Tremont High School - Echo Yearbook (Tremont, IL)

 - Class of 1966

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QS 0 ,6 GNN F Z ,ww MR, SIMON BIRKEY Grade School Principal hx ,gg SEATED: Howard Parkhurst, Leroy Wineburiier, Elwyri Stuher STANDING: Harold Weghorst, Leo Rowell, Robert Sparrow, Merle Naffziger A d ' ' ' Mia. GILBERT BRUELL m High School Principal Q ai' vw41"MAl m . H rr ,, x Ig ici, 0 ' E4 l nomics I, II, Family Living. Advisor- MR. ISUg MR. B,S sity MR, WILLIAM HOPKINS, Algebra I, II, Plane Geometry, Senior Math. Ad visorship: Soph. Class, Jr. High Bas- ketballg B.S, , Eureka Collegeg atten- ded U. of I. and ISU. MRS. ROBERTA BEUTEL, Home Eco- ship: FHAg B,S,, U. of I. MRS, PHYLLIS KINCAID, Physical Education. Advisorship: Cheerleaders, GAA, Pep Clubg B.S ISU. Facult MR, LEONARD KISELLUS, Physical Education. Coaching: Track, Cross Country, Wrestling. Ad visorship: "T" Club, Athletic Directorg B,S, , RAY TYLER, Physics, Chemistry. B,S,, M,A. , Illinois Wesleyan. PAUL BOURNS, Biology, Earth Science. , F. , Texas Tech College, Auburn Univer- MR. I-I. KEITH CLUTS, Vocal Music 1 - 12. Advisorship: Senior Classg B.s., lSUg M.s,, ISU. MR. ROBERT EVANS, Band 5 - 12. B,IvI. , Bethany Collegeg M,M, , Vandercook. MR, RICHARD VEDDER, indusmai Arts I, II, III, Coaching: Football, Baseball. Advisorship: Freshman Class. B,S,, ISU. This Page Sponsored By THE PHOTOGGERY Pekin, Illinois ISUg M. A, Colorado State. MRS. MARILYN SPARROW, Latin I, ll, English IV, Advisorship: Senior Classg B.S. , ISUg M,A, , U. of I, MRS. vAL1'uE SOMMER, English - soph. Salr., Speech. Advisorship: Drama Club, Junior Classy B.S. , Indiana University. MR, GLENN WEINSTEIN, Typing, Cons. Economics, Bus. Law, Gen. Math. Coaching: LV, Basketball. Ad visorship: "Turk Talk"g B.S, , Mac- Murray College, Jacksonville. MRS, LINDA SPRINGER, Shorthand I, 'M - II, Office Practice, Librarian. Ad- visorship: Librarians, Yearbook. B.S, , Bradley University. L.S. , ISU. MR. GEORGE LANG, U.S. History, Typing II, Personal Typing, Guidance. Advisorship: Sophomore Class, B,S, , ISUg M,A. , Bradley University. MR, PAUL CRANFILL, Ag. I - IV., Life Science. Advisorship: FFAg B,S, , SIUg Graduate work at U. of I., Univ. of Wisconsin. MR, VERNON SPREHE, AID. l'lISI1OlCy, Driver Ed. Coachin :Basketbal1. B,s., SlUg M,s., SIU. my MR. WILLIAM COMERFORD, Freshman English American Problems, World Geography. B A Univ. of Chicago. Attended: Bradley U Loyola Law School. SECRETARY TO SUPERINTENDENT Judy Reidner CUSTODIANS Mr. Beutel Mrs. We1tY Personnel SECRETARY TO PRINCIPAL Janice Litwiller COOKS--Mrs. Lutz, Mrs. Weeks, Mrs. Hiuman, Mrs. Holverson, Not Pictured: Mrs. Eicher, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Reidner, Mrs. Rapp. ,K amy af Ah I-. 9 2 1 J' f 4 1 , 14 fi 21 fr Additional Staff -K Vi. A,.,?"" X my MRS, JENNIE BURK, American Problems and World His- tory. B.S. , Bus. Adm. g M,A, , School Adm., Bradley. erre X . MRS, DORIS Moorus, Freshman English, B,s., rsU. J rss iiilfill 1 I ll ' S- if : 'Y' 5, - - Q 2 -aff' ' li? Z T' -r - 5 L, It lg- mi 5 Q-. - KM ' .. X . '- -:A-- wrm- i' rorre ix -M S r-er MRS. SUE CLUTS, Assists in Library and Study Improve- ment Special Class. B,S, , ISU. In the teacher 's lounge Mr. Shannon, Mr. i mil, 'Vu .NM MR, RAYMOND SHANNON, Science, Coach. B,S,, St Ambrose College, Davenport, Iowag M.A., ISU, This Page Sponsored By TREMONT BUILDING 81 LOAN ASSOCIATION Tremont, Illinois Lang, Mrs. Kincaid, and Mr. Guinnee take it easy. 'Ar ua., , 'W' QS? ERQLASS ,56 MQ, Seniors ' b I Zfvf Salutatorian S f 5 Zffqf Valedictorian Jerry Mason Diane Tiffan ! ll, M ,fling N S x gif, W . f .L-"WX 4' ' K tl-5 ff Q1f'f"' 5 f 5 ff ' f 52 I 2 ,f V' 'fl L' f - jr, 5 1 , L: 'Q ' X l 0 3, I , Q 1 I M' Q NU 'IMI f w viz' X I' KU ff w JOHN BIRKY Student Council 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Ec- ho Staff 3, 45 Chorus: Mixed Boys 45 T- Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 35 Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Class President 2, 35 Class Vice Pres. 25 Prom King Can- didate 35 Homecoming King 4. MIKE BA RNARD T -Club 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrest- ling 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1 2, 3, 45 Lincoln Volunteer 35 School Play 25 Spanish Club 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 lllio Wrestling Champ 45 Home- coming King Candidate 4. LANNY BEECHAM T-club 1,2,3,45 Basketball 12,3545 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2,31 Baseball 2, 3. an--.uv-45' CAROL BURKEY Student Council 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Ec ho Staff 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3,4, Sec. 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 45 Pep Band 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 25 National Honor Soci- ety 2, 3,4, Sec. 45 PHA 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 25 Drama Club 3, 45 School Play 35 Class Vice Pres. 2: Betty Crocker Award 45 Prom Queen Candidate 35 Homecoming Queen Candidate 4. RUSSELL CLAIR Echo Staff 45 Turk Talk 1, 2, 3. K .1 . 4? Eg: A 9 '55 0 5. A . 1 -E J. 5' . ' 1' ,Li SHARON COOK Echo Staff 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 45 Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Sec. 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Sec. 25 Turk Talk 45 Chorus: Mixed 1, 2,45 Girls' 1, 2, 45 PHA 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4: Drama Club 1, 2, 3,45 Class Sec. 25 Prom Queen Candidate 35 Homecoming Queen Candidate 45 Business Student of the Year Award 4. LYNETTE DIETRICH Pep Club 1, 2, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Echo Staff 3, 45 Turk Talk 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus: Mixed 1, 2, 3,45 Girls' 1, 2, 3,45 National Honor Society 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, V. P. 45 Drama Club 1, 3, 45 Lincoln Volunteer 3, 45 School Play 3. MIKE DORSEY Librarian 25 Basketball 1, 25 Cross Coun- try 1, 25 Track 1. TIM ELLIOT Latin Club 15 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Band 45 Chorus: Mixed 2, 35 Football 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 25' Lincoln Volunteer 3, 4. MARSHA DORSEY Latin Club 15 Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Edi- tor 45 Chorus: Mixed 15 FHA 1, 2, 3,45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, 45 Lin- coln Volunteer 3, 45 Drama Club 1, 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Class Sec. 