Tonica High School - Mirror Yearbook (Tonica, IL)

 - Class of 1969

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Teachers pick up their mail, check dates on our school calendar and other items on the bulletin board. When students arrive, they may use the office telephone or have business to attend in the office. Visitors also meet with Mr. Earles in this room. One could say that the office is the core of the efficiency of our school. Who will be sitting there next year? 5 Five New Faculty Members Sherin Bayler Dennis L. Resor CHS Welcomes , Mr Hungerford Science, Physics, General Math Mr Resor Band and Chorus Mrs. Bayler-English Herbert G. Hungerford Nikki Frankenreider Warren A. Schulz Martha M. Sommers New Zzculfy Members 1 4 Mr. Schulz -Biology Mrs. Sommers-Home Economics Mrs. Frankenreider-Physical Education A.E. Sickley Theodore Robert Bayler Alex Clark Kenneth R. Myler Adult Personnel Keeps 276645 W Mr. Sickley-Social Studies and Guidance Mr. Clark-Driver Edu., P.E., General Business we Hg Sal Mr. Bayler-Math and Coaching Mr. MylerHBusiness Education Frances Irvine George O. Irvine Knnning Slnnnfnly Mr. Irvine-Vo-Ag and General Shop Sandra Cavaletto Mrs. Irv1 Miss Cavaletto-English Purple llpou Whom We Dcpend V ' C 1 Lefty: Custodian Cafeteria Workers: Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. Kreiser, Mrs. Nagel, Mrs. Houtz Everyone in the school appreciates these dedi- cated workers who keep the school running efficiently. Special thanks are due to the bus drivers, who keep us from walking those "four to the cafeteria workers, who keep us well-fed, Wwwsv www i miles to school" that we're always hearing aboutg it and to the custodians, who perhaps have the hardest job of all-cleaning up after us. Mary: Custodian 10 Bus Drivers: Elverne Barton, jack Ashley, Wayne Scott, Lefty Warmer, Bob Folty, Bob Ashley Hackbanc aff Our System The Tonica Community High School Board of Educa- tion is made up of seven men of the community who are striving to provide a well rounded educational program for the students ofTonica District No. 360. We are sure the students at TCHS appreciate the work that it takes for the board of education to provide the building, transportation, equipment and staff to give us a good start of becoming worth while citizens in the future. Bruce Steele-Presidentg Mrs. Lester Earles-Secretary Mr. Lewis Barr, Mr. Glenn Holloway, Mr. Alfred Johnson, Mr. Robert Henning, Mr. Romeyn Ford, Mr. Lester Earles, Mrs. Lester Earles, Mr. Robert Steele, Mr. Max Ryan-not present i 9' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Steve Mareta-Treasurer, Alan Henning-Secretary, Gary Ford-Civic Council Representative, Jim Steele-Reporter, Mike Gray-President, Ann Bartoloni-Civic Council Representative, John Ashley-Vice President James Arkels john Ashley Ann Bartoloni Daniel Carlile James Dyer Paul Beenenga Lora Dart Jerry Elmer Gary Linda Fike Dorene Foote Maxine Ghrist Linda Gray Mike Gray Edward Grubar Alan Henmng Ann Kmffm Janet Lewis Jerry Kreiser Stephen Mareta Marvin Miller Terry Novak Jane Puetz Christine Schrowang Linda Schmitt Gail Sommers James Steele Christine Strack Yvonne Storm oan Strack SENIOR CLAS S RINGS Seuzbr Activities JAMES PHILLIP ARKELS: Cross Country 3,4, Basketball 3,4, Track 2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Chorus 4, Chorus Treasurer 4. JOHN HOWARD ASHLEY: Basketball 1, Track 1, Class Vice President 4, F.F.A. 1,2, Pep Club 3,4, Civic Council 1,2,3, Civic Council Vice President 3, School Daze 3,4, Editor 4, Chorus 4, Class Play 3. ANN ELIZABETH BARTOLONI: Class Secretary 2, Pep Club 4, School Daze 4, Mirror 1, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Class Play 3, Librarian 2. HAROLD PAUL BEENENGA: Basketball 1,2,4, Track 1,2,3, Cross Country 4, Pep Club 3,4. DANIEL ROBERT CARLILE: Basketball 1, Cross Country 4, Pep Club 3,4, Chorus 1, Band 1. LORA JEAN DART: Cheerleading 3,4, Class Reporter 3, F.H.A. 2,3,4, F.H.A. Second Vice President 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Civic Council 4, French Club 1,2, School Daze 3, Mirror 2,3,4, Editor 3, Assistant Editor 4, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Band 1, 2,3,4, Band Reporter 3, Band Secretary-Treasurer 4, Chorus President 4, Class Play