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A cheerleader F.H A offlcer and an actlve student She liked
to have fun and was a lot of fun A happy person wlth a hkable person
ahty made Carol s hfe pleasant and well lived
LYNN ANTJE BECKER
A smale was Lynn and a sweet personahty The hbrary was
her love and she put forth her best. Lynn hked to smg and was U1
the chorus Her wholesome and cheerful life was gemally spent
WILLIAM HOWARD RENNER
A basketball and football player 1nd a track team member Bill
was a sausfted person and an Lndlvlduahst. Godhad glV91'1llLlT13.
vo1ce and he used rn benef1c1ally Hts hfe also was one spent mn
We are those who remaln we were the1r classmates and fr1ends Yes 1f you look up toward the
sky there are three new stars one for Lynn, one for Carol and one for B111 the three Semor Class
members who were taken from us
In our school thls year we have felt what happens when youth meets death. DUTIES tlus school year
we have learned that hfe IS uncertaln. Because of thls lt IS U1 the memory of these three students that
we dedlcate the 1959 ECHO.
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JR EDITORS Karen Schaefer
ADVISER Mary 1-1 Boyd
What IS school? That seems lure a stmple quesuon The dlcuonary says xt IS an
educatlonal 1IlSI1IUI1OIl for systemattc lnstructlon We flnd that a school IS much
Other act1v1t1es whrch occupy our trme lncluchng Chaflglllg classes eaung lunch
phystcal educatron ndrng home on the school bus the student councll Echo G A A
P ep Club ' T Club football basketball baseball and many other acuvrues But
that ts the subject of our book and we can t tell the wl1ole story here. It rs our purpose to
try to show you what school rs
more complex than this, in that only a part of our time is spent for "systematic in-
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Board Of Education
We the members of the 1959 Echo Staff wish to express our
gratitude to our Board of Education. This group of citizens has done
much to make our 1958-59 school year successful. It is through their
personal efforts and the strength of the entire group that our school
and our activities run smoothly. Without the schoolboard we would not
have Tremont High as a reality. To the Board of Education the staff
'I'he present members of the Board of Education are:
CLAUDE BRYAN, President
ROBERT SPARROW, Secretary
CLAUDE I ROSE AL LOUIS PENMAN
Sllpeflfllefldem Of 30110015 Southem Illinois University
Sponsors Student Council B S S,
S0111-hem I111Il01S UHIVCISIIY Principal of Tremont Elementary
B S Ed M. S School and Coach
Indiana State Teacher s College
North Carohna State College
MRS. DONNA BAECHLER
Physical Education and Social
Problems. Advisership: Cheer-
leaders, G.A.A., Pep Club,
B.S. Education, Bradley Uni-
MISS MARY E. BOYD
Mathematics. Advisershipg Ech-
o, Freshman Class. B.S. Ed-
ucation, Illinois State Normal
MR, SIMON BIRKY
MRS. LOIS BLA ZER
Eighth Grade. B.S. Education, English 1 and 2. A.B. , WCSI-
Illinois State Normal Univer
Vocal Music. Advisership:
Sophomore Cla ss. B. M. E.
Illinois Wesleyan University.
ern Illinois S t a t e Teachers
College, Knox College.
MISS ALMA GETZ
Seventh Grade. B.S., Normal
University, Bradley University,
M.A., University of Illinois.
MR, BEN GETZ
S cience Department. Adviser
ship: Photography Club. M.
A. , Illinois Wesleyan Univer
sity, State University of Iowa.
MISS LYDIA KOCH
Commercial Subjects. Ad-
visership: Librarians. B. S.
Education, Illinois State Nor-
MR, HOWARD R, HOHMAN
History, Physical Education,
Coaching. B.S, , Elmhurst
College, University of Illinoisg
M. A. , University of Mary-
MR, LEONARD KISELLUS
Physical Education, Industrial
Arts, Coaching. Advisership:
T-Club, M. A., Hlinois State
Normal University, Colorado
State College of Education.
