Tremont High School - Echo Yearbook (Tremont, IL)

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--.---.w......... PRESENTING THE 1957 "ECHO" FA CULPY XN Aommblgig 'X TABLE or SHNIORS CONTENTS fi 44 c,IV K1 SIOP1 5 08 IHIQ BOOK I I I ONCS IO f fu C A S DXNIIIOF O fc U70 S 7 Q! 7 MM' 1 PSY 0' 3 1,9 ' X414 N'-M, M2958 A O F ' L I pr-, JIT? S 35A H 6571 2- 3 fn 5 41 -x TXT I Q -R, fixfp 'fl Yi 47 f1,, fy- ' D w-. ,. . , NJ ,. We the members of the Echo staff of 1357 dedrcate Ih1S aarbook to Gene Robert Becker Gene was taken from tins lxfe Gene was acuve rn all school 5 wlnle hunung November 18 1956 ll annvmes and was loved by a 2 : r ,saga l s. ,f.g1f'f. L- . -J . ,. -5, 1 . . l ' I v A - I , . BOARD OF EDUCATION SEATED: Claude Bryant, George Hundt, Mildred Bliss, Jesse Koch, Ben Miller. STANDING: V. G. Jewell, Albert Strunk, Robert Sparrow. To these School Board members of our community who have served our school by giving of their time and talents, thereby making our school days happier, we express our gratitude and thanks. 4 . as1 suun1-:nn-u-n--1-1 1111 -l . -,fbi ,. gg,-'f m-su lu., T 4' "4 ffzffgiwg , aw . 'V fs 'Ei' I f ' ' EGBSY5' -L, r '43 bfqli' OUR ADMINISTRATOR o i , , i , Q V f:'i.'!: 3f2g,wL 1 , vv,,A?-,. ,f sg?"-E ' 5 L '- ' fifflf iaf54'?'i'1f ' . " ,'.,. i, s f .A -f - v ','ZYQ1,2j Miz. v. G. Jiiwuir, M. A. Wabasn College, University of Cnicago University of Illinois Superinrendent ofTreii1onr Sciiools Principal of Tremont High School Advisersnipg mrndenr Council, Junior and Senior Class Plays 5 AND HIS NUMEROUS FUNCTIONS rr? W Source of Informatron Schedullng Puprl Gu1dar1ce QUDCYVISIOH of Instrucrron Burldmg the Budget Advrser to StudemCour1c11 K' Hot Lumh Program 6 Drctauon to Delores X. W MRB DONNA BAECHLER lDllySlL8l Edueatxon and Soclal Problems Advxsershlp Cheerleaders G A A Pep Club B Q d Bradley UIHVCFSIIY MR CARL BIRD HISIOIY Football and Basketball Coach Ph B llllllOlS Wesleyan Umversxty MR SIMON BIRKY hlbhrh Grade B 5 cl Illmoxs State Ixormal LDINBFSIIY WHAT IS A TEACHER? 7 5 r--A ,... MRS LOIS BLAZER Enghsh 1 and 2 Adxrsershrp Sophomore Class A B Western Illrnors State Teachers College Knox College ! L L4 T144 5 ENG Llig 1TEfea12,, MRS HENRIETTA DAVIS Englrsh 3 and 4 Larrn 1 and 2 S d Illrnors Slate Normal Unrversrty X ,f l MISS ALMA GETZ Seventh Grade lx Ed lllrnors State Ixormal Unrversrty Bradley Unrxersrry Unrversuy ol Illrnors A lhACl ER IN A SCLLPIOR WHO HOLDS YOUR CHILD S MIIND 8 l s ov vs N- I l C .J 5 V K . Z ' Adviserslripg Senior Class ' B.l.E.- 1' "' -N N X X f fl. . - A ' Q ' ' ' 5 ts. I , . MR. BEN GETZ -- Science Depamnuni Advisership: Photography Club M. A. - Illinois Wesleyan University Slate University of Iowa MRS DORIS Kl:LLY Home Economics visersnip P ll A Junior Fl SS S Ed Illinois brare Norn al University Merril Palmer Sci ool IJ iixersity ot Illinois llllllili A x sersnip Le rcrn1cnQ C A O L L L lL L o orado ra C, llc L 0 C J ACHLR I C I I. x L, Xl 9 Wi , l Ad' ":'..., 'laid I B. . . - ' ' 4' -I Y' .' r V 2 - V' a V MR, LEONARD l4ISl:l,LlJS -- Physicallidilvatioiz, lzzduerrial Arts, Coagli d '1 I : 'I ' ' '.. lub M. .-Illin is vat ' Fl urnza 'nix Qrsirg C l S re 'o fli aril 1.. A TE 7 F AFL ARCHIIEI1' WWC B'L'lQlffllIfi'I' YOUR Cl Il.D'w ILLZ2. MISS LYDIA KOCH Commerual Subjects Advrserslup Lrbrarrans B S Ed 111111015 ware Normal Uurversuy 'mp MR HAROLD LEE Seventh and Erghrh Grades Illrnors State Normal Umverslty 15 X-L MR RICHARD MOORHOUSE Band Drreclor B M E Bradley Unlverslty A TEACHER IS A PIONEER WHO EXPLORES YOUR CHILD'S CHARACTER. 10 5 -W-em, 25 53? 0 v 07 ffl A9 jf X MR DON NORWOOD Matlrematrcs Advxsershrp Eclro Junror Class B S Mathemaucs Pllysrcs Illrnors Vwesleyan Unrversrty Graduate Work Illlnors State Normal Unrversrty If ,4- NlIbS JEAN OLSON Vocal Instructor Advrserslup Ensembles B M E Illlnors Wesleyan Unrversrty Major Vorcc Y S MR SAM WEGMAN Agrreulrure Advlserslup F E A B S Burlrngjton Iowa Iunxor College Illlnors State Normal Lnwersrry Lnrxersuy of Illrnors A TEACHER Ii A DIPLOMAT WHO NLGOTIATEQ WITH THE lLTURE I 'L ,MC Q . U 5 glftltf A 6 T Q sl 1?q , V. A, Q -, Lyn' M 12 I - 4? X! 51, O I OUR FRIENDS Mrs. Dolores Woemgr Secretary to MR. IEWELL MR. HILD Mrs, Davis, Mrs. Weeks, Mrs. Riggerrbach, Mrs. Sruber, Mrs. Holverson. Mr. Welty, Mr. Neville, Mr, Rapp, Mr. Unslcker, Mr. Wirreburncr, Mr. Norwood, Mr, Hild, 12 MRS, WELTY ,gi CLASS OFFICERS Bonnle Berchrold Seererary Judy Ann Sauder Treasurer Norma Schurrer Vue Presrdem Terry Gardner Presrdent 14 I 1 r o I n BONNIE BERCHTOLD Busy Brave Brunette ,Tumor Class V1ce Pres1dent Semor Class Secretary G G A 1 2 3 4 Presldent-1 G1rls Club 1 2 3 Lat ID Club l 2 Pep Club 1 2 3 Grrls Chorus 2 3 Cheerleader 1 Jumor Class Play 3 DON CONNELL Cool Calm Collected CHARLES BIRKMEIER 1 Bol Burly A 2 3 4 T Club3 4 F ba 2 3 Wrestl1ng4 Jun1orClass Play MARVIN I-RANJK Fl1rt Prrendly Fme C u Clu brarran 3 PbotographyClub3 Foot Vlce Pres1dent4 Cross Country ball 1 3 4 Wrestlmg4 1unxorClass 2 3 Iootball 4 Wrestlmg 2 3 Play 3 Track 2 3 4 JUHIOI Class Play .. .. .. .. .. .. ,,B.g,, ,, du ,, ,, U I ' h S , F.F. . , , Q" " , 3 00t- 2 Q . . . . . . . ll 1, , , ' , ' F.F.A. 2,3,4g "T" lb 3,4, Li- F.F.A. 2,3,44 "T" b 2,3,4, ' : ' 2 ' " ' ' : 1. . . : ' : ' , : 3 s ' , .4: . , , 3 ' ' 3. I5 TERRY GARDNER llGeI1ia1Ii llGent1e!! ltGOodlO Senior Class Presidentg Echo Staff 4g Band 3g Basket- ball 3g Football 3,-1. JUDY I'IAlx1PTON "Happy" "Handy" Ullarmless' F. H. A, 2,3,4, G, A, A, l,2,3,'lg Girls' Club l,2,3g Pep Club lg Mixed Chorus 253, VIRGINIA FRANK "Fun" "Faithful" "Farsighted" F. H, A, 2,39 G, A, A, 3,4g Girls' Club l,2,3g Echo Staff 45 Hi-Crier 3,4g Latin Club l,2g Librarian 4g Photography Club 2,3g Pep Club 3,49 Girls' Chorus l,3g Mixed Chorus 2g Junior Class Play 3, BETTY GEARY "Gay" "Generous" "Good Natured" F, H, A, 2g Girls' Club l,2,3g Latin Club lg Photo- graphy Club 3g Girls' Chorus 2. 