Student Director 3, Librarian 2, Stage Band 2,3,4, F.F.A. Typist 4. JAMES WILLIAM DYER: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2, Baseball 1,4, Cross Country 2,4, Class Reporter 1, F.F.A. 1,2,3, FFA President 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Civic Council 3. JERRY RAY EBNER: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Class President 1, Pep Club 3,4, Civic Council 3, Class Play 3. LINDA LOU FIKE: Cheerleading 2, FHA 2,3,4, FHA Reporter 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, French Club 1, School Daze 4, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Band Vice President 4, Stage Band 2,3,4, Class Play 3. ALICE DORENE FOOTE: FHA 1,2,3, Pep Club 3, Mirror 3,4, Assistant Business Manager 4. GARY BURDETTE FORD: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Baseball 2,3, Cross Country 4, Class President 3, Class Treasurer 2, Pep Club 2,3,4, Civic Council 4, French Club 1,2, Chorus 4, Class Play 3. ELLA MAXINE GHRIST: FHA 1,2. LINDA MARIE GRAY: Cheerleading 1,2,3, Civic Council 1, Chorus 2,3, Class Play 3, Librarian 2,3. MICHAEL DON GRAY: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Class President 4, Class Vice President 3, Class Treasurer 1, Pep Club 2,3,4, French Club 1,2, Class Play 3. EDDIE GRUBAR: FFA 1,2,3,4, FFA President 4, FFA Reporter 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Civic Council 4, Class Play 3. ALAN DALE HENNING: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Class Secretary 4, Class Treasurer 3, FFA 1,2,3, FFA Treasurer 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Class Play 3. ANN MARIE KNIFFIN: FHA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 2, Chorus 1. JERRY JACOB KREISER: Basketball 1,2,3, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 3,4. STEPHEN DOMINIC MARETA: Basketball 3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Class President 2, Class Treasurer 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, School Daze 2,4, Class Play 3. MARVIN ALBERT MILLER: FFA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 4, FFA Sentinel 3. TERRY WARREN NOVAK: Basketball 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1 ,2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4. ,7f Was 11 Busy Zrur years JANE ELLEN PUETZ: Cheerleading 2,3,4, FHA 2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Civic Council 2,4, School Daze Assistant Editor 4, Chorus 1, Class Play 3, Librarian 3, FHA Secretary 3, President 4, Pep Club Reporter 4, Civic Council Secretary 2, FFA Sweetheart 3, French Club 1. LINDA MARIE SCHMITT: FHA 1,2,3,4, Degree Chairman 3, First Vice President 4, Section 19, Secretary 4, State Leadership Conference Delegate 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, President 4, Civic Council 4, Chorus 1, Librarian 3. CHRISTINE E. SCI-IROWANG: FHA 2,3,4, FHA Program Chairman 4, Pep Club 4, School Daze 4. GAIL MARIE SOMMERS: FHA 4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Future Teachers of America 2,3, Chorus 1,2,3, PomPom Girl 1,2,3, Flag Carrier 4. JAMES EARL STEELE: Class Reporter 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Civic Council 4, Civic Council Treasurer 4, French Club 1,2, School Daze 4, Chorus 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, President 4, Band Librarian 2, Stage Band 2,3,4. CHERYLE YVONNE STORM: Cheerleading 1,2,3,4, Class Vice President 1, Pep Club 2,3,4, Civic Council 3, Civic Council Reporter 3, French Club 1,2, School Daze 2,3, Mirror 2,3,4, Editor 4, Assistant Editor 3, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Reporter 2, Vice President 4, Class Play Student Director 3, Librarian 2. CHRISTINE M. STRACK: Class Secretary 3, Class Reparter 2, Pep Club 2,3,4, Civic Council 4, Pep Club Civic Council Representative 4, French Club 1,2, School Daze 2,4, Mirror 2,3,4, Business Manager 3, Class Play 3, Librarian 2,3,4. JOAN MARIE STRACK: Class Vice President 3, Class Secretary 1, Pep Club 2,3,4, French Club 1,2, Mirror 2, Class Play 3, Librarian 3,4. W r i 9' I juuivrs Chin! year CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Marilyn Calkins-Secretary, Rod Brady-Treasurer, Cynthia Swift-President, Janis Cooper and Garold Ghrist-Civic Council Representatives, Laura Martin-Vice