Toulon Township High School - Tolo Yearbook (Toulon, IL)
- Class of 1969
Page 1 of 104
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1969 volume:
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We hope that in these pages we have captured for you
a year of activities and fun. In later years you will
have some of the best of your memories stored in
this book. We can't present a day by day analy-
sis, but we can hope these silhouetts of the
past will recall the best of those days.
Of course we want'to thank Mrs. Kidd and
the entire Tolo staff for their efforts.
And now forge on through the past.
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. . SENIORS
. . ,IUNIORS
. . MUSIC
. . ACTIVITIES
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Many of the graduates of Toulon High have gone into the Armed Services and some
eventually to Vietnam. Risking their health and lives to support the United States, they
deserve all the credit they can be given. We heartily support and praise all our own guys
and give just as many hurrahs for the other guys from all fifty states. The security of the
United States is due to the strength of the Armed Services and the strength of the Armed
Services must be due to the support of conscientious citizens. To show our support we
hereby dedicate this Tolo to the United States Department of Defense.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
BOARD MEMBERS: Willard Price, Murray Jackson, Max Hatfield, Wendell Witte, Gregory Rice, John Addis. Seated
Mrs. Helen Williams, Secretary: Clyde Ham, President1 Ronnie R. McNeal, Principal.
Principal i Secretary
Mr. Ronnie R. McNeal Helen Williams
Mr. Charles Pearson
Mrs. Sally Webb
Miss Grace Skelley
Mr. August Johnson
Mr. Wayne Jenkins
Miss Judith Schlink
Mrs. Virginia Perrin
Mr. Lee Henneberry
OFFICE RUNNERS-First Row: Steve Hunt and Christine
Williams. Second Row: Judy Wagoner, Donna Brown, and
Cindy Mock.Third Row: Crystle Webber, Bonnie Steward,
Rich Libby, and Sally Hostetler.
BUS DRIVERS: Forrest Lewis, Leon Smith, Charles
Amell, Polly Frail and Bob Pendarvis.
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JANITORS: Irving Talbert, and Graham Franklin.
COOKS: Leota Porter, Alta Elliott, Florence Parker, Pansy
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NMerCy,, Coach guns away.
You little devil, you.
"Cecil! Where's Beanie?"
Hi! Batman! '
Row, Row, Row Your Boat.
Laugh and the world laughs with
Varsity Cheerleaders take a rest.
KEITH A. KNOWLES,President
Football l,2,3,4g Baseball l,2,3,4g Stu-
dent Council 1,2,3,4g Class Plays 3,
Homecoming Attendant 4gTou1onicle
2,4g Track 4, Class President 4.
ROBERT L. FINNEY, Vice-President
Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g
Track 1,2,3,4g Baseball 4g Class Plays
3,4g Class Officer 4g Homecoming At-
LINDA J. DUNN, Secretary-
Student Council l,2,3,4g Class Officer
1,3,4g F.H.A. 1,2,3,4g F.H.A. Officer
43 Chorus 1,2,3g Tolo 3,4g Toulonicle
2,3,4g Student Librarian 2,33 Class
KENNETH G. JACKSON, Reporter
Basketball 1,2g Football 1,2,3,4g Track
1,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4gToulonicle 3,
4g Class Reporter 3,4g Class Play 3,43
Musical 1,2,3,4g Homecoming At-
MRS. SALLY WEBB
MRS. JANE JOHNSON
GARY W. ANDERSON
Track 1,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4g F.F.A. l,2,3,41Class Plays
Class Plays 3.
GARY L. BEHNKE
Track 45 Class Play 4g Dance Band 4g
Baseball 1,2,3,4g Musical 1,2,3,-43 Bas-
ketball 1,2,4g Band 1,'.2,3,4g Chorus l,
DONNA R. BROWN
Chorus l,2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g F.H.A.
l,2,3,4g officer 3,4g F.T.A. l,2,3,4, of-
ficer 3gTo1o 3,43 Toulonicle 3,43 Class
Plays 4g Musical 1,2,3,4g Officer Run-
ner 4g Student Council 4.