16 MARY ANN HILLMAN "Helpful" "Honorable" "Hume:-ous" F. H. A. 2, Girls' Club 1,2,53, Echo Staff l,2,13,4, Editor 4, Hi-Crier l,'2,4, Latin Club l,2,3, Librarian 3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,4g Girls'Chorus2,4,Mixed Chorus l, Accompanist 2,4, EVA LYNN HINMAN "Hardy" "Heroic" "Hasty" Freshmen Class Secretary, F. H, A, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2,3, Girls' Club l,2,3, Echo Staff l,2,3,4, Hi-Crier 3,4, Editor 4, Librarian 1, Photography Club 2, Pep Club l,2,3,4, Girls' Chorus 3, Cheerleader l, Junior Class Play 3. SANDY HOFFMAN --High Spirited" -'High Pitched" -'High Minded" F, H, A, 2, G, A. A, 1,2,3,4, Girls' Club l,2,3, Echo Staff l,2,3,4, Hi-Crier 2,3,4, Latin Club 1, Librarian 3, Photography Club 2, Pep Club l,2,3,4, President 4, Girls' Chorus 2,3, Mixed Chorus 1, Junior Class Play 3. CAROL HUNDT "High" "Honest" "Homemaker" Freshmen Class Vice-President, Student Council 2,3, 4, Secretary 4, F, H. A, 2,3,-1, President3, Treasurer 2,4, G, A, A, 2, Girls' Club l,2,3, President 23, Hi- Crier 4, Pep Club l,3, Girls' Chorus 2,3, Mixed Chorus l,4, Ensemble l,2,3,4, Band l,2,3, Junior Class Play 3, Homecoming Queen 4, 17 SHIRLEY HUNDT "1-Ialyc0n" "Husky" "Humane" F, H, A. '2,3,4g G, A, A, 2,33 Girls' Club l,2,f3g Hi- Crier 4g Pep Club l,2,3,4g Girls' Chorus 2,35 Mixed Chorus lg Band 1,2,8, JIM HUTCHISON ssl-Iardlv nl-lazy!! l4HarShDv Sophomore Class Treasurerg "T" Club '2,3,4g Pep Club 13 Baseball 25 Football 1,2,3,4g Wrestling 1,2g NX Track 1,25 Junior Class Play 3, KAREN LENOX "LoVab1e" "Little" "Lively" F. H, A, 2g G, A, A, 1,2,3,4gGi1'lS' Club 1,2,3, Echo Staff 1,2,4g Hi-Crier 2,3,4, Assistant Editor 4: Li- brarian 3, Photography Club 29 Pep Club l,2,3,-lg Junior Class Play 3g Valentine Ball Queen 4, 'fn DICK LANGJAHR "Lonesome" "Literary" "Lovesick" "T" Club 2,3,4g Hi-Crier 3g Latin Club 2,3g Photo- graphy Club 2,35 Pep Club lg Football 1,2,3,4g Basket- ball Manager 2,3, has 'Ka 5- "Lucky" "Loud" "Laug,hable" F, F, A, 3.4. ' 'Mischieviousn "Meek" "Might1y" "T" Club l,2,3,4g Echo Staff 2,3,4g Hi-Crier 2,33 Latin Club lg Mixed Chorus lg Cross Country l,2g Basketball l,2,3,4g Football 3,43 Junior Class Play 33 Track 1,2,3,4. LYLE MEYER ' 'Mi1d" "Mellow" "Mathematical" Student Council 2,3,4, President 3,4, Vice-President '25 F, F, A, 4g "T" Club 2,3,4g Echo Staff 45 Pep Club lg Mixed Chorus lg Band l,2,3g Football 2,3gJ'Lu1ior Class Play 3g Track 2g S, A. R, 4. .,.- -aa U I. JUDY NIOORE Music 11 Mannered Marx elous ' 3,4 Cirls Club 10 Q Echo Qra Hi Crier l 4 Librctrmn 'P Photofvranhx Club 7 Pep Clubl ' -G' 1- Chorus l. - Mixed Choris 2 -- Band 1 2 :Z 4- Ensemble -1- Junior Class P11y 3, NANCY NOARD 1tNiCeii sANeat19 l4Natty!! JACK NAFFZIGER ' 'Nimble" "Neighbo rly" "Noble" "T" Club 4, Photography Club 25 Baseball l,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Football l,2,3,4g Junior Class Play 3, Sophomore Class Secretaryg F. H, A, 2,3,-4g G, A, A. l,2,:3,4, Treasurer 3, Girls' Club l,2,3g Echo Staff 3,45 Business Manager 4, Hi-Crier 2,3,4g Latin Club 1,25 Pep Club l,2,3,4g Girls' Chorus 2,3,4, Mixed Chorus lg Ensemble l,2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Ensemble 1,2,3,4g Cheerleader l,2,3g Junior Class Play 3. ILENE PFLEDERER "Peaceful" "Practical" "Petite'?"" F, H, A, 2,3,4, President 4, Treasurer 3g G, A, A, '5- cfuaor powizns "Pleasing" "Polite" "Patient" Junior Class Secretaryg Girls' Club l,2,3g Echo Staff l,2,3,4g Latin Club lg Librarian 3,43 Mixed Chorus lg W, Band l,2,3,4, 2,3,4g Girls' Club 1,2,3g Echo Staff 4g Hi-Crier 4g Latin Club l,2, Vice-President 2g Pep Club 35 Girls Chorus 2,3g Mixed Chorus 1,4g Ensemble l,2,3,4g Band 1,2,3,4g Ensemble 2,4g Junior Class Play 3. 1 if ' . . t-: , 9 "Reasonable" "Relaxed" "Respectful" "T" Club 3,43 Echo Staff4g Librarian 4g Photography Club 3,43 Baseball 3,4g Basketball l,3,4g Football l,3,4, "Rebe1lious" "Realistic" "Reckless" "T" Club 3,43 Cross Country l,2g Baseba1l4g Basket- ball l,2,4g Football '2,3,4g Wrestling l,2,3,4g Track l,2,3,4, ,fa Y , . I 1 Q T I LARRY RIGGENBACH "Ready" "Robust" "Restful" "T" Club l,2,3,4g Echo Staff 45 Photography Club 3 Baseball l,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,4 Homecoming King 4. WAYNE ROPP Reader Regardful Reasoner F, F, A, 2,3,4, vice-President 3g --T" Club 3,4 Cross Country 2,3g Wrestling 2,3,4g Track 2,3. JUDY ANN SAUDER "Smart" "Serene" "Scrupulous" Senior Class Treasurer5 F, H, A, 2,3,4, Secretary 35 Girls' Club l,2,35 Echo Staff 253,45 Iii-Crier 2,35 Latin Club 1,25 Photography Club 25 Pep Club 1,25 Girls' Chorus 2,35 Mixed Chorus 1,45 Ensemble l,2, 3,4, Accompanist 1,2,3,45 Band 15 Betty Crocker JERRY SAUDER Sweet" "Short" "Sunny' Student Council 45 F. F, A, 2,3,45 "T" Club2 34 President 45 Mixed Chorus lg Band 1,25 Football? 3,45 Junior Class Play 3, Homemaker Award 4, NORIGA SCHLTRTER "Sensible" "Secretive" "S61fASS6l'IlV6,' Sophomore Class PreSident5 Senior Class Vice-Pres- ident5 Student Council 3, Vice-President 35 G, A, A 2,3,45 F. H, A, 25 Girls' Club l,2,35 Librarian 3,4 Pep Club 1,25 Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 1 Ensemble 1,25 Band l,2,35 Junior Class Play 3. 