President, Wendy Kniffin-Reporter. Nancy Abbott Mary Alleman LeAnn Bassett Bill Bernacloni Jim Brennan Rodney Brady Marilyn Calkins Larry Clayburn Janis Cooper Kris Danz 22 Prvvcs to 16? Successful As all other classes before them have found, your junior year in high school is the busiest of all four years. This past year proved to be no exception for the Class of 1970. Hobo days, the play, bake sales, and selling stationery, all accomplished under the supervision of their advisor, Mr. Irvine, played an important part in preparing for the big event, the Prom! Susan Foote Pat Hawley Christine Hobnec Wendy Kniffin 'mmm' ff. asus-s:qf,.s ' :vu n ,ar k ri Garold Ghrist Kay Henning Lynette Johnson Scott Lambert f agree-7r:Lqz-:re ef f,-111, G , , rr-ezrasseigr,-if Pat and Garold admire their new rings. 23 Laura Martin Mary Nagel Kerry Petersen James Puetz Gary Schmitt Mike Schrowang Cynthia Swift Tom Trumpinski Joe Yanush Barbra Zimmerman V4 Busy year 9 lip vs' nv., I Sophamares Kcgiu Jmparfanf Sammi Solitude . . . l l Irene Appel Thomas Arkels Robert Ashley Robert Bernardoni Kemreth Capponi Dennis Clmristian And Quiet 1 . ' Katln Chrrstman V1ck1 Clark Peggy Erjavsek Alan Farneti Roger Ford Daniel Gualandi year Mill dzger ,llrzficgzffzfizfrz This year the Sophomore class has been kept very busy. They had a bake sale and gave a successful Halloween Dance. Mr. Resor is Their advisor. They have their meetings in the band room. The officers are: Roger Ford-President Bob Bernardoni-Vice-Pres. Kathy Ryan-Secretary Mike Kreiser-Treasurer Vicki Clark-Reporter Dory Hobneck-Civic Council Joe Warmer-Representatives Dorene Hobneclc Michael Kreiser Judith Long Ann Marconnet Michael Mareta Henry Mertel Gregory Myler Jacquline Myler John Pasieka Mary Puetz 26 Sophvmores-largest 6llI55 Kathleen Ryan Dean Schmitt Tom Schmitt Russel Schrowang Sandy Sons Richard Strack Debra Summers Terry Trumpinski Daniel Tovera Joe Warrner Neil Walgenback Gail Webb Gregory Webb Steven Yanush Barbara Zellmer Two sure-footed Sophomores. Kathy studying in Study Hall. ,.,,,.......M..........n.,.m... , MH W ,.,, m r.tr. M.,..V...WM. V,-V,We,r,-e,wWW,,,.,,WM-WWm.,WWW-mmm f -MMM, Q Hide Syed ?resl1uf1c'r1 Safer Denise Alleman Kathryn Alleman David Ashely Mary Baysinger Kathleen Cofid john Coons Charlene Danz Alice Dippel Debra Clayburn Sherry Duffel James Fink 28 Everything looks good enough to eat. Let's not hog the water fountain. j Another Phase nf 5dumf2fr1 Paul Gingerich X Suzanne Jaeger Richard Novak Entering high school, the fresh- men found a completely new system of education. They have N joined in the numerous activities, adjusting quickly. Early in the year their class elected officers and have kept busy by money making pro- jects such as a sock hop, and bake - sale. They are looking forward to I the full productive three years ahead of them. isfee elss K ff fe 5 ,-, r 5 is n -mf s: 5 fi ' Q52 K 1592 K '- Il.. iiinli- , H M 521 - - 2 muwgsa, 1 ' -jui fti 'Sgr K ' e - ii ,-9-S , 1, 'E .. . sz M 32 , 1 ir , ,- V - :fsiH5,2Wf?Ki'???i:s if5-. ,L . iffiklszifsfawi ss, 5 s,rr swfsiffgiiafiweii-1 - 2, : ik r -we-.'s1?f' 'Wi igyiimw-xaiirgfi lafaetarieiw r. ages!-ssigags-?fzsgQ as . W ffsyrigfszv as -grsyyacf Safe '?s15?,a21azsffwvt?ska an 'sea -1 Ray Goodwin Dane Harrison Margaret Hauck Larry Hiester Jon janz Kathy Keller Valerie Lambert Mike Loebach jerry Schmit, treasurerg Becky Ryan, secretaryg John Coons, C.C. representiveg Dick Novak, presidentg Mike Loebach, vice-presidentg Dan Puetz, reporterg and Kathy Keller, C.C. representive 29 Daniel Puetz Elizabeth Ryan Kathleen Schmitt Sally Shawback Toni Trumpinski Valerie Wiesbrock 30 How do you spell that word? Rebecca Ryan Terrence Ryan Gerald Schmitt Gregory S0118 Terry Taylor Steven Toncli Do blondes really have more fun? bf yifre ,M iq 'I I li ?