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 45 Valentine Queen Candi- date 35 Homecoming Queen 4. qt.,-01" ED EVANS Band 25 T-Club 1, 2, 3,45 Cross Country 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2. MAIZIE FRANK Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 2g Turk Talk 3, Editor 4g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 45 Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 4g National Honor Society 3,4g GAA 1, 2, 3,4, Sec. 49 Drama Club 1, 2. IAN FREDERICK Transfer from Morton LAINA GREINER Turk Talk 3,45 Mixed Chorus 2, 3,41 Girls' Chorus 45 National Honor Soci- ety 2, 3,45 FHA 2, 3,4g GAA 2, 3,41 Lincoln Volunteer 3, 4g Drama Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 33 Pep Club 2. .TANICE HERMAN Latin Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3g FHA 15 GAA 1g Lincoln Volunteer 3, 4g Pep Club 1. STUART HORTON Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 1, 2g Boys' Chorus 1. ,tt- KEITH KELLER FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Treas. 4, Dc-:Kalb Award 4. PHYLLIS KENNY Pep Club 2, 45 Echo Staff 3, 45 Turk Talk 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus: Mixed 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3,45 Lin- coln Volunteer 3, 45 Drama Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, Sec. Treas. 35 German Band 3. DAN LINDAHL National Honor Society 45 T-Club 45 Wrestling 45 Track 45 Lincoln Volunteer 45 APS Student 45 Pep Club 4. ALBERT LOHNES T-Club 3, 45 PFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 35 Football lg Wrestling 3. JERRY MASON Student Council 3, 4, Pres. 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Echo Staff 1, 2, 35 Turk Talk 1, 3: National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 35 Drama Club 3, 45 School Play 3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 45 Prom King Can- didate 35 DAR Award 4. DENNIS MITCHELL Echo Staff 3, 45 Turk Talk 2, 35 T-Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Librarian 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 45 Baseball 1, 25 Lincoln Volunteer 3, 45 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 45 School Play 35 Spanish Club 3, Pres. 3. PHYLLIS MCHANEY Latin Club 15 Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Edi- tor 45 Chorus: Mixed 1, 2, 3,4, Girls' 1, 2, 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Lincoln Volunteer 45 Drama Club 1, 3, 45 School Play 15 Class Treas. 1, 35 Spanish Club 3. RUSSELL MILLER FFA 3, 4. .TIM NAFFZIGER L-?l'Ei11 Club 1, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus 15 T-Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Basketball 2, 35 Cross Country 35 Track 1, 25 Baseball 35 Prom King Candidate 35 Homecoming King Candidate 4. LARRY ORGAN Echo staff 3, 45 Turk Talk 1, 2, 3, 45 T - Club 3, 45 Librarian 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Wrestling 15 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Lin- coln Volunteer 3, 45 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, Vice Pres. 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN SlflEPlflERDSON Latin Club 1, 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 2, 3, 43 National Honor Society 2, 3, 4a Basketball 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 33 Drama Club 2, 43 School Play 23 Class Pres. 1, 4. l8 SHA RON PA RKHURST Pep Club 1, 2, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus: Mixed 1, 2, 4, Girls' 1, 2, 43 FHA 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Drama Club 1, 2, 3,43 Vice Pres. of Girls' Chorus 43 Class Treas. 43 Home- coming Queen Candidate 4. an-Q JANE PFLEDERER Pep Club 1, 2, 43 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3,43 Latin Club 1, 2, Vice Pres. 23 Echo Staff 1, 2,43 Band 1, 2, 4, Vice Pres. 4g Pep Band 1, 2, 45 Chorus: Mixed 1, 2,4, Pres. 4, Girls' 1,2,43 National Honor Society 2, 3, 43 PHA 1, 2, 3,43 GAA 1, 2, 3,4, Pres. 43 Cheer- leader 13 Lincoln Volunteer 3,4g Dra- ma Club 1, 33 School Play 13 Girls' State 33 DAR Award 43 American Le- gion Award 4. GAYNELLE SIMMONS Latin Club 23 Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, 43 Baud 1, 33 Pep Band 1, 23 Chorus: Mixed 1, 2, 4, Girls' 1, 2,45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4g GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Lincoln Volunteer 3, 43 Drama Club 1, 2, 3,43 Pep Club 1, 2, 43 Valentine Queen Can- didate 3. RITA SPRINGER Echo Staff 4, Artist 43 Chorus: Mixed 1 PHA 1, 2, 3,4, Treas. 43 Prom Queen 33 Class Sec. 4. asi an! eiiiz lg Z VELMA STEINER Latin Club 1, 25 Turk Talk 3, 4, editor 4, Staffer Award 45 Band 1, 25 Pep Band 1, 25 Chorus: Mixed 1, 2, 4, Girls' 1, 45 National Honor Society 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Lincoln Volunteer 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Pep Club 1. DIANE TIFFAN Latin Club 1, 25 Echo Staff 15 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus: Mixed 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' 1, 2, 3, 45 National Hon- or Society 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, Treas. 