22 JUDY KAY SAUDER ' 'Si11y" ' 'Si1ent" ' 'SeCure" Junior Class Treasurer5 F, I-I, A, 2,3,4, Vice-Pres- idellt 45 G, A, A, 1,25 Gil'1S' Club 12,35 Echo Staff 35 Latin Club 1,25 Librarian 35 Pep Club 1,25 Girls' Chorus 2,35 Mixed Chorus 1,45 Ensemble 1,3,45 Band 1,2,35 Ensemble 25 Junior Class Play 35 Prom Queen 3. NOLA SLACK "Stunning" "Safe" "Self-possessed" Student Council lg Girls' Club 1,235 Latin Club l,2, Secretary lg Pep Club l,2,3, President 3g Girls' Chorus l,2,3g Mixed Chorus lg Ensemble lg Junior Class Play 3, DAN STONE "Self-Satisfied" "Sedulous" "Self-Evident" "T" Club 43 Cross Country 4g Football l,2gWreSt1ing 4. PAUL STUBER "Select" "Sapient" "Scientific" Junior Class Presidentg Sophomore Class Vice-Pres- identg Student Council lg "T" Club 2,3,4g Baseball 1, 2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Junior Class Play 3g Prom King 3. AM . 'iff' Q JEANNETTE WAGENBACH -- Wonderful' ' "Willing" -'wide' G. A. A. l,2,3,4, Secretary 3: Girls' Club l,2,3g Echo Staff 3,4g Hi-Crier l,2,4g Librarian 1,2,3,4g Pep Club 3,4g Girls' Chorus 2,3,4g Mixed Chorus lg Ensemble l,2. Ve. Lua jen e QLA55 3 " 'I VtLL Qu 19 4, tk CLASS WILL we, the members of theSen1or Class of 1957 of Tremont Commuruty H1gh School belng of sound and tntelhgent mxnds do hereby bequeath our numerous talents characterxsncs, and habxts of our last w1ll and testaments to the followmg classes and students As a class we w1ll the follow1ng the J un1ors we w1ll the ab1hty to make money for a good Semor tr1p the Sophomores we w1ll the ab1l1ty to g1ve a good prom. the Freshmen we w1ll the ab1l1ty to respect Senlors Mr Jewell we w1ll a student body that does not forget to buy the1r lunch tlckets To Delores we w1ll students who w1ll clean up the supply room. To Mrs Baechlor we w1ll a new world almanac To Mr Bxrd we w1ll a brand new 1958 Cadlllac teachers To Mrs Blazer we w1ll a class that enjoys wr1t1ng, To Mrs Davts we w1ll an Engllsh IV class that does not try to hold class meeungs durmg the Enghsh I L L L L L L L L L per1od Mr Getz we w1ll an atomlc bomb do ll yourself k1L Mrs Kelly we w1ll a trafftc s1gnal for the halls Mr Klsellus we w1ll etght free penods next year Mtss Koch we w1ll a bookkeepmg class as smart as th1s year s Mr Moorhouse we w1ll a car smaller than the one he has Mr Norwood we wtll a new bus w1th a heater M1ss Olson we w1ll students who w1ll cut off at the r1ght tlme. Mr Wegman we w1ll a nolsy study hall Mrs Welty we w1ll students who w1ll keep the school clean Elmer we w1ll students who w1ll not walk on the gym floor F ran we w1ll students who w1ll not complatn about the food As 1nd1v1dua1s we wzll the followmg Bonrue Berchtold, w1ll my athleuc ab1l1ty to Bonn1e Hoffman Charles B1rkme1er w1ll my ablhty to run to Rlchard Stemer Donald Connell, w1ll my ab1hty to be on txme to Nell. Marvtn Frank, w1ll my wtlllngness to serve my country to Floyd Hazelman Vxrgnua Frank, w1ll my ab1l1ty to lose we1ght to L1nda Morr1son Terry Gardner will my presxdennal dut1es to R1chard Watson Betty Geary w1ll my cunnmg ways to Mane Yoder Judy Hampton w1ll my ab1l.1ty to pop corn to Kathy Beutel. Mary Ann Htllman w1ll the dUIlBS as edxtor of the ECHO to Rosemary Schurter and Phll Baer Eva Lynn H1nman w1ll my ab1l1ty to get a H1 Crter out to Penny Zxmmerman, Sandy Hoffman w1ll my abiltty to change boy frlends to Ellen Howard Carol Htmdt w1ll my wtlhngness to work to Etleen Rxggenbach. Shirley Hundt w1ll my qulet ways to Beth Schurter J tm Hutchlson w1ll my abthty to play basketball to Bryan Freeman. Dlck Langjahr w1ll my knowledge of world affalrs to Mrs Baechlor Karen Lenox will to the whole htgh school my brothers for the next four years Delmar Lohnes w1ll my abthty not to do 3SS1QlIl'l8l'lIS to Rosemary Huette. Lyle Meyer w1ll my ablhty to get tlungs done to B111 Renner Bob Mtller wxll my ab1l1ty to make twenty seven pomts 1n a game to Plul Baer Judy Moore, w1ll my abxhty to play each percussxon lnstrument to J oy Mlller Jack Naffzxger w1ll my all conference spot to Jack Hutcluson. Nancy Noard w1ll my typmg abtlity to B111 Kmsey Ilene Pflederer, w1ll my gxggle to Mr Ktsellus Carol Powers w1ll my neatness to Sharon Renner Don Rapp w1ll my abtlity to play quarterback to Dtck Callahan Larry Rlggenbach w1ll my btg feet to I..ou1e Hermann. Charles Rtsmger w1ll my abxhty to run to Kenny Backmeyer Wayne Ropp, w1ll my abxhty to wrestle to Dwxght Tanner Jerry Sauder, w1ll my ablltty to get 1nto trouble to Lynn Becker Judy Ann Sauder, w1ll my abthty to make neat entrles tn my bookkeepmg book to Duane Howard. Judy Kay Sauder w1ll my famous laugh to Mr Wegman Norma Schurter w1ll my curly ha1r to Helen Rtsmger Nola Slack, w1ll my arthr1t1s to someone who l1kes to stay home Dan Stone w1ll my quxet ways to Rlchard Stemer Paul Stuoer w1ll my stubborn ways to Dean H1ld Jeannette Wagenbach w1ll my ab1l1ty to get by w1thout studymg to Bryan Freeman he :XM z" To . . .. - -- M a To . .. . To . ,. . . Q To , ' ' To . . . -.- . To . ' ' ' ' . To . . . . . l To . . . . ,- To . ' . To . ' ' . To .... . To . ' ' . To . ' ' . To ' ' . To . . . . L . .. . . L . . .. . L , . . . . . L , . . . I L . ' . . . H ,, . L . , . .. .Q . . L ' . . . 0 L ' . .. . . L . ' ' . L . . I . . t . L . ' - L 1 . .. , L , . .. . . u L . i . .. . . . l L , . . . . . . L ' ' . ' . L . ' . L I . . . ' L V . . . . . L .. U . .. . L , .. . . L ' . . .. . L . .. . . L ' , , . , D X CLASS HISTOR f 4" In the fall of 1903 forty four green freshmen entered the busy hfe of lugh school To help us tn our class bus1ness we chose: Ronald Htld Prestdent Carol Hundt Vtce Prestdent Eva Lynn Htnman Secretary and Jeannette Wagenbach Reporter Mrs Mustakas served as our adytser S1nce we were allowed two members of Student Counctl we chose Paul Stuber and Nola Slack. Of course we were proud of our freshmen cheerleaders Eva Lynn Hmman Bonnte Berchtold and Nancy Noard Many of our boys Jotned athlettc organtzanons namely football and basketball. Our sophomore year was very excmng as the high school moved mto a new bualdtng and of course tt took a few days to adjust ourselves to our new surroundtngs That year our offtcer ltneup was Norma Schurter Prestdent