- S 3 I X Joe 6, Y 'VW 5 K Zzrewcll in Our Princzjwzl W Mr and Mrs Earles relaxing Work continues as usual. OUR SALUTE TO MR. EARLES We, the students of Tonica Community High School, re- spectfully dedicate this annual to you, Mr. Lester W. Earles. The Mirror Staff, on behalf of all the present and past students, would like to thank you for everything that you have accomplished in guiding us toward our goals in education and in our selections of our life Work. You have served the community well in your position as Principal ofTonica Community High School for the past twenty-three years. Now, upon your retirement from Tonica High School, after a total ofthirty-one years as a teach- er and an administrator, we wish you continued success in everything you do. We would like to thank you for all that you have done for usg your work and efforts on our behalf is truly appre- ciated. With this dedication we say farewell to you as Principal of Tonica High School. Read on, Grandpa Earles. 33 Successful year for dass Hounfry COACH CLARK AND HIS 1968 CROSS-COUNTRY SQUAD TONICA TAKES SECOND AT TRI-COUNTY Tonica's cross-country team had a great year! The boys took fourth at the Ottawa Invitational and placed second in the Tri-County, with Rod Brady and Garold Ghrist pla- cing in the top ten. This was the third year for cross- country at Tonica and so far our team has placed third and second in the Tri-County. Next year we'll be pushing for first. We wish them the best of luck! Rod takes the Tri-County. Coach confers with returning lettermen. 35 U16 I 968 Hascball Squad fx Q: ' .... .lg 7 COACH BAYLOR AND HIS 1968 BASEBALL SQUAD f . 1 6' 5, 6 K :Z 2 if 41 ix .We Q, Al, Tonicafs Batting Champ! The squad's "Top Eight" were seniors. zz Wm' Wfzrrirfr Eombirzafirfrz Letis bring him in! The flawless infield. WARRIOR BASEBALL The 1968 Warriors put together a fine combination of pitching, hitting, fielding, and base running to emerge with a 5-5 overall record, .while being 4-4 in conference play. This gave the team a fourth place finish right behind Putnam County. In ad- dition to these games, two Fresh-Soph games were played to give the Ponies some of the much-needed experience. Since this years squad was composed of mainly seniors, the Warriors will have a young, new look in 1969. if-W-ef-sw.-H.. 'f-'rw new llllll ,,,.'. . M I "', Q Zwlz - ,.,,. - X 1 QLAKE K Q I M..-,E ' fi :.-- ,, ,R ,, , ,,.o,.,. , . .- - gg KV , .. I Xl! A ml' Ilnlwq A m .2 - A-f,. gg ' K s..- ,A s 'gf - e 1 4 if 2 f , ,ff :33 ': .-"'f"K5i-1 f. I, - W" . -2 if if 4 QE ew f J Conference on the mound. "Coach" Mfg NIC The hard-hitting outfield Warriors- 1969 VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD J .V. BASKETBALL SQUAD Basketball Activa rnors Victorious-1969 Holiday Tournam U"3' '75 n Warrior jerry Ebner Gary Ford , 19' .A , ' , 11 ' 7 ' ' ' Terry Novak Alan Henning I 54? h. V' 6011211111 Jim Dyer Mike Gray nd Hama the Warrbzs J! Arkels Paul Beenenga Steve Mareta Our COACH-Mr. Bayler THE 1968-69 CHEERLEADING SQUAD Varsity Yvonne Storm Lora Dart Christy Hobneck Squad Marilyn Calkins Jane Puetz THE JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Vicki Clark Sally Shawback Mary Puetz Dorene Hobneck , 1, .7f Was Q ii 'Sl VW V , whip, www, M1+,f+y1,wmqM+.gfgp-fqwffb 1 if U QQ My 1 5-3' fHgfm,gfj1+vM fzmffmwa-sifggz .4 , W - uf f, f + 2:2 421 frm-wfff Qlxff 4 2 ' 's:rw+q W -5+6-sfem+.+z5ii2?5Y'fHx4,?fff5Y -Efxffiffwwwgrm ,QwgW, fnmw, ,+,m,,,W+H, ,,-Mlm,-f f WM , .M a,+,,4 f H, aw v1e,,M4W,,M, T42sifzf:?Lg1fgfgfv,w M463-,fif-vllmwfgwf+5f?sfiiQ'f+wYw1J45tilJififli QQ M ' 1f5K2'Mfw?f1+Sflf+?-eiw "if1'ff5f+e+wafgrrzf-fm! ww ''QAfww+32fJmw:wsfwas+EPMf4'f'ww+mfww g+KXv-8,551 if -4,,k+f,+w.f+j.Sfm r1xi:EIj?f2w Q ,,,5 ,F f,i, 5 V ,Q." wp 5 I af., fwfwyww. +HQ4+:fbf?Zf -swf! Qevifffg as , inf? ' 5 f'+4'i5fiQv5J,g,rJiffriwf-4, -5- WWMW 'i if it 'flJ+fP'?i jbfsfwvmi-rQYf5Mf3 22221355 r-MH? 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It has articles written by the students as well as the staff. Additions such as "Bit O'Lit', and the "Book Reviews" are opinions brought out by the students themselves. The calen- dar and class reports keep everyone up to date on activities and important events to come. The staff does a fine job of reaching almost every aspect of student life and each monthly edition is looked forward to by all jf 1,- 46 Reporters Make-up sa, librarians Advisor-Mrs. Irvine The librarians are a great asset to helping us find a 4'key" to our education. As part of theirjob, they are always on hand to help everyone find a book and check it out. With the help of these girls, the books are kept in order and in good condition. U16 Gfrzim Hand THE CONCERT BAND The band officers taking it