Trenton High School - Echo Yearbook (Trenton, IL)

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LX- Q . , L X A . rw x X m-c -n n -:gm may-any J"".s, Y A 1 Cf- - L fi LA' 111 K ' 5 ,Z A f . Qsfn 4 1 I ' 2 , Y ' N 'MF Ifrdf-g:f5?1Q,.fFg . ' ' - ,w I , Q Q .ig . .1-:yr ' X' my A J1fC3?:1 ' 92-"ff " gi. A 'fi ' , V It-1.-A':'. .' "- zvlt, - ---:v V B-: ' "Ju, .. V . :g TRENTON, ILLINOIS WE C H 0" OUR ALMA MATER T. C. H. S. These Ambitious Seniors THE STAFFS The Trentonian, which is the school paper, and the "Echo" which is the school annual are both published by the Senior Class. Much hard work has been done to see to it that each of the pro- jects is a success, but it is enjoyed by all of the class. TIIv1E OUT FOR PICTURE TAKING. Editor ..... Co-Editor ,,,,,, Art Editor ....... High School News . Grade School News Feature Editors . . . Boys' Sports .... Girls' Sports .... Scalper News . . . Band and Ads . . . Mimeographers . . . Sponsors . . . Editor ...... Co-Editor .... Art Editor ....... High School News . Grade School News Feature Editors . . Boys' Sports . . . Girls' Sports . . . Scalper News . . . Band and Ads . . . Mimeographers. . . Sponsors . . . Editor ,,,, Undergraduate s. . . Athletics .,,,,, Photographer , , Band ......... G. A. A. . . . . Dedication ..,,,, Facu1ty.......... Managing Editors, , , School Fun ,,,, , Trentonian Staff FIRST SEMESTER a Q . . . . . . Susan Dodson . . . Anita Fochtmann . . . . Russell Henss . . . . Marvin Wehrle . . . . .Richard Schmitt . . . . . . . . Lois Trippel Mary Clare Dermody . .....Art Trippel Mary Ellen Kaufmann ..... .Terry Winkler Bob Schoene . . Elaine Heuberger . . . . . . Jim Zeisset Marilene Kunz Jim Spihlman Miss Jones Mis s Stir itz Trentonian Staff SECOND SEMESTER ...anno-canvas--0... --- Q-nuna u ,.Ff'1f?, Swff.. 3 . . . Richard Schmitt . . . .Iim Spihlman . . . .Susan Dodson . . .Bob Schoene . . . Russell Henss . . . Marilene Kunz Jim Zeisset . . . . Marvin Wehrle . . . Anita Fochtmann . . Elaine Heuberger Art Trippel . . . . . . Jerry Winkler Mary Ellen Kaufmann Mary Clare Dermody Lois Trippel ..........Miss Jones Mi's's Slt'ir'iitz. .........J'imZeisset Art Trippel Mary Ellen Kaufmann . . . Anita Fochtmann Marilene Kunz . , . Marvin Wehrle . . . . . . . Susan Dodson . . . . . . Jerry Winkler Mary Clare Dermody . . . . . . . .Tim Spihlman . . . . Richard Schmitt . . . Elaine Heuberger Bob Schoene . . . . Lois Trippel Russell Henss This Annual Is Dedicated To: We, the Seniors of '52 wish to dedicate this yearbook to Miss Bettie Jones for her ability and patience in teach ing and also for her unfailing loyalty in taking part in school activitie s. 5 swarms cram 1 ' Members of The Board of Education District Number 70 George Vanilfger . . . . . . President H. A. Eisenmeyer . . . . . .Secretary Orville Hoyt Paul Brefeld Richard Ha rpstrite The Senior Class of 1952 wishes to devote this page to the members of the Board of Education in gratitude for the ir efforts in helping us gain an education. Men like these are required to make T. C. H. S. what it is We are indebted to them and express our thanks. 7 F acult M155 BETTE JONES MR. WILLIAM M. REDDEN Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Pershing. Illinois Southeast Missouri State College. West Frankfort, Illinois. B. S. in Education. Murray College. Two years at Trenton, Illinois. one Year at Tl'eIlf0n, Illinois. MR. WILSON C. DORRIES Breese, Illinois. McKendree College, A. B. Carbondale Teacfhers' College. George Peabody College for Teachers. M. A. Nine years at Trenton, Illinois. MR. GEORGE I-I. BARTON MISS MARY C. STIRITZ O'Fallon, Illinois. Godfrey, Illinois. Lieber Conservatory of Music, B. M. St. Louis University, A. B. Vandercook School of Music. sf- Louis University, M. A. Washington University. One year at Trenton, Illinois Interlocken Music Camp. St. Louis University. Fifteen years at Trenton, Illinois. 8 M,,,.....,...-...,,NX ,w"" v ,,,.,..,-I V fr V RV, H V f g,,X M-'ds' 'divx E T SUSAN DODSON G. A. A. . . Dramatics Trentonian , , , , Echo ....... Minstrel .... Pep Club .......... Basketball Captain Skating Club ..... Freshman Play , , , Sophomore Play . . Land Hockey ..... Glee Club ..... Senior Play . . . ...4 ....l,3,4. I. ...4. ...4. ...3. , ,,,4, RUSS HENSS l Basketball .......... l,2,3,4. H U1, Band ........ .... I ,Z,3. . . . 1. Band Officer . . .... . 2.3. .. 2. Class Officer ........ l,2,3,4. ,, Z, Track ................... I. , . . 4, "Don't Dax-ken My Door". . l. ,, 4, "Desperate Ambrose".... Z. Minstrel ........... .. 3. Trentonian . . . . . . 4. Echo ........ ...4. Glee Club .... . . . 4. Baseball .... ...l. Senior Play.... .. 4. l RICHARD SCHMITT Trentonian. . ............. 4. Echo....... .. Class Officers ....3,4. Senior ELAINE HEUBERGEIR G. A. A. ....... . Student Council .... ...... I , Class President... ,,, 4 Echo ............ .. ...4. Trentonian ...... .... .... . 4 . .. . . l,2,3,4. "Here Comes Charlie" ,,.. l, Minstrel ........ .... . ..3. Class Reporter ..... ...3. JIM SPYHLMAN Basketball Captain Z.- Band """ Senior Play ,,,,,, , 4- Band Officer .... Basketball . . . . . . Track ...... - - Baseball ...... . . Class Officer... .. l MAR ILENE KUNZ. Minstrel ..... Senior Play . . . Trentonian . . . Echo .... . . . Class Officer. ......... .. 4. G. A.A. Trentonian. . . Echo . ....... Senior Play . . . 10 l.Z,3,4. ...4. ..4. .TERRY W INKLER Basketballu.. ....... l. Speech Club .... .......l.Z. Football ..... . . l,Z. Baseball .... . . .4. Band ............ . . . 4. Class President .... .. 4. Student Council . . . . 4. Trentonian ...,.. . . . 4. Echo ........ . . . 4. Senior Play .... . . .4. Glee Club . . . . . 4. Class ANITA FOCHTMANN G.A.A. ........... . l,Z,3,4. G, A. A. Officer .......... 3. Class Officer . . . . Minstrel . . ..... Trentonian . . . Echo ....... Senior Play .... ..... ...l,3. ...3. ...4. ...4. ...4. Basketball Captain . . . . . .4. Bowling Captain . . . ...4. Bowling President . . . . . . .4. 1 MARY KAUFMANN G.A.A. Officer.......... 3. G.A.A....... ...... l,Z,3,4. Basketball Captain. . . . . . 2,4 Trentonian , Echo ....... Minstrel . . . Band . ........ . Band Officer . . . Senior Play ,,.. ...l. I. ...4. Basketball .......... Baseball .... . . . . . . Class Officer. . . . Trentonian. . . Echo ....... Minstrel ..... Senior Play .... Band ....... .TANIES ZEISSET l.Z.3. l,Z,3, MARVIN WEHRLE Band ......... Band Officer. . . Basketball . . . Baseball .. . Track........ Class Officer . . Minstrel ....... Senior Play .... Trentonian . . . Echo ..... ......l. ......l, 2 Z 2 2 . ....1 Class President . . . . . . l . ...l,Z LOIS TRIPPEL Class Officer ........... l,Z. Band ......... . . .l,Z,4. Band Officer... ..... .. Z. G. A. A. ............ 1,Z,3,4. Trentonian ............... 4. "Here Comes Charlie" .... 1 Minstrel.... 3 Echo ............ . ...4 Pep Club .... .. .4. Senior Play... 4, MARY CLARE DERMODY G. A. A .............. l.2,3,4 G. A. A. Officer ......... 2,3 Basketball Captain ...... 3,4 Glee Club ..... 4 Band ........... . . . 1,Z,3 Band Officer .... .... Z ,3 Trentonian ....... . . 4 Bowling Captain .... . . 3 Echo ............ . . . 4. Pep Club .... . . 4. Senior Play . . . . . . 4. BOB SCHOENE Ba nd .............. Band Officer... . , Basketball . . . . , Baseball ....... Class Officer. ...., ,. 1,z,3 . 2,3 l,Z,3 ..1,z 1,2,3 Track ............... .... "Desperate Ambrose Minstrel ...... ..... Trentonian ,,,,,,,, Echo ....... Glee Club. . . . Senior Play. . . ART TR IPPEL Class Officer . . . . . . Band........ Baseball ..... Cornet Solo .... Cornet Trio . . . Minstrel .... Echo,...... Trentonian . . . Band Contest . . Glee Club .... Band Officer ..... . Senior Play ......... Basketball Lffanager. . . . .l.Z,3 1.2.3 l,Z,3 ...Z,3 . 2,3 ..Z,3., 1,2 ,3, r History On September l, 1940, thirteen little tots gathered together in Roorrf one soon after nine o'clock. Our teacher was Miss Edna Kraemer. With the exceptions of Elaine Heuberger and Clarence Bartness, those who were in the class were: Mary Ellen Kaufmann, Anita Fochtmann, Russell Henss, Marilene Kunz, Richard Schmitt, Robert Schoene, Arthur Trippel, Lois Ann Trippel, Marvin Wehrle, Bob Weir, Gary Dashney, Bob Foster, Thelma Meddows, and Louis Boxrud, the latter two being enrolled in January. Louis Boxrud left us in May of 1941. ln the second grade Elaine Heuberger and Clarence Bartness joined us. The next year being our third we went into Mrs. Wilma Schoene's room. There Dale Cook joined us in September and left in March to at- tend school in Michigan. The fourth grade