Toulon Township High School - Tolo Yearbook (Toulon, IL)
- Class of 1968
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X THE TOL0 STAFF
T0 ULON HIGH SCHOOL
THE 1967 - 1968
F ORE WORD
As the sand of time slowly passes on, we hope that this
yearbook will help you to recall all the pleasant memories of
this past year. We have tried to capture all of these events on
paper, but we realize that we have forgotten many.
We would like to thank everyone who has had a part in
making this publication possible, especially our advisor, Mrs.
It is with great satisfaction and pride that the entire year-
book staff presents this volume to you. May you derive
many years of pleasure from our 1968 TOLO.
Connie Schmidt, Editor
Pat Peabody, Assistant Editor
ADMINISTRA TION UNDER CLASSMEN
DEDI CA T10
The Tolo staff of 1968 is proud to be able to dedicate this yearbook to two great members
of the T.H.S. faculty, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Carlock. Mr. Carlock, as Superintendent, has served and
guided our school for eighteen graduating classes. Mrs. Carlock, as Home Economics instructor,
has not only been a great teacher, but a wonderful friend to the students. We, hereby, thank
them for their loyal devotion to Toulon High School.
Back Row: Willard Price, John Addis, Gregory Rice, Wendell Witte, Murray Jackson. Front Row: Max Hatfield, clydelualm
Presidentg Mrs. Helen Williams.
ADMI I TRATIO
Mr. H. B. Carlock Mrs. Helen Williams
Mrs. Laura Carlock
Mrs. Virginia Perrin
Mr. August Johnson
Mr. Kenneth Bourquin
Boys' Physical Education
Mr Glenn Buchert
Mr. James Treash
Miss J udrth Schhnk
is--.awww Girl s Physical Education
Mrs. Iris Fuhr
Mr. Elmer Hampton
Mr. Alan Harland
Boy's Physical Education
Mr. Wayne Jenkins
Mr. Lee Henneberry
Mr. Charles Pearson
Miss Grace Skelley
Mrs. Caroline Kidd
Mrs. Jane Johnson
BUS DRIVERS CUSTODIANS
Ivan Jensen, Leon Smith, Forrest Lewis, Jim Mock, Pol- Graham Franklin and Irving Talbert
ly Frail. ,
Florence Parker, Pansy Edwards, Alta Elliott
Freshman Day First day problems
A Blue Ribbon Skit Hola amjgos!
Hard at work.
Mr. Haxland's Faithful Helpers Scientists at work? Noon hours
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Steve Ray Wmslow
Rudy Allen Krans Diane Jo Jacobson
Connie Louise Schmidt
Wanda Rae Jackson
Anita Lee Currier
Kenneth Arthur Dison
Cheryl Kathleen Dorman
Marian Charlene Frail
Ronald Dean Graves
John Robert Hand
Stephen Ray Winslow
Nancee Jo Warren
Robert Max Hatfield
Cheryl Kay Heaton
Diane Kay Hotchkiss
Thomas Leslie Jackson
Maria Elena .laramillo
A.F.S. Exchange Student
NBEST ALL AROUND"
William Douglas Turnbull
Diane Jo Jacobson
Edward Steven Jones
Joe Dennis Lindsay
Mary Dianne Matson
Thomas Wayne Milburn
Janice Marie Miller
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED"
Gail Ann Witte
Thomas Leslie Jackson
Joseph Andrew Minton
Dale Allen Nelmes
Charles Arthur Rice
Timothy Leo Schmidt
Sandra Marie Sizemore
Amta Lee Curr1er
Joseph Andrew Minton
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Charles Dwain Smith
Connie Sue Stanley
Jon Thomas Trent
William Douglas Turnbull
Ellen Mae Vicars
Edward Steven Jones
Mary Dianne Matson
Linda Sue Walter
Nancee Jo Warren
Robert Edward Wilson
Harriet Louise Wilson
Rudy Allen Krans
Cheryl Kathleen Dorman
Gail Ann Witte
Beth Marie Witte
Mark David Addis
Cheryl Kay Heaton
Robert Max Hatfield
Alvin Dean Ziegler
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ADDIS, MARK: Student Council 2,3,43 Basketball 23 Mana-
ger l3Baseball 2,33 Track 1,43 FTA 13 Class Officer 2g
Band 1,2,3,43 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Dance Band 1,2,3,43 Musi-
cal 1,2,3,43 Class Plays 3,43 Football Manager 1,23 Toul-
ANDERSON, BOB: Transfer from LaFayette3 Football 3,43
Basketball 3,43 Class Plays 3,4.
BLAIR, JOHN: Basketball 1,2,3,43 FFA 1,2,3,43 Officer 3,
43 Class Plays 3,4.
BLAKEY, MARTY: Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball Manager
l,2,3Q Band 1,2,33 Chorus l,2,3Q Dance Band 1,2,3.