easy. The Tonica Band, directed by Mr. Resor, has had a most success- ful year. Led by the following officers: President-James Steele Vice-President-Linda Fike Secretary-Treasurer-Lora Dart Reporter-Wendy Kniffin Civic Council Representative- Gail Webb Librarians-Ray Goodwin and David Ashley The Band presented a Christmas Concert and a Spring Concert. They were the host school for the Tri-County Band Festival this spring, and also took part in suc- cessful competition at the contests. The Band also played at all home basketball games, and added to our school spirit. Marches ,fllzfrzg THE MARCHING BAND They lead the band: Flag-bearer-Gail Sommers Majorettes--Peggy Erjavsek and Kathy Keller U1 Hand and Zhoru The Stage Band, directed by Mr. Resor, plays swinging rhythm. so Rf f .2-14231, N 7 V X1 '-10 Q wiv .L , A " HV, l L I L ff M ..f-- A 1 AH' 21 sw.: .N A ... f Q f ,,.'. ,IW og if if 1? , X A Q, g- mf P 'f W 'ff ' 'R i???ffE - tk ' e so -N, ,,.. V QEEEPM fi. . ,. e, .e ,. . , .V ,.,. , . , 551 3 ,TTYL ' Play J0e,P12y! o so 4' , ., , Sounds good girls! Harmanzke in Melody l THE TONICA HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS The Chorus officers discuss the years work with Mr. Resor. The Tonica High School Chorus selected the following officers: President-Lora Dart Vice-President-Yvonne Storm Secretary-Ann Bartoloni Treasurer-James Arkels Reporter-Vickie Clark, for 1968-1969 The Chorus sang at the Christ- mas Concert, the Spring Concert, and helped at the Tri-County Band Festival this spring. Several soloists and ensembles, directed by Mr. Resor, competed in contests. A busy, successful musical year has been concluded by the Chorus. 51 Uzmugh the year F.H.A. members and advisor, Mrs. Sommers Officers: Jane Puetz-Presg Linda Schmitt-V-Presg Lora Dart-Second V.Pg Cindy Swift-Secretaryg Marilyn Calkins-Treasurerg Chris Schrowang-Program Chmg Kay Henning-Degree Chmg Linda Pike- Reporterg Kathy Ryan and Dorene Foote-Historiansg Susan Foote and Mary Puetz-Recreation Chm. junior Chapter mother this year is Mrs. Henning and Senior Chapter mother is Mrs. Puetz. F.H.A. sold candles and also packed boxes for service men this year. Everyone had a mas Caroling Party. At the F.H.A. Rally in Yorkville, Tonica placed second in atten- dance and got honorable men- tion in the "How do you rate?" sheet. Along with a bake sale and Daddy Date Night, F.H.A. had a very good year. riot at the Sadie and the Christ- mth ZH44 ,WSF .R - 3n'y,Vi:Q,z'i ff' ffgfwikkrz K kk--, :"f'?f23 x'ggQi?f'? sf gi ia , 5 fa. 1 X'l f :?1fzi :2s,... : Q Y, , 5 8 ? V 5155 , 1 wx, w ' igqsmf , was 2 1 s N 'S 3 5 S Li 216. 3 X Q lil? -J L 55 w k .. 'ii' vl... 1 I , F AX, ig ff- N , H.. K 'If ,. Mg ,,1: 4' Q5 NEW YN QONN Ox I 'Y Q" 9 5 'JS 3 Elf I u- V Y Jr 6 fn '51 wo D O Konica gufure Zzrmers l 'i 1 Xxno ,L. Q.:--. KW ' fl Q , ,N AOQFXIKZA7' X 'Z' fr.. Q, O ,R 0' A Qfcui. ,Q 1 968-1969-FFA Officers Ed Grutar-President, Scott Lambert Vice-President, Henry Mertel-Treasurer, John Pasieka- Secretary, Dan Gualaudi-Reporter, Dick Strack-Sentinel and Mr. Irvine. Tonica FFA members with their advisor Mr. Irvine and the 1968 F.F.A. Sweetheart Jane Puetz. 54 of America TONICA l5'.F.A. GOLD EMBLEM CHAPTER Future Farmers of America is a National Organi- zation of high school boys who are Vocational Agriculture students striving to become better Agriculture leaders for tomorrow. The Tonica F.F.A. Chapter' for the second straight year was one of 22 chapters in the nation to receive the National Gold Emblem Safety award at the National F.F.A. Convention in Kansas City and another honor re- ceived by the Tonica Chapter was receiving 3rd place in the State American Heritage Program that entitled us to send 3 delegates on a trip to the eastern historical spots. Something to Shoot for' F.F.A. President Ed Grubar receives keys to new F.F.A. truck from Mr. Rohman of the Peru Motor Co. Over ST paper collected. Distributing Safety Material 55 U16 I 969 'ylflirrof' Keflccis Mr. Irvine-Advisor Yvonne StormfEditor Lora Dart-Co-editor As the school year nears its end, we find that memories of past fun, sorrow,joys, and tears are reflected in the Mirror. We will treasure the moment we first see them and look through them. As the years go by, memories of high school can