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 45 Cheerlead- er 15 John Phillip Sousa Band Award 3, 4. BETH TURTON Echo Staff 3, 45 Chorus: Mixed 1, 25 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 45 GAA 1, 2,45 Lincoln Volunteer 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 45 Homecoming Queen Candidate 4. DIANNA VAN METER Latin Club 15 Echo Staff 1, 2, 3, 45 Cho- rus: Mixed 1, Girls' 15 National Honor society 35 FHA 1, 2, 3,45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Drama Club 1, 3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 45 Spanish Club 35 Prom Queen Candidate 3. CURT WAGGONER Wrestling 45 Cross'Country 45 Lincoln Volunteer 45 Homecoming King Candi- date 45 Transfer from Olim, Iowa 4. I9 SHARON WAREMBURG Latin Club 1, 25 Echo Staff 3, 45 Chorus: Mixed 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' 1, 2, 3,45 Na- tional Honor Society 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Lincoln Volunteer 3, 45 Drama Club 1, 3, 45 School Play 1,35 Pep Club 1, 2,4, Vice Pres. 45 Span- ish Club 3. RODNEY WATTS Latin Club 15 Echo Staff 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 45 School Play 1, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 45 Gene Becker Memorial Award 4. LARRY WEEKS Student Council 1, 2,35 T-Club 2, 3, 4' Track 25 Librarian 1, 25 Wrestling 25 Cross Country 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 25 Prom King 3. JACK WEST Librarian 45 Transfer from Pekin High, 3. LINDA WEST Echo Staff 45 FHA 3,45 Drama Club 45 Transfer from Pekin High, 3. BILL WILLIAMS Transfer from Evansville, Indiana, 2. Y A if We, the members of the Senior Class of 1966 of Tremont High School, being of sound and intelligent minds, do hereby bequeath our numerous talents, characteristics, and habits of our last will and testament to the following classes, teachers, and students. As a class we will the following: To the Board of Education, we will the ability to hire and fire accurately. To Jan and Judy, we will a year's supply of staplers. To Amy and the cooks, we will a student body that will eat as much as they gripe. To the custodians, we will a self-cleaning hallway. To Mrs. Beutel, we will a certificate of accomplishment for her history making debut of a boys' home economics class. To Mr. Bourns, we will goldfish immune to chalk dust and individually equipped with their own shields to protect them from rocks. To Mr. Bruell we will a burglar-proof office and safe. To Mrs. Burk, we will a life's subscription to "Senior Scholastic" so that she may work the crossword puzzles whenever she so desires. To Mrs. Cluts, we will a quiet library. To Mr. Cluts, we will our "deepest appreciation" for seeing us through our sophomore, junior, and senior years as our class sponsor because we wouldn't have made it through without him. To Mr. Evans, we will a 90-piece band with 89 Carol Sues. To Mr. Hopkins, we will an alarm that keeps time so he won 't have to sneak in the back door on Monday mornings. To Mrs. Kincaid, we will a senior P, E. class that doesn't write answers to her tough tests on their tennis shoes. To Mr. Kisellus, we will an automatic whistle so he can save his wind for cooling his coffee. To Mr. Lang, we will a guidance counselor. To Mrs. Moore, we will a convenience award for her ability to come to the rescue of TCHS when they need her most, no matter what the field is. To Mr. Shannon, we will his own personal truant officer so his time won 't be wasted by cross -examinations. To Mrs. Sommer, we will tractor weights for her V,W. to keep it on the road on slippery days. To Mrs. Sparrow, we will a pair of snowy -white wings to go with last year's halo. To Mr. Sprehe, we will a pumpkin proof house and a bottle of tranquilizers. To Mrs. Springer, we will an air bubble to protect her from cold germs. To Mr. Tyler, we will a lifetime supply of Tylic acid so he won 't have to "wait a while" for a new shipment. To Mr. Vedder, we will 356. With this he can send his baseball score book to Ripley 's Believe It or Not Museum. To Mr. Weinstein we will 2 6' 4"--38-25-38 cupie dolls--one blonde--the other brunette. To the Juniors, we will a lovers' lane for use during the noon hour. To the Sophomores, we will the freshmen class 's energy and spirit! To the Freshmen, we will the intelligence, maturity, and personality -plus of the fast talking, slow walking, good look- ing senior class. AS INDIVIDUALS WE WILL THE FOLLOWING: I, Mike Barnard, will my wrestling ability to Mr. Shannon. l, Lanny Beecham, will to Simon Wagenbach a gold church key, in hopes Harry's will never close down. I, John Birky, will a paper cutter and a green marking pencil to the back two rows of boys in the sixth hour chemistry class. I, Carol Burkey, will my ability to be heard but not seen to Susie Funk who is usually seen and not heard. I, Russell Clair, will to Mr. Bruell my scholarship to Souther Hawaiian Institute of Technology because I have been dis- qualified. I, Sharon Cook, will my quiet ways to Janice Watts in hopes that she will someday use them. I, Lynette Dietrich, will my half-electrocuted gold fish to next year's physics class for a project. I, Marsha Dorsey, will my sister, Kris, to the Salvation Army in hopes that they will save her. I, Mike Dorsey, will to Mr. Bruell a curl from my red hair. I, Tim Eliott, will my ability to, throw paper airplanes in chemistry and not get caught to Randy Reid. 1, Maizie Frank, will my ability to do a cartwheel to Mrs. Kincaid. I, Jan Frederick, will to Debbie Schmidgall the ability to stay out of trouble next yearg the opposite of what I did. l, Laina Greiner, will my ability to answer questions distinctly, clearly, and directly to Mr. Lang who delights in an- swering a question with "who knows?" I, Janice Herman, will my reserved parking place to whoever wants to lean how to parallel park. I, Stuart Horton, will 100 lbs. of my weight to Coach Vedder's football team, in hopes that it will push them on to win one game next year. Keith Keller, will a John Deere tractor to Roger Schweigert and an Oliver tractor to Duane Miller. Phyllis Kenney, will my ability to do my shorthand in A, P, class to next year's shorthand ll class in hopes that they don't get caught. Dan Lindahl, will my passport and my vaccination against smallpox to the graduation class of 1966 so they can come to see me any time. Al Lohnes, will my 318 Plymouth to Gary Haskett in hopes that he can cut any yellow 383 Charger. Jerry Mason, will my mementos, letters, and sweatshirts from Bradley University to Grimm Brother's Garbage Com- pany. Phyllis McHaney, will to the city of Tremont a signed check in hopes that they will use it to put up a STOP sign. at the corner of Elm and James. Russell Miller, will Mrs. Burk 4 more aerials for her ford Fuzz Wagon. Dennis Mitchell, will my ability to lie to Mr. Cluts so as not to get any demerits for chewing gum, to anyone who can keep a straight face. Jim Naffziger, will my ability to play the organ to Ed Schupbach. l'll never lose it, but he could use it. Larry Organ, being of unsound mind and body, will if she will. Sharon Parkhurst, will