MR, HAROLD M. LEE
Eighth Grade. Illinois State
MR. RICHARD MOORHOUSE MISS DCRIS REED MR. RONALD REIK
Band Director. B. M. E. , 111' Home Economics, Advisership: Seventh Grade, B.S. , Illinois
inois W CS 1 SY 3 I1 UI1iV61'SiIy. F. H, A. , Senior Class. B. S. , State Normal University.
Bradley University. Illinois State Normal Univer-
MRS, BERTHA TOWNS END
Latin 1, 2g English 3.4. Ad-
visership: Latin Club. Mon-
mouth College, A ugus t ana
Western Illinois University,
University of Florida.
MR, SAM WEGMAN
Agriculture. Advisership: F
F. A.. Junior Class. B.S.
Burlington Junior College, Ill
tnois State Normal University
M. A., University of Illinois
ELMBI AND MRS. WELTY
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CHRISTIE ANN ADELL
Majorette, Clever, Cute, Responsible.
Student Council 44 Secretary-Treasurer 4,
G.A. A. 2, 3, 4, Girls Club lg Latin Club
1,2g Pep Club 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-
Pres1dent4gGirls' Chorus 1,23 Mixed Chorus
1,23 Band Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4g Junior Class
Play, Queen Attendant to Spring Formal.
KENNETH ROBERT BACKMEYER
Flirt, Husky, Cars, FBI.
T Club 2, 45 Photography Club 2, Pep Club
4, Boys' Chorus 1: Mixed Chorus 1gBand
13 Football 1,2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 45
Track 1, 2.
ANNETTE L. BEUTEL
Red Hair, Likeable, Fun, Athletic.
G.A.A. 3,45 Girls' Club 15 Latin Club 1,
2, PepClub 43 Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Ensembles-Band 1: Junior
Class Play, Ensembles-Chorus 1: Band 1.
2, 3, 4.
RICHARD DALE CALLAHAN
Quiet, Courteous, Collected, Football.
Football 2, 3, 4.
DELMA MARIE CLAIR
Hard-worker, Smiles, Sweet, Quiet.
F. H. A. 1,23 Girls' Chorus 1.
SYLVIA ANN CONNELL
Irish, Fun, Flirt, Humerous
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Girls' Club 1, F.H.A. 1,2,
3,4g Echo Staff 4, HiCrier Staff lg Rep Club
l,2,3,4g Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus
l,2,3,4, Ensemble 2g Band 1,2,3,4.
DAVID JAMES DALBY
Intelligent, Witty, Bowling, Books
Freshman Class Reporter, Latin Club 1,
Pep Club 43 Boys Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus
lg Wrestling l,2.
RUPERT W. DAVIS
Singer, Temper, Tease, "Dubs"
Class President 33 F.F.A. 2,35 "T" Club
l,2,3,43 Vice-President 4, Echo Staff 2,3,45
Latin Club 4, Photography Club l,2g Pep
Club 4, Boys' Chorus l,3,4g Mixed Chorus
1,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g Cross County 1gBaseball
4, Basketball 3, Football 2,3,4g Wrestling
l,2,3,4g Class Play 3.
KENNETH RAY DILL
Farmer, F .F .A. Talkative, Cheerful
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g Librarians 2, Mixed Chorus
l,2g Track 3,43 F.F.A. Sentinel 4.
IUDITH MARIE EERTMOED
Wayne, Giggles, Humorous, Fun
G.A.A. 2,3,4g Girls' Club lg F.H.A. l,2,3,4g
Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Girls' Chorus l,2,3,4g
Mixed Chorus 2,3,4g Ensemble 1,2,3,4g Band
1,2,3,4g Ensembles 1,2,3,4g Formal Dance
Attendant 3g Queen Candidate 4.