BOLDMAN, JIM: Football 1,2,3,43 Class Plays 3,43 Musical
Comedy 2,3,43 Band 1,2,3,43 Chorus 3,4.
BRINER, STEVE: Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 23 Baseball
1,2,3,43 Toulonicle 43 Class Plays 3,43 Boys State 33 Of-
CINNAMON, MARVIN: Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,33
Baseball 1,2,3,43 Track 2,3,4Q Chorus 1,2,3,43 Band l,2,
3,43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Class Plays 3,43 Class Officer 1,23
Student Council l,2,
COLLINS, CAROLYN: Tolo 43 Toulonicle 43 FHA 1,2,3,43
GAA 2,3,43 Student Librarian 2,33 Chorus 2,3,4Q Class
Plays 3,43 Musical 2,3.
CURRIER, ANITA: Class officer 1,2,43 Tolo 3,43 Touloni-
cle Staff 1,2,3,43 FTA l,2,3,4Q Officer 33 GAA 1,2,3,43
Officer 3,43 Camp 43 Chorus 2,3,43 Pompon girl 3,43
Student Council 43 Musical 2,3,43 Class Plays 3,43 Stu-
dent Librarian 2,3,4.
DISON, KEN: Football 1,23 Chorus 1,23 Musical 1,23 FFA 1.
DORMAN, CHERYL: Class Office l3FHA 1,2,3,43 Officer
3,43 GAA 1,2,3,43 Cheerleading l,2,3,4Q Camp 3,43Class
Plays 3,43 Homecoming Attendant 33 Tolo 43T0l1l0r1iCle 3
FRAIL, SHERRY: FHA l,2,3,4Q GAA 1,2Q Chorus 3,42 Ma- ,
jorette 1,23 Pompon Girl 3,43 Toulonicle 43 Class Plays 3, 3
GRAVES, RON: Band 1,2,3,43 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1, I
2,33 Basketball 1,23 Homecoming Attendant 23 Class
Plays 3,43 Musical 2,3,4.
HAND, JOHN: FFA 1,23 Football 4.
HATFIELD, BOB: Football 1,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Chorus
13Musical 13 Basketball Manager 43 Basketball 1.
HEATON, CHERYL: FHA 1,2,3,43 GAA 1,2,3,43 Officer 2,
3,43 Chorus 2,3,43 Tolo 43 Class Plays 3,43 Student Li-
brarian 2,33 Musical 2,3.
HOTCHKISS, DIANE: FHA 1,2,3,43 GAA 1,2,3,43 Officer
2,3,4Q Chorus 2,3,4Q Toulonicle 43 Student Librarian 33
Class Plays 3,43 FHA Attendant 33 Homecoming Queen
43 Musical 2,3.
JACKSON, TOM: Basketball 1,23 Track 1,2,33 Chorus l,2,
3,43 Class Plays 3,43 Musical Comedy 2,3,4.
JACKSON, WANDA: Tolo 43 Toulonicle 1,23 GAA 1,2,3,43
Student Council 43 Class Plays 3,43 Dramatics 1.
JACOBSON, DIANE: Cheerleading 1,2,3,43 FHA 1,2,3,43
Officer 3,43 FHA Attendant 2,43 GAA 1,2,3,43 Officer 3,
4g Band 1,2,3,43 Dance Band 1,2,3,43 Musical 1,2,3,43
Class Plays 3,43 Class Officer 1,2,3,43 Chorus 1,2,3,43
Homecoming Attendant 43 Tolo 3,43 Toulonicle 4.
JARAMILLO, MARIE E.: FHA 43 FHA Queen 43 GAA 43
LINDSAY, DENNIS: Track 3.
JONES, ED: Football 1,2,43 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Dramatics
Club 13Class Plays 3,43 Musical Comedy 1,2,3,43Toulon-
icle Staff 33 Class Officer 3.
MATSON, MARY: Band 1,2,3,43 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Dance
Band 2,3,43 Student Council 1,2,3,43 Officer 43 Tolo 3,4
Tolo Business Manager 3343 Toulonicle 3,43 Toulonicle
Editor 43 Student Librarian 43 FHA l,2,3,43 GAA 1,2,3,
43 Officer 33 Class Plays 3,43 Musical Comedy l,2,3,43
Homecoming Attendant 2.
MILBURN, TOM: FFA 43 Officer 3,43 Basketball 1.
MILLER, JAN: Class officer 33 Student Council 2,3,43 Stu-
dent Council Officer 43 Pekin District Student Council
Vice-President 33 FHA 1,2,3,43 FHA Officer 2,3,43 GAA
1,2,3,43 GAA Officer 2,33 Tolo 3,43 Toulonicle 2,3Q
DAR Winner3 Chorus 2,3,43 Band l,2,3,43 Musical 1,2,3,
43 Class Plays 3,43
MINTON, JOE: Football l,2,3,43 Basketball l,2,33 Track 1.