Paul Stuber V1ce Prestdent Nancy board Secretary J1m Hutchtson Treasurer and Sande Washer Reporter Student Counctl members were Carol Hundt and Lyle Myer Our advtser was Mtss Schnetder At tlus ttme we numbered forty three as we gatned Marsha Brooks but lost B111 Brewer and Beverly Ide The hlghltght of our sopho more year was the fact that after much to1l and sweat oar float won ftrst place tn the Home commg Parade The Junlor year was a b1g one Smce we were now ehgtble to make money for our future trtp we were pretty busy trytng to beat the Semors to the punch! We held a Sock Hop a Thanks mvmv Dance several car washes and of course had our class play Be Happy? Co Wack ' whtch was as much fun as work Our offtcers for tlus year were Paul Stuber Presxdent Bonnte Berchtold Vtce Prestdent Carol Powers Secretary and Judy Kay Sauder Treasurer Now that we were constdered upperclassmen we were able to choose three Student Counc1l representattves Lyle Meyer Carol Hundt and Norma Schurter We also rated two adv1sers Mrs DHVIS and Mtss Frampton And lf seemed as we grey older our number decreased 1905 56 saw thtrty mne members of the Jumor class We gatned Terrx Gardner whlle we lost Robert Baer Ronald Cooper George Kenny Paul Noe and Marsha Brooks The hlghltght of th1s year was of course the Juntor Semor Prom wtth an or1ental theme Our sentor year saw only thu-ty s1x members as we lost Ronald Htld Robert Hundt and Sande Washer Our offtcers were Terry Gardner Prestdent Norma Schurter Vtce Prestdent Bonnte Berchtold Secretary and Judy ann Sauder Treasurer Student Counc1l Representatlves were Jerry Sauder Marvm Frank and our two old stand bys Lyle Meyer and Carol Hundt The sentor class advtser was Mrs Dav1s As Semors we had many acttvtttes to earn money an after game dance a Chtllt Supper a Ham and Bean Supper a St Patrtclt s Day Dance and many Saturday bake sales all for our long awatted tr1p The Homeconung celebranons were spectal as Kmtg and Queen were chosen from our classmates The luck two were Larry Rlggenbach and Carol Hundt Then events moved so fastthat we hardlx realtzed ll The Jumor Sentor Prom when we came as guests our tr1p and then the btg chmax graduauon' Xnd so tn 1937 our paths separated as we prepared to set out tn the world on our own 25 XXX XX X Y f f, ' - u 1: ' - ' ' ' . ' : ' , ' - ' Q . . H . , . ' . . . . . . 5 I ' . . . g . . ' : . ' - ' : I . : ' ' , 9 . . " I I ' I h - . , . . ' - l I 5 1 L 1 .1 U , - 7 Y'-rn . ' , . J I I . I . . ' - ' s . J: . , . , . ' . Z , , . : . ' ' . V , -1 . - . I 1 V - I . . 1 1 n - . I . - . . I I . 1 . , Q . - 2 ' . Q 1 M . . ' ' 7 Y - V 1 n . . . I 1 . v, I ' - O I I I I 1 - . 1 . . . , . Y . . M . . I . ,. A cLAss PROPHECY C Q On May 27 1967 I BOHIIIE Berchtold Htld was busy makmg supper for my guests A reun1on of classmates was to be held at my home Mr and Mrs Lyle Meyer and Mr and Mrs Terry Gardner were help1ng to prepare Mrs Gardner former Nola Slack marrled Terry Gardner after graduat1on and now l1ves 1n Kentucky where he IS a Moonshlner Mr Meyer former Nancy Noard hves tn Tremont where her husband Lyle Meyer has a large apple orchard Soon the guests began to arrtve and settle 1n the hvtng room. As we looked around the room we realxzed there was a celebrlty among us the pres1dent of the largest Lonellest Lonely Hearts Club IH the world former Ilene Pflederer She states that she IS wtth her thtrd husband but 1S st1ll looklng for me perfect man Then Judy Moore announced that she lS none other than the famous eccentrtc patnter who hves LI! France m an old castle Also us1ng her art1st1c abxhty IS Jeannette Wagenbach destgner of my new modern home She showed some of the g1r1s around my home Jack Naffz1ger told us he has an atrplane outstandmg among all Jet Propelled Atrcraft He tells us he has just returned from the moon ,Tack frequestly runs 1nto Norma Schurter a U N mterpreter 1n New York and Dlck Langgahr now an Ambassador to Germany J udy Kay Sauder Mart1n speaks 1l'l between glggles and 1nv1tes everyone tn the class to the Grand Openxng of thetr Outer Space Furmture Store Whtle others are be1ng served Bob M1ller the world s dr1est comed1an attempts to crack h1s latest jokes and hopes for a laugh from lus loyal budd1es Then fron1 the bedroom came an exh1b1tofe1ephant s tusks tn the hands of Charles Rlsmger and fus accompamst Don Rapp Also talkmg of h1s trappmg ab1ht1es was Dan Stone. Don Connell looklng fattgued tells us he has been catchlng ChlCkeIlS every mght for the last week and spent last mght chas1ng one ch.1cken around the house Larry Rtggenbach now a capta1n of the great team Flub Dubs recently returned from the O1ymp1cs has broken fus leg and has an autograph of our famous nurses V1rg1n1a Frank and Carol Hundt on hts cast Out of a great aroma of smoke from the basement we see J 1m Hutchtson now the best p1pe tester of the Crooked Stralght Plpe Manufacturtng Company H13 coughlng d1sabled bodted asststant 1S Delmar Lohnes Tell1ng hts elaborate story of h1s b1g f1fteen acre farm was none other than Charles B1rkme1er He also tells us that Wayne Ropp 15 dotng a marvelous Job as lus lured man S1tt1ng tn a comer we see Mary Ann Htllman now the head of the Enghsh Department of a large school tn New York Ctty Surrotmdtng her are the ch1ldren of Mrs Bob Htcks former Eva Lynn Htnman and Mrs Lee Smlth former Karen Lenox Paul Stuber a U S senator reports he has been f1l.1buster1ng for three days H1 order to stop the Hundt B111 sponsored by Democrat Shtrley Hundt whtch prov1ded that all carpenters must Jom the un1on and must wear Bermuda shorts Not wtth us today are Carol Powers and Judy Ann Sauder who are servtng lil Square Bolany Green Cheese Mars as m1ss1onar1es Judy Hampton has found Thee slow