NANCY KAY FAWER
"Two dt a Half"
Clothes, Neat, Nice, Pleasant
Class Vice-President 2, G.A.A. l,2,3,4g
Girls' Club 1, F.H.A. l,2,3,4g Echo Staff 3,4p
Librarians 2,4g Pep Club l,2,3,4g Girls
Chorus l,2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4g En-
sembles Chorus lg Accompanist 2, Band
l,2,3,4g Ensembles lg Queen Attendant for
Prom, Queen ofl-Iomecoming 4gJunior Play.
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ELLEN PEARL HOWARD
Majorette, Serene, Good-natured.
Student Council 1, 2, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 3, Treasurer 4, Girls Club 1:
Echo Staff 33 Latin Club 1,23 Pep Club 1.
2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus 1,2, Mixed Chorus 1,
2, Band Majorette 1,2, 3, 4: Junior Play:
G. A. A. Camp 3, Prom Queen Attendant 3,
Winter Dance Queen 4.
ROSE MARY HUETTE
G.A.A., Personality, Tall, Treasurer.
Class Secretary 2, Treasurer 45 G. A.A. 2,
3, 4g President 4, Vice-President 3: Girls
Club 1: Echo Staff 1,2, 3, 4g Latin Club 1,
2g Librarian 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Cho-
rus l, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Home-
coming Queen Attendant 44
IACK GILBERT HUTCHISON
One girl, Football, Calm. CUIICY-
"T" Club 3, 43 Football 1,2, 3, 43 Wrestling
1, 2, 33 Track 2, 3.
WESLEY GENE KOCH
Handsome, Clothes, Cool, Agreeable.
Class Vice-President 1: F. F. A. l,2,3,44
President 4g Sentinel 4, librarian 1, 25 Photo-
graphy Club 1, 2, Boys Chorus lg Band 1,2,
3, 4g Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43
Homecoming King 4, Prom King Candidate
3: Junior Play.
LOUISE GLADYS MICHEL
Complexion, Blonde, Ambitious, Faithful.
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g cms Club 1, F.H.A. 1,
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4g Echo Staff 2, 3,
Librarian 4: Pep Club 2, 3,4g Girls Chorus
1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 44 Ensembles
1.2.1-1.44 Junior PlaY: Queen Attendant for
Spring Formal 3.
JUDITH ANN REIDNER
Ronnie, Car Hop, Musical, Talkative
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4g Girls Club lg F.H.A. 1,2,
3,4g Echo Staff 4, Pep Club 3,4g Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,4g Ensembles 1,2,3,4g Accom-
panist 1,2,3,4p Band 1,2,3,4g Ensembles 1,
HAROLD EUGENE RISINGER
Class Secretary 13 Student Council 3,4g T
Club 1,2,3,4g President 4g Secretary-Treas-
urer 3g Photography Club 1,2,3g Pep Club
4: Baseball 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3g Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4g Co-Captain 4: Wrestling 4.
HOWARD RAY ROPP
Farmer, Tall, Slow, Easy-going
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4g Reporter 35 Wrestling 1,2.
CHARLES WILLIS SAUDER
Student Council 2,3,4g President 43 Vice-
President 3g T Club 2,3,4g Echo Staff 4:
Latin Club 1,2g Boys Chorus 1gMixedChorus
lg Cross Country 1,2,3,4g Track 2,3,4gJunior
Playg Homecoming King Candidate 4.
IOSEPHINE ANN SCHAEFER
Typist, Handy, Studious, Artistic
G.A.A. 2.3.4, Girls Club lg Echo Staff 1,
2,3,4g Hi-Crier Staff l,3g Latin Club 1,23
Pep Club 2: Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4g Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,4g Junior Play.
LEONARD RUSSELL STEWART
Harmless, Mild, Easy-going, Carefree
Photography Club 15 Pep Club 3pBoys Chorus
1,2g Mixed Chorus 1,25 Cross Country lg
Baseball 1,25 Basketball 1.