my nickname "Shag" to next year's guys who aren't out for baseball. Jane Pilederer, will to Debbie Miller my extremely worn, but seldom used A.P, book for her to read in her spare moments. John Shepherdson, will my golf ability to Mr. Kisellus so he has an excuse for putting around at Deerfield. Gaynelle Simmons, will the location of my house to Pam Naffziger. qRoads are easier to cross than pastures.J Rita Springer, will my pigtails to Mrs. Kincaid. Velma Steiner, will my ability to speak fast to John Renner. Diane Tiffan, will my natural blonde hair to Donna Grigsby. Beth Turton, will my ability to graduate to my sister, Tards, as she may not. Dianna Van Meter, will my ability to get along with "problem" teachers to my brother, Tom, who doesn't. Curt Waggoner, will my nickname "Bone" to Randy Reid in hopes that he will turn into one. Rodney Watts, will my dancing ability to Mrs. Kincaid. Linda West, will all the Hawaiian girls to the Tremont guys to lessen the temptation of "A" sailor. Jack West, will my nickname, "Deep Rock", to Jim Flanagan. Sharon Waremburg, will my shyness of the opposite sex to my sister, Diane. qShe needs itlj Larry Weeks, will the use of my driver 's license to Jim Riggenbach for the next three months. Bill Williams, will my "Lady Luck" sweatshirt to Mr. Bruell for when he goes to Peoria on business trips. Seniors Action QD saanbi It' s almost over. M , Watch it, Harry! Smile, C urt X Gene Becker Award Winner! 7 . Now if I can just get this il, A W f :fa ...ali ,V a Nice going, Rod I Maize Waiting. Ready? I Qur Exchange Student What has my year in America meant to me? What have I learned as a Senior at Tremont High School? ---- These are some of the questions which come to my mind now when there are onlya few weeks till graduation. As I look back it seems like the beautiful Septem- ber Sunday when I came to Tremont cou1dn't be eight months ago. How- ever, when you enjoy yourself, time goes always too fast. I have, as a student in high school, learned a lot of things from the different classes, which will be a very good help in my future life. In addition to the academic education, I think I have learned something even more valuable during my year here---how to live with other people and see how-much individuals are alike, although they live in different countries and speak different languages. There are many things during this school year which will have a special place in my memory. The welcoming I received, Homecoming, the basketball games--especially the Farmington and Morton games, the wrestling matches, and all other school activities. Another interesting side of school life has been the school spirit which I have admired since the first pep rally. As we approach the coming graduation, I look forward to that day with different feelings than most Seniors. To me, graduation means not only leaving school, but leaving behind many good friends, whom I have come to know during this short time. However, I will always remember the friendliness, thoughtfulness, and understanding I have been met with from the faculty, the student body--in fact, everyone in Tremont. fm QU ,aaaf cuff This Page Sponsored By JACK 8: BILL'S SPORTING GOODS Peoria, Illinois - . ...wt and at Home Ji 5 ll .t ..:: A ...ci fwwx yd Dan at School Dan has to study just like everyone else. Here he's shown in the library with Brian Smith, left, and John Birky beside him. In classes Dan taught us much about Sweden that we didn't know before. The George Renner family were Dan's American parents. Here Dan is shown with Mrs. Renner, seated at left, Mr. Renner, right, "brother" John, and "sister" Ann, standing. 'SN ,Z I, Vw , ,Ni 1:7 f 0 1 Tm 1, t t 'W 7' , V 3 Time out for a bit of brotherly advice. John Renner, Dan's American brother, answers a question for him. 2 5 .A ..- Juniors is . . J ' bm i? af ff J I Mike A. Susan A. ff ,,,, , li Q Jody B. Elise B. , . . Q LM J . 3 4 M if v w . , r l iw 7 ma fx H. 1 elll Q irr-5 x J ' pri Chuck D. Janet E. My .:,4 ,g f 'W J J: .3 24 Mike F. Susan F. H " f J ueeuu uueee A 1. Gene K. 26 Ellen K. .. J " Janice B. Bill B. f ,yW'fWf'nf n, , .fm 1, JJ. fi, A ' A J ' U Q I, . W Jn A I -.,:A 4'E 15.014451 A .. V Patti C. Ron C. W .. V.. 15 . , 1 Don F. JiH1F- ., Y' Donna G. David H. A.. M y 1 ., VZ ,M f H se, ww x 7 , my 1 , J I ,V Ken K . Mike K- Kris D. ,ff M yw .1 "" , - W , , 'V ,.,, A. Carole F. 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MW? 9 s, , ' 2 Bruce P. Ron R. vu. X K .xl I : 1. 5 - 'mf " 17 ax A 'YM ,. fo ' 3 3 1 I 111119 . 'hff 5,2 ' 1 M Dan S. Linda S. E4 V . :VA V , f 5? M. .. f 1 ,,ff Y if Simon W . 27 1 4 4 E? rm What's this? The SENIOR CLASS President, John Shep- erdson, breaking into the office safe .... and what's more .... secretary Rita Springer, treasurer, Sharon Parkhurst, and vice president, Lanny Beecham, are his accomplicesl ! Class Officers It looks as if president Roger Koch is being "hung-up" by his cabinet members---vice president, Tim Frank, secretary, Chuck Brunner, and treasurer, Helen Woren- er, ---the usual procedures after a FRESI-IMAN CLASS meeting. s 28 This Page Sponsored By MORTON SAVINGS Sz LOAN ASSOCIATION , mf ff, 4 Wx 11 Q 34 fi Z5 The SOPI-IOMORE CLASS officers relaxing?!? ! Perhaps after a strenuous class meeting president, AI Schwei- gert, vice president, Jim Martin, secretary, Marca Go- forth, and treasurer, Karen Birky, deserve a rest. The JUNIOR CLASS president, Chuck Mitchell, and his cabinet members--vice president, Ken Koch, secretary, Elise Brunner, and treasurer, Bruce Pilederer---are making reservations for the Prom Banquet. Oh Boy! ,WWW as gzcmsg sw 'ee WN we? 1 .F f . ,wr Richard B. .W ' Q X E R 'E i , .-...:, M 1,1 . is , X ref Rocky D. Marca G. Y . 5 2' ..,rf Sophomores W 'wx .. . K iii? .sr riff . R . if .fx P or 5 ei 4 if Karen B. Q r 'E ,XY ,. K Q R V ie .X ' Z 4. . W , . AIIEL f'igZ Jeff K. Jim M. N9 eb . Q ' ' B .Iii .Q ... ,, Mike F. . Qi rx , ie-D 5 A ...fr , r --ief 2 ,. ...Rs rrp. . 4. Steve G. Becky K. Pat B. Sherry G. h . .Q g sv' SQQO . Gary H. ii. . mx- A fu..-eq rr -f 1 ,E ...ir .,.Nw"" Q gil 'vw O Christy K. K1 f .fs Linda M. wwf: CTW' Debbie M. This Page Sponsored By TREMONT FLOOR Cgl TILE CO. Tremont, Illinois .K ,Q .q,,ggsa5 jvbfygga? Kkb ggi, f " 3 or. ,, sf rlrrerr Pam B. nz Z -is X wx U NP if N. 1:9 Q . .w r 1 N-. . 