was hard but we found extra time to make an Arabian movie and also one of Eskimo people. Gary Dashney moved to St. Louis that year. In grade five, we had Miss Alice Buehler for our teacher. Bob Foster moved to Collinsville at the end of the term, and Clarence Bartness moved to Korea. In the sixth grade Sally Niles joined us. That year we put on the play "Taffy Ann". In May Sally Niles moved to Waupaca, Wisconsin and Bob Weir moved to Richmond Heights. ln grade seven, Miss Lucille Ginzel was our teacher, whom we all enjoyed having as our teacher. In January, Thelma Meddows left and moved to O'Fallon. In grade eight, we had a hard time learning science. Bob Weir joined us in December. During the year Arthur Trippel rounded out his second perfect 100's in the County Spelling Contest, and Elaine Heuberger placed fourth in the County Conservation Scrapbook Conte st. With a hard working crew which consists of the following, we set sail into ,high school: .Elaine Heuberger, Marilene Kunz, Mary Ellen Kaufmann Anita Fochtmann, Lois Ann Trippel, Bob Schoene,'Russell Henss, Bob Weir, Marvin Wehrle, Arthur Trippel, and Richard Schmitt. Here we were joined by James Ziesset, Jim Spihlman, Mary Clare Dermody and Bill Crepps. We certainly had fun being initiated that year. Miss Hannah Giese, Mrs. Leona Lovell, Mr. George Zarcoff and Mr. Dorries were our teachers. In our Junior year we worked hard on the Junior -Senior Banquet and Prom. This was the first year we were allowed to have a prom. Miss Bette Ruth Jones who was our sponsor helped us make it a success. Miss Hannah Giese, Miss Bette Jones, Mr. Donald Wehrle, and Mr. Dorries were our teachers. Bill Crepps quit school in January. In our Senior year which we have now concluded, we had the honor of being the upper-classmen. Thanks to the teachers whom we have men- tioned above and also to Mr. Dorries who was our principal and also the underclassmen, it was through them we enjoyed our high school days. 12 IVLARY CLARE D. 5 Av Hx ff W 5 Q If 4 af fs 'bf 1 K ig? .1 . 34 M ,QQ I L: 1,355 ' Q Qgj , lf M4 i t 1 'Wi' vig, ,,. 'Q' X Q -3.3, ' 4'Tf,,:3a , 'f , EQ.. 4 231+ 75, X, ft , f if sg 1 1, X 4. wk . if 5 'C - 'X 'ef' ,I A M 5 , Foretelling The Future of The Class of '52 Would you like to see what ten years had done for the class of 1952? Do you remember one of our be st students, Arthur Trippel, who al- ways was a friendly chap? Well, he is the coach at Washington Univers- ity. Then comes our dear little bundle of laughter, Lois Trippel. She has now become Mrs. Donald Kline and has a daughter. They are living in Lebanon, Illinois. Then we come to another married woman, Anita Fogchtmann, known to all as "Buttie". She is now Mrs. James Zeisset. James Zeisset owns his own greenhouse which is the biggest in the United States. Now we come to our greatest basketball player, Mar-yin Wghilf, known to all as "Bum", He travels and is known all over the world as the most famous basketball player. Susan Dodson who always wrote different articles for us, now owns her own newspaper which is called "The Dodson Journal". She now lives in Chicago. Robert Schoene who is well known as "Jake", is now Captain Schoene in the United States Army. You should hear some of his war winning stories. Next we come to Russell Henss who was the Jolson in our class. He is the most famous singer in the world. People pay as much as five cents for his autograph. Marilene Kunz, known as "Rosa", is the private secretary to the Governor of Illinois. She is engaged to one of the leading politicians. James Spihlman is now one of the grestest contractors of the United States. He is married to the daughter of the Governor of New York and has three children. Richard Schmitt, known as "Cuddles", is the Vice-President of the United States. He always knew a lot about politics. Jerry Winkler, known as "Tute", owns his own Confectionery in New York. lbelieve he has ten beautiful women as his employees. As you know he was always popular with the women. Elaine Heuberger is now in the United States Waves and is stationed at Alaska. She was always crazy about the service. 