be relived by the past glimpses in this dream book. i 1 i Business managers-Cindy and Dorene Let's push those magazine sales! Aflfleuwries of I e Past year The Advertising Committee works hard to make the Mirror a success. Pat and jan photograph the year's activities These girls were nicely rewarded for be- ing top magazine salesmen. V . Those on Layout record the year's events. Homecoming. . Special Nlglzi Jane and Alan Jim and Maxine Mike and Leann Paul and Jackie Junior Attendant Sophomore Attendant 1969-.Queen i JOAN STRACK ' 'KE 0 Terry and Joan Jerry and Christy Gary and Linda Senior Attendant 58 Steve and Sally Freshmen Attendant Kcyoud Wmtv. THE 1968-69 PEP CLUB The Pep Club organized once again this year to promote school spirit and cheer our team on to victory. Officers were elected and meetings were held in the new gym with recreation afterwards. Mr. Bayler and Mrs. Frankenreider were the Pep Club's sponsors. Thoughts of the first Pep Club meeting pertain to the future. iii? is The officers are President-Linda Schmitt, Vice-president-Mike Gray Civic Council Rep.-Christy Strack, Reporter-jane Puetz. Kim' Cfvuucil Guides the fudcnfs S55 .fs Q f73tfiLi3?YfZ,7'1?'EX MMC-f'-WL-kffii' 5 , 4 L MEMBERS OF THE CIVIC COUNCIL When the Civic Council met for its first meeting we decided to in- novate a school dress code. Our new advisor, Miss Cavaletto has also helped us form a new constitution. The Civic Council has had . an outstanding year, with teacher and students co-operation. The officers are Thomas Trumpinski-President, Rod Brady-Vice-President Laura Martin-Secretary, jim Steele-Treasurer and Dory Hobneck-Re- porter. aww A typitlal Civic C01-lHCil meeting- The Civic Council Officers and Miss Cavaletto. 61 Say good night to Mr. Rodchester, Adele. jane .Eyre "Jane Eyre" took place at a Rochester, the falls in love with his young governess and they plan to marry. It is then that the real excitement starts and the story unfolds. Jane Eyre . . Mrs. Fairfax . Leah ...... Grace Poole . The Woman . Mr. Rochester . . . . . . Adele ..... Lady Ingram Blanche .... i Mary ....... Frederick Lynn Mr. Mason . . . Mr. Wood . . . 62 an The helpful the first drama for T.H.S. and very use huge estate in England. Mr. ful prompter wealthy owner of the estate CAST . . . . . . Marilyn Calkins . . . . Laura Martin . . . Kay Henning . . . Barbra Zimmerman . . . ? ? ? Rodney Brady Christine I-Iobneck Kristine Danz Lynette johnson Cynthia Swift Thomas Trumpinski Was it worth all the mess, Larry Clayburn Michael Schrowang -...... Would you like more tea, Mam? What ever you do, don't laugh. What mischief are you up to now, Alan? Ever feel like a pin cushion? Che Happenings at 21115 .Si Which one will break the camera? "Chief Bayler Got a gift for me, Santa? Noon Hour's receiving line This can't be French What you have to go through to be in F.H.A Sock-it-to-me Don't look so enthused IS this 0Uf leaders? This doesn't look much like school Have you been swimming, Terry? K H OH-How Cute! Finger lickin good! V Look it over good, Christy! Don't look so depressed boys! THE ELIAS FUNERAL CHAPELS fyfx' Q? " M457 'N-1 n ACP.: 7 EPQmQgEEi?fiF5Sx E II X wmnunnnu, gil l lk it Now P" L. w.Q,w,w' H A Oyg Eq ppdT tt Ph 442 8413 T 223 0040 P fff-f' .. . - 4 -if 0 .xy E. ' 0 fl 1 X -'N ' . 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FOLTY lllluulllllu - I' I' I' I' 4:ll Ilk- 123456789 General Construction 81 Cabinet Work Phone: 442-3254 Tonica, Illinois TONICA V 8. S HARDWARE COMPANY Since 1919 ' t 1' Anythmg In .the lflvg Hardware Line Phone: 442-3415 -- Tonica, Illinois . ' f I .ii .yt Aiea- ' :::: 1 X s - - :- TONICA NEWS TONICA MOTEL ,. ' And CQQESTAURANQQ, 95 Years of Printing Service Lois 81 Harold Janz Phone: 442-8419 Tonica, Ill. Tonica, Ill. Charles Ruppert Phone: 442-3514 COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Take Home A a Case pl ' II' Streator 1, I 92. afligg i YI 3I1'f"'I :' -. ues ., IQ- . L Illinois, 545453 1' 53 'I 1.- I i KIQIQHA -Ii!f! Y ' 1 DAIRY PRODUCT-I' CO- Oglesby, Illinois COUNTRY CORNER Route 71 af 178 "Shir1e -I J?" 3116. Y of ik . j y R - I mf Come In And Try Our Country Cooking VILLAGE INN Fine Food for all Occasions Smorgasbord Every Sunday 11:30-2:00 P.M. We Cater to Banquets and Parties TONICA STATE BANK QE? SQ "A Communlty Bank DCd1CafCd to Commnlty SCYVICCN Member F.D LC Tonlca, Ill1no1s D1al'-442 8211 3i5T?347rS:, f - 4:9 ,fu I 1 N fi , X l ,,,, AL SMITH'S SERVICE STATION Gulf Products Phone 442 8414 Ton1ca IIl1no1s ADAMSON'S LUMBER YARD 4 W , Pg -1, ,. 