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IESSIE GLADYS STONE
Happy, Friendly, Giggles, Cheerful
Girls Club 1, Girls Chorus 1.
Cheerleader, Active, Peppy, Loyal
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Girls Club 1, Echo Staff
1,2,3,4, Editor 4, Co-Editor 3, Hi-Crier
Staff 1,2,3, Latin Club 1,2, Pep Club 1,2,
3,4, President 4, Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4,Mixed
Chorus 1,2,3,4, Ensembles 1,2,Band1,2,3,4,
Ensembles l,2, Junior Class Play, Cheer-
leader 1,2,3,4, Green Valley Tournament
Queen Candidate 3, Band Majorette l,2,
Homecoming Queen Candidate 4, Cheerlead-
ing Camp 2,3,4.
ROBERTA MAE WELLS
Pretty, Prom Queen, Blonde, Musical
Girls Club 1, F.H.A. 2, Echo Staff 3, Pep
Club 4, Girls Chorus 3,4, Mixed Chorus
3,4, Prom Queen 3.
RONALD DEAN WILDERMUTH
Brain, Book-worm, Math, Likeable
Class Treasurer 3, Echo staff 2, Latin
Club 1,2, Cross Country 1.
WAYNE FREDERICK ZIMMER
Tiny, Talker, Boastful, Different
"T" Club 2,3,4, Latin Club 1,2, Librar-
ian 4, Pep Club 4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Wrest-
Honors And Awar s
RON WILDERMUTH IOSEPHINE SCHAEFER
Bausch Lomb Scrence Award
CHARLES SAUDER JOY MAE PLATTNER
D A R. Award D A R. Award
Gene Becker Memonal
We, the members of the Seruor Class of 1959 of Tremont Communtty Htgh School, bemg of sound and
tntelhgent mtnds do hereby bequeath our numerous talents characterrstlcs and habtts of our last wtll
and testament to the followmg classes teachers and students As a class we w1ll the followlng
To the ,Tumors we w1ll the abtltty to have a class play that IS a sell out
To the Sophomores we wxll our dxgruty and ab1hty to carry on class meetmgs mtelllgently
To the Freshmen we wtll the abtltty to become successful Semors ltke ourselves
To Mr Getz we wtll a new drrver s tramlng car
To Coach Ktsellus we wtll a tape recorder for hts many complamts
To M1ss Koch we wtll roller skates to keep up wtth her typrng students
To Mrs Blazer we wtll a sophomore class that appreclates .T uhus Caesar
To Mrs Townsend we wtll many years of good health
To Mlss Reed we w1ll a car that w1ll start tn sub zero weather
To Mrs Baechler we w1ll the book Teachmg Soctal Problems Wtthout Arguments
To Mr Rose we w1ll a year s supply of prpe tobacco
To Mr Wegman we w1ll an enlarged detenuon hall.
To Mr Galvan we w1ll a more co operatlve chorus
To Mr Moorhouse we w1ll whtte walls for h1s Tnumph
To Coach Hohman we wtll ramps to put hrs car up on his porch dunng Halloween
To M1ss Boyd we wlll a manual tn the operatlon of the sltde rule.
To Kathy we w1ll students wlth valtd excuses
To Elmer we w1ll a tamper proof coke machxne.
To Mrs Welty we w1ll a 100 gallon barrel of sxmoruze.
To F ran we w1ll another Senror Class l1ke ours wtth the ab1.l1ty to clean up after Seruor suppers
As 1nd1v1duals we w11l the followlng.
Chnsue Adell w1.ll my good natured ways to anyone that needs them
Ken Backmeyer w1ll my Plymouth to the drrver s trammg class
Lynn Becker w11l my helght to Mtss Koch
Annette Beutel w1ll my red ha1r to my brother Phthp
Rlchard Callahan wtll my corny Jokes to anyone who can tell funny ones
Delma Clan' wtll my abtltty to smrle to the J uxuor Class
Sylv1a Connell w1ll my ab1l1ty to chew gum 1n all my classes to Sharon Wagenbach
Davtd Dalbey w1ll my ab1l1ty to wm at cards to ,T ay Hoffman.
