicki Lynne Frock Shoppe
Phone TU 3-8666 Oglesby, Illinois
Pick-up Station at Bock's i.n Tonica
Tonica Block Company
Conco Meier Company
Buck's Standard Service Station
Dyer's Nursing Home
L and I-I Cafe
Phone 69 Tonica, Illinois
Folty's Royal Blue Store
Phone l2l-R-l Tonica, Illinois
Phone 14-R-l Tonica, Illinois
Printing and Publishing for 86 years
Baldwin and Kenney Agency
Mi-Own Beauty Shop
Phone 208 -R-l Tonica, Illinois
Bud's Barber Shop
Tri-Parts gl Service, Inc.
Al Smith's Service Station
Phone 152-I Tonica, Illinois
Tonica Lumber gl Supply Company
Phone 36 Tonica, Illinois
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