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Y' Str! gk A A XM, 9 I X Roma S . is Kathy W. ...W in S if J K 'Va' 1 :KV l g qfiii A S X vt' it ,...,.. . eeaa . , ...- - 'R ' P- ! 0... .eff L A ' Mike Y. Dan Z. Not at My i X. i . 1 . gf .R A, Bill P. 59" ff x :gl ,J-v ' j .X X Dean S . Mary Ann S . . - X ...H 5 S Q. X Xt W N . s A . ffl' QQ... it Q iw? AN' .law .ws David W. 4,,iQQx .iiel ij ' XX If Jim Z. Pictured: Peter Baer 31 . I, I .K X Ken A. g 5 A - K sg, z Bill G. 9. 4 F .I N X Dennie N. ,sv 32 Mike S. ...L INN -...-9. Rick B. Holly G. W ge ,fr - Q ' Qi .-'S S iglwl ,vw 3, -., .rswfsifs 4' wffceiwkkk RJ X faafflff ' .Y-,,z..1ssfis2i:' ff Judy P. unwise S, mf- 4 . jk ' -'Q 3. . Y ' I f G' j ...ny QS. ' -... . .1 k B... 3- A 'K Marlyse S. Freshmen r , ' K. 5 M' E. if ...sem I f Keith B. ' ff- ig fig' :-.if-f . K - 1-.2 .,k,, .gps , in S J "' Q gf 'i 3. .. B . A In .diy Henry H. F-. ...J "adv . . . M, -ws it Q m sn. Q22 W J: .2 D iese... 3.1. 1 -1 g.,gi:qgs. K, L - aiu- a Don P. x B. X X' .fy ...S K I K 'Q asf Q K r 5 ' Mary S. This Page Sponsored By BEN FRANKLIN STORE Morton, Illinois y' 'X' -as -Q - -fx' Chuck B. 1 . if ,, My frm 5 ,muff s QT Q x.. .55 Q. . ww . I S W-- ff f or Jim H. gk "" a m? Ken P. N "si . Jw f .. , y Dennis S . Richie B. fy.. .' , .33 Debby H. i We 44' i .2 f ls 4-fg -ni? if , Kay P. -.fr I . Rx 1? f Peggy S X, fs- , 5 M K Q K. if? A 3 P Y, f r s . tr gr 'af sisliir Trudy B. Wayne H. ww W' R' rw rw Q A! rg . ,, fx? ,gfayr as , Gail R. JI. z. X X 5 -V " 7 11, 74 2 f? xi 2' ,y , Steve B. rx, Zi . 2 1 if W 53", ,ju "'1 Karl H. if a it 1 K haf 4 - f , , 9, ...,, . W , IW H alll!! H1 21026 Jack R. . ' 32, 'Wh .ff 'W " , X 'ff-"'1 ' . w-To .. :fi S K WF!" .f'lii5"iQ rf was .ssziif Robert S . Sharon S. 2 JA .,,r Larry C. ,.. -""' L N I I . , Q - f . ::. "sy ff" 35 ::5. .. . 4' 5-f. . , . 2 5 W T K ' -ff: ,-1 1 fr ' 5 ai UU 'Nuff Terry H. I .gi Ev Q W' 'Xu 4, lg, M? y gg VV., 5 gf Q MF , Alan C. 'LIE Jerry K. 'R ' 21 Xia' . 5 -,. 'H f .A,, - ".,g, ,X I U . I' P5 9551 MAF yy T Vryh Ml I .V ' ' V K klvfffi , Leonard R. Earl R, S... 'aa' q"" 1, , - 5 , - , ' -,'L . Gary T. Tom V. Z X. f aff ,M- .mf 1 149, 5 . w it :Y 52' .. if . 122 i',f"'T' .4 ..-6' gr, 'K' 11 gg ,mgwggj . ' 4 1 F Q, 1 I ui + H I 1: ' ik W wwf gg 1 Www "'T X W - John C. ..,, - Len K. . Q. Q S' Howard S . , . ,V Q, fm-. of ', ,wr " 'Q A 'mm ' f, i , eff. ff' mf2+',1e ,, .Maw 'Q .fins 7-ws ,ur-21'-' r mggrr- , xv. aw, , ,, 5. 3- f.s1ew1f,1, .f-wygyw wr- 45.3 ,g,f:f:fy, tfswz I - ff vera Diane W. 3 93 4 or ii y 'G ' Fax ff 1 f Q N li :sf gbf4i415 'mfg F ,T . F U' arms xsfzlffmi 4 Linda D. 4, NT LL-k 5 Roger K. Marge S. 'QR 5. xx. . ,.. A ,- fd is. W' 3 ff EX Jan W. T f' xx , an W . s Q P XY s, .sf M S U' ".X , , 1 :HY Q' ' 1 1 , W. T, 351:-fa I ,ff ra- W , n lu , 1 fi! 'ff.u1lln:"ls Shirley D, Jerry E. Timm F. Betty F. ...es .. rf? L- J 1 NN ' N .,.: siiykiigkk i W :gk .K .... ra or A I m, If if T ff 5 X . ra' Lx jf Nancy L, Terry M. Duane M. Barb M. Y' , . v e. W W A F 'Qs , f' rx f x Roger S. Gerald S. Nanette S. Briafl 3- , -kfi L ' -, y . K F X ' E K Q1 Q 1'-, gow my L5 ' rw S r. ::' kr if XY!-1 . kk sig! W ww: K 'L x 3 1 S S it h. . , 1. A ' ...,. 5 fi S , 1 A or h 4 . Suzy W, Stephan W, Ronald W. Helen W. This Page Sponsored By NOT PICTURED Ann Stewart and Marlyn French TREMONT CO-OP GRAIN COMPANY Tremont, Illinois PCT XVI T16 '66 J' WORDS ARE BUT EMPTY THANKS. Acts V. Words are, indeed, but empty thanks when the time comes to express our appreciation to our advisor, Mrs. Springer. Throughout the year her strong support and gentle guidance has proved indispensable. Her patience with our many questions and mistakes has been tremendous. Her "free" periods have been everything but "free", and yet, not once did we hear a word of complaint from her. Because of the unselfish giving of her time and energy, this book was made possible. We hope it is one that will make her proud. At this time, all we can give are our sincere thanks. So, thank you, Mrs. Springer, for all you've done for the editors, the Echo Staff, and the entire Student Body. The Echo Staff BUSINESS MANAGER, John Birky, checks a point with JR. EDITOR, Chuck Mitchel, to see if he agrees. Echo Staff WE BOTH BE AT OUR WIT'S END! Psalms l 52 . . . and so we find the EDITORS, Marsha Dorsey and Phyllis McHaney, as the recall the past months of This Page Sponsored By CLIFTWOOD IN MORTON work. Rita Springer, our ARTIST, works on a page for the Echo pauses in thought as she l---. Amr . ft y ,M , ,, ...QQ l TYPISTS iinni V. . Connie S., Linda S., Sharon P. . Jane P. LAYOUT COMMITTEE Lynn U., Mike K. , T"' M Debbie T. GENERA L WORKERS ROW ONE Pam N Ellen K Beth O., Louise T., Debbie M., Sherry H. ROW TWO: Elise B Kris D Sharon C Gaynelle S. , Larry O. , Ron R. , Barb M. , Rod W. , Patty C. fl pn"""' l Turk ' ' Talk f gif? 41: gf ROW ONE: Judy P., Gail R., Beth O., Phyllis K., Pam N., Jack R., Don P. ROW TWO: Diane W., Janice W., Trudy B., Lynette D., Linda S., Kenny P., Ken A. ROW THREE: Holly G., Lynn U., Sherry H., Connie S., Patti C., Sharon C., Kris D. ROW FOUR: Steve W., Tom K., Richie B., Larry O. Staple 'em good! Pictured below are co-editors, Maizie Frank and Velma The press is rolling! Maizie F. and Velma S. Steiner, with their advisor, Mr. Glenn Weinstein. 'IW' lf. f 38 wa Sherry H. and Laina G. 4. lf' 4 fr are I -F ,Q V, ,, ,,,, , ,, .,., ,ho fit C , 2 6 "---0...-4' 'F' Student Council L.. in ROW ONE: Ron R., Treas.g Jane P., V. Pres. g Jerry M., Pres.g Sharon C., Sec. ROW TWO: Marlyse S. , John B. , Carol Sue B. , Donna P. . Ken A. , Rosemary N. , Elise B. , Mike F., Holly G., Mr. Bruell, Advisor. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY YA 'Z 7 Q ff! NX lg ij National Honor Society Q "'r'-S--m..,,,k MMM tis V sk Q --N-........,,,M..a...a.,.,w ,mv-"""NwNAW ""'----Q..,.,.,,,. Kiwi ,ad ROW ONE: Dan L., Jane P., Ron R., Treas.g Carol Sue B.. Sec.g Mike K., V. Pres Diane T.