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DIANE M. CAMEY
Cheerleader 1,2,3,4g Student Council
2,3 ,4g President of Student Council 4g
Homecoming Attendant 2g Homecom-
ing Queen 4g Band l,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2
3gAccompanist 1,2gTolo Staff 2g
Toulonicle Staff 4g F.H.A. l,2,3,4g
F.F.A. Chapter Sweetheart 3g Musical
comedy 1,2g G.A.A. l,2.
JAMES M. CINNAMON
Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g
Track l,2,3,4g Homecoming King 4.
RANDALL J. CINNAMON
Track 43 Football 1,4g Basketball l,2,
3g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Class President lg
Student Council 1,23 Class Play 3,4g
J. ROBERT CLARK
Track 1,2,3g Class Plays 3g Band 2g
F.F.A. l,2g Football 4.
WILLIAM H. CONNER
Basketball 1,2,3,4gTrack 4gBand l,2g
Chorus 1,2g Musical l,2.
CAM L. CRAVENS
RODNEY R. DORMAN
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g Officer of F.F.A. 4g
Section 5 Officer of F.F.A. 4g Basket-
ball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 2g Class Plays 3g
Homecoming Attendant 1.
WILLIAM K. EBERT
Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,4g V
Football Manager 1,2,3g Class Plays 3,
4g Student Council 2,3,4g Class Officer
2,33 Tolo 4g Toulonicle 4.
MELVIN A. HALL
B. LYNN HEDGES
Chorus 1,23 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Class Plays
3,4g Tolo 3,4g Student Librarian l,2,
MARGY M. HENNEBERRY
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. Officer 3,4g
Class Officer 3g Dance Band 2,3,4g
F.H.A. l,2,3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,4g Band
l,2,3,4g Drum majorette 3,43 Tolo 3,4g
Class Plays 3,45 Musical 2,3,4g Student
ANNE M. HEPNER
Class officer 1,3g Chorus l,2g Musical
23 G.A.A. l,2,3g G.A.A. Officer 3,
F.T.A. 2,33 F.T.A. Officer 3, Class
Plays 3,4g Tolo 3QTOl11OI'liC16 3,43 Edi-
tor 43 Student Librarian l,2,3,4.
SALLY E. HOSTETLER
Tolo 4g Oftice Runner 4g Toulonicle 3
4g Student Librarian 2,33 Class Plays 3,
4g F.H.A. 1,2,3,4.
STEVEN G. HUNT
Baseball l,2,3,4g Class Plays 4g Tolo 4s
Basketball Manager 4.
LARRY E. JOHNSON
Baseball 3g Basketball l,2,3,4g Foot-
CHARLES K. KAMERER
Chorus l,2,3,4g Tolo 3,4g Class Plays 3
4g Track Manager 2,3,4g Musical l,2,4.
DIXIE M. KING
Class Officer 2gToulo11icle 2g F.H.A.
attendant 2g F.H.A. 1,2,3,4g Class Play
4g Tolo 4.
LOUIS H. KLEIN
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g F.F.A. Officer 3.
RICHARD A. LIBBY
LINDA L. LOOMIS
G.A.A. 3,4gTo1o 3,4g Chorus 4g Class
ARTHUR E. MOATS,JR.
Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,4g Tolo 2
Class Plays 3.
RANDY J. MOCK
Football 1,2,3,4g Baseball l,2,3,4g Class
Plays 3g F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g Toulonicle 2.
GARY M. MONTOOTH
F.F.A. lg Football lg Class Officer 25
Class Plays 3,45 Track 4.
SHARON K. MUCKEY
Homecoming Attendant 1 g Cheerlead-
ing 1,2,3,4g F.H.A. 1,2,3,4g G.A.A. 1,
2g Class Plays 3,4g Student Librarian
4g Toulonicle 4g Tolo 4.