NELMES, DALE: Band l,2,3,43 Drum Major 2,3,43 Chorus
1,2,3,43 Student Council l,2,3,43 Officer 2,3,43 Class
Plays 3,43 Musical Comedy l,2,3,4Q Basketball 1,23 Sec-
tional and District Speech Contest 43 Dramatics Club 13
RICE, CHUCK: Football 1,2,3,43 Track 2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,
3,43 Basketball 1,22 Class Plays 3,4.
SCHMIDT, CONNIE: Band 1,2,3,43 Chorus 2,3,43 Tolo As-
sistant Editor 33 Editor 43 Toulonicle 43 FHA 1,2,3,43
Officer 3,43 Student Council 43 GAA l,2,3,43 Officer 33
Class Plays 3,43 Musical 1,2,3,43 Girls State.
SCHMIDT, TIM: Football l,2,3,43 Track 1,2,3,43 Class
Plays 33 Basketball Manager 3,4.
SMITH, CHARLES: Track 23 FFA 1,2,33 Officer 2,3.
STANLEY, CONNIE: FHA 1,2,3,43 Toulonicle 43 Band 1.
TRENT, TOM: Basketball 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,2,3,43 Foot-
ball 1,23 Chorus l,2,3,43 Class Plays 3,43 Musical Come-
TURNBULL, BILL: Football l,2,3,43 Basketball 1,22 Base-
ball 1,2,3,43 Chorus 33 Class Plays 3,43 Homecoming At-
tendant 33 King 4.
WALTER, LINDA: FHA 1,2,3,43 Officer 43T0l.1l0niCle 4.
WARREN, NANCEE: FHA 1,2,3,43 GAA 1,2,3,43 Officer
43 Band l,2,3,4Q Chorus 2,3,43 Dance Band 33 Touloni-
cle 2,3,43 Tolo 3,43 Class Plays 3,43 Musical Comedy 2,3
WILSON, HARRIET: Band 1,2,3,43 Chorus 2,3,43 Dance
Band 2,33 FTA 2,3,43 Officer 3,43 Student Librarian 2,3
43 Musical Comedy 2,33 GAA 1,2,3,43 Class Plays 3,43
Tolo 3,43 Toulonicle 3,4.
WILSON, BOB: Football 1,22 Basketball l,2Q Baseball 1,2,
3,43 FFA 1,2,3,43 Officer 4. -
WINSLOW, STEVE: Football 13 Basketball 1,2,33 Home-
coming Attendant l,43 Class Officer 1,42 Student Coun-
cil 43 Class Plays 3,43 Student Director 4.
WITTE, BETH: GAA 1,2,3,43 Officer 43 FHA 1,2,3,43
Dance Band l,2,3,4Q Band 1,2,3,43 Chorus 1,2,3,43 Musi
cal Comedy 2,3,43 Class Plays 3,43 Class Officer l3T0l1-
lonicle 3,43 Tolo 4.
WITTE3 GAIL: GAA 1,2,3,43 FHA 1,2,3,43 Chorus 1,2,3,4
Band l,2,3,43 Class Plays 3,43 Toulonicle 3,43 Tolo 4.
VICARS, ELLEN: Transfer from Westerng FHA 43 Chorus
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OFFICERS A D
Mr. Treash, Sponsorg Pat Peabody, Student Co
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Comin' Round the Mountain
JU I OR CLASS
The Junior class plays were held this year on the evening
of March 29 in the high school gymnasium under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Iris Fuhr and Mr. Alan Harland. Four plays
were presented-"What,s Wrong With Girls,', "Overnight
Guests," "The Reluctant Bridegroornf' and "Comin'
Round the Mountain".
The Reluctant Bridegroom
President Bill Ebert and Advisor Mr. Treash eyeing Juniors Pat Peabody and Margy Henneberry out to
homecoming float. make a gale,
Winning team captain Richard White awarding winning individual
salesman Cheri Riggen a Swinger camera.
The past year has been a busy one for the class of
'69. For homecoming, the class entered the float,
"Pound Out a Victory" and received an honorable
mention. A money making project of selling candy
followed basketball season. In May, the Juniors spon-
sored the annual prom, this year held at the Hub, the
theme was "Oriental Fantasy". All in all, it has been
a productive year for the class of '69.
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Ann Rice, St. Councilg Mr. Harland, Sponsorg Ran
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More Sophomore Sweets Freshmen show their better side.
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Dale Nelmes, President
Janice Miller, V.-President
Mary Matson, Secretary
The Toulon Student Council has been very successful
this past year. Much of this success was because of the fine
guidance that the council had. Mrs. Virginia Perrin, who has
been Student Council Advisor here for many years, has
worked hard to keep the council members on the move.