R W Davts, w1ll my abtltty to wrestle to Ronnre Stuber
Kenneth D111 wxll my werght to Cra1g Rob1son
Judy Eertmoed w1ll my abllxty to go steady wxth one boy to Judy Hmman.
Nancy Fawer w1l1 my cornfleld to next year's semors
Stanley Ferree wlll my ablllty to bowl to Bob Sauder
Peggy Gardner w1.ll my abtltty to get the glggles on the stage at exchange assemblies to lame McMullen.
.Tay Glllan w1ll my ulcers to any nervous person
Allen Htnman w1ll my ab1l1ty to stay home from school to Steve Guernsey
Kenneth Htnman, w1ll my ab1l1ty to drtve a Hawk to Paul Dalbey
Lots Hofmann w1ll my ablltty to play the trumpet to Don Oswald
Carol Holverson w1l1 my abtltty to keep long fmger naxls tn gym class to Lmda Bolllger
Ellen Howard w1Jl my majorette abtltty to Ltnda Beane.
I Rose Mary Huette wtll my athletlc ab1l1ty to Georgla Ann Keller
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Wesley Koch, wrll my ability to run high hurdles to Jay Hoffman.
Louise Mrchel will my old books to anyone who can learn more out of them than I did!
Gary Miller will my ability to play basketball to Roger Sauder
Curtis Musselman will my nickname Moose to Dennis Ferree
Drck Muselman will my ability to be a clown to Ron Ummel
I, Mary Noland will my seat in Senior English to Glenda White
Ioy Mae Plattner will my giggle to anyone who can stop it.
Ronnie Reid will my ability to play football to Maurice Schaefer
IudyRe1dner will my ability to play the piano to Susan Montgomery
Harold Risinger will my ability to borrow my brother s car to my other brodrer Robert.
Grarles Sauder will my height to Don Bertschl.
Iosephme Schaefer will upon request my intelligence to my brother
Leonard Stewart, will my thick hair to Mr wegman
I, Jessie Stone will my ability to sew to anyone who wants it.
Marhane Unsicker wxll my dad s red truck to the school for reliable transportation.
Roberta Wells wrll my ability to get along wrth the teachers to LuAnne Carpenter
Ron Wildermuth, wrll my shde nrle to lay Hoffman.
Wayne Zimmer will my ability to talk in class to Marie Yoder
rom Diapers' To Dip omas
In 1946 these students took their Hrst big step going to Hrst
grade, together. During these past 12 years they have been together
in many classes and activitres. Now they are ready to face the out-
side wcrld, more sure of themselves because they have known each
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C ass I-Hstory
We entered Tremont H1gh School as a group of forty eight excrted freshmen. Our first step as
freshmen was to elect Mr Speck to sponsor us We also elected Stan Ferree and Ellen Howard to rep
resent us on Student Councrl. We chose Ken Hmman Pres1dent Wes Koch V1ce Pres1dent Harold
R1s1nger Secretary Dick Muselman Treasurer and David Dalbey Reporter The hrghlight of the year
was a party given to us by the sophomores
As the Sophomore Class we chose Mrs Blazer to sponsor us and elected Ken Hmman Pres1dent
Nancy Fawer V1ce Pres1dent Rose Mary Huette, Secretary Drck Muselman Treasurer and Harold
Rrsrnger Reporter Our Student Councrl representatlves were Charles Sauder and Ellen Howard. We
had forty erght students agam after losing Carol McMahn and Cil.1c1a Penn and ga1n1ngDe.lmaCla1r
and Donna Watters The big event for our class was the W1l'lI1ll'1gOffUSI pnze 1n the Homecommg Parade
w1th our float entrtled Turks Cut Em Off We also gave a party to the Freshman Class
As Juniors we were becoming real experts on high school hfe. Mrs Davrs and Mlss Reed our
sponsors ass1sted the class and the offrcers who were- R W Dav1s Pres1dent Allen 1-Ilnman V1ce
Pres1dent Peggy Gardner Secretary andRonn1eW1ldermuth Treasurer Gary Maller Harold Rrsinger
and Charles Sauder were elected to Student Council. Although we lost Donna Watters our class again had
