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Tonica High School
Editor, Lora Dart Advisor Mr. G. O. Irvine
Assistant, Yvonne Storm
DREAMS OF YESTERDAY
TODAY, A D TOMORROW
THE FUTURE WAITS
This is a dream book.
lt is filled with the dreams you have dreamed, and
The ones your classmates,
Your friends have dreamed.
It is a book of today-dreams. ..
I'm worried about the English test. . .
What ifl don't pass...
It's over. . .
And a book of tomorrow-dreams. . .
l can't wait for the weekend...
Tomorrow l'll study. . .
I've got to get started on that project. ..
And a book of next-year dreams. . .
We're going to be seniors. . .
I'm taking six solids...
Next year it will be beautiful. ..
And a book of someday-dreams. ..
I want to be a doctor...
When I raise my children. . .
If I can, I'1l go to Stanford...
But yesterday-dreams are forgotten.
They are gone.
There is no time for yesterday-dreams anymore, for
Yesterday is gone, and
THE YEAR-I925g THE BOGK-THE "MIRROR"
Our editor looks through the first Tonica yearbook with
Pictured on this page is one of the opening leafs of
the first Tonica High School "Mirror" printed in 1925.
This particular book, one of the few still in circula-
tion, is owned by George Weingartner, also pictured
here. The 1925 "Mirror" is enjoyable to look through,
and many aspects of the first annual are not unlike our
yearbooks today. Like the annuals today there are
class pictures, and activities section, and a sports sec-
tion. Annuals today have more pictures and better
covers than the latter-day yearbook. Still, an old
yearbook is a fascinating piece of history, and an edu-
cation to examine and read.
Open pages to the past
Mr. Weingartner and the 1925 "Mirror"
MARY- E DEDICATE THIS TO YCLI
We, the members of the annual staff, would like to
dedicate this Mirror to Mary Ryan Warrner. We would like
to thank her for her fifteen years that she has been assistant
custodian of Tonica High School.
Mrs. Warrner is always willing and able to help us in
any way she can. She lends a helping hand wherever
needed, and is always smiling, thoughtful, and understand-
On behalf of all the students of Tonica High School, the
Mirror staff would like to show their appreciation of her
kindness by this dedication.
When a day's work is done---
After the students leave Mary's work begins.
A night out was enjoyed by all.
FIVE NEW RECGRDS EOR OUR TRACK TEAM
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Five New Records For Our Track Team
Five school records were broken by our track team of this past year.
Bob Foote broke the record in the 400 yard dashg Tom Gualandi for the
880 yard rung and Ben Miller broke both the discus and shot records. The
fifth record was for the Varsity 880 Relay which consisted of Tom Gua-
landi, Bob Strack, Bob Foote and Ben Miller. The team placed second in
the Tiskilwa Annual Relays and fourth in the Tri-County Meet, the only
win being Chuck Lewis in the mile. Most valuable player was Tom Gua-
landi with 93 3X4 points.
, Would you believe - a mile.
A lot of hard work went behind that trophy!
Hercules of T. H. S.
X-COU TRY I ITS SECOND SEASON
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CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD FOR 1967
Kneeling l-r: Greg Myler, Greg Webb, Roger Ford, Jim Arkels. Standing l-r: Coach
Clark, Garold Ghrist, Paul Schmitt, Jim Marconnet, Bob Foote, Rod Brady.
CROSS COUNTRY IN ITS SECOND SEASON
Conference Cross Country is in its second year at Tonica and
still going strong. With a year's experience behind them, the
boys looked good this year and did a nice job of representing our
school. Our ten boys placed third in the Tri-County this year
with Rod Brady finishing in the top ten. Paul Schmitt accumu-
lated the least number of points to become Most Valuable Player
of the 1967 Cross Country season. A runner on a cross country
team competes in running a course of 1, 9 milesg to do this a boy
must possess both speed and stamina. Our boys did a fine job of
measuring up to these standards and are a credit to themselves
and our school.
Push it, Paul! Push it!
But will you feel so happy 1. 9 miles from now?
BA EBALL-A SWINGING SPORT
Kneeling l-r: Jack lmmel, Al Henning, Jerry Ebner, Mike
Gray, Jerry Kreiser, Paul Schmitt, Jim Arkels, Terry
Novak. Standing 1-r: Paul Capponi, Gil Hobneck, Dan
Kreiser, Jim Nagel, Gary Ford, Steve Mareta, Coach
Coach Bayler and friend.