boat to Cluna to see what her POSSlb11lUCS are 1n try1ng to sell t1ckets to a Hotsy Totsy Ch1ll1 Supper Also unable to beherets the former Betty Geary She IS try1ng for her th1rd d1vorce so she can marry her new Sl1m JIITL Now that everyone IS here supper ts served! M7311 a rrunute! A blue Plymouth just skldded around the corner to a maddetung halt and out Jumps Mrs Sandy Hoffman Gr1gsby She trtes to explaln why she IS late but we all know she has a quarrel every now and then so she ts excused Now let s eat 26 X J t 4 I Elmer--Jerry Sauder--and Chris--Marvin Frank--are owners of the Lazy Man's Farm Corporation, ,1 1 k I :W 4 v Q ww My A H"-'-I f"'f"iA! 1 I "THE EAGER - - MISS BEAVER" E HONORS AND AWARDS LYLE MEYER Valedxctorxan S A R Award Bausch Lomb Scrence Award PA UL STUBER Salutarorran who-0 MARY ANN HILLMAN CAROL HUNDT NANCY NOARD Ach1evementAward D A R Award Achrevement Award Acluevemem Award JUDY ANN SAUDER Betty Crocker Homemaker Award 29 MARVIN FRANK De Kalb Agnculrure Achrevement Award State Farmer Tremom's Frrst r.,,f"5dV ,lg , W E I 'l su X I 4 A NAME Bonnie Berchtold Charles B1rkn1e1er Don Connell fNl3I'V1ll Frank V1rg1111a Frank Terry Gardner Betty Geary Judy Hampton Mary inn Hillman Eva Lynn ll1nn1an Sandy Hoffman carol Hundt Sh1rley Hundt Jllll Hutchison Dick Langjahr Karen Lenox Del111ar Lohnes Lyle Meyer Judy Moore Jack Ixaffz1ger Nancy Noard Ile11e Pflederer Larol Powers Don Rapp Larry Riggenbach Charles Rrsinger Wayne Ropp Jerry Sauder Judy Ann Sauder Judy Kay Sauder lxorrna Schurter Yola Slack Dan Stone Paul Stuber Jeannette Wagenbach NICKNAME Bunus Chuck Doe Chris I-rank1e Snuff Betty Lou ll Marianne VY Hoffie Carol Kay Shirl Alley Ham Ler11e Delmar Arab u Nass Nlanc Ilenie Wenie Carol Ann Snap Rrek Mody Cue Ball Elmer Doodle u Norm Coke Tsetse Wag PET PEEVE Junior Girls Non l armers Silly Girls Oscar Teachers Repubhcans Boys Talkatrve People Lazy People Sen1or Boys Boys who wor1 t flrrt People who gripe Certain Teachers Sparkplug pullers Latin Girls who flirt with Lee Social Problems Un1o11 Leaders People who are untidy Certain teachers Some people People WllO hid gym clothes Messy People MAC BETH Being teased by Tsetse School Bookkeeping Boys wl1o flirt Wllll Marijane Some teachers Sober people Some teachers Junior Girls Studies G1r1S'2'79'?'2'?'2 Certain Study hall teachers ADMITS Skipping school VVlIll llildy Not studymg BClIlg tardy Being a two t1111er Pulling sparkplugs L1k1ng life 1n Kentucky Typing day ar1d night Everything Hiding Ulldef the bleachers Wllll Nancy Just about everythmg Stepping out Conspiracy at the prom f1956J rhrowing purnpkins Pulling sparkplug wires on g1rls ears He knows quite a b11 about world affairs She s 1n love Loafing on the Job Fainting during a11 exam school Bouncing a volleyball off Mrs Hinman s nose Making funny remarks lll first hour Taking off with Lyle s ear Throwing pumpkins L1k1ng to go to St Lo111s A few things Breaking rules'?'7'7'7'7'7 Skipping football practice ka1nt1ng in the l1all Misplacing l-or Sale signs Not be1ng able to see without her glasses She s pretty funny Washing d1SllES ea11 be Ilflllg Her ring in bookkeeping class was a phony Some things He IS fickle Not handing in assignments A, . . 1 J d ' ' ' . - . E . I , . Bob Miller Crunch Teachers Bringing his cow to I d . . , . . . A A , I. , I , 1 B . , 1 1 ' J d I ' 1 . 1 QD ' ' ' A 1 ' 1 f ' De ' 1 ' . 30 REGRETS Not dorng ll more often Not studymg Not a thmg Berng a two trmer Gcttrng caught INIOV1flg to Ill1no1s 'vor dorng II sooner Some tlnngs A few thmgs You d be surprrsed Gomg rn the wrong door Be1ng so partrcular Throw1ng pumpk1ns"?"7 Throwmg orange peelmgs Bypassrng gxrls Berng only seventeen Not meetlng Peggy sooner presrdent Loaflng on defense Takmg Physrcs I wouldn t know GO1Ilg 1n the wrong door H1d1ng people s gym clothes Not havmg a drrver s lrcense Takmg Englrsh IV Attractron to Jumor Grrls Nothrng Takmg Bookkeeprng Skrpplng school Not knowrng I cannot say therefore I decltne to answer for fear I mrght rnvolve mx self 1n frurtless drscussron whrch w1ll avarl me nothmg Standmg up grrls Ixot a thmg HOPES TO B Housewrfe Farmer Farmer I armer Nurse Engrneer Secretary Nurse Engl 1sh teacher Housewrfe Secretary Nurse Secretary Laborer Caterpxllar employee Housewrfe Laborer Pro basketball player Comptometer operator Accountant Secretary Keystone employee College student Laborer Coach Laborer Farmer l-armer Housewr fe Secretary Secretary Caterprllar em ployee Com Products employee Engmeer Secretary PROBABLY WILL B Mrs H1ld Laborer Stock car drrver Playboy Housewrfe Polrtrcran Professronal typrst Seamstress Professronal yearbook edrtor Mother of 12 krds Model Intern s wrfe Professronal square dancer Busrness executrve Ambassador to Germany Lee s wrfe Truck drlver Sewer Cleaner Travelrng drctlonary F B I a nt Old Mard farmer Pro Alto solo1st Home economrst College quarterback Pro athlete Fur Trapper Accountant World s tallest male Lrherace s assrstant p1anxst MISS Grggle Box of U Second Ma Kettle Housewrfe Drtch drgger Travelmg salesman Mom of 20 krds 31 DESCRIPTIVE SONG Love Is The Sweetest Thrng Country Boy Oh Howl Hate to Get Up rn the Mornrng I Love The Ladres You Can Depend on Me He s Got A Lot on The Ball A Ouret G1rl Our Best to You Sweet and Gentle A Pretty G1rl Is Lrke A Melody No Sad Songs for Me Cheerful Lrttle Earful You ll Never Walk Alone There ll Be A Hot Trme 1n The Old Town Tonrght For He s A Jolly Good Fellow Oh Gee Oh Golly I m1n Love Carefree Don t l-ence Me In Best Years of Our L1ves IfI were A Bell I d Be Rm mg Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Someone Lrke You Cheers Everythrng Gloomy A You re Adorable The Happy Wanderer You re The Tops Davy Crockett The Qulet Man Hey Good