forty erght members as we gamed Mary Noland. It was our honor m our Junior year to design the school
crest to be used on our class rmgs and all rings rn the years to come. Agarn our float took frrst place in
gave a play called THE PERFECT IDIOT winch was a great success and mcreased our class treasury
After weeks of plannmg work headache, and scrapmg for funds we gave the annual banquet and prom
to the Semor Class It was held on Saturday May 17 1958 we had chosen aHawauan theme whrch was
qulte successful. Re1gn.1.ng over the event were Stan F erree and Roberta Wells At the end of our Jumor
year we were qulte sat1sf1ed with hlgh school but anxxous to be Seruors
We began our sen1or year rn the hrgh school w1th a class trrp as our goal. To help us attaln thts we
chose Mtss Reed as our sponsor and elected Stan Ferree, President Ken Hrnman Vice President Peggy
Gardner Secretary and Rose Mary Huette, Treasurer Our Student Counc1lRepresentat1ves were Gary
Mxller Chr1st1eAdell, CharlesSauder andHarold Rlsmger Dunng the year we sponsored several suppers,
scrap drives a carruval, and a play entltled FOR THE LOVE OF PETE Our class role dropped to
tlurty nine after losmg Charles Hymbaugh Carol Holverson Albert F leckenstetn Dwrght Tanner Joy
Miller Bill Geary Bob Taylor Btll Renner and Lynn Becker Wes Koch and Nancy F awer rergned
over the Homecommg festiviues Ellen Howard was Queen of the formal Wmterlude Dance and Delma Clarr
was chosen queen of the F.H A style show On May second the junrors gave us a beauuful prom w1th an
Arabran Nrghts settrng. After workmg hard and savmg our money we departed from Tremont on May
10th for our goal, the class trip We toured Washxngton D C., New York Crty and Ntagara Falls On
the 16th we arrxved home well satisfred and w1th the memorres of a wonderful class tr1p Our graduation
exerclses berng only two weeks away we began to reahze our high school days were comlng to a close.
Our class was graduated on May 28th bemg the frrst class to graduate from eighth and twelfth grades U1
thxs burldrng. The future bemg uncertam the class of 1959 left the halls of Tremont Hrgh.
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Today IS May 13 1980 The Semor Class of 1959 of Tremont H1gh School IS having 1ts f1rst reunion
at D11lon I1l1no1s The reunion is being sponsored by I ack Hutch1son Mayor of Dillon
As I drive LIIIO Dillon Square I am directed to a parking space by F.B.I agent Ken Backmeyer
Lynn Becker head l.1brar1an at the Wh1te House lsbusy catalogtng cars m the lot
Upon gO1l'lg 1ns1de I see Stan Ferree, bowling instructor at Rosewoods Outer Space Lanes showmg
Nancy Fawer owner of the largest chmchilla ranch of the world the correct bowling form
Dav1d Dalbey un1on leader of the world IS Ielllflg Judy Eertmoed of Eertoed Contractrng Company
that she should 10111 the muon
Harold R1smger chief taster for the Budwetser Company 1S tal.k1ng w1th Peggy Gardner owner
of the largest moonshtne sttll tn the umverse. They are d1scuss1ng a cure for alchohcs w1th Annette
Beutel, head nurse at Dillon Emergency Ward
Outside the roar of motors IS heard Gary M1.ller motorcycle champ and Howard Ropp Volkswagen
racer are tunmg up their motors Trying to close a big deal wldl them IS R01'lI'llCRC1d foreign sport
Ron Wxldermuth nuclear DhyS1C1SI IS d1scuss1ng plans for a new space fuel w1th Delrna Clair
U S Ambassador to Pluto
Over 1n another corner I see Lou1se Michel, largest sheep raiser m the country mak1ng a deal
w1th Charles Sauder pellet producer for Sauder's Feed Co for a new sheep feed formula Wes Koch
the smg1ng foreman IS hstemng in
Sy1v1a Connell, ace kmdergarten teacher 1S conversmg w1th Lois Hofmann toe dancer at Dav1s
Allen Hmman, outer space wrestling champion, is demonstrating the hold that won him thet1t1e.