Besides being the local advisor, Mrs. Perrin has been a mem-
ber of the advisory board of the Pekin District Student
Council and was the special advisor for Janice Miller, past
District Vice-President. The Toulon council wishes to ex-
press its deepest gratitude to Mrs. Perrin for all of her work
for the council and for Toulon High School.
Mrs. Virginia Perrin, Advisor
TUDE T COUNCIL
The Student Council of Toulon High School has tried many new projects this past year. In August they
conducted a Leadership Workshop at Lake Calhoun. The Toulon Council asked some of the area councils
to send representatives to this Workshop. The next new activity the council participated in was the Dis-
trict Workshop at Knox College in Galesburg. The Toulon Council, under the direction of Janice Miller,
District Vice-President, took charge of all arrangements for the Workshop and served as the host school
for the Workshop the day it was held.
This year the council had a special project, a "Keep America Beautiful Campaign." This project was
successful and was helpful to the community as well as the school. Another "first" that this year's coun-
cil accomplished was a student exchange. Toulon High School sent Connie Schmidt and Mark Addis,
both council members, to Alton Senior High in Alton, Illinois, in exchange for two Alton students for
one week. The purpose of this exchange was to promote understanding about the way other schools and
other councils operate.
The officers for this year are as follows: Dale Nelmes, Presidentg Janice Miller, Vice-President, Mary
Row 1 Pat Peabody, Steve Winslow, Diane Carney, Mark Addis. Row 2: Janet Jones, Cindy Currier, Ann Rice, Anita Currier
Row 3 Helen Jaramillo QAFS studentj, Bill Ebert, Connie Schmidt, Doug Miller, Wanda Jackson, Jim Addis. Row 4 Jane
Addis Linda Dunn, Teri King, Keith Knowles.
Upper Left Toulon ll Gethcha If Ya Don't Watch Out!
Seniors First place
Upper Right Stop Em In Their Tracks",
Sophomores Second place
Left: Grind Out a Victory Freshman.
Below: Pound Em To A Pulp ', Juniors.
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Upper Left: Queen Diane and King Bill
in coronation dance.
Lower Left: The crowning of Queen
Upper Right: Homecoming court-
Freshmen, Jim Addis and Ann Riceg
Juniors, Ken Jackson and Pat Peabody
Honorary Attendant, Helen Jaramillog
1966 Queen Rozanne Nelsong Queen
Diane and King Billg 1966 King Steve
Hatfieldg Escort of Honorary Attend-
ant Helen, Tom Jacksong Seniors Steve
Winslow and Diane J acobsong Sopho-
mores, Roger Fritz and Teri King.
Lower Right: The crowning of King
The Student Council sponsored a student exchange pro-
gram, whereby two seniors from Toulon High School, Con-
nie Schmidt and Mark Addis, attended Alton High School,
Alton, Illinois, for one week. During this week two Alton
High students, Eric Anderson, a seniorg and Lynn Van-
Vorhis, a sophomoreg became part of the Toulon High
School student body. They went to class, study hall and
extra curricular activities. Eric stayed with Dale Nelmes
and Lynn with Mary Matson. The last night they were here
the student Council had a party at Mary Matson's home.
Connie and Mark stayed with students of Alton High, parti-
cipating in their school activities during the week. All
concerned felt the program was worthwhile.
All the pictures without captions were taken at the
Student Council party.
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Eric Anderson and Lynn VanVorhis, Alton High School.
The Currier Family, Row 1: Mr. Roland Currier, Mrs. Currier. Row 2: Cindy Helen and Mrs Kidd
Helen, Anita. Row 3: Preston, Gretchen, Sally, Jeanne.
AFS STUDE T
Toulon High School had its second American Field Ser-
vice student this year, Maria Elena Jaramillo A. from Pere-
ira, Columbia, who took the American name of Helen for
her year in Toulon. Helen is the oldest of six children. Her
junior year of high school was interrupted, so she will have
one and one-half years of high school to complete when
she returns. Toulon High School was a big change in many
ways for Heleng her high school was a private all-girl school
of approximately 2000.
She became a member of the Roland Currier family, who
have two daughters in high school: Anita, a senior, Cindy, a
Sophomoreg and four other younger children. Helen parti-
cipated in GAA, FHA, Student Council, chorus, and the
senior class play. She reigned as queen of the FHA formal
Christmas dance. The Toulon community, as well as the
high school, enjoyed knowing Helen and will long remember
AFS students in the area who gave a panel discussion on their home coun
Helen and Wanda Jackson. fries during AFS Week-
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Row 1: Anita Currier, Susan Scott, Anne Hepner, Karen Wagher. Row 2: Raylene Wagenbach, Ann Rice
Ronnie Steward. Row 3: Cindy Currier, Jean Lehman, Lynne Drake, Donna Brown. Row 4: Janet Jones
Pam Callahan, Carol Hotchkiss. Row 5: Mrs. Perrin, Harriet Wilson, Joann Phillips, Cindy Mock.