-, Pres. g Mr. Norwood. Advisor. ROW TWO: Carol S., Lynn U., Sharon W Lynette D., Elise B., Susan A. , Maizie F., Velma S., Gene K. , .Terry M., Chuck M Bill B. 39 'C SOPRANO I: Mazie F., Phyllis M., Linda S., Susan A., Carole F., Trudy B., Debbie T., Judy P., Ann S., Marca G., Sharon P., Roma S., Debby H. SOPRANO Il: Carol S., Ellen K., Diane W., Beth O., Peggy S., Lynette D., Sharon W., Phyllis K. ALTO: Diane T., Jan W., Holly G., Dorothy K., Josie R., Nancy R., Marge S., Helen W., Sherry H., Sharon C., Sharon S., Gaynelle S., MaryAnn S., Barb M., Linda M., RoseMary N., Kathy W., Gail R., Debbie S., Velma S. , Peggy S., Jane P. BASS: Ed S., Al U., John B., Chuck M. TENOR: Kenny A., Richie B. , Brian S. , Keith B., Kenny P., Henry H., Dean S. Mike Y. , Don P., Dank M. BARITONE: Bill P. , Dean O. NOT PICTURED: Alto: Laina G., Bass: Mike A. , Ken K., Steve W. Marge Schupbach Diane Tiffan Mixed Chorus Lynette Dietrich Our Accompanists -40 ROW ONE: Marj S., Sharon S., Marlyse S., Barb M., Peggy S., Gail R., Diane W., Peggy S., Ellen K., Carol S. ROW TWO: Sharon C., Diane T., Holly G., Gaynelle S., Jane P., Lynette D., Phyllis K., Sharon W., Debbie H., Marca G. ROW THREE: Donna H., Mary Ann S., Kathy W., Linda M., Rosie N., Linda S., Roma S., Carole F., Nancy R., Sherrie H., Beth O. Girls' Chorus ROW FOUR: Debbie S., Dorothy K., Judy P., Diane B., Josie R., Velma S., Phyllis M., Sharon P., Susan A., Maizie F. , Helen W., Debbie T. MR. CLUTS Boy s' Chorus This Page Sponsored By SPUDNUTS SHOP Pekin, Illinois DIRECT OR N SF:-1-haf' 5535- ROW ONE: Steve W., Henry H., Kenney P., Don P., Ken A. ROW TWO: Brian S., Ken K., Bill P., Dean O., Dean S., Richie B., Keith B. ROW THREE: Mike A., Chuck M., John B., Dank M., Al U., John S., Ed S., Mike Y. fm fr F5 5:3 . A A This Page Sponsored By FRANS' APPAREL Pekin, Illinois MR. ROBERT EVANS Director ROW ONE: Mary S., Debbie H., Ellen K., Susan A., Christie K., Mike W, ROW TWO Lynn U Diane T., ROW THREE: Debbie M., Rod W., Louise T., Jim N., Eddie S., Lynette D Chuck M Marlyse S., Linda M., Diana B., Donna G., Terry M., John S., Jack R., Mike Y., John S B111 P H., Jane P, Band MAJORET TES Jody B., Carol B., Donna X 'A A V 2, G W. r X . X i The High School Concert Band received a superior rating again this year. This was the third consecutive year a superior was given to the band in the contest room at State contests. The band took a trip on May 17 and played con- certs at Delavan and Forman High Schools, where it was well received. Our featured soloists Eddie Schupbach on trumpet, Mike Funk on alto sax, and Diane Tiffan added extra polish to the concerts. QA Ken Koch was absent for the above picture. The "Pep" Band played for half of the home bas- ketball games, and the full band played for the other home games. XV 3 .i 4 t Q., i ,z1 ,SE a, FARM ix Sherry G., Pat B., Phyllis K., Wayne H., Dale L., Marge S., Mike F., David H., Dean S., Jim H., Keith B., Carol B, ROW FOUR: Jody B., Tim E., Howard S., Roger K., Randy S., Kerry L., Dean O., Stuart John Philip Sousa win- ner, Diane Tiffan ROW ONE: Lynn U., Sherry G., MaryAnn S. , Debbie H. , Ellen K. ROW TWO: Phyllis K., Pat B., Debbie M., Rod W., Carol B., Kieth B., Mike F., Diane T. ROW THREE: Terry M., Jim N., Mike Y., Eddie S., Jack R., Lynette D., John S., Chuck M., David H., John S. , Bill P., Kerry L., Dean O., Tim E., Stuart H., Jane P. Pep Band This Page Sponsored By FOWLEPUS IGA FOODLINER Mackinaw, lllinois -43 Librarians --..- nw . 1 , J 0 X Elise B., Kris D., Linda S., Ellen K., Sharon S., Donna G., Jody B., Diane W., Beth O., Gail R., Tom K Dennis M. , Mrs. Springer, Advisor. ROW TWO: Mary S., Connie S., Donna P., Lynn U., Jack W., Larry O Donna G. 'X A A Jody B. and Kris D. UUUP swf, LIBRARIANS HARD AT WOR.K'?'7'7"?? lfiy ,,f --.., X' Ellen K. Donna P ,ful .a.f.X.T... Latin Club f is i 3 113132 Q , 2:22Z:v:2:f:f I fswfiffeiffif 9:21. mazrzrfs 1. ., 4.3.5.-f.f f,::,a,..., . .. . .-..-..-M-.svn g.33.2.35,1.R,, .515 at ,ir , ROW ONE: Alan C., Jim M., Jim Z., Brad S., Galen K., Richard S., Dean O., Ken A., Gary T., Ken P., Roger K., Chuck B., Howard S., Jack R., Tim F. ROW TWO: Nancy L., Peggy S. , Louise T. , Marge S. , Debbie M., Marlyse S. , Debbie H. , Holly G. , Helen W. , Debbie T., Pam B., Karen B. , Nancy R., Christie K., Becky K., Patti B., Barb M., Mike Y., Steve B., Terry H., Wayne H. Lincoln Volunteers The girls and guys pictured on the left make up the group known as the Lincoln Volunteers. These indi- viduals have gladly given up a few hours of their time to render a little love, kindness, and companionship to a mentally retarded person. Through their thoughtfulness, the lives of many The joy and love with which the Volunteers are greeted each time they visit these patients is an experience that they will not soon forget. Many times a tear glistened in a patient's eye as he bid the volunteers "good-bye" until the next time. Needless to say, the volunteers found their own eyes a bit moist, too, on more than one occasion. But the tears He., an of parting were soon forgotten in anticipation of the next visit. These Volunteers have found through their unself- ish work that it IS truly better to give than to receive. Congratulation, Volunteers, on a job well done! ROW ONE: Mrs. Beutel, Jody B., Kris D. , Donna G., Elise B., Debbie T., Sharon W. ROW TWO: Gaynelle S., Phyllis M., Ellen K., Pam N., Debbie S., Janice H. ROW THREE: Jane P. , Velma S., Marsha D., Lynn U., Lynette D., Phyllis K. ROW FOUR: Dan L., Dennis M. , Larry O. , Tim A5 E., Curt W. "forgotten" people have been made brighter and happier. FHA ROW ONE: Mary Ann S. , Diane B. , Ellen K. , Marge S. , Marlyse S. , Barb M. , Sharon S. , Diane W. , Jan W. ROW TWO: Pat B. , Roma S. , Karen B., Kay P. , Peggy S., Pam B., Sharon W., Phyllis K. ROW THREE: Trudy B. , Susan A. , Donna H. , Janet E., Pam N., Connie S., Linda S., Patti C., Donna G., Elise B. ROW FOUR: Judy P., Linda M. Nancy R. , Josie R. , Rose Mary N. , Beth O. , Kris D. , Carol F. , Sherry H. ROW FIVE: Phyllis M. , Marsha D. , Gail R. , Peggy S. , Nancy L. , Linda W. , Dianna V., Sharon P. , Sharon C. Officers LEFT TO RIGHT: Debbie S. , Jane P. , Gaynelle S., Rita S. , Marca G. , Carol Sue B., Laina G. , Lynette D. , Louise T. , Debbie M. , Beth T. Buetel. STANDING: President Diane Tiffan, Sponsor, Mrs. FHA Special Project . . . Lincoln Volunteers X T22 YOU WIN! Looks as if Dennis M. and Tim E. lose out. THE HELPING HAND Phyllis K. aids a friend. This Page Sponsored By STAFFORD'S DAIRY STORES Pekin, Illinois W M Hi M Q 3 is A X 7 Miz V xv f 1 X gf? ' ""' ff ,'l' M, A, . "2f" fs 'M If ,A VV , X . sg I ffil' ' in WHAT IS A FRIEND . . . Mrs. Beutel. ,Av gk if Hi: 'l MASITER OF CARDS--Larry Organ at work. 