Lookln Waltz of The Angels Everythrng IHave Is Yours G1rl of My Dreams Wrap Your Troubles 1n Dreams I Don tCare IfThe Sun Don tSh1ne IKnow A Dream When I See One A V1s1on of Lovelrness ' ' ' . E E Being StudentCouncil Farmer Union Leader I've Got A Gal ' . . . ge , ' r U I , g. ' ' ' . S. A. ' 7 CLASS OFFICERS av df' Sue Gerstner Secretary Gene Becker Treasurer Pere Fawer Vrce Presrdent Bryan Freeman Presrdenr Tins Page Sponsored Bx JONE5 BROS JEWELRY Pekrn I111no1s 51, E , ROW ONE: Phil Baer, Gene Becker, Bob Berch- ROW ONE: Neil Connell, Mahlon Frank, Bryan told, ROW TWO: Ronnie Bright, Judy Bliss, Freeman, ROW TWO: Roy Flynn, Pete Fawer, Kathy Beutel, Tim Beutel, Wayne Couterman, Paul Eggena. ROW ONE: Dean Hild, SueGreene, SueGerstner, ROW TWO: Louis Hermann, Duane Howard, Floyd Hazelman, il 2 Y :- KOXV ONE: Jeanne Maurer, Phyllis Lanijfihf. ROW ONE: Joe Steiner, John ihanklm, Phyllis Sheri Leinmer, Mary Moore. ROM' TNQ Bill White, ROW TNQ Rosemary Suhurter, Penng Kinsey, Dale Kresin, Sharon Renner. Limmerman, Suzanne Riggenbacgh, Mar, Rag Roosa, This page sponsored by GEO. L, GERSTNER 'Q SOX Tremont, Illinois 35 4 '? M, X 4 X I 'fig 1: vk K W E'?fg :f , 'E V s. Q K W "iff QV! my ' 1 , ' 3, gs 'F .A 0 , 5 1' I 1 F ' ' an nw A fi it Q5 il 1,1 3 iii Y 'REV 9 f 5 xi' Y SJ f, ffffzsf . H we-w 2,3-Q5 wf,,,Wf . w YA? fr AW F is K E gvnx Adil 1 ' SOPI-I0 ORE CLASS OFFICERS V 'Q ,, ,W Harold Risinger, Vice-Presidenrg Rose Mary Huette, Secretaryg Dick Muselnian Treasurerg Nancy lfawer, Reporterg Kenneth Hinman, President This page sponsored by THE LEN-VER FARM Trcliwnt, Illinois ROW ONE: Chris Adell, Ken Backmeyer, Lynn Becker, Annette Beutel, Dick Callahan. ROW TWO: Delma Clair, Sylvia Connell, David Dalbey, R. W. Davis, Kenny Dill. ROW ONE: Judy Eertmoed, NancyFawer, Caroll-lolver son, Ellen Howard, Rose Mary Huette. 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ROW TWO: Marijane POETIC INTERLUDE I HE HUINT Ek The hunter sIt1lkQ hrs game aware Ln nsclou nerther of worry nor care IowlQ ofthe ur ftsh of the sea Pike ree I he hunter Qtrrkes wlth fury 1nd speed The hunter rs a drfferent sort of man Of 1 drstrnet wepurate forward lookn Proud 'Ind bold he treads the land lVlLiIIlIIIdlS dread IHS fearsome band 'LII The hunter s Qport 12 a dingerous lot Pe I'l10llQ ntueh more often than not ry then do nlen revere II15 'III 9 ly ll does rt ed I e money or fan 'P But tee1dentQ even to hnnterx w1ll I or e As sure us dewdly is to my other one You never know for death strrkee 1tQ blow Qureker strll then Pans bow Bu why Oh Lord IIIUQI tl e l1lx be plne :ed It profrrs us not to trust In luck Ah well rt s all gone and past too lne to mve 'I he youngest the braveet dead tn the grave Rtehard Watson ClasQ of C0 A I he upon n x d My Ma ter I a d 5 U ma D I begin to tlnnk of the days thead I o fiee the world 'lbove I know not wnat I ll frnd there tr 1 1 But I am sure II wrll be love Then 3 pwcefumesq Se les our IL I feel so wonderful I Ieel so free' I ll walk about tts prennses Just looktng everywhere And see the glorxous Ih1IIgS That HI lrfe eannot eonrpire Then I know w hat has htppened to me Why I feel so wonderful and DO free The Golden Day has truly eotne' SO when UA Master Calls me I have been called by the lloly One I l1b1d thu, world farewell I ll go to jom the othere And the re wtth Hun I ll ever dwell Phy llm White Cliss of 58 Do not be wtrrad of the Colden Diy For you w1ll yertduilly ftnd the wax You step front darkness 1nto lrbht The heavy Curtain l1ftQ is you begln lx 'ren lllnntan A of I ht Page Sponbored By RH sER BROTHERS CIIICIILO Ill1no1Q x our fheht 3 , ,fp ' I g . el 2 'Ll . ' ' , Q3 ' , - '15, bla wt -, I r'A'l'e41ey 'hz 'Q ' kt' in I 1 'III' VC. I ' l', , e I fl' 'I . I MY MASTER, 1 AM READY TUE GOLDEN DAY , . I , S 'J' IHC , ,Q J ', A ' I' I I V I V ,Y Class 'GO if vs., 5? us wp- 'Z ,D lf? 3' 4, Ei' Q gg 4 , pp W 5. ROW OINE Mary Jane Aberle Fred Beutel ROW OIxE William Glueck G1or1aGreen Karen .Terr Bii-kv ROW TWO NormaCa1houn Wanda Hinman Bonnie Hoffman Jay Hoffman ROM Campbell Olivia Evans ROW THREE Sally T xO- Fred Horton Bruce Hundt .Tack Hundt Fawer Dennis Ferree, Robert Geary Jacqueline Lohnes ROW ONE Donna McGinnis Lind Morrison Donald Oswald ROW TWO- Carol Papenhause Gary Parks Eileen Riggenbach ROW THREE Janne Rinccnbach Nita Riley Helen Risinqer ROW ONE: Judy Rush, Sara Sanders, Arthur ROW ONE: Sharon Wagenbach, Ruth Joy Ummel, Sauder, Karen Schaefer. ROW TWO: Charles Sandra Taylor, William Stewart, ROW TWO: Schumer, Beth Schumer, Robert Schui-ter, Rich- Richard Watson, Glenda White, Dixie Williams, ard Steiner. Marie Yoder, Sxsan Limmerman, This page sponsored by SHARP BROTHERS, Tremont, Illinois 43 T CH S POETS SO YOU VE GOT IT TOO Is your heart beatrng faster than rt usually does'P Is your mrnd nothtng but a bunch of fuz7 Do you float at trmes tn the mrddle of space'P ls a warm red flush all over your face'P Do you stare at nothtng and utter a s1gh'P Does the roof of your mouth feel sucky and dry? Do you feel drzzy and often get hotv When you close your eyes to you see a brg spo Do you somettmes feel knocked down and dragged outq And then at trmes do you want to shout? These symptoms are yours? Don t be dehghted Nelther sIlOl,1Id you get exctted Thts dtsease you have comes often 1n llfe Along wtth the rest of the trouble and strrfe I happen to know that love tt IS not It s measles you ve got' Beth Schurter Class of SO DOORKNOBS Large ones small ones and mrddle stze too Rusty ones old ones shrny and new Gold ones stlver ones orange and blue Wrthout rn our doors how could we get Mary Jane Aberle Class of 60 through DEDICATION TO A MATH TEACHER To add and subtract IS our atm Though I really don t feel that me re to blan If we