Old and New Presidents
The Future Teachers of America had an
active year. In October they visited the Uni-
versity of lllinois at Champaign. Six new
members were initiated in November. They
were: Lynne Drake, Cindy Currier, Joann
Phillips, Ann Rice, Carol Hotchkiss, and Rae
Wagenbach. At Christmas they helped Jim
Mock by washing toys for needy children.
Cookie cook books and candy cook books
were sold to help earn money for the club.
Mrs. Virginia Perrin
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Row 1: Randy Chamberlain, Gary Anderson, Ken Dutton, Tim McMillen, Les Tuthill, Rodney Dorman, Wayne Dienst. Ro
James Gallagher, Dale Truelove. Row 3: Don Colgan, Dennis Gallagher, Mike Winn, Tom Eberle, Bob Walters, Bob Winn,
Randy Mock, Dennis Taylor, Jim Castagna.
Mr. Charles Pearson, Advisor
Jerry Wasson, Reporterg Bob Wilson, Secretary, John
bull, Treasurer, John Blair, Sentinel.
Lck Frail, Bob Bent, Frank Price, Junior Moats, Joel Wright,
ch. Row 4: Bill Van Autreve, Bob Gallagher, Mike Hargadine,
The Toulon chapter of the Future Farmers of America
had another very good year. Teams were sent to every judg-
ing contest on the sectional level. The livestock judging
team took first place in the sectional contest. The founda-
tion awards were won by the following: Public speaking,
crop farming-John Nelsong swine production, sheep pro-
duction, livestock farming-John Blairg farm mechanics-Les
Tuthillg Corn production, beef production-Rod Dormang
swine production-Mel Hallg star greenhand award-Frank
A highlight of the year was the announcement of the
State Farmer Degree being won by John Blair and John Nel-
, Presidentg Tom Milburn, Vice-Presidentg Rex Turn-
Basketball Coffee Stand
Row 1: E. Vicars, V. Moats, S. Frail, M. Cover, C. Dorman,
M. Pitzer, B. Steward, L. Anderson. Row 2: M. Henneberry,
P. Peabody, C. Reed, M. Z. Henneberry, K. Lindsay, L. Mc-
Rell, L. Lambert, D. Franklin. Row 3: K. Young, D. Carney
P. Callahan, C. Currier, C. Schmidt, C. Hotchkiss, J. Bur-
cham, A. Elliot. Row 4: T. King, B. Boldnian, C. Webster,
C. Reed, J. Phillips, D. Egnew, L. Walter, C. Mock. Row 5:
P. Andrew, C. Williams, H. Jaramillo, D. Bainbridge, V.
Blank, N. Warren, V. Davis.
Row 1: L. Walter, V.-Pres. of Public Relationsg D. Brown,
Historiang J. Miller, Second V.-Pres.: M. Pitzer, V.-Pres. of
Recreation, C. Schmidt, V.-Pres. of Projects. Row 2: D.
Hotchkiss, Sec.: P. Peabody, First V.-Pres., C. Dorman,
Diane Jacobson, President
Mrs. Laura Carlock, Advisor
Row 1: L. Peterson. S. Hostetler, Kathy Wagher, Karen Wag-
her, G. Witte, J. Miller, J. Frail, C. Stanley. Row 2: B.
Witte, G. Bloomberg, J. Colgan, R. Wagenbach, P. Fisher, C
Collins, S. Muckey, M. Matson. Row 3: C. Ublauer, B.
Leverette, B. Sizemore, J. Slygh, P. Minton, D. Brown, K.
Thorne, D. Jacobson. Row 4: D. Streitmatter, A. Bush, B.
Olmsted, K. Dison, C. Heaton, C. Storey, J. Jones, D.
Hotchkiss. Row 5: C. Smith, D. Minton, K. Roach, C.
Dykeman, L. Dunn, M. Dykeman, Mrs. Carlock.
Dating Game-April meeting entertainment.
FHA girls display acting ability.
The Future Homemakers of America had eighty mem-
bers during the 1967-68 year under the supervision of Mrs.
Carlock. The Chapter parents were Mr. and Mrs. Dwain
Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Miller. Through much
hard work, the chapter had a very successful year. Some of
the activities included: the freshman breakfast, Christmas
formal, section rally at Wenona, and the senior picnic. Jan-
ice Miller, won the Betty Crocker award and the Crisco
award was received by Diane Jacobson. The Organization
was proud to have Pat Peabody elected as the section
eleven president. Helen Jaramillo, the AFS student, was
made an honorary member of the chapter.