'W riff? I LOOKING THROUGH THE WISH BOOK Marsha D. , Chm. of Volunteers I A7 -Ah f OF QUTLTBE .T 1 ,f A - ch A T ' W W5 T Q 3 - Q Wmmww tk ROW ONE: Gail S., Tom S., Keith K., Galen K., John S., Mike A., Dan S., Mr. Cranfill, Advisor. ROW TWO: John G. , Steve G. , Rick B., Tom K. , Earl R., Brad S., Al L. ROW THREE: Kerry L., Bill P., Rich S. , Russell M. , Ron R. , Brian S., Dave S. ROW FOUR: Alan S., Roger S., Duane M., Stephen W., Jim W., Dean O. This Page Sponsored By A8 THE TAZEWELL COUNTY NATIONAL BANK OF DELAVAN Delavan, Illinois "tj FFA GRAIN JUDGING TEAM PIONEER CORN RAISING CONTEST - Section 12 Al Lo henes, firstg Rusell Miller, third X. f l lt pt -r,,,r. ff s W , Vi? .. J: ,tu M :Y H ff' , W f ,Q va FRESHMEN AG. CLASS Dave Schmidgall and Home Project Ron 81 Gail unpacking in Kansas City. X 'X ,,, , 1 4.5, .V Vyyy' I I 2+ nmnwmwmm, W, , 3 fffjt, yly, , ,wx an-W. 3 -A ,. it Dean O. and Suffolk Sheep Project 1-if A 255' F This Page Sponsored By RIPPER'S FLOWER SHOP Pekin, Illinois , , eff V , .3 - ,, F. 'whhffx 'fund K Ma t W, - ,N -.- , ,,, , S+, nf: , - fag ,, ,. W gi 14 01 6 Tlbhb N l' ' 1 . gb., 4' 0" uhfgb L u o A Gail S. and Ron R. looking at State Exhibits at the National FFA Convention . vi N ,iw r,iri . l 'b U Z ,xi 'S S F 4, ,MLM 5 I-jg fig 3-, ,, m ,S p W Q X ' , . , .W . ,A ' :P Lv W' Q 0 ' f f' xx ' f a ' g I Ai 7 n ,Y A' N My Q at w .f.:, yu MM, 3 N-rn Sherry H., Alan S., Gail R., Barb ROW ONE: Mrs. Sommer, Advisorg Jerry M., Debbie T., M., Dianna V. ROW TWO: Sharon C., Gaynelle S., Phyllis M., Marsha D., Jane P., Kris D., Lynn U., Pam N., Donna G., Elise B., Sherry G., Linda W. ROW THREE: Sharon W., Phyllis K., Lynette D., Beth O. , Linda M., Josie R., Diana B. , Mary S. ROW FOUR: Brian S., Mike Y., Debbie S., Donna H., Holly G., Pam B., Karen B., Sharon P., Rod W. ROW FIVE: John B., Mike W., Bill P., Henry H., Steve W., Jack R., Rich B., Keith B., Connie S., Patti C. ROW SIX: Larry O., Dennis M., John S., Carol B., Trudy B., Sharon S., Ian W., Marge S., Marlyse S., Diane W., Debby H. THE HAPPY JOURNEY by Thornton Wilder THE Ma Kirby ..... . . . .... Caroline Kirby. . Arthur Kirby . . Stage-Manager. . Elmer Kirby . . Beulah ...... Student Director . . Director .... Mrs. Sommer hard at work directing the play. This Page Sponsored By 50 BRUNNER BROTHERS Tremont, illinois . . . . . Ellen Koch . . .DebbyHaskett . . Steve Willoby . .JerryMason . . . Mike Koch . . . . Debbie Miller . .... LynnUnsicker Mrs. Philip Sommer King . .... . . ...... Chancellor . . Queen........ Princess Camilla. . . . . Drama Club UGLY DUC KLING by A. A, Milne . . . Rodney Watts . . . Bill Beutel . . ..... . .MarshaDorsey . . . . . . . . .HollyGrimm Dulcibella .... . . Sherry Getz, Sharon Sundstrom Prince ...... ........ M ike Williamson Carlo ........ . . . Jim Zimmerman Student Director . . ..... Debbie Tyler Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mrs. Philip Sommer V g.3g.335',::,::,: 1. Ooh Simon! .. UGLY DUCKLING CAST if In 4 if 'xt ,frin l . ,L xl 'K "Then I kiss your hand . . " "Trenton's 3 miles down the road. You can't miss it, lady, " x i V 1 , x , xy 5 -w si...,Maz, ,, f mm, ,f W 1.2 , . N ', '-".'f,-vain ' V. ,4,Ml.J 4-'A rv F . . ,M , L-M.'gy,v.v..,., Sakes alive. It's too nice a day for us all to be cryin! " HAPPY JOURNEY CURTAIN CALL 51 AA ROW ONE: Shirley D., Linda D. , Trudy B., Sharon S. , Marge S., Elise B., Rose Mary N., Jan W., Diane W., Marlyse S. ROW TWO: Mary S., Peggy S. , Kay P. , Ellen K., Susan A., Carol S., Debby H., Barb M., Becky K., Carol B. ROW THREE: Christy K. , Nancy R. , Sherry H., Debbie T. , Susan F. , Debbie S. , Dianna V. , Gaynelle S., Marcia G. , Sherry G. ROW FOUR: Holly G., Pat B., Helen W., Gail R., Judy P., Marsha D. , Phyllis K., Sharon W., Sharon P., Sharon C. G. A. A. OFFICERS --ROW ONE: V-Pres., Lynette D. 9 Pres. Jane P, 5 Sec., lxlaizie F.g Treas., Karen B. ROW TWO: Pt. Chm., Lynn U. g and Sports Chm., Velma S. This Page Sponsored By UNCLAIMED FREIGHT STORE Pekin, Illinois Strike three. You 're out. Off To Camp! Let's jump you guys! ,AO 7.5 ws LA? ...x:... f if ".g' V. 4 -. Club ROW ONE: Advisor, Mr. Kisellusg President, John Birkyg R. Rowell, J. Riggenbach. ROW TWO: L, Organ, L, Weeks, S. Greene, G. Haskett, B. West. ROW THREE: R. Koch, B. Pflederer, A. Lohnes, D. Lindahl, J. Renner, J. Reidner. ROW FOUR: R, Neville, D. Lind- enfelser, B. Beutel, J. Luick, G. Kepple, M. Yergler, K. Pflederer. ROW FIVE: J. Martin, J. Giffhorn, B. Strunk, M. Duffin, T. Kaiser, K. Koch, A. Unsicker, C. Mitchell. ROW SIX: E, Evans, D. Weeks, C. Downs, R. Stuber, G. Springer, E. Schupbach, L. Beecham, S. Risinger. ROW SEVEN: D, Mitchell, J. King, D. Zehr, R. Reid, J. Flannigan, S. Wagen hach, C. Brunner, M. Barnard, T. Frank. It helps to know that SOMEONE is there Lefg hear gr Cheer the boys can to help out if needed! hear! T Club Faculty Game The Great team itself in the huddle. Q P., Sharon S., Carol B., John B., Kay .S rf .E O v-. ai an S an U ul E I-Tl 3 'U O oc CD 'U L!-I -Pa C cu Q -C5 .vw EE 2.1 :J ibwii 'EE ,IE gh HE Em: ME-' dg cd firm 4-3 CD : :Am Av, cn v-I E 4:3 D-fm ,,x: .2 EQ 'U C3 14 I-1 UNECOM '91 DAN 8a BETH CURT 8: CAROL SUE KING JOHN 85 QUEEN MARSHA ROYAL COURT 'N A- + we " Vgfvgx, 44,. 'xg x '14 N f f 1.1 R FE- . -NJN., A , "f XX A ' A 'f ,gay VR 4255 ' 5. .I MIKE SHARON 8: I IM THE ENCHANTED FOREST . X na,-5 f- F 7 it hw-U t 1's"' -, .-,LL fft, .. A I 'A NAL . . be ,v Y Iggy 'A ,,, 40 , LLk -r . ig? fl 'fi' i , F if If ,Q-' 'f' sf L5i.4:i!,? 4' . . p W p FRES HMEN 2nd SOPHOMORE 4th 3 i , "' f s' :jg Mig- ,g t. . . A .Y 3. , QL' ' j Rf ' g This Page Sponsored By DIETRICI-I FURNITURE Morton, Illinois i S ENIOR lst -i - i s 9 1 .. H' F at . 