should flunk a dear ol test Thrs just means we have not expressed The answers the way that they look best' Ruth Joy Ummel Class of 60 ENGLISH CLASS We study hard rn Engllsh class My grades are fa1r I thlnk I ll pass We study many thmgs 1n here And We re far from frnrshed I fear We learn about the card catalogue And then we read about Flammonde and Fog We study about people from all over the globe And now I have to read a book called The Robe We dtagram sentences and underlrne nouns The teacher gets mad at some stlly clowns The soon cools off and we re back to the grtnd Cramrnlng adverbs and adjectrves rnto my mtnd It somettmes get tough but I do not care The assrgnments we get are only farr If tt weren't for Englrsh class what would we do, We wouldn't know our language and I cou1dn't talk to you Bryan Freeman Class of '58 Th1s Page Sponsored By TREMONT CO OP GRAIN COMPANY 44 Tren'ont, Illtnots O 1 ' ' v 1 4 ' V . . 9 I ,. 1 I A V . . 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ROW ONE Mrs Kelley Adv1ser ,T Eertmoed C Holverson L Hofmann J Bhss L Pflederer Sauder M Roosa C Hundt ROW TWO- J Plattner I Retdner R Wells J' Sauder I Hampton Mlchel D C1a1re P Langjahr J RlQ,g8Hb3Cl' S Sanders ROW FOUR. S Hermann S Xxagenbach NICGIIIHIS N Rllev C Papenhause E Rlggenbach S Taylor M Yoder I Shumake S Hundt G Greene. Thrs page sponsored b, SCHIPPER Sr BLOCK Pekm I1hno1s 1 . . ' s . . . , . . . ' . . J. , . , . . . . . . ' , . , . , . , R. Schurter, S, Greene, S, Riggenbach. ROW THREE: D. Williams, D, Watters, N. Fawer, S. Connell, L, ' . . ' . . ' , . Q -. . . ' . , . ' , D. F.F.A. ii 1 i ROW ONE: W. Ropp, G, Miller, J. Steiner, D. Hild, W. Hazelman, P. Fawer, Mr. Wegman. ROW TWO: N, Connell, I. Sauder, A, Hinman, B, Taylor, W. Gleuck, B, Geary, D, Oswald, F. Beutel, R Bright, B, Geary, R Schurter, D. Lohnes. ROW THREE: M. Frank, L. Meyer, D, Connell, C. Mussellman, K. Dill, R Steiner, C, Birkineier, W, Koch, W. Stuart, H, Ropp, W, Counterman, I. Birky, L. Hermann, D. Howard, R. W. Davis, J. Hundt. Each year the Tremont F, F, A. carries on a program of work consisting of committees on Super- vised Fzirming, Cooperative Activities, Community Service, Leadership Activities, and Earnings and Savings, These committees include the making-up of the program of work, leadership training school, fresh- man safety campaign, money-making activities, a radio appearance on the F. F. A. ON THE AIR, and a pest eradification contest. Five oys--jerry Sauder, Lyle Meyer, Joe Steiner, Marvin Frank, and Dean Hild--entered a land judging contest, Jerry won first place with Lyle right behind him winning a second place. Joe was next with a third place, The team as a whole won first place. Other activities included a swimming party, a grain judging contest and show, a Parent-Son Banquet, the sending of food releif by C. A, R, E., a Parliamentary procedure contest, and an agriculture-home economics student exchange, This page sponsored by BEYER BROS. INC. Tremont, Illinois F F A PROJECTS O I I M- D 9 -'ul-lu 5 in K Z. 4 J' V, I A .' . :D ' A, . .QV v 7' 'yy VW 5 : vs va A L " ' ' A 54 PEP CLUB ROW ONE P Langjahr S Gerstner C Holverson M Unsrcker ROW TWO J Marurer C Adell O Evans E Hmman S Hoffrran P Gardner Mrs Baechler Advrser D McG1nn1s G Greene E Rrggenbach ROW THREE S Greene I Bhss I Mrller L Becker J Eertmoed L Mrchel S Con nell L Hofmann M Roosa J Plattner ROW FOUR I Rrggenbach J Lohnes W Campbell E Howard R Huette N Fawer J Rerdner B Hoffman S Sanders ROW FIVE R Ummel H Rrsmger PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB ROW ONE G Parks K H1nman R. Rerd H Rxsrnger D Rapp F Hazelman L Hermann ROW TWO- Mr Getz Advrser S Rrggenbach .T ShumakeJ Mrller L Hofmann ROW THREE Vw Koch D Lormes B Renner P Baer B Freeman .T Grllan R W Davrs Ferree Thrs page sponsored bv THE PEKIIN DAILY TIMES Pekln, llhnols I. Rush, S. Riggenbach, S. Renner, M. Moore, J. Shumake. ROW SIX: J. Moore, N. Noard, K. Lenox, "T" CLUB :twig W J 'A ROW ONE: Coach Kisellus, Adviser: B, Kinsey, D. Rapp, Coach Bird, Adviser. ROW TWO: K. Hinman, D, Lanjahr, ROW THREE: L. Hermann, P, Eggena. ROW FOUR: W. Ropp, N. Connell. ROW FIVE: C. Risinger, D. Kresin. ROW SIX: R. W. Davis, L. Meyer. ROW SEVEN: M. Frank, L. Riggenbach. ROW EIGHT: G, Parks, J. Sauder, C. Hymbaugh, T, Beutel, P, Stuber, B, Miller, D. Connell, R, Flynn, H, Ropp, R, Steiner, J. Hutchison, ROW NINE: D. Stone, H, Risinger, J. Steiner, C. Risinger, J . Naffziger, B. Freeman, P. Baer, B, Renner, C. Sauder, P. Fawer, B, Berchtoid, -N, c.A.A. ROW ONE: L, Hofmann, J. Riggenbach, O. Evans, S, Taylor, M, Unsicker, R. Schurter, C. Adell, N, Fawer, S, Greene, W. Campbell, B, Hoffman, S. Sanders. ROW TWQ E, Riggenbach, S. Connell, B. Schurter, S. Fawer, C. Papenhause, P, Gardner, N, Calhoun, M. Moore, P. Langjahr, L. Michel, M. Aberle, J. Rush, E. Howard. ROW THREE: P. Zimmerman, S, Gerstner, J. Moore, S. Renner, J. Lohnes, K. Lenox, N. Noard, J. Hampton, N, Schurrer, I. Pflederer, S, Hoffman, H. Risinger. ROW FOUR: M. Yoder, K Schaefer, R Ummel, J. Miller, R. Huette, S. Zimmerman, J , Eertmoed, S, Wagenbach, J, Wagenbach, V. Frank, J. Schaefer, J. Reidner. ROW FIVE: J. Plattner, J. Bliss, Mrs. Baechler, Adviser: B. Berch- told, J. Maurer, C. Holversorl. This page sponsored by PALMER BLISS, Tremont, Illinois VARSITY C. Holvcrson, M. Unsicker, S. Gcrsincr, P. Langjaiir. IR HIGH FROSH-SOPH J. Hininan, A. iioifinan, S. Montgonzcry, B. Rush, I. Davis. Tnis page sponsored by LOHNES PRINT SHOP Pekin, Iliinois 57 J. Riggunhaciz, J. Lolincs, W. Cgxiiiphc Xe H no , Nails" Pete" HK insu K r Q xx 5, NK S "Mody" f "Tsetse" ..Ham.. ff I SEA SON'S Mackinaw Chilicothe Dunlap Washington 39 Eureka Metamora 20 Morton Farmington 20 BS K 4 1 -X 8 t it "Red" "Snap" 58 1 '41 Vf' "Alley" 5- "Gene" "Rick" RECORD Tremont 20 Tremont 13 Tremont 6 Tremont 0 Tremont 7 Tremont 32 " Snuff" "I8Ck" Tremont 20 Tremont 0 ,G Q' 'ef 4" .,,,,f f x I I 4' 3 ,f v an 1' , ,-.. .1 v jlloule.. "Elmer" 59 "B1'Y3fl" "Chris , ,V 'ec ,- :aw:,ft CHEERLEADERS: Phyllis Langjahr, Susan Gerstner, Carol Holverson, Marijane Unsicker. ROW ONE Coach Kisellus, J, Sauder, T, G3I'dI16I',J , Hutchison, D, Connell, R. Flynn, M, Frank, D, Rapp, D, Langjahr Coach Bird. ROW TWO: A. Sauder, .T . Hutchison, L, Hermann, S, Ferree, D, Muselman, B, Renner, J' Hoffman, R, W, Davis, R, Reid, J. Hundt, ROW THREE: K, Backmeyer, H, Risinger, G. Becker, B. Kin- sey, C. Risinger, D, Fawer, K, Hinman, D, Callahan, ROW FOUR: B, Taylor, N. Connell, P, Stuber, L Riggenbach, P. Baer. .T . Naffziger, B. Freeman, R. Steiner. We, the Echo staff, students, and fans, would like to say, "Well done, Coach and players." Coach did a fine job in preparing the squad for the eight games this past season. The players did a fine job also, although they suffered many "tough blows," The whole team played like "sports" always trying their best, The "Turks" won their opening game on the new field by defeating the "Chiefs" of Mackinaw 20-6, They also won the most important-game of the year by defeating Morton 20-0, The "Turks" won three games and lost five. The "Turks" placed two of its mem- bers on the All-Conference team--Paul Stuber at end and .T ack Naffziger at tackle. 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WCPO . ,Ox' 5 7 the first half Q was the first Nia' if X fb 65' x I' QC of OSI 3 Lim Marvin the bali wore Car! H,rd's over ha! frm' t yards on air, Coach 7 '- fi op 12-7 Game 'Y' WHS i urk offsi WCYC Lanpzja action ner of and none Hasenjvagei-'s Hor Frank aisn ran rhe extra nets, who also had some i to put them in a position LJ regulars made IS? on me 1 added 50 hx ar F c merman, LL.reAa fullback. 12 first doim hmh 'mf-s for the winners Tre'r"-H' S, View fl d h I Er! 'I' 'mfr Jack Phr Gary Tremont Tremont Tremont Tremont Tremont Tremont Tremont Tremont Tremont Tremont Tremont L Prrntmg of Ih1S page made possrble by CATERPILLAR TRACTOR COMPANY D Peorra, Illmors on 62 Bryan R SEASON S Mrnrer Farmrngton Mackmaw Chrlrcothe Eureka Morton Hopedale Easton Metamora Farmrngton Stanford 1956 1 ' A ,ff 4 t 1 Q t 5 X A gt f 1 ' 4 I I F I RVVVA L ij' 6 . 5 Q. 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Hoffman, I. Birky, H, Risinger, I-L Hinman, A. Sauder. ROW TWO: Coach Kise1luS, .T. Hundt, S, Ferree, C. Sauder, B. Renner, F, Horton, D. Muselman, This page sponsored by GETZ TURKEY FARM Tremont, Illinois 'f Wggg, ,'-- gf, V , ,ll ., ,,., M.. ., . V ,gag rffiVW4 rf"W"r'ff "f V K on g, I WA4 ' fs :ic ' Ar ,ffm Q WQMM- Lwmm-M - , ff J K' L ' Q 2 8 . Q A V Z 1. .- 1, le f L i f' - 1 1 1 rj 1? 'T I 'fn W UNK r sa g . 4-M: 57 ' ..-4 Y A A , X e I I 1 1 :QL V ' L' my 5 1 O an rs 4 Aw. ,M" L, O R v .5 2 7. , . ' , . -'H , . 'X' , . ' , . I 'Y . 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Stuber, J. Shanklin, C. Hymbauglz. , 5 ibn-W . ..., - ... H' , f - . f fi-Cf, , , z,"54jq9'g -fel-.-' ,,. 4. -,. 1 xf,fm.Lf.Vf"" T if-' :1l22'.,2.,: '.fl.-.mf4"'--' 67 lr., .u. - " . x ' ,- .Tr TRACK 'Ti AND CROSS COUNTRY Stewart, J. Shanklin, L. Harman. ROW ONE:A. Fleckenstein, R. Flynn, B. Renner, C. Sauder, T. Beutel, R. Steiner, P. Eggena. ROW TWO: Mr. Kisellus, K. Flynn, D. Stone, F. Horton. W. Stewart, W. Koch, L. 1... I, 'Q . ft 4,8 ' ik -x .1 Q W .. l 841, ' f "WG-'Sk ff.. ,H pan. ROW ONE L Hermann W Ropp P Fawer D Connell M Frank A lhnmau ROW TWO H Ropp if x I K Y I SR PROM I 1, IJ! 'H 59 da -,A W ,. 55, gi Br x,F' ff ,f T ,k 3, mr? 1 ' sf' I +A' I ' f . V 45 1 w-Alffxfl ,h Q1 . , ' 54,555-.ir MN, I rift -an si'r'f ,I U :wwf 7' .3 gy 125x311 ,az ,vu 'W Mtn' ,AJ 3 Lf' .P .gf ' " QQ?-. 'K 1311135 Q' ?a2x,-Q n 1 . ,nf ,J I' 1 , , mah A A, 3 . M, ,5 Q W1 ' L . A N 1. 5.-. ' - 1: . iw Af ",, . :E hx ,A If , NF. ai, 1- an 4 'fy , 1 Q- M X 4 1 HQSV' 'I 9 'V x,. ,. .." 'E ' 'fi ... 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V. ,452 ' ACTIVITY CALENDAR AUGUST MARCH 29 30 Regrstratron Semor Ham N Bean Supper 31 SCh001 begms College Day at Washrngton fo Semors 8 Junror Play SEPTEMBER Drstnct Musrc Contest Frrst football game Mackrnaw Conflrct rn the Baechler Home Latrn Class p1cn1c T Club Party forG A A OCTOBER Prctures for yearbook taken Homecomrng Football freld padded wrth napkms Alumn1 Banquet Semor prctures taken Tsetse rn traffrc court BEAT MOIYFON Vance rn hospltal Semor Chrllr Supper Chorus Festrval at East Peor1a T Club Party Worms crawlrng on gym floor 23 Thanksgrvrng vacatron Doctor s swamped Wllh rndrgestlon cases DECEMBER Sophomore Party Watch for the mrcel' Semor prcturesarrrved Chrrstmas vacatron begrnsl ' WHOOPIE' ' Y Sno Ball Dance JANUARY School resumed AWWWWW' ll' V l6 OUCH""' T Bte s 17 l8 Semester exams FEBRUARY 12 Lrncoln s Brrthday No school 13 Band Festrval 26 Drstnct Basketball Tournament begrns APRIL MAY 75 Faculty Basketball game Strff Teachers All School Party F F A Banquet Baseball starts Mr Moorhouse prepared a test for the band"'P'P'P'P Track starts Drstnct Musrc Contest F H A Mother Daughter Banquet 22 Easter recess Judy Kay turned 36 typrng practrce sheets 1nto MISS Koch Nancy and Ilene recerved detensron slrps from Mr Moorhouse Meat Loaf Supper Senlors Left over for drnner Semor Play Semor class members are broke after payxng for the trrp County Track meer Prom Sleepy Junrors and Senrors Senlors leave for Wash1ngton,D C and New York 24 Semester exams Senrors return Baccalaureate Commencement HALLELUIAH' "' "' Q H , Q 50 . .. .. -- - 6-- ' r ' 7- H . 9h . . . 13-- 14-- ' ' 14--. 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