14 Mary Clare Dermodx is now a Registered Nurse and is employed in St. Louis. She was always trying to find something wrong with everyone. Last but not least, we have Mary Ellen Kaufmann who is married to an Admiral and is living in Hawaii. She was always interested in going overseas. SENIOR PLAY The Senior play, "Constable .Terry from Fulton's Ferry" by Nate Foster Holmes, was presented in April in the Trenton Public School Gymnasium. A nice crowd attended and the play was well accepted by everyone. The following is a synopsis of the characters and the story: THE PLAYERS Jerry Winkle---the constable of Fulton's Ferry .... . . . Jerry Winkler Mr. Mort Flint--the storekeeper ........ ....... ..... . J' im Ziesset Mrs. Bond---the postmistress . . .... Anita Fochtmann Henry Tilton--the charity case .... . . . Marvin Wehrle Alf Perkins---the barber ........ . . . Bob Schoene Earl Jarvis---the bridge expert . . . . . Jim Spihlman Mason---the chauffeur ........ .... A rt Trippel Eddie Bond---the widow's son . . . ....... Russell Henss June Bradshaw---the new clerk . . . ........... Susan Dodson Kit Carter---the visitor ......... . . . Mary Clare Dermody Mrs. Shelly---the chief uplifter ........... ........ M arilene Kunz Mrs. Harvey---the assistant chief uplifter ...... Mary Ellen Kaufmann Millie---the Shelly off-spring ............ ......... L ois Trippel THE STORY Eddie Bond returns to Fulton's Ferry from college to find the en- tire town excited about the placing of a new bridge which is to take the place of a worn-out ferry boat. His mother, a widow and the village postmistress, owns one storeroom which would make a valuable corner if the end of the bridge came out on one street. Mort Flint, the town mortgage holder and manager of the general store, with the aid of his henchman, Alf Perkins, a male gossip and insinuating trouble breeder, tricks Mrs. Bond into selling her property for far less than it will be worth. However, .Terry Winkle, the constable, and a true -blue friend of Mrs. Bond, finds out about the deal, and with the help of I-Ienry Tilton's brother from the city---a "bridge" expert who does not reveal that it is teeth he knows about and not steel bridges --get Mort to give up his purchase. The property returns to Mrs. Bond, the bridge goes in at the right street, Eddie meets the right girl, the village Uplift Society, who have meddled in the affair, are shown up in their true colors, and all ends happily. '15 Last Will and Testament of The Class of '52 We, the Senior Class of Trenton High School, in the State of Illinois, be ing of sound mind and body, do make, publish and declare this, our last will and testament, hereby revoking and nullifying any and all for- mer wills and testaments or writings in the nature thereof, by use at any time heretofore made on the twenty-seventh day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-two. We, the Senior Class, bequeath to: The School: A good basketball team. The Juniors! Our good behavior in the typing room. The Sophomores: Our ability to always agree on things. The Freshmen: Our ability to make the most of what we have. I, "Bum" Wehrle, bequeath my basketball ability to my friend "Bowl" Erwin, I, Art Trippel, bequeath my band talent to Ronald Schubert. I, Richard "Cuddles" Schmitt, bequeath my typing ability to Ron Lawrence. I, "Jake" Schoene, bequeath my basketball ability to Dick Hammel. I, Jerry Winkler, bequeath some of my excess weight to Bernard Hilmes. I, Jim Spihlman, bequeath my basketball ability to my brother Paul Spihlman. I, Russ Henss, bequeath my voice to Paul Dilley. I, Jim Zeisset, bequeath some of my height to Dick Bassler, so he can become Trenton's future basketball star. I, "But'cie" Fochtmann, bequeath my small feet to Carol Trippel. I, Susan Dcflson, bequeath some of my temper to Mary Ellen Collins, so she will look lively. I, Elaine Heuberger, bequeath about eight inches of my height to Marilyn Rapp. I, L0is Trippel, bequeath my laugh to Karen Wendell. I, Mary Clare Dermody, bequeath my shorthand ability to Sally Ritzheimer. I, Mary Fllen Kaufmann, bequeath my ability to type to Bette Dierkes. I, Marilene "Rosa" Kunz, bequeath my ability to play softball to Carol Burkhart. In Witness Whereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names and af- fixed our fingerprints, this twenty-seventh day of May in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-two. Senior