4 I Homecoming weekend, 1966, started off with a BANG, Thursday night, Nov. 4, when Coach Vedder threw an effigy of a FARMER in the leaping blaze of the traditional bonfire. As the students chanted a haunting cheer, the Farmer burned and popped as the firecrackers sounded and the hungry tongues of fire consumed their Victim. The dancing shadows played on the expectant faces of the crowd as the suspense-filled moment came . . . the crowning of the king and queen. After the coronation was the snake dance through the streets, followed by cider and doughnuts, courtesy of the student council. Friday afternoon was the parade and the night brought the big game with the Farmington Farmers. Excitement filled the air as the game got under way. The fun-filled weekend climaxed with the annual dance in the cafeteria. This year the room was trans- posed into an Enchanted Forest. As always, it seemed to be the best homecoming yet. JUNIOR 3rd ..,. ,ffwkmx P 5, 'iisax 1 .I -3 57 A Walk in the Black Forest DQ KING AND QUEEN CANDIDATES Left to Phght Conn e S Donna G Donna P., Crown Bearer, John S. , Queen Debble Klng Bruce 64 65 Queen Rlta FQ 1 'Q '1 t t . K S Xmmm P S X Q . 23' f-.' . Y t l 1 Construction begins. Carol F., lim P., Pam N., and Patti C. begin the hard work of creating a land of fan- tasy. Who else but The Kings Men would play in a castle? Notice our own Mr. Evans playing the sax. Look happy Bruce! Bruce P. accepts his crown from Rita S. HUP 1 Jim F., Al U Susan F lma S and Steve R seem to think so Banquet was held at Beacon Buffet Varsity Cheerleaders Marsha Dorsey Sharon COOR Captain If . . S+ IAQQ 9. Gaynelle Simmons Kris Dorgey COIH116 SI61l'1b6Ck 1 101 'Kgs Q ve' .J ?'X gk egg Marlyse Sparrow Sherry Hinman Captain fi v f JV heerleaders .Vi . K J. Q Hxlgg 4, rr Ev' x 'v -U Rosie Neville S I vs .- r. X x ygnk S A' ' zzrfisl vrdisw 'W ww 3 3' Ian Wa ng Marge Schupbach Snaps Santa Lucia and her gang. Pizza Party???? ' I 11 ' V 1 4, , 1 Q, dxf SN ,L J wig sw f MEA if X 11 ff f if 4 1 -' x'f'1 L 42 IW! I A, f .ff 1 v W 4 I f X A 41 '76 ' 9 Z5 f Ffa I f 1 yi 1 "Duke's Girl" Oh! really? . .M if A 3, 1 ,5 A 1 l W f 5 3? 1 W ra mf fs 1 J r 5, ,J . S fu rw , fm Q1 Q xv 1 W 11 i Wggu 444 , 1 av 1 ' -. W' 'ff W V Oh my gosh! Hmmm, 'W 2 Hi, Si! A Royal Deal a little peach fuzz. Q26 1 Q5 X 1 1g, fri V 1 Z1 9 1 5 W if X4 .1 PZ' 3 f ,A 8 wen, Patti! H Two's a crew M8cM Chewin' the far! ! ?? U if 1 W' WAN ,wiiwwgvfwtwwwv H, Hm- Qi 3 M airs Qt af 2 fi S 1 2735-1 - ' 3? 5? RT5 '66 nf Football EVERYONE'S GONE TO THE MOON 3 x yy N,,,,i, 5. AW . . . C'MON GUYS! I'1' CAN'T BE THAT BAD! ROW ONE: Dennie N., Managerg Ron T., Randy R., Ed S., Richard B., B111 S., Bill B., Gary H. , Tom K. , Len K., Randy S.ROW THREE: Coach Sprehe, Assistant Coach, Torn S. , Jerry E., Brad S. za 72? , W , ig' ' s .A W, A T! ' fi' '7 0 ' Q l 1 X. NOW I.E'I"S GET DOWN TO EARTH GUYS COORDINATION STRIKES EVERY THREE SECONDS Terry H., Larry C., Manager. ROW TWO: Wayne H., Mike B., John L., Steve R., Chuck M., Rocky D., Bruce P., Ron R. , Jim R., Jim F., John B., Coach Vedder. This Page Sponsored By SAFARI LANES Morton, Illinois 'Mr . fn Zllw ' or . E? wvwm, fx is gi Q I A x . . SX' ji x I I 5 ,Q N a ,, . .5 ...- I " S93 I Us . Ns.. N .. ggi X ..... K 1' "" I 5:51 rrr A X 4 4 . I X.-S X I H .R Q --K fs 6 fx 65 Varsity Basketball im Rigbenbach Ron Neville Bruce Pflederer Brad btrunk 'mi L muy Beecham 5 M 5? , . , .543 if vh'. eeee bunon W aggeuba eh Y . .. . rf. ,Q ,..-. L .Q A. . SX ,,,,.,FQ, T, ,Q-we - 'N-M., K . ....,. - -,x John Luick 'lui i Gene Kepple T Junior Varsity Basketball Manager: Don P. KNEELING: Chuck B., Bill P., Jim M., Terry H., Jack R., Richie B., Richard B., Jerry K. STAND ING: Jerry E., Brad S., Howard S., Timm F., Dennis S., Wayne H., Earl R. , Leneord R. Jump! TURKS! Jump! This Page Sponsored By MAURER CASH 81 CARRY LUMBER Pekin, Illinois .-4 L M,,,,.a- 68 ROW ONE: Dave S., Gene K., AIU., Jack R. , Jim M., Gail S., Terry K. ROW TWO: Steve G. , Dennie N., Dennis S. , Don P., Ken P., Dan Z., Lanny B. , Keith B. ROW THREE: Jerry K., Richie B., Earl R., Tim F., Howard S., Coach Kisellus. .Jf...i.. Cross Countr Miyigs. Watch out for old rusty nails, boys! This Page Sponsored By FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MORTON Morton, Illinois J , , Baseball wg ,L - M. l J .Q I ROW ONE: John B., Mike F. , Bob S. , Jack R. , Gene K. , Chuck B. ROW TWO: Len R., Brian S. , Bruce P. , Larry O Timm F. , John L. , Mike B. , Coach Vedder. Th Q A " Senior Baseball , . .. '- ' Players 2 2 5 Larry Organ Mike Barnard John Birky J aa' if rein. ,L 70 Wrestling . . ...ww mm .s?a.1I'- . .fi S li- i T , 2 .R M . 5 E. S 4, Q, or B 51, fm-wfx ' LI. K XX.. 53 'fx r f 17 ff? - . .k N . FV I f XX. X 3 B 5 'V O 5. f g.-' it ff .r 1 MX I Argi W V. f . .f . r . . Q ' wg r . 1. If Q I X . RW X NJ? 1 xi ROW ONE: Mike B., Randy S., Rocky D., Tom K., Dan Z., Ken K., Steve G., Roger K. ROW TWO: Coach Kisellus, Mike Y., Bill B., Ron R., Dan L., John G., Jim F., Steve R., Keith B., Bill W., Dennie N. - N K N ...HN A K ' ' 'L ix.- . . . ..,.....r....ww,,,w.WW an , l B l X. .,.,,. mmm., The "Atlas" Men, Ron R. and Ken K. This Page Sponsored By BOB GRIM CHEVROLET Morton, Illinois pn "Mighty" Roger K. and John G. J' .M-QW N 7l 72 ROW ONE: Ron R., John R., Ron N., Steve R., A1 U. , Bill B. , John L., Mike F., Jack R. ROW TWO: Earl R., Dan L., Dale L., Dennis S., Timm F., Jerry K., Ken P. , Dan Z. , Don P., Howard S., Bruce P. , Chuck D., Keith B., Coach KiS61ll1S. Jump! Ron, jump! Ron N. tries to break a record in broad jumping. Heave Ho! ! Si W. heaves the discus while Coach Vedder fl looks on. , E I certainly hope that ground's soft! Brad S. shows his ability to high jump. Keep it up Dennis! Dennis S. jumps ahead by a fraction. And they're off Steve R. is in this line-up. Come on Ron! Ron N. leads the race in this shot Go! Al, Go!! A1 U. fights for the lead. 73 An These Are CDUR Coaches COACH SPREHE COACH VEDDER Sport Snaps i I COACHES A--GO- -GO! CVer11, Glen, Rich and Leuj See that rim. .... Put it ill! Crossing the Bar . . . . and God willing, we will win. S GO TURKS GO! You'te even for now, Stevens but we know you'1l win. S orts ' P m Quit pickin' on the little fella! Action --Wt ew I'n1 wearing my Red Ball Jets! Statistics show that one out of every four ....... Backstab! I Monkeys Am t All of the t m the Zoo! Gee, I wish I had a toot- sie roll pop! You wanta take MY picture? Huh, huh, do ya? You dirty rat! 4. . 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