3 " f y -it i ilf 151 ' Materials for all Bu1ld1ng Needs Phone 856 2281 Leonore Ilhnols DITTMAR DRUG STORE ai? I2 joseph L D1ttma.r R Ph 142 E Walnut Street Oglesby Ill Phone 883 8123 Prescrlptlons Cosmetlcs G1ftS HARLAN S STANDARD SERVICE e T1res Batter1es STANDARD Serv1c Ca s Bonded Chlcago Motor Club S8cH Green Stamps Phone 368 3311 Lostant Ilhnols TRI CITY HARDWARE FURNITURE AND FROCK SHOPPE Free Decorator Plannmg Open Evenmgs by Appolntment 845 F1rst Street La Salle Ill11'101S TONICA LUMBER CO For your bu1ld1ng needs xxglil G M4 T5 Tomca Ill 6 l Illll IT! '1 4423414 E .351 ' DEL VALLEE S CLOTHING lil! E Men s Wear 883 8514 Olgesby Ill 124 East Walnut St Yr L X 1 nnucs ARKINS DRUGS In S1ckness and 1n health PFCSCIIPLIOHS frlled 883 8516 Ogelesby Ill1no1s 7 'ei aaafar I E ui . N W ' 04' 'I-" 'l ' l t- - . 4 hgakgp , XY, I 7 . 1 - I' 'Q ,B ,Q ' , , . . QR 5 If . . . Ig 4, f - A , , l f l l I l ' TONICA GREENHOUSE We John and Phyllis Alleman '4On Route 51" Tonica 1 l LASALLE NATIONAL BANK TH . . -is ' LasalIe, Illinois j Member of F.D.I.C. 88 s.B. M I Organized 1880 RISTOKRAT CLAY PRODUCTS CO. ,,,, F1153 '1KHnT,,,,, me-frmeeemmammm Building 8a Landscape Stone Drain 85 Building Tile Phone Utica MO 7 4227 Lowell, Illinois GARZANELLI'S SUPPER CLUB jx On Route 351 ,Z I Phone 883-8633 W :I T - Oglesby, Illinois MERCER'S CLEANERS gplgbfwl' 5 CIEANING WN Dry Cleaning Hat Cleaning Marcie's Muslins FabricsHNotions Oglesby, Illinois X K Hi: YOUR Illffplllllf Insurance IAGEIIT BALDWIN AND KENNEY CLYDESDALES FURNITURE E544 VAIUEIIQ f n i f Hej:53.ii3"-,L.ae'-.' ,aj , .' 'mae 'W-F I "Your Home Decorating Storen 4'For Over 55 Years" Oglesby Ill. 883-8421 COIN OPERATED LAUNDRY open 24 hours I AGENCY . Ef1u1PPed Bob Baere-Tom Kenney 532232 gijnifmbert Tonica, III. Phone 442-3116 FOLTY'S suPER MARKET Tfmica, Illinois Serving You NOW a Mimi .. uf vi' A 'liiliiz 3255 F C 1 utufe W , .::- , L. m f S -, . L.gmf,g 535 b if , , .L ' V A , 3: S , ' ,gif '11'wf'..5,. -1- Nei '-52: , -"::'5' ':. k . wk, gm ,:f,': we . fag. ,- ., Uv QQ-,L -L-' ., 4,3515 ESQ w 7 ww' f. nf il I :j e g 2 5 55 , . ,A1 n,., . 4 . 5 1 '2 f sm .. 3 . , ' ' ' X " ,ikggg r, , 1 4 I , I ,iw 11 3 i E, , L. AA .X K 'M' an X.-. 98, ' ff, ' vf , 'S aim ' . .wc --9 -:- ! - ' ' QF' . 1 nf' .UA W I I I THE NEW CEDAR LANES MOTEL Bowhng Restaurant Lounge Banquet F ac1l1t1es Cedar Po1nt Il11no1s Phone 446 4761 BEENENGA FEED AND GRAIN .wwf Supersweet Feeds Custom Grmdmg 81 M1X1Hg TOHICQ I111no1s CC , ' ' ' 77 7 E 5 is I E, -A f ' E ' OHM ,I ' Www A M ' uk-"t , 3 . an I fl'-Q ' 9 7 - - - - - 9 G9 WISHES GOOD LUCK TO THE TONICA HIGH SCHOOL AND GRADUATES of 1969 Come As You Are . . . HUNGRY! Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, Hi-los, Fish, Tenderloins, Golden Fries, Creamy Thick Shakes, Hot Coffee, 7-Up, Hot Chocolate, Coke, Root Beer, Orange 1311 Shooting Park Road Peru, Illinois .WW . WW .u.N.W.M.,,.--,M-W.mm.w-.s..,.WWmW, .,m...,,:Wi,w DAYTON DAIRY "Your Golden Guernsey Dairy" Ottawa 433 0105 1 n LA-SALLE OFFICE SUPPLY 8k EQUIPMENT COMPANY Complete line of office furniture and supplies 821 First Street Compliments of DR. MARTY'S CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Lostant, Illinois La Salle, Ill. Phone 223-0216 CMPEFCUIS LOSTANT HATCHERY FARNIER'S STATE BANK 8 MILLING COMPANY of for your feed needs call: Lostant, Illinois Member of F.D.I.C. Phone 368-3395 Hatchery 368-3221 368-3021 Lostant, Illinois TRI CITY FROCK SHOPPE The Store Where Smart Women Shop 829-lst Street La-Salle, Illinois RUTH'S FABRIC SHOP 625 Second Street La Salle, Illinois F abrics-N otions-Patterns Visit our new "Bridal Boutique" Shop C-A- JENSEN COFOID'S srone jewelers Serving the Illinois Valley Area Phone 422-3511 for Flfty Years Tonica, Illinois 709 First Street La Salle VI.ASTNIK'S RIBOI-ZIIS Shoe Store "MEN STORE" 1809 Fourth Street Peru, Illinois Oglesby , Ill. "Shoes for the familyv Phone 883-8517 PERSONALITY FROCK SHOPPE 164 East Walnut Street Oglesby, Illinois open Monday 81 Saturday