Class of '52 16 Class Poem In the class of '52 The students' gifts are far from few, So at this time I'd like to tell The thing at which each one excels. Always laughing, always merry, lt's no other than fun-loving Jerry. .Take was voted the best looking guy-- That profile of his really catches your eye. Richard has a winning way-- That's what you'll hear his classmates say. Jim Zeisset has intelligence plus! He will never be forgotten by us. Good in music, everyone knows, Art will have friends wherever he goes. In basketball our "Burn's" a star: In the field of sports he's sure to go far. Whether it's singing or selling a car, Russell Henss is up to par. Jim Spihlman is quite an athletic lad: He's one of the best we have ever had. Mary Ellen is full of fire: She'll go on forever and never tire. Mary Clare is always active, A charming girl and very attractive. Anita has a world of ambition And a very nice disposition. Elaine's jokes are the kind that are funny: She's a girl who's really "a honey". Lois Trippel is always teasing, But her personality is pleasing. Marilene is gay and happy: She makes things fun and keeps' the snappy ffl Susan is an all-around gal: She's sure to be most anyone's pal. 17 .n-v-...why--uv-nenaynwl-1.-nf-v--1-w ...,...-.Y -1--5 -j,L,,,..,1J "K- ?f 2 lt- l ,l A X X W X J mx s E4 A '- . X Ks .., -V Q A 'af X X 24" X X Zvr x "7 +.. if -?,,.,.... The Juniors-Cock and Confident K K Dennis Feldt Robert Buehler 9- W 'Se wi Pn- '5" Merch Billy Crepps Bette Dierkes Ronald Lawrence Isabel Kunz Marilyn Tenney Phyllis Wehrle 525 1 - 25 -1 - . -' A ' 1922 f 5 fire. Jew -ai: ---- , , 22:'fag1iQ ' 1w::gf'WBEzz ' 'Sims ,ag '- Av-S - E ' . .. -- 3 4 ,,,: ,.,.,. -5:-5555,- ,egggfwm wan. X 'QT ,f2:'f,. ,,.. ' f- .- one M.. IQ' any Y or .... .5 16 9 a bps , 10 N 92 we Barbara Comstock 1 9 President . . . . . . Vice -President Secretary . . . . . Treasurer, , , , , , Cla ss Reporter Student Council Sponsor........ President ...... Vice -President . Secretary ..... . Treasurer .... Class Reporter Student Council Sponsor....... Junior Class History FIRST SENIESTER o .ouon4noan.uu.-non -an-on ..- ..- .sn Q Q.. SECOND SEMESTER no ouaooo n s .nun so a Q Bette Dierkes Sally Ritzhe imer . .Phyllis Wehrle Ronald Lawrence . Berney Hilmes . . . .Billy Crepps . . . .Miss Jones . . Phyllis Wehne . Lois Sappington . . . Billy Crepps . . . Bette Dierkes . . . .Dennis Feldt . . . Isabel Kunz . . . .Miss .Tones ln September, 1949, twelve Freshmen started the ir careers at Trenton Community High School. After they had been initiated they were accepted by the other students. During the year they were given and gave several hayrides, wiener roasts, and school parties. ln September, 1950, fourteen entered as Sophomores. They had gained three new' members since the year before, Bernard Hilmes, Bette Dierkes, and Thelma Meddows, but about the middle of the year they lost two, Robert Koch and Thelma Meddows. The Sophomores gave a hayride for the Freshmen and a hamburger fry for the Seniors. In September, 1951, thirteen Juniors entered high school. They had gained William Crepps as a class member. In the middle of the year they lost Barbara Comstock, who moved to Salem, Illinois. To make money for the Junior -Senior Banquet, they gave a chili supper, sold Christmas cards, had a cake and pie sale, and a Home Talent Show. Z0 qu. The Sophomores-Active and Ambitious ,,,. fa -, ,.,. 1 . ..... , - Q:j3:,Ei::2F" ..., " '25 f 4 k .:, .:,'... ::,a' :'- :Q Q .' -:. 4. - , A ' - .,, if .W H 43 '-5 ..., :.- mf . 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Dick Hammel President... . ..... .. Vice -President .... . . . Eddie Koch Secretary .,.,,, . . . Paul Spihlman Treasurer . . i . . . Ardel Fix Class Reporter . . . . . Carol Trippel Student Council . . . . . Mona Dorries Sponsor ..... . . . . . . . . ........... . . . Mr. Redden On that glorious day in September, 1950, twelve green Freshies be- gan their studies .in Trenton Community High School. They were soon initiated by the re st of the high school. In the middle of the year a new member, Mary Ellen Collins, joined the class and increased its num- ber to thirteen. The next year they returned as Sophomores accustomed to the ways of high school. They gave the new Freshmen a hayride which was en- joyed by everyone. The thirteen members of this Sophomore class hope to become Iuniors next year. I ZZ ,fe my , Arfwqwgwi G I 4 ee HH fg?li is Q L W, Z N ,J WN W WU 2, TZ U 2 is wr :W A X H I, ,I 'g. :, .. nggwfg 5 353,56 4, ., : ,hh -, A , - '- -:cf , E. ld Z Q Z 53- U S M.. 