OUTCOME OE THE "6'7, BASEBALL SEASON
There was a good turnout of 24 boys for baseball
this yearg only five were seniors. Our team played ll
games this year and in Conference games our record
was 2-6. The 1967 batting champion was Alan Henn-
ing who batted .273. This year Paul Schmitt was
elected Most Valuable Player. He pitched a no-hitter
against Lostantg pitching a no-hitter against any team
is no easy thing to do. Coach Bayler is looking to a
better season next year with a year's experience under
their belt for many of the returning lettermen.
Ben Miller - Center
Jerry Ebner - Forward
Paul Schmitt - Guard
Gil Hobneck - Gu ard
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Jim Dyer - Guard
Bob Foote - Forward
Jerry Krieser - Guard
Linda gives Coach the "Key to the Conference"
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The Varsity Basketball Team and Coach Bayler.
The J.V. Basketball Team.
GLIMPSES OF QLIR SPORTS ACTIO
Our FIRST X-Country Trophy! Good work boys.
Stretching for those hurdles ahead?
Did you catch it Jerry?
CONDUCTING THE SPIRIT
JUN IOR VARSITY
THE VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS
The Break Through The two Lihda's did a nice job of yelling
CIVIC COUNCIL LEAD T.C. .S.
Top Row 1-r: Yvonne Storm, Rodney Brady, Greg Myler, Jim Dyer, John Ashley, Jim Marconnet. Middle Row 1-r: Barb
Mudge, Barb Zellmer, Jerry Ebner. Bottom Row 1-r: Linda Zimmer, Penny Farneti, Wendy Baker, Christy Hobneck, and
Civic Council Officers: 1-r: Wendy Baker - Secretary, Yvonne Storm - Reporter,
Linda Zimmer - President, Mr. Frederick - Advisor, John Ashley - Vice President,
and Penny Farneti - Treasurer.
TONICA FUTURE HOMEMAKER
Would you believe an F. H.A. meeting? 4 Exif
The F. H,A. girls getting ready to serve at the F. F.A,
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Barb Mudge - President
Wendy Baker - Vice president
Linda Zimmer - Second V.P.
Jane Puetz - Secretary
Ioan Killen - Treasurer
Penny Farneti - Program Chm.
Linda Schmitt - Degree Chm.
Mary Maack - Reporter
Marilyn Calkins and Kay
Henning - Historians
Cindy Swift and Barbara
Kenyon - Recreation Chm.
Mrs. Puetz is Junior Chapter
Mother and Mrs, Maack is Senior
Chapter Mother. This year the
F.H.A. sponsored the New Year's
Dance and the Mr. irresistable
Dance. Two honors that the
F. H.A. received this year were
Barbara Mudge being chosen as
Section 19 delegate to the Na-
tional Convention in Los Angeles,
California and Mary Maack being
chosen as Section 19 Secretary.
F. H.A. members and advisor, Miss Albee
TONICA FUTURE F RMERS
Tonica F.F.A. Members with Mr. Irvine and the F.F.A. Sweetheart, Barbara Mudge.
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1 to rg A1 Henning - Treasurerg Scott Lambert - Secretaryg Ed Grubar - Re-
porterg Marvin Miller - Sentinelg Jim Dyer - President, and Ben Miller - Vice
Soil is the basis of American Agriculture, so the Ag Iclass learn about
Tonica F, F.A. Gold Emblem Chapter
The Tonica F, F.A, was awarded the National Gold Emblem award for
Safety at the National F. F.A, Convention in Kansas City this year, and
Larry Stillwell becomes the third Tonica F. F.A. member to receive the
American Farmer Degree.
Other activities of the F.F.A. - Tom Gualandi received State Farmer
degree, and was winner of the State Safety Award. Scott Lambert was in-
dividual winner in the Section 7 Land Classification contest. The Meat
Judging team was rated Superior. Tonica F. F.A. was sixth in State Oh those big brown eyes
American Heritage Program, and received the U. S. Treasury Department
Award, Gold Emblem chapter in Corn Harvest and Tractor Safety, program
and we had a display at the State Convention.
We had plenty of watermelon for everyone.