JOHN H. NELSON l5!' 5i
Football 1gF.F.A. l,2,3,4g F.F.A. Pres-
ident 3,4g F.F.A. section president 49
F.F.A. district president 4g Tolo 3,4g
Chorus 1,2,4g Class Play 3,4g Musical
Comedy 1,2g F.H.A. formal attendant
PATRICIA J. PEABODY
Chorus 1,2,3,4g Pom Pom Girl 2,3,4g
Student council 3,4g Student council
officer 4g Tolo 3,43 Tolo editor 4g Tou-
lonicle 3,4g F.H.A. 1,2,3,4g F.H.A. of-
ficer 2,3,4g Section President 4g Class
plays 3,43 Student Librarian 2,33
Homecoming attendant 3,4g F.H.A.
formal attendant l,3g Musical l,2,3,4.
SUSAN J. SCOTT
Band 1,2,3,4g Dance Band l,2,3,4g Mu-
sical 1,2,3,4g Class play 3g G.A.A. 2,3,
4g F.T.A. 1,3.
TERRY S. TALBERT
KAREN K. THORNE
F.H.A. 2,3,4g F.H.A. Attendant 4g
G.A.A. 1,23 Plays 3g Toulonicle 4
REX D. TURNBULL
Chorus l,2,3,4g F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g F.F.A.
Officer 3gP1ays 3g Football l,2,3,4g
Track 1gClass Officer 13Tolo 3,4g Mu
LESLIE R. TUTHILL
Transfer from Kewanee Ig F.F.A. 2,3,
4g F.F.A. Officer 4g Football 43 Class
JUDITH M. WAGONER
Transfer from LaMoi11eg F.T.A. lg
G.A.A. 3g Pep Club 3g Librarian 2g
Chorus 1,2,3,4g Newspaper Staff 1
Cafeteria Staff 1 g Office Runner 4.
ROB FINNEY K
CRYSTLE D. WEBBER
Chorus 2,3g F.H.A. l,4g Office Run-
RICHARD L. WHITE
Chorus 1,2,3,4g Band 1,2,3,4g Stage
Band 1,2,3g Musical l,2,3,4gTrack 2,3
4g Basketball lgClass Plays 3,4.
PAUL N. WILKINSON
Football 2,4g Track 3,4g Chorus 1,2,3,
4g Student Council 4g Class Play 3.
CHRISTINE A. WILLIAMS
G.A.A. 1gF.H.A. 2,3,4g Class Plays 3,
4g Office Runner 4g Chorus lg Student
Librarian 2,3g Musical 1.
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This has been a year of new ideas for the Student Council. Our first big undertaking was Homecoming. A
lot of hard work was put into the planning and carrying through of the different activities, but it was well
worth it. Probably the biggest change in Homecoming was the announcement of the King and Queen on
Friday afternoon at the Pep Assembly. This built up a lot of suspense and excitement which made the
Homecoming all the more a success.
Other activities carried out through the year were the Christmas program, AFS Week to raise money for
next years's AFS Student, and Hope Week to raise money to help the Ship Hope.
Under the helpful guidance of Miss Judith Schlink, the Student Council accomplished things at Toulon
High School that could never be measured.
Top Center: Keith Knowles
Pat Peabody, Senior Atten-
dants. Diane Camey, Queen
Jim Cinnamon, King.
Center Left: Tim McMillen,
Marsha Cover Junior Atten-
Lower Left: Kim Turnbull,
Berney Witte, Freshman Atten
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King Jim and Queen Dee Dee
Crowning Diane Camey as Queen. Crowning James Cinnamon as King.
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Duggyfs Bugaloo. Goldie, Look at the Jollie Balloon Man!!
Bustin' Thru To A Victory. RHSiI1' the Spifif- Doifl' 3 P ePf31k
OFFICERS: Cindy Mock, Secretary-Treasurer, I
Raylene Wagenbach, Reporter, Bonnie Steward,
President, Lynne Drake, Vice-President.
NEW INITIATES '68-'69-Back Row: Pam Clark, Chris Chamberlain, Melanie Ely, Barb
Boldman, Lynn Rice, Jerrie Jackson, Jane Castagna, Melody Isles, Nancy Loomis, Glenda
Akers, Kathy Young, Mary Pitzer. Front Row: Vicki Wallace, Kim Turnbull, Amanda
Appenheimer, Linda Hunt, Sylvia Rice, Nancy Nelson, Mary Jane Pyle, Dorothy Allen.