Diane gives gavel to Pat, 1968-69 presi-
Senior Diane Jacobson and Escort
J Steve Winslow.
Sophomore Pam Minton and Escort
Queen Helen Jaramillo and Escort Mark Ad-
Junior Pat Peabody and Escort
Freshman Carol Storey and Escort
This year our GAA has increased it activities to encompass a sweatshirt sale, a spring dance, a football party, and ntkmerous
other sports activities. Under the direction of our advisor, Miss Schlink, we have learned to increase our sportsmanship and
sense of fair play, which are two of the main goals of the Girls Athletic Association.
Row 1: Linda Anderson, Gail Witte, J an Miller, Anne Hepner, Marsha Cover, Ann Rice, Karen Wagher. Row 2: Jacque Col-
gan, Gail Bloomberg, Christine Reed, Margy Henneberry, Kathy Lindsay, Wanda Jackson. Row 3: Miss Schlink, Carol Hotch-
kiss, Debbie Franklin, Linda Lambert, Cindy Currier, Lynne Drake, Kathy Young. Row 4: Alice Elliot, Carol Webster, Pam
Callahan, Carol Ublauer, Diane Hotchkiss, Anna Bush. Kneeling: Cheryl Smith, Diana Streitmatter, Cheryl Heaton, Becky
Olmsted, Charlene Dykeman. Sitting: Debbie Minton, Harriet Wilson. .
1: Mary Matson, Mary Pitzer, Anita Currier, Susan Scott, Lynn Hedges, Cheryl Dorman, Bonnie Steward. Row 2: Beth
Pat Fisher, Carolyn Collins, Linda Peterson, Mary Zita Henneberry, Raylene Wagenbach. Row 3: Connie Schmidt,
Loomis, Barb Sizemore, Diane Jacobson, Jeanne Lehman, Jane Addis, Jane Burcham. Row 4: Denise Egnew, Joann
ps, Cheryl Reed, Barb Boldman, Janet Jones, Carol Storey. Kneeling: Nancee Warren, Virginia Blank, Cindy Mock, Ka-
oach. Sitting: Helen J amarillo, Vivian Davis.
1: Diane Hotchkiss, Reporter, Jeanne Lehman, Historian, Diane Jacobson, Sports Chairman, Nancee Warren, Historian
2: Anne Hepner, Points Chairman, Miss Judy Schlink, Advisor, Beth Witte, Sports Chairman. Row 3: Margy Henneber-
ecretary-Treasurerg Cheryl Heaton, Vice-Presidentg Anita Currier, President, Jane Burcham, Points Chairman.
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GAA Weiner Roast
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Row 1: M. Pitzer, A. Hepner, L. Hedges, J. Frail, A. Currier, B. Steward. Row 2: R. Wagenbach, M. Henneberry, S. Hostetler
L. Anderson, C. Reed, M. Matson. Row 3: B. Boldman, K. Young, P. Peabody, W. Jackson, C. Ublauer, J. Jones. Row 4: V.
Blank, C. Williams, A. Bush, L. Dunn, H. Wilson, Mrs. Perrin.
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Nancee Warren and Linda Walter running off copies.
Row 1: A. Currier, D. Newman, M. Schmidt, D. Nelmes, M
G. Witte, C. Dorman, M. Pitzer, T. Jackson, S. Hostetler. Ro
Jacobson, C. Schmidt. Row 4: N. Warren, L. Walter, C. Hez
The Toulonicle staff of the school year of 1967-68 has
eight members on the staff. Mr. James Treash is their Adv
this school paper. This has been the best paper the staff has
'. Briner, S. Frail, A. Hepner. Row 2: M. Matson, K. Jackson,
otchkiss, D. Brown, B. Witte, P. Peabody, C. Collins, D.
tmn, V. Blank, Mr. Treash.
aut six of these informative newspapers. There are twenty-
ias been a great help in the assistance of the production of
+ut in a long time.
Assistant Editor-Anne Hepner. AdvisorHMr. James Trea-
sh. Editor-Mary Matson.
C. Dorman, S. Frail, L. Walter, and N. Warren-piecing the
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Things, especially TOLO meetings, go better
The 1967-1968 TOLO staff consisted of 35 members
under the direction of Connie Schmidt, Editorg Pat Pea-
body, Assistant Editorg and Mrs. Caroline Kidd, Advisor.
This year's Business Manager, Mary Matson was assisted by
Margy Henneberry. The Business Managers were in charge
of magazine sales, taking orders for yearbooks, and distribu-
ting yearbooks after their arrival. The rest of the staff was
divided into fifteen other committees-one for each organi-
zation or class, typists, photographers, and art.
lt was decided again this year to have a fall delivery, but
work began as usual early in the school year in order to
meet all deadlines. The staff all worked very hard on the
yearbook-both on the regular meeting night, Thursday,
and in free periods during the day.