.T ess1e Stone, head gym teacher at Tremont High looks on f.h1S w1th dxsgust She thrnks all athletes should
do cahsthenics all day
Roberta Kitty Wells country music star 15 Slflglllg her latest h1t Lonely Heart to Mary
Noland girls counselor at West S1de Lonely Hearts Club
Manjane UIISICRCI' driving instructor at Menert Consohdated IS talkmg w1th Leonard Stewart
head grease monkey at Chuck s Super Service about a new fender for her tra1n.1ng car
.Toy Mae Plattner newly elected housewife of the year IS talking with Wayne Ztmrner president
of the Hen pecked Hubbies Club about Wayne s S1XIh wtfe.
Ken D111 and Curt Musselman are discussing plans for enlarging the 1 000 000 acre ranch that
they own together
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Judy Reidner star of her own television show J oseph1ne Schaefer head soc1al problems teacher
for the retired Mrs Baechler and Ellen Howard Burden, mother of 10 ch1ldren, are d1scuss1ng the
problems a mother of 10 children has Ellen I Hllght add has her bull wh1p with her today
.T ay G111an Presrdent of Winzeler s Inter Planetary Trucking Company IS conversmg with Dick
Muselman Mass Producer of Floating Power Bombs about bu11d1ngJ'ay a fleet of Floatmg Power Tmcks
for his tnp to Outer Phxto
Now that everyone has arrived Ch1'1St1S Adell world famous parade leader IS assembling every
one for a parade from D111on to Tremont We are looking forward to seemg our old stamptng grounds
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lhe basketball team successfully started the season by wrnning five out of their first six games
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Gary Miller made the 2nd team in the 11110 Conference The team had good SPlIiI throughout the season
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Although the football team thts year was not as successful as pred1cted the team showed good sptnt
throughout the campatgn. The squad tumed up qmte a vlctory 1n wtnmng the Homecoming game wtth
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with a number of good underclassmen. Much individual talent was shown during the year and the team
ran with considerable spirit.
The track team began the season with a bad start but cltmaxed II by taking second in the county
The help of the tmderclassmen makes for a good outlook to the future. A few defeats made the record
look bad but the team kept going and ftmshed better than was anticipated.
The wrestling team this year did a creditable Job by winning a good share of their matches Warren
Howard and Allen I-hnman advanced to the sectional meet after a superior showing III the distrlct. Allen
took first in his dtvlsion tn the secuonal and went on to the state finals The state competiuon was held
at Arlington Heights It was there that JEEP took second in the state. The school along with Coach
Kissellus congratulates Allen for the excellent Job he has done in wrestling this year
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There were times we thought we wouldn tl
There were times we thought we couldn tl
Our minds are wracked
Our backs are stooped
The ECHO is here and we are POOPEDII
Once again the end of the school year is here The eagerness of summer vacation sends
resounding echoes through the halls of Tremont High. Some will walk away for the last time
never to return again. Some will be happy some will be sad others will be bewildered by
the future ahead but most will be prepared to face the future squarely and honestly
In this book we have tried to answer the question What is school? School is fun, school
is part of our Lives A part which can never be replaced or taken away
As you go out the door and onto the sidewalk, stop look back and up at the silent maJ
esty of the building Give it a smile and a Thank you, before you go on your way for it is
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