COFFEE given for Toulon Grade School and Toulon High School teachers during National Education Week.
Bottom Row: Sylvia Rice, Melody Isles, Jane Castagna, Cindy Mock, Linda Hunt, Nancy Loomis. Second Row: Betsy Jones,
Nancy Nelson, Janet Jones, Joann Phillips, Kim Turnbull, Amanda Appenheimer. Third Row: Jane Burcham, Kay Duncan,
Vicki Wallace, Donna Brown, Jeanne Lehman, Barb Boldman, Pam Callahan. Fourth Row: Lynne Drake, Cindy Currier, Ray
lene Wagenbach, Glenda Akers, Linda Lambert, Jerri Jackson, Jane Addis. Fifth Row: Kathy Montgomery, Melanie Ely,
Christine Chamberlain, Paula Ziegler, Carol Hotchkiss, Mary Pyle. Sixth Row: Lynn Rice, Bonnie Steward, Ann Rice, Pam
Clark, Dorothy Allen, Mary Pitzer, and Leila Mowers.
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S The Toulon Chapter of the Future Farmers of America was very busy this
S year. Among the activities were a slave sale at the annual Parent-Son banquet.
For something a little different, a donkey basketball game was sponsored. This
proved to be a tremendous success-everyone had a great time.
The Chapter rented about ten acres of ground behind the bus garage in addi-
tion to the plot by the railroad tracks. Other years it was necessary to rely on
help from the members and their machinery to do the farming. The additional
ground this year made this arrangement impractical, so the Chapter found an
opportunity to buy an MMZ tractor with plow, disc, harrow, and cultivator.
They already owned a two-row planter. Future plans are for minimum tillage
plots, fertilizer, new seed corn varieties, and herbicides.
The Toulon Chapter's President, John Nelson, was also elected District l
Director and Section V president, honors of which both the local chapter and
Toulon High School are proud.
Ken, Rex 8a John in the Ag Shop.
Mr. Pearson during the slave
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Speakers' table at the annual banquet.
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First Row: Cheryl Smith, Sylvia Rice, Connie Fell, Jane Castagna, Melody Iles, Debbie Minton, Linda Hunt, Karen Bhear. Sec-
ond Row: Alice Elliott, Betsy Jones, Debbie Bainbridge, Joann Phillips, Denise Egnew, Cheryl Klein, Nancy Nelson, Diana
Streitmatter, Nancy Loomis. Third Row: Kathy Dison, Amanda Appenheimer,Colleen Briner, Barbra Leverette, Carol Storey
Glenda Akers, Rita Anderson, Kim Turnbull, Cheryl Reed. Fourth Row: Marelene Dykeman, Dorothy King, Kathy Mont-
gomery, Kay Duncan, Jerri Jackson, Vicki Wallace, Carol Hotchkiss, Becky Olnistead. Fifth Row: Mary Pyle, Melanie Ely,
Linda Tracy, Paula Ziegler, Mary Zita Henneberry, Chris Chamberlain, Mary Riggen, Linda Wagher, Barbara Milburn.
First Row: Advisor Mrs. Mystrom, President Pat Peabody, Vice-President Mary Pitzer, Vice-Presi-
dent of Projects Raylene Wagonbach. Second Row: Treasurer Linda Dunn, Public Relations
Janet Jones, Second Vice-President Donna Brown, Vice-President of Recreation Linda Lambert,
Historian Mary Henneberry, Secretary Kathy Young.
FRESHMEN: Jerri Jackson and Mike SOPHOMORES: Becky Olmsted and JUNIORS: Raylene Wagenbach and
McRell. Frank Price. Kenny Dutton
SENIORS: Karen Thorne and John
Queen, King and Court.
KING and QUEEN: Rod Dorman and
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Sophomores' Cooking Class. Dorothy cleaning up.
Alice serving Connie and Debbie.
Mrs. Nystrom's wedding gift.
Nursery school day.
FHA officers at initiation.