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Standing: Mrs. Kidd, Advisor. Seated: Editor Connie
Schmidt and Pat Peabody, Assistant Editor.
These TOLO staffers are very busy.
Coke, after Coke, after Coke . . .
Mrs. Kidd always helps those in need at the
A TOLO meetings.
Physics door at Christmas
Helen, our AFS student
Librarians at work Party for students
One of our Freshmen from Alton.
Row 1 : Marvin Cinnamon, Gary Anderson, Rex Turnbull, Rudy Krans, Joe Minton, Jim Boldman, Bob Anderson. Row 2:
John Hand, Steve Briner, Rob Finney, Junior Moats, Rodney Thorne, Ed Jones. Row 3: Coach Bourquin, Ken Jackson,
Keith Knowles, Bill Turnbull, Tim Schmidt, Marty Blakey, Coach Jenkins. Row 4: Coach Harland, Bob Hatfield, Gerry Was-
son, Jim Cinnamon, Chuck Rice, Randy Mock. Row 5 2 Terry Talbert, Bill Ebert, John Ballentine.
Coaches Ken Bourquin, Al Harland,
Managers Bill Ebert, Terry Talbert,
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VAR ITY FOOTBALL
1967 saw Toulon have its most successful season since
the Trojans tied for the conference championship in 1957.
The 1967 Trojans won six and lost three. In the early sea-
son the Trojans lacked confidence in their offense and con-
sequently lacked offensive punch. However, their strong
defense carried them through as they scored one touchdown
in each of the first three games and still managed to win.
The defensive stalwarts were all conference linebacker Bill
Turnbull, leading tackles Randy Mock and Tim Schmidt and
all conference defensive and Joe Minton. They were joined
by defensive tackles Bob Anderson and Rudy Krans, who
was probably one of the few offensive quarterbacks to ever
play defensive tackle. Marty Blakey was a knockout as a
defensive guard. The group was supplemented by late
comer John Hand who hrudled his way into the defensive
alignment. The defensive backs were Keith Knowles, Jim
Cinnamon, Chuck Rice, and Bob Hatfield.
After three successive losses to the top three teams in
the conference the Trojan offense came to life. The team
suddenly realized they could make trap plays work and
Bob Hatfield and Bob Anderson consistently gained yard-
age through holes make by the two fine pulling guards, Bill
Turnbull and second team all-conference, Tim Schmidt.
The tackels were Joe Minton and Junior Moatsg the ends
were Marv Cinnamon and Chuck Rice and the center was
Rex Turnbull. Hatfield and Anderson were joined in the
back field by quarterback Krans and either Jim Cinnamon
or Rob Finney as the other halfback.
The high point of the season was undoubtedly the last
game of the year with Galva, a team that had beaten Toulon
so many times that it thought it could not lose to the
Trojans. However, the Torjans thoroughly defeated the
Wildcats as Galva gained very little yardage and Toulon
scored five touchdowns although two were called back.
Hatfield ran once again his favorite play, the counter,
which because of his speed size, enabled him to sneak
along behind the line of scrimmage so that he could run to
perfection. The Toulon ends did not catch many passes, but
Chuck Rice caught two for touchdowns, a spectacular one
in the Manlius game and one that surprised even Chuck in
the Galva game since the ball was tipped into his awaiting
hands. The defense was great as it had been all year as
Hand, Schmidt, and Turnbull made Levin, Galva's fine
sophomore quarterback wish that basketball started a week
sooner. This, the 1967 season ended as it began, success-
Bill Turnbull Tim Schmidt
Co-Captain, Most Valuable Play- Co-Captain, Most Tackels, Most
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Bob Hatfield Bob Anderson Joe Minton
Most Va1uab1e-A11C0nfgfenCe 2nd Team Offense Fullback All Conference Defense End
Honorable Mention Most Improved Best Sportmanship
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Row 1: T. McMillen, R. Thorne, K. Dutton, C. Ham, J. Addis, F. Price. Row 2: J. Wasson, D. Webster, C. Frail, R. Martin
D. Miller. Row 3: D. Colgan, B. Winn, M. Fritch, R. Krans. Row 4: J. Zeigler, Coach Harland, M. Hargadine.
SEASON 'S RECORD
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Row 1: F. Price, R. Thorne, M. Schmidt, J. Ballentine, E. Connor, C. Ham, R. Layman, R. Fritz, J. Addis. Row 2: Coach
Bourquin, R. Martin, C. Frail, T. McMillen, D. Webster, D. Miller, D. Truelove, Coach Harland. Row 3: J. Castagna, G. Frail,
y M. Fritch, D. Colgan, C. Blank, R. Krans, M. Hargadine.