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Karen Wendell Student Council . . . . . Jerry Kohlbrecher Sponsor . . . . ........... . . . . . . ....... . . .Miss Stiritz. On September 4, 1951, fifteen Freshies started their high school career at Trenton Community High School. After a short time they be- gan to know in which rooms their classes were held. They dreaded in- itation which didn't turn out too bad after all. During the Christmas holidays Gerald Lugenbuhl was seriously injured on his farm near Trenton. He was unable to finish his year of school. At the beginning of the second semester Eddie Heather from Keysport joined the Freshman Class. Z4 Glee Club For the first time in a number of years at Trenton High School, a Glee Club was organized. It was started and is under the instruction and supervision of the language teacher, Miss Mary Stiritz. The Glee Club assembles every Monday and Wednesday in the Band Room. New books were purchased by the school for the use of the Glee Club. 'This singing group consists of thirty members, di- vided into soprano and alto groups. They have sung at tertainments during this past year. Miss Stiritz and the Glee Club are to be congratu- lated for the good work they are doing, and we hope it MISS MARY STIR ITZ. several P. T, A. Meetings, band concerts, and other en- will continue in the future years at Trenton High School. ROW lt ROW Z ROW 3: Band Left to Right - Richard Erwin, Judy Dressel, Kenneth Kraske, Patrick Bassler, Allan Bruce Hammel, Susan Brefeldt, Douglas Glanzer, Carol Brefeldt, Charles Buehler, Suellen Thurman, Margie Peters, Cynthia Pfeiffer, Carolyn Bassler, .Tune Bassler, and Drum Major Lois Sappington. Twirler, Ruth Wendell, Kenneth Erwin, Lily Sue Bopp, Frank Huffman, Phyllis Wehrle Marilyn Tenny, Jo Ann Daniels, Sandra Harpstrite, Ardel Fix, Loisann Trippel, Carol Trippel, Marilyn Rapp, Patsy Hazelhorst, Marlene Thuenemann, Lois Iean Ring, Mary Ann Atwood, Arthur Trippel, Clark Barnes. and Natalie Io Huffman. Barbara Lee, Dick Bassler, David Bassler, Billy Schubert, Carol Burkhart, Ronald Schubert, Marvin V"ehrle, Jerry V'inkler, Grace Balke, Dick Hammel, Edward Koch, Robert Schoene, Mona Dorries, and Karen Wendell. The Twirlers in the front are Sandra Achenbach, and Donna Lee Trippel. Our Director is Mr. George Barton. Bassler, Band News Cornet Trio 1. Arthur Trippel 2.. Mona Dorries 3. Dick Bassler Alto Saxophone Sol-.0 1. Lois Sappington Z. Lois Trippel Horn S olo 1. Karen Wendell Baton Solo fTwirlingl 1. Ruth Wendell Snare Drum Solo 1. Allan Bassler 2. Sandra Flatturn Drum Maj or --- Lois Sappington Majorette and Instructor --- Ruth Wendell Advanced Twirlers --- 1. Donna Trippel 2. Sandra Achenbach 3. Betty Wilson Beginners --- 1. Cheryl Barnes Z. Pamela Pahlman 3. Mary Herstein 4, Diana Davis 5. Linda Flattum FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS OF President.. .... .. Vice -President . . . Secretary . . . . . . Treasurer.......... Uniform Committee --- 1. Marvin Wehrle Z, Jo Ann ,Daniels 3. Sandra Harpstrite Librarians --- 1. Edward Koch 2. Karen Wendell 3. Bob Schoene SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS OF President ........ Vice -President . . . Secretary ......... . ............ . Treasurer .......... ................... Uniform Committee --- 1. Karen Wendell Z. Phyllis Wehrle 3. .Terry Winkler Z8 Saxophone Quartet Lois Sappington Lois Trippel 3. Ardell Fix Dick Harnmel 1. Z. 4. AltcLC1a1-inet Solo 1. Phyllis Wehrle Piano Solo 1. Ruth Wendell Cornet Solo 1. Arthur Trippel Z. Dick Bassler 1951-52 . . . . . .Phyllis Wehrle . . ..... Ardell Fix . . . Mona Dorries . . . Dick Hammel 1951-52 . Dick Hammel . . Marvin Wehrle Ardell Fix Edward Koch Librarians --- 1. .To Ann Daniels Z. Arthur Trippel 3. Richard Bassler This year our band played at two basketball games. We played for New Baden, November 13, 1951, and for Troy, February ZZ, 1952. The band would have played at more