Back Row: Miss Judy Schlink, B. Steward, P. Fisher, D. Allen, A. Rice, K. Wagher, P. Clark, J. Frail, S. Scott, L. Hedges, A.
Hepner, M. Cover, M. Pitzer, M. Henneberry, C. Chamberlain, J. Webster, L. Mower, J. Addis. Second Row: B. Jones, B. Olm-
stead, D. Egnew, A. Elloit, N. Loomis, J. Castagna, C. Fell, S. Rice, M. Isles, C. Mock, A. Bush, J. Phillips, D. Streitmatter, C.
Storey, K. Duncan, J. Jones. Third Row: P. Callahan, L. Loomis, K. Montgomery, M. Pyle, R. Wagenbach, L. Lambert, P.
Ziegler, M. Z. Henneberry, C. Webster, L. Rice, J. Colgan, K. Reed, J. Jackson, G. Akers, M. Riggen, K. Dison, K. Turnbull.
Fourth Row: J. Slygh, R. Anderson, B. Boldman, S. Bhear, J. Burcham, C. Hotchkiss, D. Franklin, C. Currier, J. Lehman, L.
Drake, K. Young, C. Briner, C. Reed.
Back Row: JoAnn Slygh, Reporter, Linda Lambert, Vice-President,
Janet Jones, Secretary-Treasurer, Margy Henneberry, President, Ray-
lene Wagenbach, Historian, Bonnie Steward, Historian, Judy Schlink,
Advisor, Front Row: Cindy Mock, Points Chairman, Jane Burcham,
Points Chairman, Cindy Currier, Sports Chairman, Barb Boldman,
The G.A.A. has been involved in many ac-
tivities this year. There were two delegates to
Leadership Camp the previous summer. They
were Margy Henneberry and Linda Lambert.
The G.A.A. girls participated in the Heart
Fund drive, had a booth in the Tolo Carnival,
and sponsored an All-Sports Night. There was
also a swimming party for all of the girls who
were involved with the Heart Fund Drive. The
major money making activities were the candy
machine and the "T" shirt sales. All G.A.A.
members are looking forward to another en-
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Back Row: Sharon Muckey, Mary Pitzer, Anne Hepner, Lynn Hedges, Marsha Cover, Margy Henneberry, Kathy Wagner
Third Row: Kristine Reed, Linda Anderson, Karen Thorne, Pati Fisher, Linda Peterson, Raylene Wagonbach. Second Row:
Jane Burcham, Marlene Dykeman, Jo Slygh, Paula Ziegler, Linda Lambert, Debbie Franklin, Barb Boldman. First Row: Mrs
Perrin, Librariang Linda Hunt, Alice Elliott, Joann Phillips, Janet Jones, Coleen Briner, Pam Callahan.
The student librarians were "booked"
solid this year. The thirty librarians took
care of all the readers at THS. Under the
direction of Mrs. Perrin, they tried to ac-
commodate the needs of the library. Two
librarians were assigned to each study hall.
There were also twelve special librarians
who checked in the books and filed them.
These girls performed a very necessary
Top Row: Marsha Cover, Carl Hepner, Jerry Wasson, Mike Winn, Bill Ebert, Keith Knowles, Bob Winn, Anne Hepner. Second
Row: Karen Thorne, Kathy Wagher, Bonnie Steward, Mary Pitzer, Linda Anderson, Sally Hostetler, Sharon Muckey, Ken
Jackson. Third Row: Barb Boldman, Donna Brown, Diane Camey, Raylene Wagenbach, Pat Peabody, Jacque Colgan, Jerri
Jackson, JoAnn Slygh. Bottom Row: Mrs. Johnson, Advisor, Sylvia Rice, Cindy Mock, Colleen Briner, Jane Burcham, Pam
Callahan, Janet Jones, Nancy Loomis.
Mrs. Jane Johnson, Advisor, Mary Pitzer, Assistant Editor,
Anne Hepner, Editor.
The Toulonicle for the year of 1969 was under the
direction of Mrs. Johnson. Although this was her first
year of directing the staff, she was a very good advisor.