Ag Ill class put up a new set of wood
signs "Our American Heritage - Agri-
BA D GIVES WINTER
The band members and conductor Mr. Elder
Memorial Day services
This year the band was always busy. The year started out
by going to Northwestern to march. Then the band sold fruit-
cakes, had a Winter and Spring concert, played at all home
basketball games and went to contest. As a reward the band was
allowed to take a trip to tour a factory. This year was one of
the most successful years the band has ever had. The band has
been lead by our director, Mr. Elder.
AND SPRING CONCERTS
Thank goodness it is over.
Band and chorus present Mr. Elder with Christmas presents
BA D MARCHES AT ORTHWESTER
Band Officers Chorus Officers
Front Row 1-r: Mary Maack - Secretary-Treasurer, Paul Schmitt - Vice President, Penny Farneti - Secre-
Debby Brady - Vice President, Jim Steele - Student tary-Treasurer, Wendy Baker - C. C. representative,
Director, Lora Dart - Reporter. Back Row l-r: Rodney Kathy Bartoloni - President, Marilyn Calkins - Report
Brady - C. C. representative, Paul Capponi - Presi- er.
The Marching Band
CHORUS SINGS AT FESTIVAL
The chorus members and conductor Mr. Elder.
Giving our winter concert.
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The librarians and advisor Mrs. Irvine
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A good book with a joke.
TIME, WORK, A D THOUGHT
Editor - Lora Dart
Assistant Editor - Yvonne
Advisor - Mr. Irvine Business Manager - Christy Strack
COMPCSE THE MIRROR
The winners ofthe magazine
The editor and assistant editor at work with the make-up committee.
The long awaited annuals climax every school year. The Mirror Staff of '68
wishes to thank everyone who has made this annual possible. We hope that the
students of Tonica High will enjoy this annual now, and in the future.
Have you paid for your annual!
The business manager discusses the ads for the Mirror with the advertising staff.
THE JU IOR
"Treasure Chest" of the Island
A toast to the future.
"I LE CF GOLDE DREAMS"
The Junior and Senior presidents.
It takes a lot of work for a prom
Larry caters to the seniors for the last time.
Mike Puentz - F.H.A. King 1967
The Roy al Throne
Debra Brady - Senior Attendant
Cindy Swift - Sophomore Attendant
Barbara Mudge - F.F.A. Sweetheart
Maxine Ghrist - Junior Attendant
Kathy Ryan - Freshman Attendant
DANCES KEEP LIS MOVING
Queen Barb and King Mike
Everyone had a great time at Warrior's Paradise
Do the Freddy!
Hallow een Bunch .
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ILD HAPPENINGS AT THE .IU IOR PLAY
Set 'em up, Mike!
34 Mr. Frederick offers medical assistance.
This ought to kill him dead.
Miss Helen Fay
SCHCCL ACTIVITIES KEPT OUR STUDENTS
Our first pep session!
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Mr. Earles - Principal
Mrs. Earles - Secretary
The administration of Tonica
High School is very efficiently
handled by Mr. Lester Earles,
Principal. He is capably assisted
by his secretary, Mrs. Earles.
They advise students on se-
lections of courses, assist them
in all possible ways, encourage
each student to work to his capa-
city, and sponsor and attend all
For their efficiency, kind-
ness, cheerfulness, and courtesy
we would like to thank theni.
French and Latin
Agriculture 84 Gen. Shop
History and Economics
Mr. Myler 3
Business Education A
Miss Cavaletto L W M
Boy's P. E.
Math 84 Coach
Gir1's P. E.
PERFCRM DAILY TASKS
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THEY MAKE THE RULE
"The School Board"
The School Board of Tonica High School
meets regularly the first Tuesday of the month
Louis Bar, Glen Holloway, Miley Miller, Rob-
ert Henning, Al Johnson, Ralph Swift, Lester
Earles and Bruce Steele make up the School
Board. These are the men that set the rules to
help guide us through a successful year.
42 It must be nice to take it easy!
Secretary and President
Pouring the cement,
Moving in finally
The finished product is used for business courses taught by Mr. Mylar.
CHEERI G THE TEAM CN IS THE "PEP CLUB"
THE PEP CLUB
Advisors, Mr. Bayler and Mrs. Deffenbaugh
Bob Foote - President
Gil Hobneck - Vice President
Ann Bartoloni - Reporter
Paul Schmitt - Secretary
TONICA WINS DISTRICT T 0 YEARS IN A ROW
The Tri-County is one ofthe toughest,
"smaller school" conferences in the area. The
jammed packed Wenona gymnasium, was
packed to full capacity. Here, Tonica fans
cheered the Warriors on to Victory. The War-
riors tromped the Wenona Mustangs, winning
64 to 45. We came home with our hearts
swelled with pride, and a shiney new third
TUDENTS CALIGHT IN ACTIO
Wishful thinking! Boy, isn't it Cold?