games but the majority of the boys are basketball players in grade or high school. In the afternoon of December 20, 1951, the band gave a short con- cert. March 4, 1952, it gave another concert. This year the P. T. A. was organized and is having the band as its project. Mr. Barton, in behalf of the band and its members, wishes to express his appreciation for all that the P. T. A. has done for the band. Z9 ARE MUMPS CONTAGIOUS? ? SENIOR KING AND QUEEN Christmas Part MERRY CHRISTMAS POPULARITY WINNERS 30 KK ?? Inside Information KING J im Spihlman Popularity Contest ATTENDANTS OF THE THRONE Junior Boy ......... Bob Buehler Sophomore Boy ........ Ed Koch Freshman Boy ........... Jerry Kohlbre che r Senior Girl Most Likely To Succeed . . . Senior Boy Most Likely To Succeed Most Intelligent Most inte lligent Girl............. Boy ......... . . Girl V' ith The Prettiest Mouth .... Boy With The Prettiest Mouth . . . BestGir1Athlete............. Be st Boy Athlete ........... . . . Girl V' ith The Boy With The Girl With The Boy With The Girl With The Boy With The Be st-Looking Be st-Looking Girl V' ith The Boy With The Girl V' ith The Boy With The Best Personality. . . Best Personality . . . Prettiest Hair .... Prettiest Hair .... Prettiest Eyes . . . Prettie st Eyes . . . Girl Boy ............ Prettiest Smile . . . Prettiest Smile . . . Best Voice .... Best Voice. . . Junior Girl. . . . QUEEN Susan Dodson Bette Dierkes Sophomore Girl .... Mona Dorries F1-eshmanGirl..,....... .un .nn .een .To Ann Daniels . . Susan Dodson . Marvin Wehrle . Lois Sappington . . Jerry Winkler Sally Ritzhe imer . . Russell Henss . . . . Isabel Kunz . Marvin Wehrle . .Phyllis Wehrle . . . . Art Trippel . Sally R itzhe imer . . Russell Henss . . . . Bette Dierkes . . . Dennis Feldt . Mary Dermody . . . .Bob Schoene . .Jo Ann Daniels . . . Clarence Gruender Sandra I-larpstrite . . . . . Russell Henss Best Dressed Girl ....... Best Dressed Boy ......... Girl With The Best Figure . . . Best Physique . . . Boy With The Best Girl Musician ........... Best Boy Musician ............... Girl With The Best Sense Of Humor Boy With The Best Sense Of Humor SmoothestSemor................. Jollie st Junior .................. Sillie st Sophomore. . ..... Greene st Freshman. . ..... . Most Courteous Most Courteous Most Courteous Most Courte ous Freshman . . . Sophomore .... Junior ..... Senior .... . . . . Bette Dierkes . . . Jerry Winkler . . . Susan Dodson . . . . . Jim Spihlman . . . Lois Sappington . . . . . . Art Trippel Darlene Schmitt . . . . . . Paul Dilley . . . .Jerry Winkler . . . . Don Crepps , , . . , ,Buddy Spies . . . . . . . Paul Dilley . . . Gerald Lugenbuhl . . . . . Mona Dorries . . . Lois Sappington A ..... Art Trippel 57 ', ,' ' r f ,Zh-Six 'T , gd ' A .. ...-. MSL' W ,w,h,,,,f, 1-A 4 5v-.4,,m.-.-.......-- , if L VI px. . . 7 416' Girls' Athletic Association BACK ROWS Carol Trippel, Phyllis Vehrle, Bette Dierkes, Karen Wendell, Mona Dorries Carol Burkhardt, Darlene Schmitt, Lois Sappington, Ardel Fix. MIDDLE ROW? Isabel Kunz, Nlarilyn Rapp, Marlene Tlxuenernann, I0 Ann Daniels, Mary Ellen Collins, Sally Ritzheimer, Sandra Harpstrite, Mary Ann Atwood. FRONT ROWS Lois Trippel, Anita Fochtmann, Marilene Kunz, Mary Dermody, Elaine Heuberger, Mary Ellen Kaufmann, Susan Dodson, MISS BETTIE JONES G. A. A. Day by Day Activities President...... . Vice -President Secretary . . . . . . Treasurer . . . Sponsor . . . . Go Ao Ao FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER President...... .......... . ...... V ice -Pre s ident Secretary . , , , , , Treasurer . . . Sponsor , , . , . .Phyllis Wehrle Sally Ritzhe imer . . Bette Dierkes . Marilyn Tenney . . . . .Miss Jones . . . . . . Bette Dierkes . Phyllis Wehrle i. . Darlene Schmitt Sally Ritzheirner . . . . . Miss Jones The G. A. A. or Girls' Athletic Association is an organization to help all girls belonging to take an interest in all recreational activities, and to show co-operation and good sportsmanship. The activities in which the G. A. A. members take part are: soft- ball, basketball, Ping -pong, volleyball, badminton, tennis, archery, and a wide range of other healthful and invigorating activities. The G. A. A. also took several breakfast hikes earlier in the fall. They were