Her new ideas and inspiration helped the paper become l
a success. The editor for the year was Anne Hepner, and l
the assistant editor, Mary Pitzer. All the staff was in-
volved in creating each of the six issues.
There were articles on sports, music, class news, or-
ganization news, birthdays, fashion articles, special
seasonal features, student and teacher interviews, and
the ever popular gossip column, the Dust Pan.
SMILE! HA! HA?
Here he comes!
Assembly Line. Hey feaflh!
Sixth Row: B. Ebert, M. Schmidt, C. Kamerer, R. Turnbull, J. Addis, J. Moats, D. Miller. Fifth Row: L. Hedges, J. Wasson,
J. Nelson, M. Winn, T. Talbert, M. Cover. Fourth Row: A. Hepner, J. Frail, S. Hostetler, M. Henneberry, S. Muckey, K.
Wagher, B. Steward. Third Row: P. Peabody, M. Z. Henneberry, C. Reed, R. Wagenbach, J. Colgan, L. Lambert. Second Row:
L. McRell, G. Bloomberg, J. Addis, D. Brown, L. Loomis, D. King. First Row: Mrs. Kidd, J. Jones, D. Egnew, J. Phillips, S.
Hunt, L. Dunn.
Back Row: Jacque Colgan, Dick Clark, Roger Fritz, Pati Fisher.
Middle Row: Debbie Franklin, Cindy Currier, Laurie McRell.
Front Row: Bob Mahany, Earl Conner.
The 1968-69 Tolo staff was guided by Pat Peabody, edi-
torg Margy Henneberry, business manager, and Mrs. Kidd,
advisor. Jane Addis was assistant editor and Gail Bloom-
berg, assistant business manager.
The magazine sale was held as has been the practice to
provide financially for the yearbook. The Tolo Carnival was
revived this year as a money-maker. All school organizations
cooperated by sponsoring booths. It was successful in that
ufun was had by allf' but financially-only moderately a
Of great help to the Tolo staff was the Camera Club or-
ganized this year under the direction of Mr. McNeal. They
took and retook many of the pictures in this yearbook.
Many hours were spent in the dark room developing film
and making enlargements. The Camera Club shows much
promise of future success. Special recognition should go to
Bob Mahany and Earl Conner who contributed numerous
hours of their time during the year for the Tolo. It was the
Camera Club that made it possible to have pictures of the
many school activities. They also sold pictures to students.
During the last few days of school all pictures on hand were
sold at nominal fees. The selling of pictures helped pay for
the supplies used.
Samples of the Camera Clubls photography.
Photographer Bob at work
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What a year this has been for the chorus! The first activ
ity was the Winter Concert presented on January 25th. It
took a lot of hard work, but it was worth it. The next big
project was contest. The entire chorus sang at Macomb on
March 15 and received a second for their efforts. The solo
and ensemble contest was also at Macomb on April 19th.
We received one first and quite a few seconds which wasn't
too bad. The Blackhawk Festival was held right here in
Toulon on April 22nd. We practiced many songs during
ACCOMPANISTS: Dee Dee Carney, Mary Pitzer.
First Row: Jane Castagna, Debbie Minton, Nancy Loomis, Alice Elliott, Cheryl Klein, Betsy Jones, Jane Burcham, Ken
Jackson, Jerry Wasson, Gary Anderson. Second Row: Carol Hotchkiss, Linda Lambert, Laurie McRell, Kathy Wagher,
Bernie Witte, John Nelson, Paul Wilkinson, Gary Behnke, Tim McMillen, Bob Layman. Third Row: Melody Isles, Diana
Streitmatter, Marlene Dykeman, DeeDee Camey, Jan Webster, Pam Clark, Mike Winn, Doug Miller, Frank Price, Rex
Turnbull. Fourth Row: Cindy Mock, Judy Wagoner, Linda Loomis, Cindy Currier, Jane Addis, Jacque Colgan, Christine
Chamberlain, Lynn Rice, Mary Pitzer, Dorothy Allen.
these 7 hours and had fun doing it, but the highlight of the
festival was at the evening program when the chorus sang
"Let There Be Peace on Earth". It was great.