Do blondes really have more fun?
46 How many inches of knowledge? Go to it, Linda! !
AL AY FAITHFULA DRESPCNSIBLE
Cafeteria workers: Mrs. Houtz, Mrs. Nagel, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. t
Kreiser, Mrs. Mortenson
5 Lefty: Custodian
Mary: Custodian Bus drivers: Lefty, Slim, Warren, Bob, Elverne, and Dick.
THE GOAL OF GR DLIATION IS ACHIEVED
Jeffrey Alleman Wendy Baker Kathleen Bartoloni Francis Bassett
Lowell Beenenga David Brady Debra Brady Nancy Burgess
SENIORS MQVE 0 TO
Paul Capponi Roxanne Coons Larry Earles Penny Farneti
Kathy Foote Robert Foote Charles Gedye Lorene Ghrist
THE CHALLE GE OF TOMCRRDW
Martin Hawley Gilbert Hobneck Jack lmmel Jyll Janz
Ioan Killen Daniel Kreiser Mary Maack James Marconnet
SENIORS DEVELOP TALENTS
Benjamin Miller Barbara Mudge James Nagel Carol SCIIITIIITI
52 Paul Schmitt Stephen Sons Linda ZIITIITISI
THE FLIGHT FROM
FRESHMEN BEGIN THEIR FOUR YEAR JOURNEY
President - Vicki Clark, Vice President - Mike Kreiser, Secre-
tary - Mary Puetz, Treasurer - Roger Ford, Reporter - Dory
Hobneck and Civic Council Representatives - Barb Zellmer and
Greg Myler. Mr. Elder is their advisor.
SOPHOMORES HA LEW AY T HROUGH
President - Scott
Lambert, Vice Presi-
dent - Cindy Swift,
Treasurer - Marilyn
Calkins, Reporter -
Rod Brady, Civic
tives - Christy Hob-
neck and Tom
Irvine is their class
REALITY TO DREAMS
JUNIORS ONE FLIGHT TO GO
President - Bob Foote,
Vice President - Joan
Killen, Secretary -
Barb Mudge, Trea-
surer - Kathy Bar-
toloni, Reporter -
Dave Brady, Civic
tives - Penny Farneti
and Jim Marconnet.
Miss Cavaletto is
President - Gary Ford, Vice President - Joan Strack, Secretary -
Christy Strack, Treasurer - Alan Henning, Reporter - Lora Dart,
Civic Council Representatives - Yvonne Storm and Jerry Ebner. Mr
Sickley is their class advisor.
SENIORS REACH THE TOP
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Roger Ford Danny Gualandi JCIIY Hauck Carolyn Hillyer Dory Hobneck
Mike Kreiser Judy Long Ann Marconnet Mike Mareta Henry Mertel
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JU IORS LOOK FORWARD TO 3 P'
Roger Abbott Jim Arkels john Ashley Ann Bartoloni Paul Beenenga
Donald Box Danny Carlile Lora Dart Martin Dippel Jim Dyer
jerry Ebner Linda Fike Mary Fink Dorene Foote Gary Ford
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EACH CLASS MOVES FORWARD
Seniors have met all the Chal' juniors have had a successful year -
lenges of high school and are rings were received, a play pre-
ready to set out on their own. sented, and gave a successful
Prom. They are looking forward to
their final year at THS.
Sophomores are ready to move
on to more Challenging exper- Freshmen now know what high
iences and try out the world of school is like and should be ready
"Upperclassmen. " "Relfections" for a successful Sophomore year.
ACTIVITIES: KEPT SENIORS BUSY THROUGH
JEFFREY GENE ALLEMAN: School Daze 4.
WENDY JO BAKER: Cheerleading 3, FHA 1,2, 3,4, FHA Historian 3, FHA Vice President 4, Pep Club 3,4, Civic Council
2, 4, CC, Treasurer, CC. Secretary, School Daze 4, School Daze Editor 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4, Class Play 3 and
MARY KATHLEEN BARTOLONI: Class Secretary 1, Class Treasurer 4, Pep Club 4, Civic Council 3, School Daze 3,4, Mir-
ror 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus President 4, Class Play 3 and Librarian 1, 2, 3.