Nights till nine ERNlE'S RESTAURANT 543-1st Street La Salle, Illinois When in town, Stop in ROWE'S STANDARD SERVICE U.S. 51 Atlas Batteries, Tubes Tires and Accessories Tonica, Illinois PAUL COHARD JEWELERS "Registered Gemologistn 507 Fifth Street Peru, Illinois MEL'S BEAUTY SHOP Mel Payne, Owner Tonica, Illinois 44 2-3525 R.W. BARNHART 4'Your Standard Oil Man" Phone - 856 - 2152 Leonore, Illinois GUZIEC-REXALL DRUGS 77 "Your Prescription Druggist 641 First Street La Salle, Illinois HILTABRAND GARAGE Wrecker Service Motor Repair Truck Testing Body 85 Fender Work Phone 442-3110 Tonica, Illinois Best wishes: Leonard 85 Audrey Mozina LAMAE'S APPAREL 8. SPORTSWEAR 646 N. Columbia Ave. Oglesby, Illinois Phone 883-3233 GRIFFITH SEED COMPANY G s c Hybrids Field Seeds-Seed Grains McNabb, Illinois FORMALS DRUG STORE 633 First Street Phone: CA 3-2056 LaSalle, Ill. Edw. G. Eschenbaum, ' Owner R. Ph HARRY DEBO 81 SON Paint and Gift Items Hardware and Electrical Appliances Plumbing 8: Heating Supplies Phone: 223 0461 Peru, Ill. Compliments of SWAIN'S KIVA McNabb, Illinois LOU'S SUPER MARKET "Finest Quality Fooclsw Oglesby 81 Peru Compliments of HELEN 81 ANDY CLAUSEN EDGEWOQD PARK, McNabb, Illinois ROYAL LAN ES 'league Bowling" 81 UBowling for Party Entertainment' Phone 883 8517 Oglesby Illinois DOSTANT OIL SERVICE Carl E. Barr Mobil Gas, Oil 81 Heat Phone 368-3214 Lostant, Illinois PERRY CATTLE CO. Lostant, Illinois Phone-368-3321 Compliments of GRACE ANDERSON'S FASHIONS '4Woman's Fashions for all Ages" BRUCE STEELE Electrical X it Plumbing and Heating Service Lasalle' Ill' Phone 223-0501 Tonica, Illinois Phone 442-3520 MONA'S RESTAURANT IGLOO DRIVE-IN PFiOlug"Z,5Iilg1? F ine food and quick curb service on - Fine Italian Food Peru, 111111015 3 COMPLIMENTS OF HOBNECK ELECTRIC Plumbing-Heating-Electrical DR. RYAN -Tonica Complete Service BUD DUNNE-Tonica ADEL SHCP-LaSalle 1 of a ' 4 11 5-5 . 5 . ' gm , gggigogifggis PIRESTONE STORE-LaSalle Zu,,,,,,,,,,F if C ' lfcrmci-9' qi tb Phone: 442-3510 R l 1 1 Q . ' L l 'zix QS"WZ - I 9 kkhi I cific wlcxssg 1 ul 1 1 4 '?5wlIl!EmiN' '15 1 Q w x' UUE H0555 5MPQQVEl9w'fEN'? 1 it 4 mum' mm X nf V,,, NV A N A iiii V im - V 3 , S ff! R., 3 3' igci, 4 i oi ei1i 1 iii e , 4 i- it A of ' ,, 5. W X A i ,, ' ii L f .4 S gz, R LARGEST U.S. Lumber 8c Building Supplv Retailer On Hwy 51 South of Tonica-Phone 368-3314 Senior Play "Milfs Weak-5111! " Poor, weak, Willie! CAST OF CHARACTERS Janie Lou Higgins Joan Strack Mrs. Ophelia Winkle jane Puetz Willie Winkle Mike Gray Mrs. Edith McDonald Linda Schmitt Hannah Mulligan Lora Dart Mr. Joseph Posey Ed Grubar Mr. Ozro Sanders Gary Ford Mr. Samuel Preston Hodges Eva Wood Brenda Burton Shirley Linton Mrs. Letitia Wood Orderly One" Orderly Two Dave Joe J Play directed by Mr. Sickley Jerry Ebner ., Christy Strack Yvonne Storm Gail Sommers Christine Schrowang I Jim Steele Steve Mareta Paul Beenenga im Arkels Take a drink Willie Darling. How are you feeling now Willie?? D0l'l,t W0rry Mrs. Winkle! Conference of the Coaches. Get on your mark. Crack Squad- I 969 A small track squad showed up this year and placed fifth in the Tri-County track meet in Roanoke. Rod Brady was selected as outstand- ing track member this year. He set a new school longjump record, 20'4". Two other new school reeords were set in two mile run and the one mile relay. Don't look so worried Rod. The Happy WiIU16IS It isn't as high as it looks. Cindy Swift andjohn Pasieka The new King and Queen -Lora Dart and Ed Gruhar l A happy moment and all smiles! Marilyn Calkins and Dick Strack Mug and Queen Dance Mary Puetz and John Janz The Royalty Dance Kris Danz and Scott Lambert I 969 Prom The people that made up the program. Remember when . . . The 1969 junior-Senior Banquet was held Wednesday evening, May 14 at Monas in Toluca. The enchanted evening of the Arabian Romance was held at the Hotel Kaskaskia on I Friday, May 23. The Top Hats filled the room with romantic music from 8 o'clock until 11. An Arabian Romance Hands under the table? It looks as if everyone is enjoying the food. ,llraaiaa kafaaaaa Mike seems to be the head comedian. A night few will ever forget. i"-..-uf flo or? Assembly E 2 jane Puetz receives DAR Award ' sit 521 1. 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