The Musical Comedy, "So This Is Paris" hit the stage on
May 15th Sr 16th. For a while we weren't sure whether we'd
make it or not, but it turned out to be a great success!
The last event of the year was Graduation. The chorus
presented two numbers which really added to the mood of
the evening. They ended a great year with a smash!
First Row: Tom Talbert, Mitch Winn, Bob Musselman, Bob Mahany, Linda Wagher, Barb Milburn, Barb Boldman, Kathy
Montgomery, Glenda Akers, Colleen Briner. Second Row: Richard White, Jim Addis, Norman Collins, Don Graves,
Jim Castagna, Margy Henneberry, Bonnie Steward, Melanie Ely, Lynne Drake, Kathy Young, Donna Brown. Third
Row: Charles Kamerer, Drake Fleege, Mike McRell, John McRell, Paula Ziegler, Raylene Wagenbach, JoAnn Slygh,
Vicki Wallace, Kay Duncan, Kim Turnbull. Fourth Row: Ann Rice, Mary Zita Henneberry, Pat Peabody, Jerri Jack-
son, Janet Jones, Denise Egnew, Nancy Nelson, JoAnn Phillips, Sylvia Rice, Cheryl Smith.
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The injury riddled Trojans enjoyed little success on the
gridiron in the '68 season. Seldom at full strength Coach
Duffy's team posted a lone win over Bradford and a tie at -
Manlius. The worst break of the season was that of quarter-
back Jim Cinnamon's broken collarbone. After his depar-
ture from the field the offense suffered the last five games
of the season. Many of the opponents' crucial points did
not come until the second half, but come they did and
thus the 1-7-1 record.
Randy Mock repeated as an all-conference defensive
lineman. Rex Turnbull and Larry Johnson also gained hon-
orable mention at their respective posts of offensive center
and defensive safety. Halfback, Keith Knowles scored five
touchdowns from his running slot and gained a place
among the conference scorers.
PRESENTING THE VARSITY'
First Row: R. Mock, G. Ziegler, G. Ater, R. Krans, K. Knowles, K. Jackson, M. Fritch. Second Row: R. Chamberlain J
Wasson, B. Bent, D. Newman, D. Blank, D. Truelove, J. Cinnamon. Third Row: T. Pyle, D. Miller, R. Finney, R. Thorne
J. Addis, D. Webster, P. Wilkinson. Fourth Row: L. Tuthill,
Ham, R. Turnbull.
ASSISTANT COACHES: Mr. Hampton, Mr. Harland,
Head Coach Mr. Duffy.
G. Anderson, K. Dutton, R. Cinnamon, L. Johnson, C.
MANAGERS: J. Ballentine, B. LaPayne, R. Vicars, T
PLAYERS 0F THE WEEK
Larry Johnson Jim Cinnamon Ken Jackson
Western, Sept. 13 Princeville, Sept. 20 Bradford, Sept. 27
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Manlius, Oct. 4 Wethersfield, Oct. 11 Dunlap, Oct. 18
Junior Moats Rob Finney Rex Turnbull 8: Randy Mock
Walnut, Oct. 25 Elmwood, Nov. 1 Wyoming, Nov. 8
Back Row Tom Talbert Chuck Frail Drake Fleege Frank Pr1ce Carl Ham, Jim Addis Brent Hartley Gary
Anderson Third Row Mike Heaton Randy Martin Doug Miller Ted Pyle, Tim Williams Bob Wmn Mike
Dean Second Row Allen Blank Carl Hepner John Wagher John Creasey, Bill Dustin Norman Collins
John Hatfield First Row Bob Musselman Gerald Ziegler M1ke Hargadine, Don Colgan Phil Webster M1ke
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AND THE CHEERS RANG ON!!!
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Top to bottom-VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Sharon Muckey, Diane Camey, Pam Minton, and Janet Jones. JUNIOR
VARSITY: Lynne Drake, Ann Rice, Kim Turnbull, and Dorothy Allen.