FRANCIS C. BASSETT: FFA 1 and 2.
LOWELL E. BEENENGA: Class Play 3.
DAVID B. BRADY: Class Reporter 4 and School Daze 4.
DEBRA ROSE BRADY: Pep Club 4, School Daze 4, Chorus 1,2, Band 1,2, 3,4, Band Librarian 2, Vice President 4 and Li-
brarian 2, 3.
NANCY MAE BURGESS: Pep Club 4 and Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
PAUL D. CAPPONI: Baseball 2, 3,4, Civic Council 1, Chorus 4, Band 1,2, 3,4, and Band President 4, and Class Play.
ROXANNE COONS: FHA 1, School Daze 3, 4 and Chorus 1.
LARRY W. EARLES: Cross Country 3.
PENNY LYNNE FARNETL FHA 1,2,3,4, FHA Historian 3, FHA Program Chairman 4, Pep Club 3,4, Civic Council 4, CC.
Treasurer 4, School Daze 4, Mirror 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3,4,
KATHLEEN ANN FOOTE: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, School Daze and Chorus 1, 2, 3,4,
ROBERT CHARLES FOOTE: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, President 1, 2, 4, Pep Club 4, Civic
Council 3, Pep Club President 4, School Daze 4, Chorus 4 and Class Play 3.
CHARLES ALDEN GEDGYE: Basketball 2, 3, Track 1, Baseball 1, 2, Golf 4, and Pep Club.
DELLA LORENE GHRIST: Cheerleading 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, School Daze 4, Chorus 1, 2 and Class Play 3.
MARTIN ROSS HAWLEY: Basketball 1,2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, and Pep Club.
GILBERT JOSEPH HOBNECK: Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3,4, Baseball 1, 2, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Class Reporter 3, Pep
Club 4, Vice President 4, and School Daze 3.
JOHN HOWARD IMMEL: Baseball 4, FFA 1, Band 1,2, 3, 4 and Class Play 3.
JYLL JAY JANZ: FHA 1,2, 3,4, Pep Club 3, 4, School Daze 4 and Chorus 1, 2, 3,4,
JOAN CHRISTINE KILLEN: Vice president Class 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Treasurer 4, Pep Club 4, Civic Council 1, and
School Daze 4, and Librarian 3, 4.
DANIEL DAVID KRESIER: Baseball 1,2, 3, 4 and Golf 4.
MARY LOUISE MAACK: Class Treasurer Il., Reporter 2, FHA 1,2,3,4, FHA Historian 2, FHA Reporter 4, Pep Club 4,
School Daze 2, 4, Mirror 2, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, 2, Band Secretary -Treasurer 4 and Librarian 2, 3, 4.
JAMES DEWARD MARCONNET: Track 3, Cross Country 4, Pep Club 4, Civic Council 4, Chorus 1,2,4, and Class Play 3.
BENIEMTN THEODORE MILLER Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, FFA 1,2,3,4, Vice President FFA 4, Pep Club 3,4.
BARBARA JANE MUDGE: Class Secretary 3 and 4, Class Reporter 1, FFA 1,2, 3,4, FHA Program Chairman 3, FHA Presi-
dent 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Civic Council 4, School Daze 1,4, Mirror 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus librarian 3, Class Play 3 and
Librarian 3, 4.
JAMES A. NAGEL: Track 1, Baseball 1,2,4, FFA 1, Chorus 4, and Band 1,2,3,4.
CAROL JEAN SCHMITT: FHA 1, 2, 3,4 and School Daze 4.
PAUL SCHMITT: Basketball 1,2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Class Vice President 1, Class
Treasurer 2, Class President 4, Pep Club 4, Pep Club Secretary-Treasurer 4, School Daze 4, Mirror 4, Chorus 4, and Chorus
Vice President 4.
STEPHEN PAUL SONS: Civic Council 2.
LINDA LOUISE ZIMMER: Cheerleading 1,2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 3, FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Recreation Chairman, FHA Sec-
ond Vice President 4, Pep Club 4, Civic Council 4, Civic Council President 4, School Daze 4, School Daze Assistant Editor
4, Mirror 3, Chorus 1,2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4, and Class Play 3.
AROLI D SCHOQL
You would think so sometimes. l'll take this one.