SEA SON'S RECORD
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i Yates City 36 39 fO.T.J Manlius 46 48
J Wyoming 39 38 spariand 33
Princeville 26 50 Wethersfield 3 1
Elmwood 51 35 LaFayette 29
Bradford 42 35 Walnut 61 fO.T.J
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Row 1: Coach Jenkins B Turnbull B Wilson M Cmnamon I Ballentine B Anderson L Johnson B Ebert C Frarl T
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Row 1: Coach A. Harland, Manager G. Anderson, D. Taylor, R. Chamberlain, B. Bent, F. Price, C. Ham, D. Miller, R. Martin,
J. McRe1l, J. Castagna, Manager C. Kamerer. Row 2: T. McMil1en, D. Truelove, P. Wilkinson, K. Jackson, C. Rice, B. Clark,
R. Finney, J. Cinnamon, J. Addis, D. Webster, Manager B. Mahaney. Row 3: J. Hand, B. Hatfield, M. Schmidt, R. White, K.
Dutton, G. Anderson, M. Addis, M. Blakey, T. Schmidt, R. Fritz, D. Newman.
Coach Al Harland and Coach Ken Bourquin
The track team won the Stark County Track and Field
Meet, placed second in the I.C.A.C. meet and third in the
Blackhawk Varsity meet. Some of the outstanding men on
the team are listed below. High jumper Ken Dutton set two
records, one in the I.C.A.C. and the Stark County. His best
jump was 6'0". High hurdler John Hand placed second in
the conference with his time. Sprinter for the 440, Bob
Hatfield placed first in the conference. Marty Blakey, 880
sprinter, placed third in the conference. The mile relay
team composed of R. White, K. Dutton, J. Cinnamon and
B. Hatfield placed second in the conference. The above men
received medals in the Blackhawk Conference.
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F. Price, W. Dienst, K. Dutton, M. Pitzer, D. Jacobson, N. Warren, M. Addis. Row 3: K. Wagher, M. Cover, B. Boldman, R. Gr
Henneberry, G. Behnke, K. Young. Row 4: J. Miller, J. Addis, D. Brown, D. Camey, C. Mock, D. Nelmes, M. Matson, D. Fral
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Slygh, B. Steward, B. Witte, J. Boldman, J. Lehman, J. McRe1l, S. Scott, A. Elliott, M. Henneberry, L. Lambert, L. McRel1, M.
Addis, C. Storey, J. Jones. Row 5: G. Witte, C. Schmidt, T. King, A, Rice, M. Winn, C. Webster, J. Phillips.
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Easy now, girls.
Pompon girls pose. You can't sleep now, Harriet!
Sophomore girls' sextet.
Senior boys, quartet in action.
All contest soloists.
Above left: Saxophone quartet
Above: Mr. Johnson gives instructions
Left: Woodwind trio
Row l: J. Miller, C. Frail, M. Cinnamon, R. Graves, J. Boldman, M. Schmidt, R. Turnball, D. Nelmes, Kamerer, R.
T. Jackson, T. Trent, P. Wilkinson, E. Jones, B. Turnball, M. Addis, G. Anderson, T. McMiIlen, F. Price, G. Witte, M. Pitzer
M. Winn, D. Miller, E. Ham, B. Mahany, B. Stewart, M. Henneberry, P. Peabody, M. Henneberry, Row 4: D. Camey, C r
Lindsay, B. Witte, D. Jacobson, L. Drake, K. Young. Row 5: Mr. Johnson, M. Dykeman, C. Heaton, J. Slygh, C. Schmidt, D. H
man, J. Jones. Row 6: D. Minton, N. Warren, L. Dunn, C. Mock, D. Egnew, B. Olmsted, A. Elliot, D. Streitmatter, H. Wilson
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ell, K. Reed, R. Wagenbach, J. McRell, B. Winn, J. Castagna, K
B. Sizemore, J. Addis, D. Brown, C. Hotchkiss, C. Reed, B. Bold-
This year the Toulon High School Chorus participated in
many activities. In January the Chorus, Band, and Dance
Band presented a winter concert. Later, fifty members of
the Toulon Chorus participated in the Blackhawk Confer-
ence Chorus Festival. Some members of the Chorus attend-
ed State Solo and Ensemble Contest at Western University
at Macomb. On April 20, the entire Chorus took part in
the Band and Chorus Contest, also at Macomb. The music
department presented a musical entitled "Stop, You're
Mr. A. E. Johnson, Director
At long last this year has
come to a close. For many
this means stepping out to
face the future and follow-
ing the paths which they
have chosen. The sands of
time keep sifting some of
the eventful moments in
our lives. We hope that
with the aid of this year-
book, you have recalled
many of the pleasant mem-
ories of this year.
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