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Led by ALL-CONFERENCE center ROD DORMAN, the Toulon Trojan Basketball squad attained its highest peak
of success in several years. In contrast to past years, Toulon enjoyed considerable tournament success, winning the
ICAC, placing third at Princeville, then smashing to a District title, but to fall to Kewanee in the regional. Posting a
final 18 wins and 9losses record, the Trojans tied for fourth in the Blackhawk with Buda Western and Placed second in
their initial year in the ICAC behind quick SL powerful Glasford. Positions would have been better in the standings if
it hadn't been for three one-point losses in midseason to Manlius, LaFayette, and Dunlap. Following another defeat by
Princeville, the team rebounded to an unblemished record the rest of the way. The emergence of Bill Conner and peak
play of other individuals such as J im Cinnamon, Carl Blank, Ken Dutton, and Tim McMillen came at an opportune
time as Toulon defeated first and second seeded Western and Neponset to cop the first-place District trophy.
Senior Jim and the returning Carl Blank formed a small but flashy guard pair. Most of the rebounding was by Dor-
man, Dutton, and Conner. In his three-year varsity career Dorman pulled down over 1,000 rebounds in addition to
pumping in over 1,000 points.
,I V BASKETBALL
Coach Duffy, Carl Ham, Jim Addis, Clarence Dennison, Don Colgan, Mike Hargadine, Jim Cas-
tagna, Gary Frail, Doug Miller, Chuck Frail, Bob Layman, Frank Price, Ron Vicars.
J V's in action. JV's receive letters.
Top Row: D. Newman, R. Finney, J. Ballentine, L. Johnson, T. McMillen, R. Cinnamon, Coach Jenkins. Middle Row C
Hepner, G. Behnke, B. Ebert, D. Webster, B. Collins, K. Knowles. Bottom Row: B. LaPayne, M. Hall, R. Chamberlain M
Pyell, R. Krans, S. Hunt.
The Toulon baseball team saw mediocre suc-
cess with 3 wins and 5 losses. Randy Krans was
the batting champ with eight hits in twenty
times at bat. Keith Knowles and Bill Ebert both
had seven hits and averages over .300. Krans
also came up with the stolen bases award by
pilfering a mere four bags. The last three games
included a 16-O loss to Galesburg and trouncings
from Walnut and Manlius. The loss to Galesburg
was the first game in the district. The pitching
highlight of the season was a three-hit shutout
over Bradford by sophomore Bob Collins.
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Top Row: Coach Harland, Coach Duffy, M. Schmidt, R. White, R. Cinnamon, R. Dorman, K. Dutton, F. Price, T. Mc
Millen, B. Bent, C. Kamerer-Manager. Middle Row: B. Dennison, C. Blank, P. Wilkinson, R. Finney, R. Thorne, J.
Addis, G. Behnke, D. Webster, R. Chamberlain, G. Montooth. Bottom Row: K. Jackson, B. Layman, D. Taylor, K.
Knowles, D. Blank, R. Fritz, G. Anderson, J . Cinnamon, D. Truelove, C. Dennison, D. Miller.
The Toulon track season was very successful as they took
first in the Stark County and ICAC meets. They placed sec-
ond in the Blackhawk meet and first in the Frosh-Soph ver-
sion of this same meet. Much success was due largely to
leading point-getters Ken Dutton and Jim Cinnamon.
Through the season Dutton and Cinnamon set several re-
cords in the high jump and 180 yd. lows respectively. In
the Honor Roll track meet, a special meet consisting only
of the area's top contestants, Dutton won the highjump,
and Cinnamon's 20.5 clocking in the lows was second only -
to an outstanding effort from Galva's Tarleton. ln this
meet Rob Finney obtained a second in the longjump also.
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District Speech Contest in Pekin, Illinois. The
members of the Pyramis and Thysbe cast fcenter of
maskj are Paul Wilkinson, Bill Ebert, Gary Behnke,
Linda Loomis, Dick Clark, Gary Anderson, and
Margy Henneberry. Mrs. Webb and Mrs. Fuhr are
advisors. The seniors pictured individually and the
following juniors, for whom there were no pictures
available, also attended: JoAnn Slygh, Mary Pitzer,
and Mike Pyell.
End of year
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