Stretch St eve Stretch.
Sr. Class Presents New Stereo to Mr. Earles.
Would you believe this.
Put you little foot forward.
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LA SALLE NATIONAL BANK
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GARZANELLI S SUPPER
On Route 351
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FURNITURE MART 36,455 5
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Phone 223 0324 Peru Il11no1s Hat Cleanlng
Largest Selection of Furniture Marcle S Musllns
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A Fine Bank in a fine town
Member F, D, I, C,
USDA Choice Meats
"Low Prices Always"
802 Joliet St. La Salle
Hardware, Furniture, and
845 First St.
La Salle, Ill.
La Salle Ill Phone 223 0501
Wornen's Fashions for all ages
La Salle Ill
LA SALLE OFFICE SUPPLY at
' We Service What We Sell'
Everything for the Off1CG
821 First Street La Salle 111
Phone 223 0216
FORMHALS DRUG STORE
633 First Street
Phone CA 3 2056
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PAUL COHARD JEWELER'S
507 5th Street
HARRY DEBO 8: SON
Paint and Gift Items
Plumbing 8: Heating Supplies
Phone 223 0461
Body Rr Fender Work
Phone 442 3110
M and M RADIO AND RECORD
'Largest Record Selection in
Popular Country 8: Western
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Fresh Meats and Grocerles
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In Slckness and Health
TUcker 3 8516
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DELVALLEE S CLOTHING
TUcker 3 8514
124 East Walnut St
V GRAIN s. suPPLY
"Funk C1 Seeds
Master Mlx Feeds
Llquld Nltrogen 8: Fertlllzer
Crraln Drylng 81 Storlng
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DITTMAR DRUG STORE
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142 E Walnut Street
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641 FITSI Street
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Phone 442 3511
MEL'S BEAUTY SALON
Phone 442 8422
Men'5 8: Boy's FZSDIODS
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La Salle I111n015
Phone 223 0477
Phone 442 8414
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164 East Walnut Street Say
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AL S SHOE BOX
147 E Walnut Street
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For your feed needs ca11
Hatchery 368 3221
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THE FARMER S STATE BANK
Member of F D I C
Phone 368 3395
ALLEN'S LUMBER COMPANY
Phone 368 3112
LOSTANT OIL SERVICE
Carl E Barr
Mob11 Gas O11 81 Heat
Phone 368 3214
Bonded Chlcago Motor Club
S811-I Green Stamps
Phone 368 3311
ANDREW JEWELRY AND
Jewelry and G1ftS
159 E Wa1nut St
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PERRY CATTLE COMPANY
League BoW11ng 8: 'Bowllng
for Party Enterta1nment'
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Building 8: Landscape Stone
Drain Ez Building Tile
Phone Utica MO 7 4227
Baldwin and Kenney Agency
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LOU'S SUPER MARKET
HELEN 8. ANDY CLAUSEN
"Finest Quality Foods"
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GRIFFITH SEED COMPANY
GSC Hyb rid s
Field Seeds - Seed Grains
R. W. BARNHART
"Your Standard Oil Man"
SWAIN S KIVA
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CLINIC OF CHIROPRACTIC
Mirror Staff Wishes
To Thank All Businesses
Who Bought Ads
1809 Fourth Street
FRGM THE OLD WE GO O RD TCD THE NEW
Our dream is finished.
Through laughter and shouting, joy and anger
Our state of mind, our love of creativity
Has realized our dream of beauty.
We will go from this school soon.
Our dream book will stay here. . .
And too, it will go with us.
And when we are forgotten, our book,
Our dream, will remain.
So it is with all dreams. . .
Through sorrow, strife, joy, laughter
The creator? Far away,
Forgotten. . .
Yet his dream lives on.
This dream is finished.
Yesterday is gone, and
Tomorrow wants. . .
THE DOORS CLOSE AS THE YEAR ENDS
We've taken you so carefully through our beloved doors of THS. You've seen the activities,
organizations, students and advisors. Many have participated in making Tonica High School
feel alive. The building may be old and worn, but within its walls lie treasured memories of
all. Now, as the doors close for the summer, a stillness settles over these hallowed halls.
While memories linger on of our triumphs, sorrows, joys and friendships. Although the year is
at its close we hope that through this annual, years from now you'1l be able to look back and
with an even more enthusiastic voice than now say, "That was MY SCHOOL."
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