usually made around the city within the vicinity of two or three miles. Monthly meetings are held in the high school for this group, with a committee serving refreshments, and providing the entertainment. For certain holidays like Christmas and Valentine's Day, special parties are held in the Band Room which is decorated to suit the holiday. The G. A. A. is run on a point basis, for which each activity is ac- credited a certain number of points for creditsl. When the required amount of credits is reached, with a definite total of points for each specified activity, the creditholders may rece ive the award equal to the points held. There are four awards, one for each year. The annual health examination which is required for membership includes an examination of the heart, eyes, teeth, and ears. When this examination is completed, and the certificate shows the approval of a doctor the girl is allowed to partake in any of the required activities ' mentioned above. 37 That's Our Team "A" TEAM BACK ROW: Bob Schoene, Paul Spihlman, Jim Spihlmani Marvin Wehrle, Russell Henss Coach Redden. A FRONT ROW: Arthur Trippel, Manager, Edward Koch, Bernard Hilmes, Richard Hammel Clarence Gruender, Ronald Lawrence. 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Breese went on to win the championship. M. B. C. Tourney Trenton was opposed by Worden in the first round of the M. B. C. Tournament which was played in Highland. Worden defeated the Tigers by the score of 60-41. Troy defeated Highland for the championship. District Tourney Trenton played host to St. Mary's of Carlyle in the first game of the District Tournament. in this game Trenton was defeated by the score of 64-48. Breese and Patoka battled it out for the championship. 41 JIM SPIHLMAN. . BUM WEHRLE . . . . . . RUSS HENSS . . . JAKE SCHOENE . PAUL SPIHLMAN . . . . . . BOB DODSON . . . ED KOCH . . . DICKHANIIVIEL... RON LAWRENCE DON CREPPS ...... . . .u ...- BERNEY HU:-.MES . . . . . . . ROY BRYSON.'.... ... DICK BASSLER.. RICHARD QBOWLI ERWIN. . . . . . ED HEATI-IER. . . JERRY KOHLBRECHER. . . . . . . . ART TRIPPEL .... . . . .Basketball Squad A Senior, was a very good rebounder the past year: therefore, he will be missed greatly by the squad of next year. A Senior this year played guard through- out his high school career. He was high point man for the past two years. Played on the "A" part of the year. He will be missed by the squad in the future. Also a Senior, played guard and forward and will be missed by the next year's players. A tall Sophomore, who has improved greatly during the past year, will be back for two more years. A Sophomore, started on the "B" team the past year. He will be backfofftwo more years in which to land a starting berth on the "A" team. A Sophomore, during the past year, saw service on the "A" and "B" team. He has two more years to prove his ability. A heavy Sophomore, who was injured most of the season, will be back for two more years. A Junior boy, has one more year to play. Has proved to be a good player since he came out, late in the season. He will be a Senior next year. Played on the "Af' and "B" team. He has one more year to play. Played his first year on the "B" team. He has two more years to play. Only a Freshman, has three more years to prove his ability. Played on the "B" the past year. He has three big years to play. Just arrived from Carlyle to play in a couple of "B" team games. He will be back for three more years. A Freshman, played on the "B" team the past year. He will be back for three more years. - ' Our four year man, the manager who served us greatlygfor the past four years, will be missed greatly by the future teams. 42 nv' Allli l..-Q ni? Fr. .. , , E W5 Ot-X Qfgg lr W , ,ui ,M -fn S ruff "" SQ - , -4 ,M J I Q fix. V' '7 , , X55 1 be 1 - Q fy. fhzfiigi L,,,., ,r :fg4VIlg , DW W x F , im.. '53 if M W gm My -"I z v Q 5 2 .2 , H .. N 3 ye li Aw A - Q' . My E H? H f i . E ,QM fe M , 455. gi if ,E H gil fig 'Y , , i ig ir V ' ,nn Q ' :QEQQLEEQQQFLZ iff -N-My , R N 11HW4g , x3P 3,ggQi1Eg3gWw,gw9gz wvfggiaiiltsiyffa' ":E2'I, fi. am? M if -' W qw:-,wmfi , UW, , X, . N 0 "4'W"'WHW' ' . ' - fW.MV,,,,,W,fS?5l? 1953?"5.fl5f3W3'zi2Qg2a?T:?2'ffF:',EE',g.iff. 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